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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2003

    A Book Review

    As many people know, suffering from allergies is often times easier than following the doctor's advice to control them. Nambudripad addresses this issue in her book, 'Say Good-Bye To Illness.' The book 'Say Good-Bye To Illness' is an excellent resource book. It is filled with practical advice and tips on how to treat allergies with complete success. Over the years Nambudripad's name has been maligned and sneered at as she pioneered the idea that it's not just heredity and pathogens that lead to chronic illness but unseen allergies accumulated over time. Allergies have always been presented to Americans as the hay fever sufferer or the anaphylactic peanut-eater. But millions of Americans are suffering from allergies to things they come in contact with daily and don't show up as a sneeze or anaphylactic shock but eventually lead to serious chronic illness. Traditional medical treatments are a miserable failure as attested to by many of our chronically ill. As the drugs and medicines have been added to the mix instead of noninvasive NAET treatments, Americans are suffering complications and a prognosis of continual deterioration. Dr. Nambudripad's proposal that treating allergies with NAET (Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Technique) can lead to eradicating illness and better health for a host of chronically ill patients has been vindicated. The NAET is a 4 step approach. Step 1 is where you begin treating the basic 10 immune boosters to tip the scale to bolster your immune system and get the immune system up and running to continue to Step 2. In this step you begin to treat individual allergies you may have to foods, substances, the environment, (any and all allergies and/or sensitivities) and these are continued based on your condition and rate of recovery. Some patients need three NAET treatments per week to start and then taper off as their condition improves. Step 3 is where you begin to assimilate and understand how NAET works to return you to a state of health and in Step 4 you learn to test and treat allergies on yourself. 'Say Good-Bye to Illness' discusses each of these steps and concentrates mainly on Steps 3 and 4. 'The Naet Guide Book' is the companion book to 'Say Good-Bye to Illness' and it is a must read for every patient starting out on their NAET journey and it focuses mainly on Steps 1 and 2. 'Say Good-Bye To Illness' covers in great detail how Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques work. The first section of the book through Chapter 7 delves into what the techniques are and why and how they work. The second section, Chapter 8 through Chapter 11, describes NAET through the explanation of muscle response testing, causes of disease, and the discovery of NAET, to the role that Chinese medicine and the acupuncture meridians play in this exciting new health treatment. Some of my favorite chapters are found in the third section of the book. Chapters 12 through Chapter 22 detail how specific allergies effect different organs in the body from the digestive system, respiratory system, skin, joints, genitourinary, circulatory, and nervous systems to the myriad of miscellaneous disorders like addictions, yeast, candidiasis, mold, fungus, CFS, eye disorders, pain disorders, autism, asthma and so many more. This section's explanations are dotted with over 100 success stories to give the reader a pleasant break from the medical details and also affords the reader a moment to reflect how patients have backed up Nambudripad's medical explanations in these chapters. Extraordinary, yummy stories from patient-volunteered testimonials. These are NAET patients' tales about their individual journeys and amazing successes in ridding their bodies of their plaguing pains and illnesses and how NAET has successfully eradicated health conditions like peanut anaphylaxis, allergy to shellfish, constant sciatic pain, food allergies, hives, irritable bowl syndrome, Crohn's disease, colitis, lactose intol

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  • Posted April 18, 2010

    since i am struggling with some health issues, i have read countless books about health related subjects. i came across this book and orderded it from the web sit it arrived in 3 days just for my journey with this book to begin.

    this book is very infomative in a totally new concept. it is a new approch to diagnose and treat allergies and many many other illnesses. dr. Devi nambudripad as a former sufferer from allerg dealt with the core of this problem and treated herself and others with respect to the mind and body as a whole. not only treating the symptoms, but tackling the origin of the illness. after i enjoyed reading the book, i made an appointement with a NAET doctor and had the first treament. i hope that i will benefit from this approch and recommend the book to everybody as a preventive and theraputive daring step.

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