Definitions

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  • n. The science of nutrition.
  • n. A nutritional approach that advocates specific combinations of foods as central to good health and weight loss.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The branch of science which deals specially with the nutrition of the body.

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Examples

  • Breaking one or two rules of trophology at any given meal is bad enough, but the Great American Meal breaks at least six.

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  • In other words, Jehovah instructed Moses in the rules of trophology, telling him to teach his people to eat their proteins and carbohydrates at separate meals.

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  • Using your imagination and your knowledge of trophology, it is easy to construct compatible, digestible, nutritious meals that are very pleasing to the palate.

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  • Modern medical training in the West, especially in America, is notoriously deficient in nutritional science, although there are a few enlightened nutritional scientists in America and Europe today who, despite sneers from their peers in the medical establishment, are making great medical strides through the science of trophology.

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  • Owing to ignorance of trophology and basic nutrition, fresh fruits have been unfairly accused of all sorts of culinary crimes.

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  • Having selected ingredients for a meal according to Rule 1, combine and consume them according to the natural laws of trophology - the science of food combining.

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  • The same foods that cause allergic reactions when improperly combined often have no ill side-effects whatsoever when consumed according to the rules of trophology.

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  • Even though the traditional Chinese diet relies heavily on rice, a closer look at Chinese eating habits shows that, up until the mid-twentieth century, the rice was consumed according to the rules of trophology.

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  • In plain English, the Yin and Yang of diet boils down to ‘trophology’, a term which you and no doubt your doctor have probably never heard before.

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  • Even fast-foods need not offend the rules of trophology and enzyme nutrition.

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