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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:21 min | 11 months ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Post Reports

"We're going to do something a little different with presidential this week so you know how I normally ask what it would be like to go on a blind date with the president. Well this week the entire episode is kind of an answer to the question so Nicole hemmer a scholar at the University of Virginia's Miller Center is going to help me narrate this crazy wild story of warren harding's life and relationships and presidency. It is a story about newspapers. It's a story about Zodiac readings. Love letters suicides scandal. Jazz Hollywood prohibition and even the hope diamond all right but we're going to start by going back in time to marry in Ohio about seventy years before those letters were discovered exp- elite eight hundred eighty S. We've got women. Wearing bustled dresses. Men are wearing those jackets that cut away at the bottom. You can see there watch chains. Marian was a growing industrial city in sort of north central Ohio. And at the head of the city's daily newspaper. The Marian Star was a young man in his twenty's named Warren harding. A couple of years when harding was only about nineteen years old. He had bought the paper for three hundred dollars to his best. Friends and harding had something that would actually prove to be pretty important to his presidency. He was very charming. He was very handsome and he was well connected. His position with the paper gained him prestige in connections across the city especially since he wasn't very interested in running critical or scandalous stories. Well he was absolutely a people pleaser and he was also someone who didn't like confrontation. It's key to the success of his newspaper. That idea of not wanting to be too political. Because you're in an era in which journalism is going a major change moving away from party papers and moving to a more commercial or nonpartisan model and harding believed that because the Marion Star was the only daily paper in Marion. Ohio than it was important that it be the paper of record that it not be too closely associated with any one party so that really made it stand out as publisher and editor hurting wrote out in office creed for the newsroom. That included points like remember. There are two sides to every question. Get both and be truthful yet. Also boost. DoN'T KNOCK. There's good in everybody bring out the good in everybody and never needlessly hurt the feelings of anybody. This is the voice of my colleague. Michael Rouen Michael covered the big unsealing of harding's letters two years ago so I asked if he wanted to play the role of harding for us which he said Yes to without maybe fully remembering what he was getting in for even though hurting kept his newspaper from waiting too much into the political game he himself got more and more involved in the local Republican Party. Which is basically the party that most of Marion's business owners belong to at the time. Twenty four hurting takes a brief hiatus from running the paper when he had what he called a nervous breakdown and he spent a few weeks at a health retreat. Run by Dr Kellogg. The man who invented cornflakes soon enough though hurting is back about town. He's helping the Republican Party. He's running the newspaper. And he's catching the eye of many local lady. So harding is a very striking man. He has these angular dramatic features. These dark eyebrows A sort of prominent nose and he's very tall so that striking nece combined with a strong record of charisma and charm and that sort of flirtatious Attitude that he had that all made him a very captivating compelling person.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Brodie remember the last time I went to the bathroom. And the ALFALFA show Elvis Duran in the morning show so I'm really digging that meet stick with just eight right. I got a little bit between the teeth. Some meat stick between. Thanks normally I have flaws sticks and I don't have any flaw stick. So this is killing me. Having a meek stick but during your teeth chimerical elvis all about froggy froggy. You're very intrigued with my homosexuality. I think you should explore that a little more. I tried to get you know. Listen you told me before that you didn't want to do anything with me before the because you're my brother I don't I don't want to go that with weird where I come from. That's normal but you're not from North Carolina. Okay so apologies to everyone from North Carolina polluting anyway. Uncle Johnny has a cocktail on the way. Also we have to say goodbye to Anita. She is just an important part of our family. As soon as you can get in here bring legitimacy probably walk in as long as it's legit music. Scary this go around the room producer. Sam What's on in your mind today now my around the room actually is about Anita and it's a reminder just to do good things for people whenever you're able when I was coming in for my interview for the internship turn ship. I got myself so lost that I was far on the other side of the city terrible direction and I called the general number for help and Anita was the person to pick up he. She didn't know me and she stayed on the phone with me the entire time until she made sure I knew where I was going. It must have been a seven minute conversation and I came in and I thank turn turn. She's probably a large part of the reason. I'm even here today. I'll never forget that I love you so much. Thank you for being amazing to a stranger. what's on your mind wind today scary two things first of all happy birthday to my mother. Roseanne scary invents in Brooklyn. I love you mom. Mommy and secondly I didn't. I can't believe that I'm the last person. Listen to know that. Why corn corn flakes were invented? Google these words why were cornflakes invented Dr Kellogg years ago set up an institution itution health institution upstate New York and not only was it meant to help people cleanse their systems in their bowels and their intestines from impurities go fuck cornflakes would do that but also They thought that would stop people from masturbating. Yeah I do it while eating my cornflakes to me rev me up it is restored. There's actually a movie out about it starring What's his Matthew Broderick? Yes I don't want to hand jam if you know what I'm saying. Thank you okay. But there's it's supposed to make you stop correct and the more they don't have the.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers

Applesauce & Horsefeathers

16:35 min | 1 year ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Applesauce & Horsefeathers

