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Vegan-Cookbook-Lover reviewed The Cure Is in the Kitchen: The Strict Healing Phase for the Macrobiotic Diet on
Description from the Publisher, Prestige Publishing (www.prestigepublishing.com):
THE CURE IS IN THE KITCHEN is the first book to ever spell out in detail what all those people ate day to day who cleared their incurable diseases, MS, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, lupus, chronic fatigue, colitis, asthma, migraines, depression, hypertension, heart disease, angina, undiagnosable symptoms, and relentless chemical, food, candida, and electromagnetic sensitivities, as well as terminal cancers.
Dr. Rogers flew to Boston each month to work side by side with Mr. Michio Kushi, as he counseled people at the end of their medical ropes. As their remarkable case histories will show you, nothing is hopeless. Many of these people had failed to improve with surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. Instead their metastases continued to spread. It was only when they were sent home to die in a few weeks, that they turned to the diet.
Medical studies confirmed that this diet has more that tripled the survival from cancers. And the beauty of this diet is that you use God-given whole foods to coax the body into the healing mode...
Part of the DISCLAIMER in this book (Page iv):
Macrobiotics is not a diet to cure cancer. It is a diet, that along with other important lifestyle changes, enables some, but not all people to reach a state of wellness. In fact, the macrobiotic diet actually makes some people feel unwell or worse. Therefore, it definitely is not for everyone.
Chapter 1: You Can't Fight Success
Chapter 2: A Healthy Person Can Eat Anything
Chapter 3: Crushing Cravings
Chapter 4: Beyond the Diet
Chapter 5: Consultation Questionnaire
Chapter 6: What If I'm Too Allergic
Chapter 7: The Discharge
Chapter 8: Don't Soak the Nori
Chapter 9: Anecdotal Case Histories
Chapter 10: The Salt Solution
Chapter 11: Politics of Medicine
The Table of Contents lists all of the subtitles and page numbers in each chapter. There is no Index.