I"ve been reading a lot about "natural" cancer cures and thought I'd share information that others might find helpful/useful.
First I did buy and am in the process of reading the Suzanne Summers book Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer--And How to Prevent Getting It in the First Place.
I highly recommend reading this book and as soon as I'm done with it I'll post a little review here. I know several people with cancer who are reading the book now.
Another book I've come across and started reading is called: Flood Your Body With Oxygen.
It is VERY interesting and "Mr. Oxygen" explains "Seven Crown Jewels of Health" 1) Lots of cellular oxygen 2) Enzymes 3) Lots of CLEAN water 4) Clean Colon 5) Supply of basic building blocks of full spectrum major and trace ionic minerals 6) Light, sound and other energy and 7) Emotional, moral and spiritual balance. Here are just some of the recommended supplements (I have not used these products but have used a different brand):
Oxylift Daily Oxygen & Mineral Booster (This is a one month supply)
Oxylift Daily Oxygen & Mineral Booster (This is a six month supply - save $37.00)
Colosan (Colon Hygiene)
Also since Garrett has been diagnosed with ADD we have been trying all different "natural" remedies before we consider prescription drugs (which we are not oppsed to we are just trying natural alternatives first). We have tried several different Omega 3 based kids products but all came with a nasty fish taste that Garrett could not stand. I stumbled upon a product line that is finally doing the trick - providing him the much needed Omega supplements (and it's organic which I love):
SmartyPants - Gummy Vitamins with Omega 3 & Vitamin D (Three month supply and a $5.00 savings)
SmartyPants - Gummy Vitamins with Omega 3 & Vitamin D (Six month supply and a $23.00 savings)
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