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“University of Healthology”
(UH)

Health Career Opportunities
(Non-Residential Internet Self Study Course Based on “Healthology”)

You can Become an Expert in Health and Nutrition in Less Than a Year. Or you can do it at your own speed, time and pace. Become a Health Consultant or a Health Coach! Degree education is optional, you can just learn for your own benefit and be Super Healthy and avoid diseases! 

At every stage of your studies commensurate with your attainments, you’ll receive
certificates and degrees in Health and Nutritional Science which are as follows:

1. After 34 lessons –  Certificate of proficiency in Nutritional Science. TEST #6
2. After 59 lessons –  Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Science. TEST #11
3. After 83 lessons Master of Science in Nutritional Science. TEST #15
4. After 106 lessons Doctor of Philosophy in Nutritional Science. TEST #20
5. After internship for six months Doctor of Philosophy in Health Science

Doctoral students will be engaged in advanced purposeful study. All Doctoral condidates will be required to pass a comprehensive written or oral (our choice) examination designed by UH to verify that the student has acquired the knowledge and expertise to become a Doctor of Philosophy in Health and Nutritional Science.

Is The Health and Nutritional Regimen of The University of Healthology Scientific?

One of the fortification around which the University of Healthology training will resolve is that of nutrition –scientific nutrition if you please.  Nutrition involves the materials, processes, and events that form a coalition to nourish the body.  Food is not nutrition.  It is a vital component of nutrition.

While proper nutrition is the essence around which the University of Healthology spends much of its efforts, nutrition as such involves but a fraction of the curriculum.  This is so because the science of nutrition is extremely simple–because it can be mastered by anyone in a matter of hours!

We content that all diets are unscientific except those that meet this fundamental criterion:  the diet that meets our needs and is fully in accord with our biological adaptation is scientific.

Most diets of today are commercially inspired to serve the meat, dairy, and cereal industries.  The truth is that not one of these industries furnish us with a single food to which we are physiologically suited.

From your training with the University of Healthology, you’ll be grounded solidly in scientific nutrition–what it involves and how its conditions can eaily be established.  Moreover, you’ll be the first beneficiary of this learning.

How does the University of Healthology Differ From Other Healing arts?

The question bears the very essence of misconception relating to healing.  There is no such thing as a healing art.  All healing is resident in the living organism.  Nothing other than the healthful conditions that are biologically required are favorable to the healing process.

All “remedies” can only succeed in interfering with healing.  Organisms heal despite the multitude of “therapies” administered.  The treatments used get credit for cure when, in fact, they did not help at all or even slowed down the healing process.

Over 90% of Americans are burdene with one or more chronic ailments, an attest to the so called “effectiveness” of our “healing arts.”  The University of Healthology position is that health is normal and natural and will be present if healthful living practices are observed.

Disease and suffering are abnormal, unnatural, and unnecessary.  Disease must be caused and does not happen as a matter of course, chance, or bad luck.  Disease is not couse by bacteria, germs, or viruses!  Rather, it is caused by incorrect habits of living and disobeying the Laws of Life.

Healthology professionals guide clients to the elimination of the causes of disease and to healthful practices.  These steps return all to the highest possible level of health.

University Information A New way of Learning

Unfortunately most Americans today are robot thinkers.  This is to say They’re not thinkers at all.  When faced with challenges, (problems) they do practically everything but get right down to the real labor of solving them by reflection and logical thinking.  They’re likely to rely on “authorities,”  “authoritative references or sources” or whatever they’re told in response to their questions.

The thrust of the University of Healthology will be to train you to question everything through deliberative procedures and to think things out in logical steps. We teach you that, in certain areas, most people are wrong about most things most of the time. This is especially true in the field of health.

Ignorance and misconceptions predominate in the health field.  This is unfortunate, for attaining health is really simple. Even the animals of fields and forests master health without deliberate thinking.  While we teach you the profundities of our sophisticated science, wealso teach you to always keep in mind the utter simplicity of it all.

Our biggest task is in de-programming you of all the medical misconceptions that have been imbedded in your intellectual structure.  Once you’ve learned our techniques in questioning and reflection, you’ll sense where the truth lies immediately and you’ll be able to understand and explain it quickly and easily.

