Sound advice, scientifically substantiated statements, awesome knowledge, logical explanation of otherwise very difficult concepts. Such a rare find in a panoply of pseudo- medical literature for the masses.
Every bit of info that Dr. Blaylock shares with us is at price of gold. Practical, substantial how to get well and stay well.
Good pronunciation of so many medical, chemical, biochemical and pharmaceutical terms.
No,because this is not a romance, by far. It is a manual; a superb manual of health and nutrition.
Together with a print version I'm using it to better my health, my family and friends.
Everybody in the Ministry of Disease (
I would listen again and again and again, because I have a menopausal memory.
This is not a romance this is a pharmacology at its best!
Good voice, a bit fast delivery, perheaps.
It makes me read again to retain more each time I read. I had to get a hard copy....
A must read for anybody who thinks he/she needs hard drugs....
Great read, fabulous info, good narrative, history we never get in school.
The tin button fell apart under severe winter condition causing Napoleon's defeat - how simple.
Not recommended read for simpletons devoid of education in sciences, history and deprived of intellectual curiosity, I believe.
Very relevant warning.
The whole story is a shocking account of ignorance as to the dangers of asbestos and the fact that nobody cares to stop that horrible tragedy.
It does seem to be a good scrip for a movie. Erin Brokovich would make a good leading actress.
My British friend just got diagnosed with mesothelioma, to everyone's big surprise since all his life he was never exposed to it, he is a writer. Or we might only think so?????
We don't think about it, but that is what makes us tick - germs and genes.
I'm lucky to have stumbled upon this book - it has already changed my life.
I'll never see the world the same again.
I think of another eye-opener like
I don't recall.
Yes, definitely and I did!
Is there any translation into any other European language so I can share it with my friends?
it seems to me that it's among the best I've heard so far. Maybe after Dr. Blaylock's
His lovely British accent.
The paradigm shift from mainstream
Where was this book 20 years ago when we needed it so badly? Why it is not a compulsory lecture in any faculty of medicine?
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