Doctors gave Hazel Parcells up for dead when she was diagnosed with tuberculosis in the 1930s. She went on to live 106 years, until 1996, and she did it by manipulating the healing powers of nature. This book details various fasts, therapeutic baths, food-cleaning methods, food combinations, and much more. Most of it isn't scientifically quantifiable--you have to take Parcells's word for it--but her ideas are provocative and make for interesting reading. The section on washing food with Clorox bleach is a real stunner.
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About the Author
Joseph Dispenza, Director of Parcells Center for Personal Transformation, is the author of twelve books, including The Way of the Traveler. He is also a frequent contributor to scores of print and online magazines, including Beliefnet, DreamLife, and MyPrimeTime. Joseph is in private practice as a spiritual coach.