The mastery of this new way of learning will be gradually as you saturate yourself with the knowledge we teach.  You’ll see the techniques evidenced many times as instructions turn misconceptions upside down and, in true Socratic fashion, ask a few devastating but enlightening questions.

In a word, we will teach you to rely upon more creative thinking than upon rote learning.  What you usually learn by rote is useless, for it can be retrieved from reference books. The ability to think, however, is priceless!

Unique Teaching Methods: Each published lessons you’ll receive is presented thoroughly among the following lesson sections:

1) Rational – the big idea pertaining to the lesson and material presented.
2) Objective of this lesson
3) Key Concepts
4) Salient Facts
5) Definitions
6) Outline of the Lesson
7) Presentation of the Lesson
8) Questions Relating to the Lesson
9) Summary of the Lesson
10) Supplementary Text material
11) Worksheets

Some lessons will contain tables and statistics for study and references purpose.  Pertinent texts will be referred to when needed.

Then you’ll be led into the lesson material. Total pages of lesson and text material will vary from twelve to forty 81/2 X 11″ typeset pages.  Where revelant, case histories will be cited and documantation presented.  In addition, articles by great health educators will often appear as part of the text material.

Periodically, you’ll recieve a written test.  You’ll complete and resturn your test to us for grading and assessment.  Your rating will be entered in our gradebook and your test will be returned to you bearing your grading marks.  When warranted, we will offer constructive criticism and commentary with suggestions.

Costs of the Health and Nutritional Course
There is a one time Initiation fee of $1000.00 and Each lesson costs $100.00 plus $10 shipping and handling. Each test costs $75.00. Tests are optional, but “Mandatory” if you are studying for a degree.

Admission Policy
University of Healthology accepts all applicants for training in Health Scince.  It discriminates against no one for any reason.  However, the awards of degrees are made to those who achieve a C average or better.

Refund Policy
After the first lesson should you wish to withdraw from further lessons, the University of Healthology will refund your one time tuition initiation fee in full providing you return all the material in good condition.

Lesson 1

“Introduction to Healthology as a Way of life”. The purpose of this lesson is to introduce you to the philosophy, principles and practices of “Healthology” and to the course.

The primary concept of “Healthology” is that health is normal and natural. And, further, that perfect health results from observing in practices the causes of health.

This suggests that disease is abnormal, unnatural and, therefore unnecessary.

Upon completion of this lesson you would know:

  1. Why health is normal and natural:
  2. Why the science of “Healthology” and healthful living is to be found in the study of nature rather than in laboratories research and that, there too, the bases for healthful living are frequently confirmed:
  3. The fundamental essentials that build and maintain health:
  4. The basic causes of disease and suffering:
  5. That all healing is self healing:
  6. How “Healthology” holds individuals prerogatives in high regard:
  7. That the word “cure” and “medicine” convey meanings that simply do not exist in nature:
  8. The boundless possibilities for human happiness and progress if we again observe the mandate and dictates of our pristine legacy.

Rating Student Achievement
You’ll undertake a study of Health and Nutritional Science in order to master its concepts and practices.  This will enable you to gain the confidence and know how to apply it successfully on a professional basis.  The University of Healthology wants to be effective in its goal of bringing radiant health to America’s suffering millions through capable and competent professional –practitioners of a true health system a system that is, in fact, a Universal Remedy for it always works.

You be continually monitored and tested to determine your progress and to discover how well you are assimilating and understanding the philosophy, principles, and practices which is based on “Natural Hygiene.”  You’ll have your grade sheets returned to you.  We enter your grades in your portfolio.  You must achieve a C average to qualify for the diplomas awarded at various levels of this course.

 

PROGRAM OUTLINE
There are seven levels to the
“Super Health” program and you need to qualify for each level.

Each level is optional but, before you can move to the next
level you will be tested to make sure you know the material.

