Cracking the Cancer CodeCracking the Cancer Code

Cracking the Cancer Code
Author : Matthew J. Loop
Publisher : iUniverse
Total Pages : 228
Release : 2006
ISBN 10 : 9780595401697
ISBN 13 : 0595401694
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Blending cutting-edge scientific research with useful messages about personal responsibility and prosperity, Cracking the Cancer Code is a groundbreaking handbook which will help you understand and apply the principals of abundant health. Dr. Matthew J. Loop provides a brief overview of the nature and causes of cancer while discussing its common treatments, then elaborates on the various external and environmental factors that contribute to its development. He emphasizes the tenets of proper nutrition, and investigates the environmental hazards that people unwittingly expose themselves to on a daily basis. Dr. Loop also examines internal factors-thoughts, feelings, and disposition-and the role they ultimately play in physical health. Shattering commonly held beliefs about the nature and causes of cancer, Dr. Loop's Cracking the Cancer Code gives back what many facing the disease feel they have lost: a sense of their own power. Prosperity and abundance, in the form of health, manifests itself from the inside out. Cracking the Cancer Code is an easy-to-understand and comprehensive reference guide that will help anyone diagnosed with cancer discover the path to empowerment and optimal health.

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