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4) Hard exercise. . (207) When the Western medical tradition moved to Europe in the 11th to 13th centuries, so did the concepts of hygiene, diet, and exercise. These were embodied in the ‘‘institutes of medicine,’’ a major component of medical education for centuries. One of the most widely used guides was the Regimen Sanitatis (208) developed in the school at Salerno, Italy, in the 12th century, which did not speciﬁcally provide advice for obesity. ) Dietary treatment in the 18th century was summarized by Tweedie: In attempting its cure, when the habit is threatened with any morbid eﬀects, from the plethora existing either in the head or lungs, this must be removed by a bleeding or two; and as corpulent people do not bear blood-letting well, purging is most to be depended upon for the removal of the plethora (209).