Author: June C. Despain
Release Date: 2004-08
If you always follow the voice of your conscience, are you on safe ground? Do some people at least sometimes have motives of the highest and noblest kind, which ever perhaps existed? Do some people at least sometimes try to be the best person they could and ought to know how to be? On the other side of the grave, is it possible most people will find hell is their preferred destination? If so, why?! How could a truly loving God allow either that a hell should exist or that some people should prefer its eternal torment to the eternal bliss of heaven? Do all of us, as children, "picture" God as the kind of father who comes after you when you do something bad? What is the nature of individuality? Which should one concentrate on the most: not giving offense or not taking offense? What about motives so hidden we ourselves who have them are not aware of either their nature or their presence in us?! Why do some people find it impossible to believe in a God but easy to believe that they themselves are gods from the standpoint of their behavior's merits? Does agnosticism rest on an intellectually sound basis? How does Christianity affect our failure to be the best people we could and ought to be? Is love ever totally unconditional? Which is more important: to avoid hurting other people's feelings or to enlighten them? Those are the kinds of questions considered in the pages of this book. But, why should one be interested in what this book has to say on such issues? I'm quite sure I myself cannot give anyone a truly compelling reason to do so. At best, I can only say this: The answers given herein have done wonders for me. Though, at 64 years of age, I am as alone, lonely, and rejected as anyone I have ever met. (As a child, my parents repeatedly assured me I was nothing to them but the hell they had to endure on Earth in order to escape the hell hereafter. Despite 50 years of heroic effort to keep The Ten Commandments, I'm still so immersed in mortal sin, it strongly suggests that even God totally rejects me; and, though I've written dozens of books and pamphlets, not a one of them has ever drawn anything from book publishers and agents save a myriad of rejections lips...thus forcing me to publish on my own.). The answers in this book leave me at all times as high-spirited, enthusiastic, euphoric, and confident of the future as is anyone else I have ever met. It is no small achievement, to say the very least. May God grant these thoughts do half as much for you.
Author: L. A. Huxley
Publisher: Metamorphous Press
Release Date: 1995-01-01
The life partner of the famed Aldous Huxley offers practical wisdom on how to cope with stress, anxiety, competition, and the uncertainty of the times without going to pieces mentally or physically. You Are Not The Target offers over 30 "recipes" for living which show you how to change, how to influence the elements around you, and how to cope successfully with the problems of the inner and outer world.
Author: Ernest Small
Publisher: NRC Research Press
Release Date: 2009-01-01
Genre: Food crops
Reviews scientific and technological information about the world's major food plants and their culinary uses. This title features a chapter that discusses nutritional and other fundamental scientific aspects of plant foods. It covers various categories of food plants such as cereals, oilseeds, fruits, nuts, vegetables, legumes, herbs, and spices.
The Real Food Diet Cookbook combines the power of advanced nutrition with delicious real recipes for losing weight, feeling great, and transforming your health! This cookbook contains recipes with three things in mind: you love food, you're busy, and you want to look and feel better. Dr. Josh Axe loves food too, and he used to be just like you. He thought eating healthy meant eating sticks and grass, but he found that eating real, natural foods and using proper preparation can make food taste amazing. This book is filled with short, easy recipes that taste incredible and make you feel better. You're going to lose weight and feel great following these simple recipes.
Recounts how the author, after realizing the daunting state of his health at age forty, overcame physical challenges and alcoholism over the course of two years while training for Hawaii's elite Ultraman competition.
Author: Ty M. Bollinger
Publisher: Hay House, Inc
Release Date: 2016-10-25
Genre: Health & Fitness
Cancer touches more lives than you may think. According to the World Health Organization, one out of three women alive today, and one out of two men, will face a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime. To Ty Bollinger, this isn’t just a statistic. It’s personal. After losing seven members of his family to cancer over the course of a decade, Ty set out on a global quest to learn as much as he possibly could about cancer treatments and the medical industry that surrounds the disease. He has written this book to share what he’s uncovered —some of which may shock you —and to give you new resources for coping with cancer in your life or the life of someone you love. As Ty explains, there are many methods we can access to treat and prevent cancer that go well beyond chemotherapy, radiation, and surgery; we just don’t know about them. The Truth about Cancer delves into the history of medicine —all the way back to Hippocrates’s credo of “do no harm” —as well as cutting-edge research showing the efficacy of dozens of unconventional cancer treatments that are helping patients around the globe. You’ll read about the politics of cancer; facts and myths about its causes (a family history is only part of the picture); and the range of tools available to diagnose and treat it. If you’re facing a cancer diagnosis right now, this book may help you and your health-care provider make choices about your next steps. If you’re already undergoing conventional treatment, it may help you support your health during the course of chemo or radiation. If you’re a health-care provider and want to learn all you can to help your patients, it will expand your horizons and inspire you with true stories of successful healing. And if you just want to see cancer in a new light, it will open your eyes.
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.
A transformative family lifestyle guide on the power of plant-based eating—with 120 recipes—from world-renowned vegan ultra-distance athlete Rich Roll and his chef wife Julie Piatt Created by renowned vegan ultra-distance athlete and high-profile wellness advocate Rich Roll and his chef wife Julie Piatt, The Plantpower Way shares the joy and vibrant health they and their whole family have experienced living a plant-based lifestyle. Bursting with inspiration, practical guidance, and beautiful four-color photography, The Plantpower Way has more than 120 delicious, easy-to-prepare whole food recipes, including hearty breakfasts, lunches, and dinners, plus healthful and delicious smoothies and juices, and decadent desserts. But beyond the plate, at its core, The Plantpower Way is a plant-centric lifestyle primer that finally provides the modern family with a highly accessible roadmap to long-term wellness and vibrant body, mind, and spirit health. The Plantpower Way is better than a diet: It's a celebration of a delicious, simple, and sustainable lifestyle that will give families across the country a new perspective and path to living their best life. From the Hardcover edition.
Author: Marius Emeka
Release Date: 2013-04-17
Genre: Health & Fitness
Cancer is a lot like fire, both need certain things in order to exist and spread. Fire needs air, wood, and dry conditions. Cancer needs a lack of oxygen, extreme acid pH, and a weak immune system. Fire creates smoke and cancer creates tumors. And just as smoke is an indication of fire, a malignant tumor is an indication of a cancerous process that must be stopped. Tumors are symptoms of cancer, and getting rid of them does not eliminate cancer any more than swatting away smoke puts out a fire. This book is about stopping the process that causes tumors to appear. Instead of swatting at smoke, this book helps you put out the fire. Fear Cancer No More begins by discussing the nature of cancer seen from the cellular level. It proceeds to discuss how making the body chemistry less acidic, giving it more digestive enzymes, introducing more oxygen, and strengthening the immune system all make for greater internal healing power. It contains a recipe section, a Q & A section, and information about the benefits of detoxifying the body and reducing stress. The book is written in a user-friendly way as it discusses the nature of cancer as a process that gives rise to tumor symptoms. Most importantly, it's about dietary and lifestyle changes one can initiate to make the body a place where cancer is not welcomed. The first edition of this book, published in 2002, has been well received, and it is believed that this second edition will get an even greater reception.