The Curse of Louis Pasteur Kindle á of Louis ePUB

The Curse of Louis Pasteur Kindle á of Louis  ePUB
  • Paperback
  • The Curse of Louis Pasteur
  • Nancy Appleton
  • English
  • 24 April 2019
  • 9780967233703

The Curse of Louis Pasteur[Reading] ➷ The Curse of Louis Pasteur By Nancy Appleton – Essayreview.co.uk Could it be that were looking in the wrong direction for the answer to the cause of disease Dr Nancy Appleton s investigation lead her to realize that we could be causing our own disease by what we th Could it be that of Louis ePUB ☆ were looking in the wrong direction for the answer to the cause of disease Dr Nancy Appleton s investigation lead her to realize that we could be causing our own disease by what we think, say, feel, do and eat The Curse Epub / She then gives solutions and food plans to enhance health and healing.

10 thoughts on “The Curse of Louis Pasteur

  1. says:

    This book is very interesting in that it presents an entirely different and alternative history of modern medical understanding based on the research of a small set of brilliant scientists, from Bechamp and Bernard starting in the 1820 s to Gaston Naessens in the current day and age, that investigated, sought out and found answers to profound questions that were either not investigated by or simply beyond the scope of the understand or intellectual horizons of their contemporaries For each one of these people, the author gives a typically very short, often too simplistic presentation in my opinion of their life s work or of the most important of their findings and conclusions Nonetheless, it is an wonderful overview of some of the most important findings of modern medical science, and insights into the nature of health and disease, almost all of them which are unknown and unrecognised by the overwhelming majority of specialists and non specialists alike.There are also, throughout the book, plenty of recommendations as to what one should do, and eat and drink in order to be in good health Most of this is really super basic things that often amount to don t eat junk food , don t smoke , make sure you eat a lot of fruits and vegetables which, should be plenty of vegetables but very little fruit , etc The style is also extremely basic, and clearly written for the least educated among us These aspects of the book make for what I find to be a serious clash with the importance and level of refinement of the research and sophistication of scientific conclusion about the nature of health and disease on which the book is based I feel that it is almost like a kind of mockery of it.The title of the book points to the fact that we are all unfortunately subject to, and immersed in a medical system all of whose basic foundational premises are derived from the flawed science and erroneous conclusions of Louis Pasteur, which the pharmaceutical industry, that was still in its infancy at the time, immediately recognised for the potential to make enormous profits This involvement and these profits began during his own lifetime, and have continued to grow in scale ever since The sad reality is that this is very unlikely to change anytime soon.

  2. says:

    Great understanding of how bacteria and viruses can morph and change You can catch a cold even though you are alone, because the environment inside your body created it to clean things up This understanding helps explain why Native Americans never had all those diseases that the explorers brought, they didn t live the lifestyle Europe did, so those diseases were never created I read thus book a few years ago, so I don t remember if the above was spelled out that way, but that was some of the conclusions easily drawn Fascinating book.

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