Seems the chiropractic founders and early pioneers all the way back to 1927 were promoting the natural, ancestral, "paleo" (not a fan of what this term has become) sort of eating and living. Way ahead of their times in so many ways!
I guess then I practice "Nutritional Hygiene." Or maybe "Nutritional Common Sense."
"When dieting is done to offset or alleviate and adverse condition in living, brought on by "civilization" (an adverse state of affairs brought on by unwise precedents of human grooves of life), then dieting is not a battle between morbid educated mind and Innate: but between morbid "educated" and wise "educated." "Educated" versus "Educated"; "dog eat dog." In this later case, Chiropractic approves, for it is not truly diet, but the coordination of a normal educated mind with Innate.
Therefore, nutritional hygiene is not dieting but common sense. It is simply the restoration of normal and natural environmental conditions. The restoration to normal, of conditions made abnormal by unwise educational living; restoration brought about by wise, sane, and normal educated mind, coordinating with innate mind as it should, is nutritional hygiene. With this aspect of dieting, Chiropractic agrees. Consider diet in the light of common sense. A sick person's abnormal educated mind will not allow him to use common sense therefore somebody else's common sense must be used."
R. W. Stephenson, The Chiropractic Text Book (1927), page: 128-129