Benjamin P. Sandler, M.D.
Polio  Infection & nutrition

"Intensive research during the past twelve years on the relationship between diet and susceptibility to infection, not only in polio but also in common respiratory infections and tuberculosis, has convinced me that the human organism can protect itself against infection virtually completely by proper nutrition."--Dr Sandler 1952

Treatment of Tuberculosis with a Low Carbohydrate Diet. American Revue of Tuberculosis, 46:238-261, 1942. Drs. Benjamin P. Sandler and R. Berke

[1958] HOW TO PREVENT HEART ATTACKS By Benjamin P. Sandler, M. D.  Supported by his practical experience theory that heart attacks are not dependant on the blood glucose level, but instead on the rate at which blood glucose drops. His patients responded very well to diet preventing fast changes in blood glucose, with a response time of several weeks.  

[1951] DIET PREVENTS POLIO Benjamin P. Sandler, M.D.