With an expanded introduction by Viktoras Kulvinskas, this new, enlarged edition of the classic book contains over 400 references to scientific literature that contributed to the formulation of Dr. Howell's revolutionary "food enzyme concept." The second edition incorporated an interview of the author by Viktoras Kulvinskas.
There is also an extensive new foreword by Viktoras Kulvinskas that has been added to this revised 3rd edition, as well as a new research appendix at the end. The foreword adds a very substantial body of recent and updated research to support the food enzyme concept of Dr. Howell and underline the importance of food enzymes.
Dr. Edward Howell, a pioneer researcher in food enzymes and human nutrition, was born in Chicago. After obtaining a limited medical license from the state of Illinois, he spent six years on the professional staff of the Lindlahr Sanitarium, a well known 'nature cure' hospital predominantly utilizing nutrition and physical therapies. In 1930, he established his own facility for the treatment and research of chronic ailments through nutrition and physical modalities. He is also the author of the treatise, Enzyme Nutrition, published in 1985.