Anybody read this book?
Sounds interesting, although rather expensive at $89.00
I couldn't find any "real" reviews on line.
are you suprised? who knew my dad could get rid of his diabetes by merely buying this book.
im sorry but i smell a scam.
A rule I live by: any person or organization that claims to know "the truth" is a scam or a crackpot.
If you're talking about "Patient, Heal Thyself," I'd recommend giving it a second glance. It's helped my Crohn's disease in proportion to the amount I've been willing to follow its advice (which admitadly varies). And only a few suppliments are necessary: probiotics (which are good for you anyway) and rice bran complex (also very good for you anyway). The rest you can use as a standard instead of a rule (eat less sugar and wheat).
I'd never give up my GI, though.
I read the website you gave and if I were you, I would save your money. I have a feeling they are going to tell you the following:
-trans fat is bad
-corn syrup is bad
-artificial colors are bad and cause ADHD
-sulfides are bad and cause asthma
-nitrates and nitrites cause birth defects
-msg cause GI problems
-reading the nutrition labels will tell you what is healthy
I have a feeling that you won't find out anything you shouldn't already know.