Eat to Beat Cancer

Dr Rosy Daniel and Jane Sen are a 'dream team' of authors, who complement each other's knowledge and skills in an amazingly effective way.

This important book, with a Foreword by Professor Karol Sikora, is an authoritative yet accessible book (175 pages) which summarizes the major aspects of food, our diet and cancer.

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Dr Atkins Vita-Nutrient Solution: Nature's answer to drugs

This is a superb nutritional reference book which will be zooming straight onto my shelf, very much a worthy companion to the classic Nutritional Medicine by Dr Stephen Davies and Dr Alan Stewart (Pan Books, 1987).

Dr Atkins is of course very famous for his other book Dr Atkins New Diet Revolution, in which he espouses a higher fat/low carbohydrate regime to counter insulin resistance (see also review of X Factor Diet by Leslie Kenton).

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Dancing with the Devil - Survival for Healers and Therapists

 

This is an unusual book, which I have read with considerable absorption. It addresses important topics of psychic and energy protection for practitioners, consideration of the energy effects upon students of undergoing Reiki training, as well as the consequences for Reiki students of undergoing successive Reiki attunements too quickly, overloading the coping ability of their energy system.

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Colours of the Soul

An extract from the book

Mary experiences a turning point

'I first learned I had cancer of the colon in 1996. The news was devastating – I couldn't believe this was happening to me. My first thoughts were to look for someone to help me. As a practising homeopath I turned to complementary medicine for help, as well as help from the medical profession. I telephoned the Bristol Cancer Help Centre. I had read about how they worked with people with cancer and how they addressed the spiritual as well as the physical needs of patients. I thought it would be a good place to start.

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Destructive Emotions and How We Can Overcome Them

A Dialogue with The Dalai Lama Narrated by Daniel Goleman

This large (>400 pages), masterful and spellbinding work is compelling and awesome in all its aspects:

1. Its unique subject matter – an exploration of the links between destructive emotions such as anger, fear and jealousy, and the neurobiology and neuropsychology of our minds;

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Cure Your Allergies

This book makes important contributions regarding the entire clinical process of identifying and eliminating the numerous miserable conditions associated with allergies. The book is refreshingly eclectic in content, in that the author, an acupuncture practitioner of long-standing, is working with both allergy testing (primarily IgG, for delayed response allergic reactions, or food intolerance) and Five Element Acupuncture.

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Cancer Recovery Guide and Cancer the Complete Recovery Guide

I was a huge advocate of Jonathan Chamberlain's earlier book Fighting Cancer: A Survival Guide (Headline 1997, 1998), in which Jonathan recounted how his wife Bernadette had been diagnosed with cancer, that she had followed the advice of the oncologists and underwent all the prescribed treatments – surgery, radiation and chemotherapy – and had died a year later.

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Death by Medicine

Death by Medicine the book is less than 250 pages, yet speaks volumes; its message is shocking, persuasive and speaks for itself through the more than 360 references to the published scientific and medical literature.

The authors, Gary Null, PhD with co-authors Martin Felman MD, Debora Rasio MD and Carolyn Dean MD ND have meticulously reviewed and compiled the scientific published evidence regarding the scale of unnecessary hospitalizations, in-hospital adverse reactions to prescribed drugs, unnecessary and/or inappropriate antibiotics prescribed, unnecessary medical and surgical procedures performed each year and perhaps the most shocking statistic of all - the total number of deaths caused by conventional medicine – nearly 800,000 people per year. The American medicine system is the leading cause of death and injury in the US – 800,000, compared with heart disease – 652,091 and cancer – 559,312.

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Conversations with the Body - The True Sixth Sense Story of a Medical Intuitive

But the brain tumour was unchanged. I left it alone and asked God for direction. After Donna left I went on puzzling about what to do for her and prayed for guidance. As soon as I opened my eyes at six the following morning, I thought of Donna. Early in my journey towards healing I had discovered I could work on clients' bodies from afar. I tuned into her body. It was now receiving stronger energy from her partially cleared energy field.

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Breaking the Bonds - Understanding Depression, Finding Freedom

Dorothy Rowe is undoubtedly my all-time favourite author. Dr Rowe, now retired, was born in Australia, and worked as a teacher and child psychologist prior to obtaining her Ph.D in the UK. She was head of North Lincolnshire Department of Clinical Psychology 1972-86.

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