Cancer is not incurable, if you follow the advice found in Different Approach in Natural Healing: Conquer Cancer and Other Diseases with Simple Foods.
Written by Tom Wu, RND, PhD, this guide to alternative medicine breaks down the barriers between Eastern and Western philosophies in order to provide readers healthy, effective ways of battling disease.
Dr. Wu first explains how the body's immune system, including phytochemicals, the biological clock, blood type, vitamins, and thyroid function, all work together to act as nature's best self-healer.
Readers then learn the simple foods that contain amazing healing powers, from fruits and vegetables to spices and mushrooms, followed by the requirements that make up a healthy lifestyle, including sample dietary plans, a skin care regimen, and tips on lowering cholesterol.
This guide also contains twenty-four of Dr. Wu's innovative smoothie recipes, with each one specifically designed to address individual ailments or body parts. Lastly, Dr. Wu features moving testimonials from former patients who have experienced firsthand the wondrous healing powers of this unique program.
Instead of just treating the symptoms, learn how to identify and cure the disease itself with the help of Dr. Wu.
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About the Author
Dr. Tom Wu, RND, PhD, earned degrees in medicine, naturopathy, and nutrition. A board-certified naturopathic medical doctor and a licensed naturopath practitioner for the Wellness Selfcare Center in California, Dr. Wu is also the founder of Selfcare Healing Art.
Inspired to write his book, Dr. Tom Wu's Different Approach in Natural Healing , by his diagnosis of lung cancer at the age of thirty, Dr. Wu used his knowledge of conquering disease through the use of natural foods to defy the odds.
As a worldwide holistic physician, health minister, and educator, he has received numerous awards from around the world, including the Highest Gold OX for Outstanding Achievement to National Medicine award from Beijing, the Albert Schweitzer Prize for Medicine from Australia, and the Community Service award by CAM Committees.