"Common foods (such as corn) turned out to be the most frequent causes, but first the food had to be unmasked and avoided."
"In 1949, he was invited to testify before the Food and Drug Administration in Washington, DC. He requested that all food ingredients, especially corn, cane, and beet sugar, be listed on all processed food."
"Dr. Randolph's approach involved much more time and effort for both the doctor and the patient to discover exactly what this patient's individual sensitivities were, and then to avoid them. On the other hand, starting with the mind altering drugs in the early 1950s, the conventional doctor simply had to prescribe a pill and have the patient to take it. This led to the rapid growth of our billion dollar pharmecalogical industry. Drugs simply smother the symptoms, and often lead to additional bad side effects. Dr. Randolph's ecological approach, while it initially takes much more time and effort, identifies the true cause(s) of the patients symptoms, and allows them to return to healthy, happy, productive lives without taking any drugs at all."