|President||George J. Drews|
The Apyrtropher Society was a Chicago-based group of the early twentieth century, founded by George J. Drews, for the promotion of "unfired foods and hygienic dietetics" as the best means of preserving health and the attacking of allopathic medicine and any consumption of meat, alcohol, salt, processed sugar, and other unnaturalness in the human diet. Among their efforts to service the public good was a sanitarium, Health Haven, which employed Dr. J. W. Wigelsworth, D.N., of Pathometric and Anabolic fame, as lead diagnostician, offering all the latest in radiational and biodynamo-chromatic analysis.
- Drews, George J. (1909), Unfired Foods and Hygienic Dietetics for Prophylactic (Preventative) Feeding and Therapeutic (Remedial) Feeding, Chicago: The Author, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/006562480
- Drews, George J. (1912), Unfired Food and Tropho-Therapy (Food Cure), Chicago: Apyrtropher Pub, http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011268411
- Drews, George J. (1921), The Improved Mono-Diet: or One-Course Full-Meal Recipes, Chicago: Apyrtropher Pub
- Loeb, Carl; Tarbell, Harlan (1921), The Black Art of Cooking, Chicago: Chicago Labor Printing Co., http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/007806812
The group also distributed Apyrtropher Magazine.