 

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INTRODUCTION to the Course

 

 

PART I: THE FOUNDATIONS OF LIFE

Lesson 1 – Introduction to HEALTHOLOGY as a way of life
Lesson 2 – The nature and purpose of disease

Lesson 3 – Introducing the HEALTHOLOGY System for perfect health, Part 1

Lesson 4 – Program for perfect health,
Part II:
The essentials of life

Lesson 5 – Introduction to Nutritional Science

Lesson 6 – The immense wisdom and providence of the body

 

TEST ONE covering Lessons 1 – 6 (Optional)

 

PART II: THE NUTRITIONAL BASES OF LIFE

Lesson 7 – Carbohydrates: fuel for the human body

Lesson 8 – Proteins in the diet

Lesson 9 – Vitamins: the metabolic wizard of life pro­cesses

Lesson 10 – The role of minerals in human nutrition

Lesson 11 – Fats in the diet

Lesson 12 – The role of acid and alkaline substances within the body

 

 

TEST TWO covering Lessons 7 -12  (Optional)

 

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PART III: NON-DIETARY FACTORS IN NUTRITION

Lesson 13 – Air, sunshine, and light essential to health

Lesson 14 – Water transports nutrients to all the body cells

Lesson 15 – The roles of rest and sleep in supplying body needs

Lesson 16 – Nutrition, mind and the emotions

Lesson 17 – Exercise and its beneficent role in nutrition and digestion

Lesson 18 – Ascertaining the human dietetic character, Part 1

 

 

 

TEST THREE covering lessons 13 -18  (Optional) 

 

 

PART IV: HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY AND ANATOMY AND OUR DIETARY NATURE

Lesson 19 – Ascertaining the human dietary character, Part II

Lesson 20 – The physiology of digestion

Lesson 21 – Symptoms during dietary transition

Lesson 22 – The principles of digestive physiology

 

TEST FOUR covering lessons 19 – 22 (Optional)

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PART V: PROPER HANDLING, SERVING AND EATING OF FOODS

Lesson 23 – Application of food combining principles

Lesson 24 – Selection and storage of most wholesome foods, Part I

Lesson 25 – Selection and storage of most wholesome foods, Part II

Lesson 26 – Preparing and serving foods for best nourish­ment, Section One

Lesson 27 – Preparing and serving foods for best nourish­ment, Section Two

Lesson 28 – The elixir of life: an exploration of food conditions, body conditions and eating conditions that cause ecstatic health and long life

 

TEST FIVE covering Lessons 23 – 28

 

PART VI: FOODS NOT SUITED TO THE HUMAN DIET

Lesson 29 – Why condiments should not be included in the diet

Lesson 30 – Sugars and other sweeteners may be worse than bad

Lesson 31 – Refined and processed foods are hazardous to your health

Lesson 32 – Why we should not eat meat

Lesson 33 – Why we should not eat animals in any form

Lesson 34 – The harmfulness of beverages in the diet

 

TEST SIX covering Lessons 29 – 34

 

 

PART VII: WHAT’S WRONG WITH JUNK FOODS

Lesson 35 – Junk foods, a case study of molasses

Lesson 36 – Junk foods, a case study of garlic and onions

Lesson 37 – Fermented and putrefied foods in the diet; studies of other junk foods

Lesson 38 – Sociological benefits and economic ramifica­tions of the avoidance of junk foods

 

TEST SEVEN covering lessons 35 – 38 (Optional)

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PART VIII: HARMFUL PRACTICES TO AVOID

Lesson 39 – Food supplements

Lesson 40 – The dangers of drug medication: over-the-­counter and prescription drugs

Lesson 41 – Thanks for not smoking

Lesson 42 – Why herbs should not be used

Lesson 43 – Cooking our food

Lesson 44 – Overeating, fasting fanaticism and diet fanaticism

 

TEST EIGHT covering Lessons 39 – 44

 

PART IX: FASTING

Lesson 45 – Introducing to fasting

Lesson 46 – When to employ fasting: determining who should fast: how long and how often

Lesson 47 – How to preside over a fast

Lesson 48 – How to break a fast; after the fast

TEST NINE covering Lessons 45 – 48

PART X: ECOLOGICAL FACTORS AND THEIR ROLE IN NUTRITION

Lesson 49 – The organic garden: avoiding commercially produced foods – why?