"Patients grew from one hundred six eighteen sixty six to seven thousand six patrons patrons during while wanting six yeah so a lot of people did this. He explored various treatments his patients including diet reform and frequent queant animas. We'll get into that. He encouraged a low fat low protein. Diet with an emphasis on whole grains fiber rich foods and most importantly nuts Kellogg also recommended daily intake a fresh fresh air exercise in the importance of hygiene all good. Maybe the frequent in animals. Not Not so much but all good so the sanitarium was known as the sand. The sand It was world renowned destination of health and healing healing and it was mostly due to Dr Kellogg. Dr Markle says he was a medical celebrity bestselling author magazine editor. Skilled surgeon public health expert a popular speaker. And Seventh Day adventist Christian missionary. He was five foot four. He was a little bigger but athletic and He dressed entirely in white wore glasses and had a pointy beard and proclaimed that God had chosen isn't him to make the world a healthier place. This is to me. This is where things get dangerous. I'm doing the Lord's work. This says cy and again some of this as good. I all of the stuff that we know. Yes this is but then you get to some other stuff anyway. So the people who would visit the thousands of people who would visit would go with Illnesses ranging from cancer to heart disease gastric ulcers digestive disorders and some of the things combined. Where like modern medicine? Modern at the time medicine surgery and Bacteria Lau L. Bacteriology and Hydro Pathy vegetarianism electro therapeutics exercise and spiritual uplift to basically just everything in anything. You can think of. Just toss it in there all the things yeah. They had dozens to hundreds of physicians and Nurses Masseuses Bakers waiters cooks bell hops orderlies and attendance. Dr Kelly himself examined every patient and prescribe to each an individualized plan for the mind body and so they had an enema room and it had an machines that could deliver fifteen courts of water per minute into a human colon. He ordered his patients to produce four or more bowel movements a day. He was obsessed with body clip bodily cleanliness external and internal Turnham If the water were not enough you had to consume a Pint of yogurt each day followed by a yogurt annum or I saw that. Eat Half the yogurt and the other her half is for the animals gusting so yeah which I mean there is something to be said of unit the bacteria the bacteria gut but so he kind of knew who he was. One of the product is almost love and like ahead of his time a little bit. He is a bet and he's one of the first people to realize you know the stomach bacteria and everything thing and and with a yogurt animus. That would try to introduce healthy one so he was kind of on the right track. I guess He has a new restaurant relaxation very important so he had all kinds of entertainment and Diversions Theater Lecture Hall. Dances musicale use a cow's horseriding carriages. sleighs you know hiking besides animals so far so good okay. All the meals in his dining room were were his own creations or he and his wife They were very inventive and willing to test things. which is kind of how the you know the cornflakes came him about but Okay so we talked about the peanut butter nut based meat substitutes vegetables and whole grain based dishes a coffee substitute made of molasses and toasted grains.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Rain DeGrey

Rain DeGrey

13:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Rain DeGrey

"Who knows if he had a properly working. Trouser snake ended up creating his own offspring with his wife as opposed to adopting he might have never had had such a hyper focus on health. We would not have cornflakes to enjoy in our modern age. If the parallel universe theory is correct there is another the universe were Dr Kellogg's. Dick worked and we don't have cornflakes. I think I would rather have fixed symbol man with a heart on eh sexual energy desire can be a very potent force indeed and it manifests in many different ways and Dr Kellogg's case it manifest in years of ranting about masturbation promoting circumcision and vegetarianism and the eventual creation of the delicious cereal we enjoy today of course the cereal that we consume today is nothing like Kellogg's original serial. It is much too sweet and tasty tasty. He believed that everything should be bland and boring and free of sex things that are too sweet or too spicy can get that old libido of flare in in before you know it there are. Boehner's wet holes all over the place and we can't have that the blander and more boring your food. Food was the safer who were from those lustful demon's in your loins the next time you go to enjoy some cornflakes raise your spoon to that sexually repressed doctor in silent tribute and then go rub one out because there is nothing wrong with masturbation. ooh till it makes you go blind. I'm GonNa let you in on a little something my friend masturbation doesn't make you go blind. Oh I know because I I wouldn't be able to see right now. If it did likewise. I think there wouldn't be any like twelve year old boys that weren't walking around with Dr Glasses and McCain my palms. Your Harry and I walked into a wall. I had a teacher one time for a sex Ed class last that claimed the reason why there was a rooster on the box of kelloggs cornflakes was a subtle advertising scheme uh that they came up with essentially saying this product will keep you from Shokhin chicken. I haven't ever been able to find the any backup evidence to this. I think that choking the chicken as a euphemism for masturbation became established in popular culture after the rooster was on the box not before it could be wrong but this came from Mike Godsey from College Marin. I'm just throwing his name out there blaming him. If this is misinformation it's all his fault. The other thing I fight interesting is back in the nineteen. Th Century there was such a common idea that spicy foods or just just anything with any sort of seasoning in it would cause impure thoughts that was actually a very common concept was that any sort of spice and flavor would cause your beato. Also your teacher at college and Ren was wrong. A rooster is on the Kelloggs Cornflake box because a rooster crows in the morning to start their day and many people start their day with cornflakes. That's just cornflake propaganda. Oh I like his version of that. There's a rooster on there because it's going to keep you from Iraq and the rooster rubbing the rooster I should say they or because the roosters also called a cock. He debuted on cereal boxes in nineteen fifty seven and his name was cornelius. TEM IT Mr God see yeah false information. Yes sorry turns that you can't believe everything that people tell you Sir Future Truth Yeah we're we're based on fact