Alfred Theodore William Simeons, MD, who devised Cura Romana, was among the most gifted medical researchers of the twentieth century. Born in London in 1900, he graduated summa cum laude in medicine from Heidelberg University. His contributions to medicine were so significant that the Queen decorated him with the Red Cross Order of Merit for his achievements.
FINDINGS SHAKE THE WORLD
Not until January 1954 did Simeons tell the medical world about his unique method for the treatment of obesity, in a paper published in The Lancet. His report triggered a tsunami of controversy, misinformation and confusion which, even now—more than half a century on—continues to rage. Since, more than 200,000 people worldwide have experienced the gifts of Cura Romana and come to sing its praises. Leslie Kenton has taken the Cura Romana program and further developed it in the last three years, working with men and women throughout the world whom she has mentored on the program. The Consolidation aspect of Leslie Kenton's Cura Romana® is unique.