The Miracle Of Fasting

Author : Paul Chappuis Bragg
ISBN : 0877900396
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 32.39 MB
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This book is a must read for those seeking to cleanse and detoxify their body and to gain spiritual energy and live a longer, healthier life.
Category: Health & Fitness

Miracle Of Fasting

Author : Patricia Bragg
ISBN : 0877900388
Genre : Diet therapy
File Size : 61.88 MB
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Perfect detox program to stay healthy and youthful. The #1 health book in Russia for 14 years.
Category: Diet therapy

Reversing Chronic Lyme Disease The New Paradigm Beyond Conventional Medicine

Author : Craig Bruner
ISBN : 9781481741460
Genre : Medical
File Size : 78.5 MB
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In his book, Reversing Chronic Lyme Disease, Craig Bruner has written perhaps one of the most in-depth, intelligent, and comprehensive books ever written on the subject of chronic Lyme disease. “Extremely powerful, yet practical.” It addresses nearly every important level of the Lyme narrative. A no-holds barred and honest look at how the government and conventional medicine have not only failed the Lyme victim, but by using their drug-based model have actually prolonged the disease in the vast majority of chronic sufferers. The author lays out a new paradigm that he used himself to reverse and completely heal his long-entrenched chronic Lyme disease, almost exclusively without the use of drugs. This book puts the power of healing squarely back in the hands of the Lyme victim, and provides an intelligent road map that can be custom designed to help reverse Lyme disease even in the most resistant of sufferers. This is a monumental work and represents the culmination of over 6 years of research. Seldom has the subject of Lyme disease been studied, written about, and presented on such a level. It will open your eyes with an in-depth look at not just Lyme disease, but the chronic form which other authors seldom even discuss, let alone present why it happens. Additionally, Craig Bruner shares therapies based upon the findings of research primarily targeted towards reversing chronic Lyme disease, many of which have never been presented in any other book. Certainly most doctors are not even aware of this information. This book may make most others obsolete. Get ready to be overwhelmed by the thorough manner in which the topic of chronic Lyme disease has been explored, and many of the newer strategies that can be employed which have brought healing beyond expectation. Be warned, this is powerful information that can offer the sufferer new hope that he/she can experience a deeper level of healing.
Category: Medical

Roots And Fruits Of Fasting

Author : Mary Ruth Swope
ISBN : 9781603748407
Genre : Religion
File Size : 54.51 MB
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"...your healing shall spring forth speedily." -Isaiah 58:8. Dr. Mary Ruth Swope shares from her years of experience as a nutrition educator, as well as her twenty-two years of participating in a weekly fasting program. In this lively and personal book, she explains the importance of fasting for our physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. In it, you will learn How to fast; the right motivations for fasting; what to expect from fasting; how to Break a fast; and many other practical guidelines. Fasting is the key to living a healthy life. In an age when millions of Americans are searching for cures for illnesses and other problems, learn how you can be proactive about your health by utilizing the biblical practices of prayer and fasting.
Category: Religion

Fasting An Exceptional Human Experience

Author : Randi Fredricks, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781481723794
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 44.85 MB
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Fasting An Exceptional Human Experience Since prehistory, fasting has been used in various ways as a means of transformation. As a spiritual practice, it is the oldest and most common form of asceticism and is found in virtually every religion and spiritual tradition. In psychology, studies have suggested that fasting can alleviate the symptoms of some psychiatric conditions, including depression and schizophrenia. In medicine, fasting is one of the most promising therapies, with research suggesting that fasting can cause certain drugs, such as chemotherapy, to work better while reducing drug side-effects. Hunger striking, sometimes called political fasting, may be the most powerful application of fasting. Proof of this occurred in 1948 when Gandhi’s hunger strike caused millions of Hindus and Muslims in India to cease their fighting. As a practical guide, Randi Fredricks, Ph.D. provides detailed information on the different types of fasting, where people fast, the physiological process of fasting, and the contraindications and criticisms of fasting. Using existing literature and original research, Dr. Fredricks focuses on the transformative characteristics of fasting in the contexts of psychology, medicine, and spirituality. The relationship between fasting and transpersonal psychology is examined, with a focus on peak experiences, self-realization, and other exceptional human experiences. Dr. Fredricks demonstrates how fasting can be profoundly therapeutic, create global paradigm shifts, and provide personal mystical phenomena.
Category: Psychology