but I have found that facts can change over the years for instance people used to believe that masturbation would make you go blind or that bland diet would keep you from masturbating. Both of these things are incorrect. It's interesting to me how many food products we did get from this idea because we got the kelloggs cornflakes. Glenn Graham crackers for the same reason and the Graham crackers that they had back then were nothing like the Graham crackers we have now because they were completely bland flavourless cardboard. That'll keep those lustful thoughts down and from what I've read before Kellogg God. His is idea for the serial from another gentleman. I don't remember his name off the top of my head that invented the first commercially available dry cereal named and Granola Granola Granola which if you could imagine closely resembles grape nuts. Have you ever overhead grape nuts. I have never had greatness in my life. There pretty much just little hard chunks of wheat. ooh okay. I don't think they're terrible but the grape nuts or the granola he came up with he used grams flower to create these things yes and they would put them in sheets and let them dry overnight though the issue was there were completely inedible that way because there are so hard that that you couldn't eat them so what they came up with the ingenious idea was they would soak them overnight in milk to make make them palatable actually edible that is the argument that I've heard as to why we eat cereal with milk is that this first commercially tailable cereal had to be soaked for hours in milk before it was tender enough to eat. I didn't actually come across that and my research when you knew that I was doing a bit on Kellogg you mentioned the Granola and I went and looked it up and I couldn't find anything about their colonel. I suppose it could have looked even harder but I was trying to. I know that they were trying to create their own cereal but I was having trouble finding that granola grape nuts tie-in um. I'm sure it's out there. I mean you're known for going very deep. Indeed so deep in my sex box pervert thanks for Sharon. Is that all you have for the sex golden charismatic perverts for this episode that is correct. I have Manson and sex boxes and flakes well. I'm going to go myself some cornflakes well masturbating thinking about Charles Manson and my sex box have fun. I guess no I don't actually have any questions no carry-on. You go your best self. I'll have all the fun in a couple of hours aw since that's. It's all you have for us today. I want to thank everybody for once again joining us for another episode of Talk Podcast. Yes thank you communit- yeah no honestly yes. I'm getting pressured for not being enthusiastic enough. Would he isn't understand is that I have signed a contract contract because I'm goth and we're not allowed to be super disaster. It goes against contract rules who signed this when you were a teenager and I've honored it none angsty exte- young girl with black hair. Pale skin hockey how you cannot ever be enthusiastic about anything ever correct but I'm very enthusiastic that you all joined us for this podcast. My nipples your fizzing being fizzing. Yes Alan. You might want to go to the doctor if you have fizzy nipple. I feel shamed by you. I'm not sure big you yeah. I like Fuzzy Nipples fuzzy tables fuzzy. No I didn't mean to shame. NIPPLES can be fuzzy. I've known girls. I've called it Hobbit Nipple before for I've known girls that have had to Harry Nipple. You've got some serious. Habit Nichols gone on my friend. We'll discuss. I'm a man shaming any woman that has hobbit Nepal Apple. It's fine. I'll still suck those nipples and I have. I am not ashamed to admit that I have sucked hobbit nipple before okay. Thank you for sharing joyous next. I am where I am sure. We will have many other great inches. Take things it's important information very important information to share an Hobbit nipples. NO WE'RE NOT GONNA share the devils all right no Hobbit nipples progressive before we go. I do want to put my podcast challenge. That guy put out every three time. What's the podcast challenge challenge is if you enjoy this podcast and want to support us go until until at least one person about it just one. Let's all at least one where you could always tell more you could also if you wanted to follow it and read it on whatever platform you you choose to listen to your podcasts on because that helps us get listeners to so if you think what we're doing is fun and valuable share it with the rest of the world because it's it's important to get more ears correct. That's a great challenge. Prove thank you also. 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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"I'm gonna fucking rabbit hole overhear looking at Dr Kellogg's medical contraptions that he had. Apparently, he'd just believed in a lot of really weird ship doctor, Kellogg who one of his inventions was the Cornflake near the Cornflake was invented. It was interesting because they wanted to curb masturbation. And the thought was you could control physical impulses like masturbation by eating very bland food. So what's the blandest food you can think of? Let's make cornflakes so flakes was intentionally created to be bland. So people stop jerking it. That's crazy. How have you do you think of jerked it into a bowl. If you in better than half. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Because it's the. A bunch of your hand in jerk off with Klay cry knows probably someone has with masturbation specifically like what's? What's the motivation level? Why did that? Why did that make it into the list of things you're not supposed to do? I wanna. Do you wanna legitimate answer? Yes, because I was told constantly do not stop, stop touching yourself. It was it's that or thoughts. So even like thinking something sexual about someone is considered an impure thought. So in order to masturbate you normally have to at least think something sexual about another person with your thirteen year old dude, but even guests. But even then it's like it's just considered like that. No, no birth control thing I get. It could be more people in your religion so sure could be tied into that, like they don't want you waste actual real reason bible. Bible says, don't spill your seed. You gotta keep using it to make kids. Yeah, yeah. See of masturbating. You're not going to make what they feel. They figure if you're if you can't masturbate, you're going to just pop alot. There we go. To be, you know, you're going fucking livewire in there and you're going to make tons of kits and you're asking me be way more motivated to go out and. Yeah. If you can't touch yourself, you gotta go joke on me from the beginning because I don't make babies, so I could have been