Degenerative Diseases & Ailments
Cause and Cure of Human Illness, the, by Professor Arnold Ehret
The Cause and Cure of Human Illness offers you insight into true strength, health, vitality and happiness. It tells you how to take your health back into their own hands by offering affordable, effective and available answers to your questions. The Cause and Cure of Human Illness shows you how to find alternative ways of managing your health so you'll feel better.
Arnold Ehret's The Cause and Cure of Human Illness was last printed in Germany in 1914 and originally titled Kranke Menschen. Professor of German, and Ehretist, Dr. Ludwig Max Fischer translated it for the first time into English in 2001. It was not published in Germany for almost 90 years and never before in English. Ehret's shows us new insights, empirical evidence, medical testimonials and patients' reports about miraculous healings through the use of his methods.
With his unique clarity and brilliant argumentation Ehret again shows us the common root cause of all diseases, aging and death. Based on his courageous fasting experiments and the nutritional curative work with thousands of people suffering from incurable diseases, Professor Ehret offers concrete, easily implemented, inexpensive, readily available solutions for everyone walking on a path towards health and vitality through self- responsible action. A must read for every person interested in health, nutrition and spirituality.
A nutritionist, health practitioner, health lecturer and college professor, Arnold Ehret, wrote several books on a healthy way to eat and live. Among other things, he recognized lactose and gluten intolerance and taught portion control and fasting techniques. Two of his books, The Mucusless Diet Healing System and Rational Fasting, have been continuously in print since 1920. Many of today’s health practitioners follow his teachings. Read The Cause and Cure of Human Illness and find out for yourself why.
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