Lesson 50 – The pluses in orcharding; how to get started

Lesson 52 – Chemicals in our air

Lesson 53 – Solar energy and your health

Lesson 54 – Weather and our well-being

TEST TEN covering Lessons 49 – 54

PART Xl: HEALTHY INFANTS AND CHILDREN

Lesson 55 – Prenatal care for better infant and maternal health and less painful childbirth

Lesson 56 – Normal feeding of infants; feeding babies under normal conditions until weaning age

Lesson 57 – Weaning the infant; feeding children

Lesson 58 – Fasting children during disease

Lesson 59 – Teaching children about healthful living

TEST ELEVEN covering Lessons 55 – 59 (Optional)

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PART XII: HEALTHOLOGY – A BETTER WAY OF LIVING

Lesson 60 – Self-sufficiency and Healthology

Lesson 61 – Nutrition and the skin

Lesson 62 – Healthy eyes and teeth

Lesson 63 – Nutrition and the hair

Lesson 64 – Stress management: the Healthology Scientific approach

TEST TWELVE covering Lessons 60 – 64

PART XIII: “CURING” AND MEDICAL CONCEPTS

Lesson 65 – The are no cures

Lesson 66 – Contagion, epidemics

Lesson 67 – How to practically withstand· hospitalization with the least harm: what treatments to accept, reject

Lesson 68 – First aid and Healthology

Lesson 69 – Nutritional approach to overcoming addictions

TEST THIRTEEN covering Lessons 65 – 69

PART XIV: COMMON ILLNESSES AND DISEASES AND HOW HEALTHOLOGY LIVING CAN HELP

Lesson 70 – Colds, flu’s, upper respiratory ailments

Lesson 71 – Allergies, hay fever and, other Chronic diseases

Lesson 72 – Rheumatic diseases

Lesson 73 – Sugar and carbohydrate metabolism disease

Lesson 74 – Diseases relating. to the heart and circulatory system

Lesson 75 – Cancers, tumors

Lesson 76 – Ulcers

Lesson 77 – Gastrointestinal diseases

Lesson 78 – Reproductive problems of men and women

 

TEST FOURTEEN covering Lessons 70 -78 (Optional)

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PART XV: SOCIAL RAMIFICATIONS OF HYGIENIC LIVING

Lesson 79 – THE LAWS OF LIFE

Lesson 80 – Adjustment to Hygienic living within the family

Lesson 81 – Socializing and Healthology
Lesson 82 – The adolescent and healthful living

Lessons 83 – Senior citizens living hygienically

TEST FIFTEEN covering Lessons 80 – 83

PART XVI: GETTING TO KNOW OTHER DIETARY SCHOOLS

Lesson 84 – The basic four diets

Lesson 85 – The dangers of a high-protein diet

Lesson 86 – The supplement approach to nutrition

Lesson 87 – Chiropractic, Homeopathy and Osteopathy

Lesson 88 – The vegetarian diet

Lesson 89 – Introducing clients to the need for a lifestyle change

TEST SIXTEEN covering Lessons 84 – 89

PART XVII: TEACHING HEALTH-BUILDING PRACTICES

Lesson 90 – Psychology and practical aspects involved in making a change in lifestyle

Lesson 91 – Methods for inducing a lifestyle change

Lesson 92 – Planning a transition to better living

Lesson 93 -Teaching your clients about fasting

TEST SEVENTEEN covering Lessons 90 – 93 (Optional)

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PART XVIII: EXERCISE AND ITS ROLE IN HEALTHFUL LIVING

Lesson 94 – Exercise and children

Lesson 95 – Exercise in sickness and recuperation

Lesson 96 – Corrective exercises and their application

Lesson 97 – Devising a lifestyle that includes vigorous activity

Lesson 98 – Exercise programs for the healthy

TEST EIGHTEEN covering Lessons 94 – 98 (Optional)

PART XIX: TAKING CHARGE OF OUR DESTINY

Lesson 99 – Restructuring .the way we. produce our food,

Part I                                     

Lesson 100 – Restructuring the way we produce our. foods ­Part II

Lesson 101 – The human possibility: harmonizing society culture and Lifestyle to save, our planet

TEST NINETEEN covering Lessons 99 – 101 (Optional)

PART XX: CLIENT RELATIONSHIPS

Lessons 102 – The initial interview with clients

Lessons 103 – The health practitioner and his legal responsibilities

Lessons 104 -Developing and administering a health and nutritional counseling service

Lesson 105 – Inspiring and motivating the client

Lesson 106 – Methods for generating clients,

TEST TWENTY covering Lessons 102 -106 (FINAL TEST) (Optional)




 

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Dr. Laurence Galant