jerking the entire time. Yeah. Yeah. Did you ever got do what you didn't jerk off because of religious reasons loads where even poor poor poor, working in Barbara's chair. All those loads? No, there was actually this even a trend that was done within the youth of the church was guys would try to see how long as a packed they could go. Church like Seinfeld? Yeah, but like for God is why they did it. And so we would like really then we would hold as like a pride thing like I didn't. I have in jerked off in like two months, really get the conversation of like, well, if you jerk me off, it doesn't count. That convert. Talking about the jerking off habits. Yeah, I didn't go to a Catholic school hand sit around talking to each other about jerking off. I've always said the gay guys are straight guys, so. Oh, what's a public school? We talked about and awful lot. Yeah. Yeah, of course. I remember Nick is I I really can't ever put my finger on thirty eight twenty to thirty eight. Yeah. Okay. So that seems weird to me because I mean you're younger than me a little bit, but I definitely was in an era where it's like thin. Talk about jerking off even after I went to college, my girlfriend that would college with she was in education. So she was doing your student teaching and she was she would talk about how the kids in her class were always talking about jerking off like very openly publicly in class. Seemed like something that really I don't remember ever talking about that or ever coming up. It's possible that I'm viewing my passed through my present. Talk about a lot right now goes through riverside. Beth. Also nothing much. Great place now growing up, very too, but meth talk about whether or not you jerking off yet. You're sitting there minding your business. Well, you don't have to. What am I going to do? You know, with the Helen hunt? Well, you at some point when you were growing up though, had to have the conversation with your friends who had the porno. No, literally, yeah. The porno tape. Oh, I never got everyone always had a porno tape I ever saw was on the internet, really?.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eighteen sixties and one one of his patients supposedly the story goes broke her dentures on one of these hearts why back biscuits and dr kellogg did not want to have to pay for patient's dentures dental artifices so he decided to grind up this way back into little crumbs and that was their first cereal he called it granola it was nothing like granola today and there was another product by dr new york who was making granola his name was jackson and he sued them so they changed the name to grandma's which sounds very metabolic that you're breaking down grain but they weren't happy with that doctor kellogg or his brother and they felt there's gonna be better way to make cereal than just grinding up a toasted bread basically and so they worked in they worked in they worked and dr kellogg tells a story that he had a dream of how to make flake cereal and that's where the whole thing began will tells a different story that they just decided to roll it out very flat and one day of dr kellogg was grill out like a doe yes roll it flat out like a dope because it was basically a boiled it i wheat dough and then later a corn dough but dr kellogg was pulled away for surgery or something and we'll just put it aside he didn't wanna throw it out he was very frugal and he put in a container and what that led to is something called tempering the dull it gets a little moldy not to moldy that a taste bad but the air in the water content evens out across the entire dow and when they did that and baked it they came out with these perfect flakes and so that's where it all began so they cereals started off as part of a larger health regimen that dr kellogg prescribed you credit him with coming up with the concept of wellness he ran sanitarium so give us an overview of some of the beliefs that he had about wellness that actually became popular well dr kellogg called well we call it wellness he called it biologic living and he was really prescient about this don't forget at the turn of the last century most doctors were fixated on diseases not preventing them but treating them once they occurred and back then it was often once occurred and we're around for a long period of time so they did their damage doctor kellogg was all about preventing these diseases before they ever happened by living a healthy life and that included exercise a lot of vigorous physical activity eating a grain and vegetable diet avoiding animal fats or meats or is he called it flesheating avoiding that no alcohol no caffeine of any kind he also was very chaste and reminded his both his readers and his followers that sex outside the marriage of course was not a good idea but sex for anything other than procreation really sapped the soul and sap the spirit and of course he was very much opposed to masturbation of any kind of something he wrote about extensively and called the solitary vice you say he was very chaste totally abstinent the way you describe it he and his wife never even consummated their marriage they had children but that was through adoption they slept in separate bedrooms it sounds like he never had sex it sounds that way now when john was in medical school at the bellevue hospital medical college in eighteen seventy four he saw entreated a great many playboys and rakes who had syphilis and gonorrhea and he wrote about it in his student notes and these were not fun cases i can tell you as an old sexually transmitted disease dr when you see these cases in full bloom they are truly disgusting i had the benefit my practice of having antibiotics so they could be treated but back in the eighteen seventies they were not only terrible infections they often were deadly and of course they were contagious so often these men who had other lives frequented prostitutes or what have you brought these infections home to their wives so kellogg might may have been really freaked out i see your point i've i've getting freaked out just delegate well let me reintroduce you here if you're just joining us my guest is dr howard marquel he's the author of the.