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Fletcherism how I became young at sixty. by Horace Fletcher

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Published by Athletic Publications in London .
Written in English

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It is safe to say that no intelligent reader will peruse this work without becoming convinced that Mr. Fletcher's principles as to eating and living are the sanest that have ever been propounded; that Fletcherism demands no heroic sacrifices of the enjoyments that go to make life worth living, but, to the contrary, that the path to Dietetic Righteousness, which Mr. Fletcher would have us /5(5). Fletcherism: What it is Hardcover – by Horace Fletcher (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings/5(5). Horace Fletcher has 16 books on Goodreads with 59 ratings. Horace Fletcher’s most popular book is Fletcherism: What it is, or how I became Young at Sixty. Home. Fletcherism has become a fact. The intention of the present volume is that it shall stand as a compact statement of the Gospel of Fletcherism, whereas his other volumes treat the subject more at length and are devoted to different phases of Mr. Fletcher's philosophy.

The first rule of "Fletcherism" is to feel gratitude and to express appreciation for and of all the blessings which Nature, intelligence, civilization, and imagination bring to mankind; and this utterance will be endorsed, I am sure, by the millions of persons who have found economy, health, and general happiness through attention to the requirements of dietetic righteousness. Fletcherism, What It Is Horace Fletcher At the age of 58, he conducted a series of strength and endurance experiments at the Yale Gymnasium versus college athletes which claimed that Fletcher could outperform these athletes.   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Fletcherism by Horace Fletcher, , Frederick A. Stokes edition, in English Fletcherism ( edition) | Open LibraryPages: Fletcherism What It Is Book Summary: Horace Fletcher, an American health-food advocate of the Victorian era, earned the nickname ""The Great Masticator"" through his advocation that food needed to be chewed thirty-two times before being swallowed. At the age of 58, he conducted a series of strength and endurance experiments at the Yale Gymnasium versus college athletes .

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