Diets And Dieting

Author : Goldwin Smith Professor of Human Studies Sander L Gilman
ISBN : 9781135870683
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 46.73 MB
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Diets and dieting have concerned – and sometimes obsessed – human societies for centuries. The dieters' regime is about many things, among them the control of weight and the body, the politics of beauty, discipline and even self-harm, personal and societal demands for improved health, spiritual harmony with the universe, and ethical codes of existence. In this innovative reference work that spans many periods and cultures, the acclaimed cultural and medical historian Sander L. Gilman lays out the history of diets and dieting in a fascinating series of articles.
Category: Health & Fitness

The Tao Of Health Sex And Longevity

Author : Daniel Reid
ISBN : 9780671648114
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 68.84 MB
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Discusses the philosophy of Tao and offers information on diet and nutrition, fasting, breathing exercises, physical exercises, acupuncture, massage, birth control, sex therapy, and meditation
Category: Family & Relationships

Overcoming Cancer

Author : Gary Null
ISBN : 9781510715714
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 22.9 MB
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One word strikes more fear into a person’s mind than any other: cancer. The physical, mental, emotional, and financial toll that comes with a cancer diagnosis is immense and affects not only cancer patients but also families and entire communities. The vast majority of individuals who lose the battle against cancer are treated with the standard orthodox therapy. These people may never have questioned their oncologists, believing that they were in the best possible hands with their physicians’ advanced education, their knowledge of the latest treatments, and all the tools of modern research at their disposals. In Overcoming Cancer, Gary Null explores the alternative treatments that most mainstream doctors will never discuss with their patients. Did you know that eating melons balances your body’s pH, which can help slow the growth of cancer? You were aware that fiber is an important part of a healthy diet, but did you know that it lowers the risk of breast, colorectal, uterine, and prostate cancers? Find health and vitality with Dr. Null’s five most powerful tools for fighting cancer.
Category: Health & Fitness

Building Nature S Market

Author : Laura J. Miller
ISBN : 9780226501376
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 62.38 MB
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Body-builders and hippies, religious cultists and nature cure believers--these and other marginal groups were the primary consumers of natural foods for at least the first 100 years of their existence. Natural foods were resisted by organized interests like the medical establishment and big agrifood producers. Advocates for natural foods were dismissed as kooks, faddists, and even dangerous quacks. Then, in the 1980s, broad-based support for natural foods began to really take hold. In the last 15 years we have seen an explosion of superstores which feature healthy eating options, while the First Lady goes high-profile with fresh-from-the-garden ingredients and mainstream institutions (hospitals, schools, workplace cafeterias) tout their healthy new eating options. Laura Miller gives us the full natural foods story, from its history to its mass production, distribution and consumption not only of food but other body-care goods. She deals with the role of vegetarianism, organic and sustainable farming, food co-ops, and other practices, placing all this in the context of discussion of private enterprise and social change activities. She features face-to-face interviews with natural foods movement leaders and advocacy groups. She also focuses on movement practices to bolster not only personal health, but the health of the natural environment.
Category: Business & Economics

A Cancer Treatment A Journey On The Transformation Away From Cancer A Fictionalized Autobiographical Tale

Author : John L. McLure
ISBN : 9781329820241
Genre : Science
File Size : 50.89 MB
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The author is describing a cancer treatment that he feels is more humane. His commitment to it brought about a transformation. His participation put him in charge of his own healing A Cancer Treatment is a push to further a cause; a cause that approaches the origin of cancer through the many imbalances in our human existence. He confirms this science by outliving his dismal forecast by 14 Years.
Category: Science