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air i'm david being cooley editor of the website tv worth watching sitting in for terry gross some of today's most popular breakfast cereals such as corn flakes and rice krispies have a history that intersects with the seventh day adventists the early wellness movement eugenics sexual abstinence in some innovative as well as some horrifying medical interventions not something you suspect from the popular tv ad jingles today's guest dr howard marquel is the author of a book called the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek it comes out next week in paperback it's about dr john kellogg and his younger brother will kellogg john the doctor was groomed to be a leader of the seventh day adventists in eighteen seventy six he became the director of their sanitarium in battle creek michigan which he turned into a world famous medical center spa in grand hotel that attracted many celebrities in one thousand nine hundred eighty one his research on diet and digestion was nominated for a nobel prize as part of his dietary research dr kellogg and his brother created a new idea ready to eat cereals such as corn flakes will who was the business innovator turn those breakfast cereals into good tasting mass produced popular breakfasts marketed under the kellogg brand he founded the company in one thousand nine hundred six all of the two brothers worked together for a long time they never got along and their relationship ended with a series of lawsuits howard marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan or he's also professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases terry gross spoke with him last year dr howard marquel welcome to fresh air it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugar coated vitamin pills the ford advocation of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar is white cake gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created why was breakfast such a problem like if you were into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought well there are a number of issues and yes cornflakes we flakes flake cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs or what was then called dysplasia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eight in america in the late nineteenth century or even the early twentieth century it was a very heavy in animal fats often cured meats so the very salty a lot of sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol and caffeine was consumed a lot of carbohydrates and making breakfast was an ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt meltdown and make into a masha soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night they had to start a wood burning fire and so making breakfast was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the invalid people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will who realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfasts than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in one thousand nine hundred six because you could simply poor breakfast out of a box even dad could make breakfast now so it originally didn't have the title of like cornflakes weed flakes what was what was the original flaked cereal that the kellogg's invented called will their first serial basically dr kellogg thought that if you dextra nuys starch what that meant is if you bake a grain for a long period of time at a high temperature the starch molecules would break down into a simple sugar dextrose and that would be easily digested as soon as you start chewing because the salivary glands help break that down even further and then of course as you go through the gastrointestinal tract it easily breaks it down so they first started serving double bakes y back diskettes out of a whole graham greene which was whole wheat grain and that's where the term graham cracker comes from name for silvester graham who touted this in the.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So he worked with dr teissier at the past your lab to study acid afula's and he found that people whose guts were populated with acid off louis did far better in not having digestive diseases than those who did not he also found that soya milk was a much better medium for the propagate ation of acid off louis and that babies who were fed soya milk acid off did far better than those who were treated cow's milk but not nearly as good as those who are treated breastmilk human breast milk regularity was an obsession for dr kellogg and he had a lot of testimony problems when he was a child he did he did as a child he ate very badly his favorite meal he he lectured about was braised oxtail in a greasy fatty brown gravy even in his seventies or eighties he would talk about those meals lovingly and you know fried potatoes and flap jacks and bacon and things like that so he ate a lot of not only fatty foods but constipated foods he also ate a lot of candy and he developed a constipation he developed hemorrhoids he also developed a colitis that scarred his intestine and so he knew what happened when you ate badly and you're constipated and not regular he also like many doctors of that time believed in the theory called auto intoxication where putrefying meet just stayed in your gut and gave off poisons that caused all sorts of problems from flatulence and dispatch zia to depression so he was very aware of that and he studied gorillas in zoos and realized that those guerrillas had anywhere from four to five ball movements day and they seem to be quite happy and so he prescribed his patients to do the same and if you ate the diet that he recommended as well as the frequent animals in the yogurt the soy milk and so on you would indeed have frequent bombardment he also believed in some things that seem pretty quirky to us now now what are couple of examples of those well let's begin the flake cereals so they are more easily digested but we now know that cornflakes or any flake cereal has something called a high glycemic index which means you start digesting it is soon as you're chewing it you start breaking it down and so that will bounce your blood sugar all the way up which then bounces your blood insulin level all the way up and.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Of time at a high temperature the starch molecules would break down into a simple sugar dextrose and that would be easily digested as soon as you start chewing because the salivary glands help break that down even further and then of course as you go through the gastrointestinal tract it easily breaks it down so they first started serving double big swipe bac biscuits out of a whole graham greene which was whole wheat grain and that's where the term graham cracker comes from named for sylvester graham who touted this in the eighteen sixties and one of his patients supposedly the story goes broke her dentures on one of these hards why back biscuits and dr kellogg did not want to have to pay for patient's dentures or dental artifices so he decided to grind up this way back into little crumbs and that was their first serial he called it granola it was nothing like granola today and there was another product by dr new york who was making granola his name was jackson and he sued them so they changed the name to grandma's which sounds very metabolic that you're breaking down grain but they weren't happy with that doctor