While in Utah working on a construction job I went to the Veteran's Administration about my legs and feet which had been badly swollen for sometime and getting worse. It was becoming almost impossible to work. I felt that the Veteran's Administration could give me the very best care possible and through the many tests they gave me, I tried... Read More
by Andre von Peczely
My name is Andre von Peczely. I have been invited by Dr. Bernard Jensen to give you some information and family stories from the life of my great uncle, Dr. Ignacz von Peczely, who is considered "the father of iridology."
I do not want to repeat what the world already knows from books by Drs. Zoppritz, Schlegel and... Read More
Iridology is an analysis of health based on examination of the iris of the eye. One hundred forty-three patients had photographs taken of both eyes. Ninety-five patients were free of kidney disease, defined as a creatinine level of less than 1.2 mg/dL (mean, 0.8 mg/dL), and 48 had kidney disease severe enough to raise the plasma creatinine level to 1.5... Read More
Iridology: Another Look Rita M. Holl, RN, PhD
Iridology, the study of the iris of the eye, has existed for approximately 100 years.Yet, many controversies remain as to its usefulness in determining health problems.To further the understanding of iridology, research on clients with chronic renal failure was conducted. This study was specifically done to reevaluate the findings found by Simon, Worthen,... Read More
Diabetes occurs due to destruction of Beta-cells in the pancreatic islets of Langerhans with resulting loss of insulin production. The result of insufficient action of insulin is an increase in blood glucose concentration. The diagnosis of Diabetes must always be established by a blood glucose measurement made in an accredited laboratory. The alternative way to measure a deficiency of insulin... Read More