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Name  Fereydoon Batmanghelidj

Children  Camila Batmanghelidjh
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Died  November 15, 2004, Virginia, United States
Education  University of London, Fettes College
Books  Your Body's Many Cri, Water: For Health - for Healing - f, ABC of Asthma - Allergies, Obesity Cancer & Depression, Water & salt

Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj | Your Body's Many Cries For Water


Fereydoon Batmanghelidj (1930 or 1931 – November 15, 2004) was born in Iran. He is best known for his book, Your Body's Many Cries for Water, and his writings related to health and wellness.

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Life and family

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Fereydoon Batmanghelidj was born in Iran in 1930 or 1931. He attended secondary school in the United Kingdom, at Fettes College in Scotland, and later graduated from St Mary's Hospital Medical School of London University. He then practiced medicine in the United Kingdom, before returning to Iran. There he became a wealthy entrepreneur, helping in the development of hospitals and medical centres, and in sports projects, including the Ice Palace ice skating rink in Tehran.

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In 1979, after the Iranian Revolution, he was sent to Evin Prison. Following his release in 1982, he moved to the United States.

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He married Lucile, a Belgian, and they had four children: Ardeshir, Babak, Camila, and Lila, who committed suicide while he was imprisoned. His first marriage ended in divorce. He later married Xiaopo Huang Batmanghelidj.

He died from complications related to pneumonia on 15 November 2004.

Medical career

Batmanghelidj was trained at St Mary's Hospital Medical, and practiced medicine in the United Kingdom before his return to Iran.

He claimed that he discovered the medicinal value of water in treating the pain of peptic ulcers during his detention in prison by treating inmates with water when medication was not available. He advanced this position in a guest editorial in the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology in 1983.

In 1992, he authored Your Body's Many Cries for Water. In this book, Batmanghelidj asserts that chronic dehydration is the root cause of most pain and many ailments, opposing the use of drugs to cure conditions that he claimed could instead be addressed by increased water consumption.

He has claimed elsewhere that water provides energy for the body and brain, by splitting into its component hydrogen and oxygen.

Criticism

Batmanghelidj's theories have been criticised by Stephen Barrett, co-founder of the National Council Against Health Fraud and the webmaster of Quackwatch, on several grounds, including a lack of any documented peer-reviewed research and exaggerated claims about the number of patients treated successfully. He further questions that Batmanghelidj has practiced medicine in the United States, pointing to his lack of registration as a physician. He was licensed as a naturopath.

Books

  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, How to Deal with Back Pain & Rheumatoid Joint Pain (1991), Global Health Solutions; ISBN 0-9629942-0-0
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, Your Body's Many Cries for Water (1992), Global Health Solutions, ISBN 0-9629942-3-5
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, Water: Rx for A Healthier, Pain-free Life (1997), Global Health Solutions; Cas&Bklt edition, ISBN 0-9629942-7-8
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, ABC of Asthma, Allergies and Lupus: Eradicate Asthma - Now!, (2000), Global Health Solutions, ISBN 0-9629942-6-X
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, Water For Health, For Healing, For Life (2003), Warner Books, ISBN 0-446-69074-0
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, You're not sick, you're thirsty! (2003), Grand Central Publishing, ISBN 0-446-69074-0
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, Water Cures: Drugs Kill: How Water Cured Incurable Diseases, (2003) Global Health Solutions, ISBN 0-9702458-1-5
  • Batmanghelidj, Fereydoon, Obesity Cancer Depression; Their Common Cause & Natural Cure, (2005) Global Health Solutions; ISBN 0-9702458-2-3
  • References

    Fereydoon Batmanghelidj Wikipedia


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