kellogg or his brother and they felt there's got to be better way to make cereal than just grinding up toasted bread basically and so they worked in they worked in they worked and dr kellogg tells the story that he had a dream of how to make flake cereal and that's where the the whole thing began will tells a different story that they just decided to roll it out very flat and one day of dr kellogg was grow out like a doe yes roll it flat out like a dope because it was basically a boiled it first week dough and then later a corn dough but dr kellogg was pulled away for surgery or something and we'll just put it aside you didn't wanna throw it out is very frugal and he put in a container and what that led to is something called tempering the doe it gets a little moldy not to moldy that a taste bad but the air and the water content evens out across the entire dow and when they did that and baked it they came out with these perfect flakes and so that's where it all began so they cereal started off as part of a larger health regimen that dr kellogg prescribed you credited him with coming up with the concept of wellness he ran a sanitarium so give us an overview of some of the belief that he had about wellness that actually became popular we'll doctor kellogg called well we call it wellness he called it biologic living and he was really prescient about this don't forget at the turn of the last century most doctors were fixated on diseases not preventing them but treating them once they occurred and back then it was often once they occurred in we're around for a long period of time so they did their damage doctor kellogg was all about preventing these diseases before the ever happened by living a healthy life and that included exercise a lot of vigorous physical activity eating a grain and vegetable diet avoiding animal fats or meats or is he called it flesheating avoiding that no alcohol no caffeine of any kind he also was very chaste and reminded his both his readers and his followers that sex outside the marriage of course was not a good idea but sex for anything other than procreation really sapped the soul and sap the spirit and of course he was very much opposed to masturbation of any kind of something he wrote about extensively and called the solitary vice say he was very chaste hip totally abstinent the way you describe it he and his wife never even consummated their marriage they had children but that was through adoption they slept in separate bedrooms it sounds like he never had sex it sounds that way now when john was in medical school at the bellevue hospital medical college in eighteen seventy four he saw entreated a great many playboys in ray aches who had syphilis gonorrhea and he wrote about it in his student notes and these were not fun cases i can tell you as an old sexually transmitted disease dr when you see these cases in full bloom they are truly disgusting i had the benefit my practice of having antibiotic so they could be treated but back in the eighteen seventies they were not only terrible infections they often were deadly and of course they.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:12 min | 2 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The unusual story behind some of america's most popular serials like kelloggs cornflakes a story that connects with the leadership of the seventh day adventists and the early days of the wellness movement we talk with dr howard marquel about his book the kellogg's about the two brothers who co created ready to eat breakfast cereals the older brother dr john kellogg founded a famous sanitarium and advocated a whole grain vegetarian diet and probiotics he also was very chaste and reminded both his readers and his followers that sex for anything other than procra creation really sapped the soul the younger brother will was the marketing and manufacturing genius behind the cereals also rock critic ken tucker reviews the new drake album and i'll review the new hbo mini series sharp objects starring amy adams some of today's most popular breakfast cereals such as corn flakes and rice krispies have a history that intersects with the seventh day adventists the early wellness movement eugenics sexual abstinence and some innovative as well as some horrifying medical interventions not something you'd suspect from the popular tv ad jingles today's guest dr howard marquel is the author of a book called the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek it comes out next week in paperback it's about dr john kellogg and his younger brother will kellogg john the doctor was groomed to be a leader of the seventh day adventists in eighteen seventy six he became the director of their sanitarium in battle creek michigan which he turned into a world famous medical center spa and grand hotel that attracted many celebrities in nineteen twenty one his research on diet and digestion was nominated the for a nobel prize as part of his dietary research dr kellogg and his brother created a new idea ready to eat cereals such as cornflakes will who was the business innovator turn those breakfast cereals into good tasting mass produced popular breakfasts marketed under the kellogg brand he founded the company in nineteen o six all of the two brothers worked together for a long time they never got along and their relationship ended with a series of lawsuits howard marquel directs the center for the history of medicine at the university of michigan where he's also professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases terry gross spoke with him last year dr howard marquel welcome to fresh air it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugar coated vitamin pills the fortification of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar is it gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created why was breakfast such a problem like if you were into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought well there were a number of issues and yes cornflakes wheat flakes flake cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs or what was then called dispatch zia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eat in america in the late nineteenth century or even the early twentieth century it was a very heavy an animal fats often cured meats so the very salty a lot of sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes at were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol and caffeine was consumed a lot of carbo high hydrates and making breakfast was an ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt down and make into a mush or a soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night they had to start a wood burning fire and so making breakfast was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the invalid people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfasts than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in one thousand nine hundred six because you could simply poor breakfasts out of a box even dad could make breakfast now so it originally didn't have the title of like cornflakes or weed flakes what was what was the original flake cereal that the kellogg's invented called will their first serial of basically dr kellogg thought that if you dextra is starch what that meant is if you bake a green for a long period.