Jean-Claude Rodet

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Jean-Claude Rodet
Jean-Claude Rodet au salon du livre de Montreal 2012.JPG
Born 1944
Saint-Vérand, Rhône,
France
Alma mater New York Academy of Sciences (1980)
Organization Institut de Santé Naturelle (ISNFR)
Médecins Aux Pieds Nus
Movement Ecology
Religion Catholic
Spouse(s) Francine Fleury
Children Emmanuel, Daniel and Bruno

Jean-Claude Rodet (born 1944 in Saint-Vérand, Rhône) is a French-speaking Canadian author, naturopath, trainer and consultant in nutrition. He has a doctorate of agronomic sciences (1977) and an honorary doctorate in natural medicine (2000).[C 1] He is a holistic health practitioner[C 2]

Biography[edit]

Rodet is the dean of academy for foreign affiliations[B 2] to the University of Natural Medicine (Santa Fe) since 2000. And since 2002, he is a member of the International Organic Inspectors Association.[B 3] Rodet has written l'assiette vitalité to preserve life through Anti-aging. Within the Institut International de Ressources Écologiques (IIRE) he gathered a 10,800-book library about ecology and natural medicine.[B 4]

As a traditional Chinese medicine trainer, he states that a physician should be paid only by his healthy patients and according to his successful preventive medicine practice.

Bibliography[edit]

JCR wrote books about :

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Footnotes[edit]

A - Non-violence
  1. ^ (French) Réfractaires à la guerre d'Algérie 1959-1963, Erica Fraters, Paris, France: Ed. Syllepse, 2005, ISBN 2-84950-049-6
  2. ^ close to the Community of the Ark charismatic movement
C - Naturopathy
  1. ^ (French) Quinton, le sérum de la vie, Maxence Layet et Jean-Claude Rodet, Edition Guy Trédaniel, 2008, ISBN 978-2-7029-0637-8
  2. ^  This article incorporates public domain material from websites or documents of the Library of Congress Country Studies. (German) Heilpraktikerdiplom (H.F.S.) in 1979
  3. ^ (French) Guide Alimentaire Anti-Âge, Montreal, Canada: Quebecor World, 2002, ISBN 2-9806527-1-7
B - Ecology
  1. ^ (French) with Raoul Lemaire
  2. ^ UNM University of natural medicine in Santa Fe, New Mexico in French and Portuguese languages
  3. ^ (English) IOIA
  4. ^ Source:IIRE or Institut International de Ressources Écologiques (also nicknamed 2IRE), 1 May 2009.
  5. ^ (French) L'agriculture biologique (Lyon, Edition Camugli, 1978, ISSN 0337-8012, Collection "Vous ne pouvez plus ignorer") illustred by Francine Fleury
  6. ^ (French) L'élevage biologique (Lyon, Edition Camugli, 1979, ISSN 0337-8012, Collection "Vous ne pouvez plus ignorer") illustred by Francine Fleury
  7. ^ (French) Les aliments biologiques (Lyon, Edition Camugli, 1982, ISBN 2-85183-000-7) illustred by Francine Fleury

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