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Posted February 18, 2005
Turning away from a money drunk industry
This book is a wonderful self help guide!I think it is sad that we are taught to be afraid of caring for our own bodies. Put an end to the reliance of conventional doctors and medicines.
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Posted February 19, 2000
Cured my husband's back pain
After suffering for over 10 years with sporadic back pain, with the last year being the worst ever, my husband decided to try Dr. Clark's kidney cleanse. Somedays he could barely walk, and his life was miserable without being able to exercise, run or be active. We even lost our health insurance coverage on his back due to the problems. So, we had absolutely nothing to lose by trying the kidney cleanse, and everything to gain. Dr. Clark claims that back pain is due to oxalic acid crystals in the kidneys, from things like tea and cooked greens, and flushing this out will cure back ailments. My husband has done the kidney cleanse for six weeks now, and he is an absolutely new man! He can run and jump, exercise, be active, it is great! He is a believer now, and will use the kidney cleanse regularly. We also have done the liver cleanse with excellent results, and have built our own zapper and will use it the rest of our lives. She has made a big difference in our health. The only thing I disagree with Dr. Clark about is her fondness for boiled milk as a good source of calcium. Milk and dairy products are the most mucous forming foods you can eat, and are tainted with too many chemicals, hormones and antibiotics today to be considered safe and healthy. We avoid ALL diary products unless organically produced. But calcium is found in abundant quantities in fresh leafy greens. Getting calcium from fresh vegetables makes better sense. All in all, this book is an excellent reference tool, and anyone with any ailment should look here first before wasting too much time and money on doctors who don't understand the value of natural healing.
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Posted August 6, 2009
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