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"That's dave at darkness radiocom um what are you know about bake like what can you tell me whether those of being a fan of radio as i am and i've got a in my collection at home i've got two or three bake light a radio's uh but what what was the weird dark history of uh fake light or take away a lotta bake lightweight is an amazing invention obviously um the only problem with uh went with take away was that it was um what's what's the but to be quite itself it was a big big one family uh the family behind the crease the big one had a lot of controversy and a lot of um a lot of issues there was a um uh the grandson of its i'm gonna create a bake light um end up killing his mother there was a lot of uh they're part of society there was a lot of uh um scandal involving bakili so it was uh a lot more the family than it was the actual company without one what's at scandals all involved in some as was m e entity bake lind was a very disturbed gentleman um he had an odd relationship there's mother um and there was a lot of uh a lot of violence and he eventually would end up um taking kitchen i've in stabbing his mother um to death and uh at her panos apartment in london um is after a long history of violence each eastern the street down the streets of new york with a knife uh he was very disturbed gentleman and um the the the families got a lot of uh a lot of history of um or a history of violence and aggression an issues yeah sounds like is very twisted areeta what are what are some of our other bizarre stories that you're able to uncover uh well you know one of the more bizarre one and really to take a different turn from all the other stories was when i start looking the gentleman who was responsible for cornflakes uh dr kellogg well no kellogg cereal their greats yeah i know kilic's are great well dr kellogg the who created cornflakes not the jumaani start the kellogg cereal company uh their brothers there's an older brother has name was william and.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KELO

"He started he was the seventh the adventist and he he was um one of the original i'd want common another he's he's a health not he was really into taking care of the body taking care of the mind um he lived out in battle creek michigan he said the battle creek see sanitarium and it was a place for people to come and it was it was you know not a spa but like uh a getaway where you could really dedicate your whole life to taking care of your body people had a regimented about what they would do all day yet exercise he he he made a lot of inventions a lot of uh he believes it um light was a big cure for a lot of uh the illness is and a lot of uh defects in the brain three little white machines he had made in a lot of wacky that he created one of the things that he did was he dictate the diet of his um patrons as a lot of wealthy people a lot of wellknown people once their presidents went there a lotta went there have you ford went there um they would go there to kind of rejuvenate and refresh well to the dr kellogg was in just interested in personal health he was also obsessed with sex wealthy so he for example when he got married to his wife neverconsummated as marriage and this was the fact that you were brag about and was proud of this with somebody he believed to be disgusting he's out sexual rauza was disgusting and the reason he created kellogg's cornflakes was to create a bland and dole food that would stop uh the affects of sexual arousal and people what is so wait a minute it's not a great effort by the right there cereals are trying to lower your cholesterol sure to try to help your blood pressure that help even out your stomach in and bowel movements but this.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"We'll dr kellogg called well we call it wellness he called it biologic living and he was really prescient about this don't don't forget at the turn of the last century most doctors were fixated on diseases not preventing them but treating them once they occurred and back then it was often once they occurred were around for a long period of time so they did their damage dr kellogg was all about preventing these diseases before the ever happened by living a healthy life and that included actor size uh a lot of vigorous physical activity eating a grain and vegetable diet avoiding animal fats or meet source he called at flesheating avoiding that no alcohol no caffeine of any kind he also was very chased and uh reminded his uh both is readers and his followers of that sex outside the marriage of course was not a good idea but sex for anything other than procreation really sapped the soul and sapped the spirit and of course he was very much opposed to masturbation of any kind of a something he wrote about extensively and called the solitary vice so battle creek is famous for kellogg's and for post and big breakfast cereal company but it's also famous as at the time the home center like the home base for the seventh day adventist and dr kellogg john kellogg was very close to cofounders of seventh day adventist am ellen and james white and they saw him when he was a child as being a possible leader of the church in the future.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Dr howard my cal welcome to fresh air why did you wanna write a book about the cannot brother oh my well there's a lot of reasons but if you grew up in michigan as i did you could not help but be aware of the kellogg's um every first greater and i was one of them in 1966 would make a field trip to the battle creek factory where they made kellogg's cornflakes and we were all given a tony the tiger bowl which i still own and a little box of sugar frosted flakes which was consumed long before we turned back to uh the suburbs of detroit and then of course there's the w k kellog foundation so you see the the benifit sense of the kellogg family everywhere uturn and when i was in medical school i used to study in the library and in between cramming uh the cribs sleigh colour this physiological fact into my head i would take a break and i often paused at the section were dr kellogg's books and magazines his monthly magazine called good health uh were stored and i would take them down and read them a and have