Self Heal By Design- The Role Of Micro-Organisms For Health By Barbara O'Neill
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The body can self heal by its very design, and you can design a program that will enable the body to do the very thing it was made to do - heal itself."--Publisher description.
Well-written and mostly easy to understand, this book has given me a much deeper understanding of the inner works of the body and how to stay healthy! She goes in depth on the acid/alkaline balance of the body and how to restore balance with 8 habits:Self Heal By Design is an easy to read book that explains the role of micro-organisms in our bodies health and healing. The conditions required for good liver function, maintaining the correct acid and alkaline balance at the cell level, eliminating candida and finding a diet that delivers consistent and vibrant health, are explained in a logical and common sense style. With charts, recipes and graphs that aid this learning adventure. Self Heal By Design will be a reference book that will assist the reader on their quest for a longer, enlightened, and healthier life. This new book challenges the medical model of the psychotherapist as healer who merely applies the proper nostrum to make the client well. Instead, the authors view the therapist as a coach, collaborator, and teacher who frees up the client's innate tendency to heal. This book offers provocative reading for clinicians intrigued by the process of therapy and the process of change.
Barbara O'Neill is an amazing teacher, tutor and advisor! She takes the vast amount of knowledge she has consumed & experienced and brings all the good stuff together for the reader. Where have I seen these before? More of that Seventh Day Adventist wisdom! Each point is covered fully.
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The first third of the book covers yeast (including candida) and fungus and how to control them. There's evidence that the spores of asomycete fungi seem to be involved in the cause of cancer. "The fungal spores in their cell wall and deficient forms inside the human cell are able to incorporate their DNA with the human DNA to create a hybrid or mutated cell. The cell now changes from aerobic (in the presence of oxygen) to anaerobic (the absence of oxygen) respiration. This anaerobic respiration gives off lactic acid, which in turn lowers the pH of the body. Fungus and disease thrive in an acid pH. As the fungal cell is now merged with the human cell, it escapes destruction by the white blood cell because the white blood cell now sees it as a human cell." Yikes! Both cancer and fungus like anaerobic, acidic conditions, and both thrive on sugar. I suspect this is not a coincidence. Our servers are getting hit pretty hard right now. To continue shopping, enter the characters as they are shown
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