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" Roberts has shown in his explanation of the popularity of tea and coffee, it is more than doubtful whether any such effect is in reality produced. When ingested during meals, water may do good by washing out the digested food and by exposing the undigested... "
The Carolina Medical Journal - Page 380
1887
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The Medical World, Volume 6

1888
...that it dij htes the gastric juice and so retards digestion. (British Med. Journal, Dec. ßd, 1887.) Apart from the fact that a moderate delay in the process...removed as they are formed. The good effects of water, drank freely before ; meals, has, however, another beneficial result — i it washes away the mucus...
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The Medical World, Volume 6

1888
...that it dilutes the gastrjc juice and so retards digestion. (British Med. Journal, Dec. jd, 1887.) Apart from the fact that a moderate delay in the process...removed as they are formed. The good effects of water, drank freely before meals, has, however, another beneficial result — it washes away the mucus which...
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Cincinnati Medical and Dental Journal, Volume 3

1887
...the undigested part more thoroughly to the action of the digestive ferments. Pepsin is a catalytic body, and a given quantity will work almost indefinitely,...good effects of water, drunk freely before meals, have, however, another beneficial result — it washes away the mucus which is secreted by the mucous...
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Union Pacific Employes' Magazine, Volume 3

1888
...digestive ferments. Pepsin is a catalyptic body, and a given quantity will work almost indifinitly, provided the peptones are removed as they are formed....good effects of water, drunk freely before meals, have, however, another beneficial result — it washes away the mncns which is secreted by the mucous...
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Buffalo Medical Journal, Volume 43

1887
...the undigested part more thoroughly to the action of the digestive ferments. Pepsin is a catalytic body, and a given quantity will work almost indefinitely....peptones are removed as they are formed. The good effect of water drank freely before meals has, however, another beneficial result—it washes away...
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The American Practitioner, Volumes 5-6

1888
...— Opinions differ as to the effect of the free ingestion of water at meal times, but the view most generally received is probably that it dilutes the...peptones are removed as they are formed. The good effect of water drunk freely before meals has, however, another beneficial result — it washes away...
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Memphis Medical Monthly, Volume 8

1888
...— Opinions differ as to the effect of the free ingestion of water at meal times, but the view most generally received is probably that it, dilutes the...peptones are removed as they are formed. The good effect of water drank freely before meals has, however, another beneficial result — it washes away...
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American Journal of Dental Science

1888
...to the effect of the free ingestion of water at meal times, but the view most generally received is that it dilutes the gastric juice and so retards digestion....removed as they are formed. The good effects of water, drank freely before meals, has, howover, another beneficial result—it washes away the mucus which...
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College and Clinical Record, Volume 9

1888
...that it dilutes the gastric" juice and so retards digestion. (British Med. Journal, Dec. 3d, 1887.) Apart from the fact that a moderate delay in the process...removed as they are formed. The good effects of water, drank freely before meals, has, however, another beneficial result — it washes away the mucus which...
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Weekly Medical Review, Volume 17

1888
...the undigested part more thoroughly to the action of the digestive ferments. Pepsin is a catalyptio body, and a given quantity will work almost indefinitely...intervals of repose, and favors peristalsis of the whole al imentary tract. The membrane thus cleansed is in a much better condition to receive food and convert...
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