Dr. William Howard Hay (1866-1940)
Hay was a New York doctor, author, lecturer, and founder of The East
Aurora Sun and Diet Sanatorium.
A traditional physician for the first 16 years of his career, this New York doctor introduced the world to food combining, ran a successful sanatorium for many years (The East Aurora Sun and Diet Sanatorium), and was a renowned lecturer on health topics.
He graduated from the New York University Medical College in 1891 and spent 16 years in regular medicine and surgery, specializing in surgery. He later developed Bright's Disease, and was unable to cure it using accepted medical methods of the time. This led him to find alternative methods to rid himself of disease. He came across the Natural Hygiene concept of food combining (also known as the Dr. Hay diet), the idea that certain foods require an acid pH environment in digestion, and other foods require an alkaline pH environment, and that both cannot take place at the same time, in the same environment. After curing himself through proper diet, he wrote several books, started a sanatorium, and lectured throughout United States and Canada.]
[1937 June] Dr. William Howard Hay Addresses the Medical Freedom Society June 25, 1937,
[1937 Dec] Address of William Howard Hay, M.D., Pocono, PA., on June 25, 1937, before The
Medical Freedom SocietyTuesday, December 21, 1937
"As a matter of fact, perhaps it is safe to say that not more than 10 per cent of the people ever would take smallpox if sleeping in the same bed with an infected smallpox victim."--Dr Hay
"I have had in my own experience one very small epidemic comprising 33 (smallpox) cases of which 29 had vaccination histories and a good scar, and some of them vaccinated within the last year. There was no protection there."--[1937 Dec] Address of William Howard Hay, M.D., Pocono, PA., on June 25, 1937, before The Medical Freedom SocietyTuesday, December 21, 1937
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