Wrong Paul Kouchakoff?

Last Updated 2/9/2012

General Information

Employment History

Research  - Institute of Clinical Research

Education

M.D.  - Institute of Clinical Chemistry , Lausanne , Switzerland

Web References  

Raw Food Studies - Faithful Palate

Paul Kouchakoff of the Institute of Clinical Chemistry in Lausanne Switzerland reported in 1930 that the white blood cell count goes up dramatically when eating cooked food indicating its toxic effect on the body.

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How Not to Destroy the Food in Your Kitchen -

Researcher 1930s' Dr Paul Kouchakoff (Institute of Clinical Chemistry) tested a variety of foods and discovered

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Cooked Food - LB Healing Products

According to Paul Kouchakoff , MD, of the Institute of Clinical Chemistry, Lausanne, the white blood cell count of a healthy

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