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  • Kandeda Trefil "Feloni S. S. Salt" - A PHYSICIAN'S experience with PARKINSON'S DISEASE and the ONE-MINUTE CURE

    When my husband correctly diagnosed himself with PD (Parkinson's disease) 20 years ago, the medical mantra was right out of the Book of Job, except instead of the comforter's saying, "Curse God and die," up-to-date, conventional, Western medicine unanimously advised, "Take Sinemet and die." Not content with that, he has tried many different approaches and medicines hoping to extend his life, including CHELATION (in case his symptoms were due to heavy-metal poisoning), ingesting HUMAN GROWTH HORMONE, use of CHINESE HERBS and ACUPUNCTURE, various PSYCHOTHERAPIES, self-inclusion in a number of WELLNESS GROUPS, making DIETARY CHANGES and ADDITIONS including a wide variety of NUTRACEUTICALS, experimenting with MASSAGE, and ultimately, of course, entering HOSPICE.

    To be fair, until now, by far the best medicine he tried was cannabis leaves.

    However, in less than two weeks of hydrogen-peroxide therapy as outlined in The One-Minute Cure, each day Dr Trefil's body discards or initiates the process of discarding new symptoms and/or syndromes of PD.

    He approached THE ONE-MINUTE CURE with serious reservations, but then he was skeptical of every medicine or protocol he was about to adopt. Fortunately, Dr Trefil is no fan of the pharmaceutical industry.

    THANK YOU MADISON CAVANAUGH! I have my husband back, and he's getting healthier every day!

  • Sheridan - Thank you! A pregnancy book based on facts!!!

    During my first pregnancy, I found myself spending a lot of time fact-checking the litany of medical recommendations prescribed to expecting moms and was surprised to find how few of them were based on actual scientific evidence. I wished there was a book like this that had done the research for me and presented the facts and relative risks in a way that let me decide for myself what to eat, drink and do - it would have saved me a lot of time and anxiety! Women deserve to enjoy themselves and their pregnancies without unnecessarily worrying or restricting their lives.

    I think that the negative reviews for this book come from those who have a particular axe to grind about alcohol use during pregnancy. There is no doubt that drinking in excess is a problem, much the same way that many things in excess are bad for you - even prenatal vitamins (there's a big difference between one a day and the whole bottle!). Fruit juice even contains small amounts of alcohol, so by the logic of no amount is "100% safe", should pregnant women add morning OJ on the list of things not to eat? One of the most risky thing that you can do pregnant, by far, to endanger yourself and your child is to drive a car. Should you only get behind the wheel when it's absolutely necessary? Skip meeting friends for dinner? Or trips to the mall? Order groceries online? The truth is, there is no such thing as a risk free pregnancy, and women deserve to make decisions based on sound facts.

    Cheers!