fun with that and uh i thought at that time you'll somebody oughta write a book about these two fellas a never realizing it would be me it's funny no breakfast cereals now are often considered basically sugarcoated vitamin pills this the ford vacation of vitamins is the nutrition and the sugar as white kate gets kids to eat it but it's not very good for them but breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created um why was breakfast such a problem like if you were into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Came to edit their magp does he called the health reformer which john harvey later changed the name to good health because he realized that people don't like reform they like to be healthy but they don't want somebody telling them to reform and so they realized that john harvey could be the head of their health avenue their health section of the domination now the white founded uh what became the battle creek sanitarium which was a world famous medical spa grand hotel and medical center but they called it the western health reform instituted was basically a house where quickie doctors lectured about things and serve bad food and people didn't come back but they realized that john harvey could be the new leader but he had to get a good medical education and when he came back to battle creek he was tapped to takeover of the western health reform institute and he said i'll do so on one condition that i get to run it and i get to run it not only on religious principles but unscientific prints the polls because he wanted desperately not only to be a good seventy advantis but to be well regarded in the medical profession uh people from all around the world came to battle creek to to heal some famous people to who are some of the famous people who came while he treated many presidents including warren harding and william too after you treated william jennings bryan the democratic hopeful uh he treated eddie kanter the comedian uh he tweeted johnny weismuller tarzan who would go into the dining room and do a tarzan y'all to begin the meal uh he treated amelia erhart uh and so journal truth he treated uh uh and on and on and on so it's really interesting that cornflakes and all of the kellogg theory else have a direct connection with the seventh day adventist yeah it's really up because that grain diet was very important to the adventist and of course uh dr kellogg found in his study of gastroenterology which we only think if anybody thinks about science at the turn of the last century you think about germ theory and bacteriology and infectious diseases or the cleaning of the cities and water supply but how we eat and digest our food with probably the second most the important field in medicine and so he.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Madam this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest after howard mark how he's the author of the new book the kellogg's the battling brothers of battle creek and as about the kelleh brothers one of whom was deep into health he was a doctor and created a sanitarium where wellness was the fame and his other brother was the basically the marketing genius who popularised the flake cereals that the brothers cocreated like cornflakes and of course the other brother will kelo created kellogg's cereals so another thing that he was in the forefront of wish probiotics he believed that acid novelists yes which is one of the most common probiotics now would help you maintain a healthy digestive system new described his like basement laboratory in which he studied fecal specimens on under the microscope comparing the fico specimens of people who took acid offer us with those who didn't i mean who else was doing that back in the turn of a century and the turn of the 20th century there was a man named anri to see a at the past your laboratory in paris and uh dr kellogg often travel to europe to learn our new techniques and new ideas it was really funny he started as a passionate believer in seven day adventurism health reform and he kept along those ideas throughout his career but as science and medicine progressed he would read up on these he would speak to the people who were making these discoveries and he would shoehorn and shape these discoveries to his own worldview so he work with dr to see a at the pest your lab to study acid awful us and he found that uh people whose guts were populated with acid off lewis did far better in not having digestive diseases than those who did not he also so found that soya milk was a much better medium for the propagation of acid off wawas and that babies who were fed soy milk acid off lewis did far better than those who were treated cow's milk but not nearly as good as those who are treated breast milk human breast milk regularity was an obsession for dr kellog.

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"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"dr kellogg" Discussed on Fresh Air

"But breakfast cereals were originally part of a health craze that dr kellogg created um why was breakfast such a problem like a fewer into health like dr john kellogg was what were the problems with breakfast as he sought well there are a number of issues and yes cornflakes wheat flakes flakes cereal in general were invented to be easily digested by those with upset stomachs uh or what was then called dispatch zia the great american stomach ache and if you look at what people eat in america in the uh late nineteenth century or even the early 20th century it was a very heavy an animal fats often chew word meet so the very salty alatas sugar you would have for breakfast potatoes at were fried in the congealed fat from the night before a lot of alcohol in caffeine was consumed uh a lot of carbohydrates and making breakfast uh was in ordeal so even if you made porridge or mush these whole grains took hours to melt down and make into a a soft form and so these poor mothers were getting up very early on they're probably taking care of all their children all night uh they had a start a woodburning fire and so making breakfasts was a great ordeal but john harvey kellogg invented them for the involuted people who came to his battle creek sanitarium it was his little brother will who realize you know there are a lot more people who are healthy and just want a convenient tasty breakfast than those who are ill and need an easily digestible breakfast so he had a little sugar a little salt to cornflakes and it just took the world by storm in nineteen oh6 because you could simply poor breakfast out of a box even dead could bake breakfast now on so it originally didn't have the title of cornflakes there we flakes what was what was the original flaked syria that the kellogg's invented caught.

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