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Author: M. A. Frost
ISBN: 0965694089
Language: English
Pages: 93 pages
Category: Alternative Medicine
Publisher: Ten Eyck Acupressure Reflexology; 3rd edition (February 1, 1997)
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Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is a starting point for all those who want to be healthy. In the spirit of true investigative reporting, it walks you quickly and succinctly, step by step, through health basics that most people skip over in their thought processes about health. Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is a compilation of various nutritional studies, many of which have not reached widespread public awareness. Without mainstream distribution channels, the book is in its 5th printing, has sold over 32,000 copies internationally, and is just recently gaining broad exposure.

People are thirsty for this information. Unfortunately, most people read the same things over and over again about health and nutrition. They know the language. They have read the intimate details of how and why to eat low fat, and have read books or articles on how some "new vitamin" will cure a disease. Most people assume that if they know these things, they then know a lot about health and nutrition. What they are really learning are fads, trends, and bold-faced lies. The microbites of true nutritional information are buried underneath these erroneous "health facts".

So, how do you find these hidden facts? What do you need to know that plants your feet firmly in the truth, so that everything starts to become crystal clear? Going Back to the Basics of Human Health starts your voyage into the dark worlds of food, supplement, and medical politics. Hopefully, it will give you a new view of "high-tech" as it is applied to your health. Mankind, through science, has developed rockets that take us to the moon, telescopes that can see Mars, magnetic resonating devices that can see inside the human body, computers, and all sorts of gadgets that have totally changed the way we live. So the assumption is made that the same scientific care that is taken in getting a rocket off the ground has been taken and is being taken in keeping us well. Not so!

Very few people are truly well. The news media has labeled it a health care crisis because the majority of people cannot pay their lifetime medical expenses... and no one else can either. We are led from one "new scientific breakthrough" to another, from one "new medical discovery" to another, and yet people are getting more and more sick. Millions of people suffer from indigestion, insomnia, depression, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, fatigue, ADD, infertility, obesity, frequent colds that they can't get over, asthma, impotency, and hormonal problems, just to name a few.

Most of what we see and hear is manipulated to wipe out our common sense and convince us that this is just the way it is. People become lulled into complacency when they should be outraged. How many people notice how prevalent being sick in our society really is? If they don't see it in the news over and over again, they figure that is just isn't so. But, many pertinent health issues do not make the front-page news because most journalists obtain their information from statements given to them by organizations or individuals that have vested interests.

"Knowledge is Power" is an often quoted phrase. Being educated helps one make informed decisions about anything in life. One of the interesting things about Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is that the doctors quoted in the latter part of the book are themselves ignorant of the information in the first two-thirds of the book. By reading this book, you know more than most health professionals do today. By reading the suggested reading list, you will know more than you thought possible.

Comments (7)
Jorius
I have a holistic medical experience with our former family doctor [Dr. John Baron, who retired in his early nineties] and therefore open to the material contained within this book [I have the first print edition that was available through his office].

I recently lowered my cholesterol by 31 points [244 to 203] in a period of about 40 days, using the information in the book [didn't take any meds]. There is no conclusive evidence that what I did was the sole cause of the drop in points or that the results would be typical, but I have a hard time believing that it was mere coincidence. If there is validity in what I did and the results, isn't it worth a look? A relative of mine, a physician, has cholesterol approaching the 300's and I doubt he would even consider trying the non-pharmaceutical alternative. The average physician will undoubtedly poo-poo it anyway as unsubstantiated nonsense. Incidentally, my family doctor sent me a Dear John letter [with no explanation] and I suspect it has something to do with my belief that the responsibility of maintaining proper health first lies with the individual, and then the physician.

If you are thirsting for more than conventional medical wisdom, are dissatisfied with treatments that have not really proved effective or have suspicions or doubts based on direct or indirect experiences, then take a look at this book. It's easy to understand and a rather light at only 99 pages. I guarantee that you will be astonished by what you learn because much of it is very contrary to what we have grow up believing. Which begs the question: If there is any validity to the content, why isn't there more interest from the medical community - especially since expensive high-tech medicine does not always provide lasting solutions? All I know is that lab work doesn't lie. And you have nothing to loose if addressing a chronic condition involves merely changing your diet and/or lifestyle. Just break it to your physician gently, lest you offend him/her.
Pryl
This is easy reading and has the best information when beginning your change for the better. I first saw a copy of this book in my functional medicine doctor's waiting room. It is loaded with valuable information.
Diab
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Yggfyn
Simple, yet crucial, information that everyone should know. This booklet is a wealth of knowledge, and I am so happy with the condition and shipping speed.
Kelerana
Great book to help you understand how important proper nutrition is and how to eat right.
Gietadia
It's a pretty good book. Doesn't answer all the questions but is a good basic addendum to a complete library. Especially if you appreciate Standard Process.
Dancing Lion
Interesting read!
Although I agree with many of the views of this author, I found this book frustrating to read. It was written like one of those overbearing e-mails you get with lots of capitalized and bolded text. Though studies were referenced, sources were often not clearly or properly cited. The flow was also confusing and the book lacked specific recommendations (e.g. although there is a whole section on protein and the importance of consuming enough, there are no recommendations on what amounts of protein are appropriate). With some competent editing support, I think this book could have been much more compelling and effective. Essentially, I support the intent of the book, but I didn't find it to be effective.