Download Free The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting Book in PDF and EPUB Free Download. You can read online The Science And Fine Art Of Fasting and write the review.

In presenting this volume on fasting I am well aware of existing prejudices against the procedure. It has long been the practice to feed the sick and to stuff the weak on the theory that “the sick must eat to keep up their strength.” It is very unpleasant to many to see long established customs broken, and long cherished prejudices set at naught, even when a great good is to be achieved. “Shall we not respect the accumulated wisdom of the three thousand years?,” ask the defenders of the regular school and their feeding and drugging practices. Where, we ask, is the wisdom for us to respect? We see little more than an accumulation of absurdities and barbarities. “The accumulated wisdom of three thousand years!” Look at sick humanity around you; look at the mortality reports; look at generation after generation cut off in the very spring-time of life, and then talk of wisdom or science! In this volume we offer you real wisdom and true science—we offer you the accumulated wisdom of many thousands of years, wisdom that will still be good when the mass of weakening, poisoning and mischief-inflicting methods of regular medicine are forgotten.
The Sun Cure is the modern reissue of Herbert Shelton's 1934-now public domain--work, Hygienic System Vol II, under an arguably more compelling title. Our goal is to provide easy access to this treasure trove of vital information for the benefit of the general public's health and healing.
Ayurveda is widely considered to be one of the oldest health care traditions still in practice today. Originating in India over 3,000 years ago, it is now increasingly recognized and practiced globally including in many European countries and the United States. Food and nutrition play a crucial role in the health care wisdom of Ayurveda. The Ayurvedic Science of Food and Nutrition discusses the various principles of healthy eating as prescribed by Ayurveda. Divided into three sections, it addresses the fundamentals, the clinical applications, and the future challenges of Ayurveda. Specifically, the book discusses issues such as the concept of diet, the use of food as medicine, especially to treat diabetes and cancer, convalescent food practices, and fasting therapy. The Ayurvedic Science of Food and Nutrition is unique in that it is one of the only books to investigate the scientific rationale behind Ayurveda, enabling this health care tradition to potentially be incorporated into a Western clinical practice model when this latter conventional therapy is found to be ineffective.
This is the first book devoted exclusively to the Master Cleanse since Stanley Burroughs wrote the original book in 1976. Written in a clear, simple style, it is based on the author's coaching hundreds of people, both live and on one of the largest Internet bulletin boards. It covers the widespread nature of obesity, the body's method of handling toxins by storing them in fat cells, how to do the cleanse, what detox symptoms are, what to do about them and what pitfalls to avoid. This book also contains personal experiences from scores of people as they did the cleanse day by, what to expect, which days are the worst, how the cleanse affects women, what ingredients to buy and answers the 70 most frequently asked questions. The author, Peter Glickman, has been a chiropractic clinic director, chelation clinic director (alternative medical procedure for plugged arteries), contributing editor to an online alternative health newsletter and president of two computer software companies.
Understand the different types of fasts, and experience improved weight loss, spiritual renewal, and optimal health.
Dieters and anyone who wants to lose weight in a healthy and balanced way will find a plethora of safe and wholesome methods, recipes, and nutrition facts in this holistic look at wellness. By exposing the eating problems that lead to allergies, depression, cellulite, dermatitis, ear infections, obesity, fatigue, frequent colds, and flu, this nutritional guide shows how a natural plan of eating can cure these ailments, leading to pure and vibrant health. Packed with encouraging anecdotes from the author's own struggles with health and size, as well as testimonials of those who have tried these methods and found success, readers will relate to these stories that show them they are not alone in their struggles and encourage them to forge ahead on the path to wellness. Not just a diet program, this resource focuses on whole-body health—including exercise, water intake, and life choices—and will benefit anyone who would like to enhance their overall fitness, combat disease, or enjoy food while experiencing improved levels of health and energy.
Raw foodists maintain that only uncooked foods are fit to eat, that cooked foods are the cause of virtually all disease. This book offers advice on becoming a raw foodist and explains in layman's terms the value of the raw food diet.

Best Books