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Who Said So?: A Woman's Journey of Self-Discovery and Complete Recovery From Multiple Sclerosis Paperback – June 15, 2011
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The Remarkable Story of a Woman Ahead of her Time In a decade when acupuncture had barely made its way to the US, chiropractors were thought of as quacks, and it didn’t even occur to people on the street that they could actually question their doctor, a feisty suburban housewife named Rachelle Breslow, after being told her Multiple Sclerosis was “degenerative and incurable” had the chutzpah to say, “Who Said So?” And with that, this 1960’s mother of three said good-bye to her neurologist who told her that “nutritional changes were nonsense,” and not to exercise as it would make her tired, and began her journey of self-healing – a journey that led her from the German clinic of the “renegade” Dr. Evers, to fasting and food-combining at Dr. Cheatham’s Shangri-La Natural Health Resort in Florida; from living at the yoga ashram of Amrit Desai, to forming friendships with health gurus Adelle Davis and Andrew T. Weil M.D. With only 3 health food stores in all of Buffalo, Rachelle rejected the traditional American diet in favor of juicing and raw vegan fare. She rejected the drugs her doctor recommended in favor of breathing and meditation. Finally, she rejected a life based on the need to explain, defend and seek approval in favor of one empowered by emotional freedom and truth. Now, over 40 years after her “incurable” diagnosis, she is still symptom free and the epitome of physical and emotional health—and forever grateful for the gift of her MS that allowed her to understand the secrets of the universe and her relationship to it. This powerful and personal story of Rachelle’s journey is filled with fascinating and life-affirming lessons—lessons that are relevant to everyone who chooses to live on their own terms and be fully who they are. This amazing book, written in first person by a former multiple sclerosis patient takes us step by step through the incredible process that transformed Rachelle’s life—as it will surely transform the life of anyone who embraces its message that your health is 100% in your hands.
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