World Without Cancer

Author:
Publisher: Amer Media
ISBN: UVA:X004405098
Release Date: 1997
Genre: Health & Fitness

pt.1 The science of cancer therapy --pt.2. The politics of cancer therapy.

Free radical

Author: Ralph W. Moss
Publisher: Paragon House Publishers
ISBN: UOM:39015018519234
Release Date: 1988-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

Traces the life of the Nobel Prize-winning biochemist, describes his work as a scientist teacher, and anti-war activist, and attempts to depict his complex personality

Healing the Symptoms Known As Autism

Author: Kerri Rivera
Publisher:
ISBN: 0989289001
Release Date: 2013-05-24
Genre: Autism

As of May 2013, 93 children previously diagnosed with regressive autism were able to shed their autism diagnosis, their symptoms, and return to an overall state of health and vitality using the protocols revealed in this book. Kerri Rivera has outlined a very complete approach to autism recovery that includes an understanding of the importance of Biofilm theory and protocol. She recommends safe interventions that do no harm, and are helping to confront a growing epidemic. Kerri Rivera's approach includes common sense dietary recommendations, the use of supplements to restore balance to the body and immune system, as well as mild oxidative therapies to address chronic infection and inflammation. She has taken children who were in the throes of autism (meaning chronic illness) to healing. The symptoms being labeled as autism are fading away, the children are talking and socializing, and their ATEC scores prove beyond a shadow of a doubt what their parents are claiming: their children no longer have autism. Kerri Rivera's grasp of a biomedical approach to Autism recovery, paired with her passion for service has allowed families of all socioeconomic backgrounds to have what they might never have otherwise found: a means by which to help their children. This book contains over 120 testimonials from parents (and some of the children themselves) describing their journey and resulting success.

Fear Cancer No More

Author: Marius Emeka
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 9780964012585
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.

Pulse Width Modulation for Power Converters

Author: D. Grahame Holmes
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0471208140
Release Date: 2003-10-03
Genre: Technology & Engineering

* The first single volume resource for researchers in the field who previously had to depend on separate papers and conference records to attain a working knowledge of the subject. * Brings together the field's diverse approaches into an integrated and comprehensive theory of PWM

Cancer s Best Medicine

Author: Mauris Emeka
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 9780964012578
Release Date: 2013-04-17
Genre: Health & Fitness

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.

Fighting Cancer Twenty Different Ways

Author: Francisco Contreras
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 9781591856313
Release Date: 2005
Genre: Medical

Twenty specific things you can do to lower your risk of getting cancer or improve your change of surviving the disease.

The IBD Healing Plan and Recipe Book

Author: Christie A. Korth
Publisher: Hunter House
ISBN: 9780897936132
Release Date: 2012-04-10
Genre: Health & Fitness

Nearly 1.4 million Americans suffer from inflammatory bowel disease and this number climbs every year. Christie Korth, a nutrition expert, helps those with Crohn's and ulcerative colitis understand their food intolerances and lays out a holistic approach to dealing with their IBD that can help them lead healthy and pain-free lives. Korth also helps the reader explore the possibility of emotional involvement in the disease onset, making this the first book to address both the nutritional and the emotional factors of the disease. Korth herself suffered IBD and writes with insight, supplementing the nutritional and lifestyle information in the book with her own account of achieving wellness. She also includes stories of IBD relief told by those who have worked with her. The compassionate tone, understanding, and humor in this book offer emotional support for the reader, which is a key component for his or her recovery. Much of the focus of the book is on nutrition, and Korth introduces and explains menu planning, food choices, the concept of heating and cooling foods, common Crohn's disease drug side effects and how to counter act them nutritionally, acid/alkaline imbalance and the major one--food intolerance. The nutritional information is enhanced by a thorough discussion of beneficial vitamins, herbs, natural chemicals that readers can take to supplement their diets. Korth shares tips on what to buy and how to take certain supplements, giving readers a complete idea of the nutritional options available to them. In addition to the groundbreaking information on digestive wellness, this book contains 100 recipes suitable for those with IBD. All recipes -- for everything from beverages to vegetables, from salad to dessert -- are free of the top eight common allergens. There are recipes that are supportive to those having a flare up, and lists of foods you should eat and foods you should avoid. The book is also complete with shopping substitution cards for those who have food intolerance. Along with the abundance of recipes, Korth includes daily ideas for lunches "on the go" so busy readers can eat convenient, healthy meals. The book also includes sample menus, exercises, worksheets, and personal habit quizzes that can help readers reflect on their own habits and explore the benefits of committing to digestive health. Illustrations, photos, and charts enhance the book's message, and a directory of helpful websites directs readers to further information. The IBD Healing Plan and Recipe Book gives readers the knowledge they need to manage their pain and offers companionate emotional support during the process. The book does not advocate a "one size fits all" solution, nor does it leave readers reliant on prescription drugs or surgery. Its recipe and diet advice allows readers to achieve digestive health. Though Korth is not claiming to cure IBD, she believes that with appropriate intervention, there is great hope for someone to live symptom-free using natural methods.

The Breast Stays Put

Author: Pamela Hoeppner
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 9781604771039
Release Date: 2008-01-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

After running her own successful business in Wellness Alternatives, Hoeppner was diagnosed with a malignant, fast-growing breast cancer. In her inspiring book, she shares her courageous story of overcoming a deadly diagnosis, and provides prevention and treatment information. (Practical Life)

Top 100 Food Plants

Author: Ernest Small
Publisher: NRC Research Press
ISBN: 9780660198583
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 Elements of Murder

Author: John Emsley
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 9780191517358
Release Date: 2005-04-28
Genre: Science

How can a chemical we need on a daily basis to keep us healthy be fatal at a different dose? Why should elements that are intrinsically dangerous be used in medicine? How did poisoners use the chemical properties of chemicals to cover their tracks? Emsley gives detailed histories of five of the most toxic elements - arsenic, antimony, lead, mercury, and thallium, highlighting some of the most famous murders and how the murderers used the chemical properties of elements to hide what they were doing. He shows how the elements have been behind many modern day environmental catastrophes including accidental mass poisonings from lead and arsenic, and the Minamata Bay Disaster in Japan. The array of fascinating stories shows how chemicals have impacted the lives of people ranging from the Greeks and Romans to Newton, Napoleon, Lucrezia Borgia, Mozart, Nelson Mandela, and Saddam Hussein. Emsley also touches on subjects close to home: cot deaths, laxatives, venereal disease, alleged cures for acne, hangovers, and insanity.