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Healing Foods for Modern Ills: Nutritional Wisdom from Edgar Cayce, Traditional Diets, and Todays Science Simone Gabbay

Healing Foods for Modern Ills: Nutritional Wisdom from Edgar Cayce, Traditional Diets, and Todays Science

Simone Gabbay

Published July 27th 2011
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44 pages
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Healing Foods for Modern Ills: Nutritional Wisdom from Edgar Cayce, Traditional Diets, and Modern Science outlines the holistic nutritional recommendations given in the readings of the renowned Christian mystic, visionary, and Father of HolisticMoreHealing Foods for Modern Ills: Nutritional Wisdom from Edgar Cayce, Traditional Diets, and Modern Science outlines the holistic nutritional recommendations given in the readings of the renowned Christian mystic, visionary, and Father of Holistic Medicine Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) and correlates them with traditional diets, as well as with modern scientific findings.CONTENTS:Food as MedicineBuilding Immunity with Vegetables and FruitGiving Your Health a Juice BoostWhen Less Is BetterBeware of Mainstream Health FoodsThe Value of Ancestral Diets: A Question of Whole Foods, Digestion, and AssimilationWho Needs Nutritional Supplements?Weight Loss and the Calorie-Counting MythSalt or No Salt?Diet and CancerHigh-Fiber Diet for DiabetesNutritional Support for ArthritisThis comprehensive e-booklet is a stand-alone topic excerpt from the book Visionary Medicine: Real Hope for Total Healing by Simone Gabbay.ABOUT THE AUTHORSimone Gabbay, RNCP, is a holistic nutritionist, writer, and editor in Toronto, Canada. She is the author of three books based on the readings of the late Christian mystic and clairvoyant Edgar Cayce: Nourishing the Body Temple: Edgar Cayces Approach to Nutrition, Edgar Cayces Diet Plan for Optimal Health and Weight Loss, and Visionary Medicine: Real Hope for Total Healing, from which this e-booklet is excerpted.Simone writes a nutrition column for Venture Inward magazine, the membership magazine of the Association for Research and Enlightenment (A.R.E.) in Virginia Beach, Virginia, USA, and the Body, Mind, and Soul column for The Open Road, the membership magazine of Edgar Cayce Canada. She has contributed articles to many other publications, including the popular Canadian health magazine alive.Visit Simones websites at simonegabbay.com and edgarcaycediet.com[Cover design by Benjamin Gabbay]