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Book details
  • SubGenre:Diseases / Cancer
  • Language:English
  • Pages:64
  • eBook ISBN:9780964012578

Cancer's Best Medicine

A Self-Help and Wellness Guide

by Mauris Emeka

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This clearly written and easy to follow book offers information about diet and lifestyle changes that can prevent and help overcome cancer. The focus is on nourishing the body and living life so that the environment in the body is unwelcoming for cancer. It includes specific guidelines to pursue daily dietary changes, suggested recipes, and an extensive Q & A section filled with pertinent information.
The true focus of Cancer's Best Medicine is that you can nourish the body so that cancer cannot thrive; you can halt the underlying cancer process that gives rise to tumors. Orthodox treatment of tumor symptoms misses the mark by failing to address the cause of cancer at the cellular level. A person must bring about an environment within the body where the process of cancer cannot thrive. The good news is that it is within our capability through diet and lifestyle changes to make our body chemistry less acidic and more alkaline, and richer in digestive enzymes and oxygen. The book reminds the reader that we can live our lives in ways that enhance the immune system. By doing these things we enhance our body's own healing power, while preventing cancer from getting a free ride to do its dirty work. Read this book, and when you finish it you will very likely want to share with friends and loved ones the timely and well-researched information that it offers.
About the author
The author has been researching and writing about cancer since 2001, the same year his wife of 36 years died from cancer. Mr. Emeka is a retired U.S. Army officer who has written this easy to follow 64-page book along with two others on those same topic. He holds a masters degree in business administration.