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Never Be Sick Again

Di: Kester Cotton,Raymond Francis MsC
Letto da: Alan Sklar
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Sintesi dell'editore

One day Raymond Francis, a chemist and graduate of MIT, found himself in a hospital, battling for his life. The diagnosis was acute chemical hepatitis, chronic fatigue, multiple chemical sensitivities, and several autoimmune syndromes, causing him to suffer fatigue, dizziness, impaired memory, heart palpitations, diarrhea, numbness, seizures, and numerous other ailments. Knowing death was imminent unless he took action, Francis decided to research solutions for his disease himself. His findings and eventual recovery led him to conclude that almost all disease can be both prevented and reversed.

In Never Be Sick Again, Francis presents a seminal work based on these findings—a revolutionary theory of health and disease: there is only one disease (malfunctioning cells), only two causes of disease (deficiency and toxicity), and six pathways to health and disease (nutrition, toxins, psychological, physical, genetic, and medical). This remarkable book answers these questions: What is health? What is disease? Why do people get sick? How can disease be prevented? And how can it be reversed? It will teach listeners, in one easy lesson, an entirely new way to look at health and disease with an approach that is easy to understand yet so powerful that they may, indeed, never have to be sick again.

Providing a basic understanding of health and disease, this book takes the mystery out of disease. It provides listeners, no matter what their present physical condition, with a holistic approach to living that will empower them to get well—and stay well.

©2011 Raymond Francis (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

“Raymond Francis will give you the information you require—and if you combine it with inspiration, self-esteem, and self-love, you will accomplish wonders. Take your health into your own hands—choose life and Never Be Sick Again!" (Bernie Siegel, MD, author of Love, Medicine & Miracles)

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Immagine del profilo di Joerg
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  • 16/10/2020

Full of misinformation.

Saturated fats are bad, while whole grains are healthy. On this advice the population got metabolically sicker including fatty liver and type 2 diabetes. Saturated fat is rigid and that causes arteries to become rigid? By that logic we couldn’t eat any fruit or grains. By that logic vegetable/seed oils would be healthy. At least I didn’t have to pay for this book. For better info read The Big Fat Surprise by Nina Teicholz.

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  • Eslam Nawara
  • 17/07/2016

Amazing Book

The book collects and details all the excellent practices for good health. Something that will take huge effort and time to get without this book. I find it EXTREMELY helpful and beneficial. The book is like a reference you can get to multiple times until you get your daily routine in order.

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  • Lani Bartel
  • 27/05/2021

The author is an anti vaccine.

The author cited a lot of questionable data. The book felt more like somebodies theory verses an actual health book.

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Immagine del profilo di ABDULHAKK
  • ABDULHAKK
  • 15/02/2017

eye-opener

the amount of wrong information about food or the way that we live is unbelievable.

it is not easy at all to do with this book tells you to actually it's insane.
but every piece of information makes so much sense.
if I do 50% of the what the book talks about I'll be in a good shape.

read the book.

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Immagine del profilo di C. Carter
  • C. Carter
  • 31/05/2018

Life changing knowledge

This book will wake you up. It has change my like and the way I see the Medical system and even out public education forever. I have shared this book with everyone in my contacts wether I remembered who they were or not because at the the end of the day it doesn’t matter when it comes to Sharing knowledge on this level of understanding. 5 stars aren’t enough to rate this book properly. A true must read...We need to petition to have this added to all public schools curriculum.

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  • Tech Nickel
  • 12/05/2016

Interesting

Very thought provoking. I really liked the book and the narrator. It's a shame what the government medical complex has come to. Only thing that could have been better is exactly how to buy products and food that are healthy and safe without going through the website that they are pushing. Will surely implement some of the suggestions.

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  • Melissa
  • 20/11/2011

Too much "I did this to help others"

I thought the book would give me ideas, but in order to get ideas I had to wade through long narratives about the author helped people. Nothing new in this text.

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  • Just One More Opinion On The Internet
  • 03/10/2011

Unadulterated, unscientific garbage.

According to the first couple of chapters, the author would have you believe that his approach to healthy living means exposure to something like the ebola virus would not harm you. It is truly sad such a valuable topic as healthy living was treated with this kind of superstitious ignorance. This book is a travesty.

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  • Cryotron
  • 03/01/2022

Lack of Peer reviewed data

This book has some reasonable health information and many things that I agree with but I will take most of the information in this book with a grain of salt because of the following issues. The issues that I have with this book are
1. There is a lack of peer reviewed data to substantiate his claims.
2. He is anti-vax; He quoted anti-vax mis-information from the conservative anti-vax AAPS (Association of American Physicians and Surgeons). By not vetting his data in this case causes me to not believe any of his claims.
3. He promotes the use of his own BH products claiming that his products are substantially better than other brands without any data to substantiate his claims.

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  • Karl
  • 07/04/2018

will listen again

I will listen to this audio book again and again to make sure I haven't missed anything.

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Immagine del profilo di Utente anonimo
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  • 17/04/2019

A very dangerous book

First I really struggled to get through this book since so much of it was repetition. It is poorly written going from anecdotes, to advice and back to anecdotes all in the same sentence. You never know what you're going to get.

But more importantly this book is full of assumptions and personal experience stated as fact. The author sometimes conveniently forgets to mention sources and draws causation conclusions where only correlation is proven. Plus the fact that he refutes himself at times. For example saying that by eating healthy like honza's or people in older times you should be able to never get sick. But then he still wants you to buy lots of huge vitamin supplements. Why are those needed if the honza's don't need them?

However I can save you some time and give you the helpful advice of this book in as short as possible: eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, but don't forget meat. Also get some exercise and get out of the house a bit. Plus give yourself opportunities to be happy and take full advantage of them.

So this is what I learned from this book. A very valuable lesson. But I don't recommend anyone to read it or listen to it.

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  • Mr M J Dawson
  • 13/10/2021

You lost me at “reverse almost any disease’

I’m sorry but this sounds like a bucket full of snake oil. The words ‘no one has to be sick’

The world doesn’t need another wellness guru

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  • Hassan BaAqeil
  • 07/08/2021

A must have book - blueprint plan and execution for long healthy life

Sincere efforts made by the author and bald assertive criticism to commonly understood basic towards how we understand health and fight and cure disease and most important how to prevent illness.
The idea of taking lessons learned from long lived people from various spots in the world and applying it in our daily life style is bold and unique. The most important thing that it works and make sense.

Many thanks Mr Raymond and your deserve an Noble prize for what you are doing for humanity

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  • ISATU SESAY
  • 21/11/2022

Very good book

This book have opened my etas health is a choice. Thank you so much for a fantastic book packed with valuable information.

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  • 67Axolotyl
  • 16/11/2022

Don’t bother

This was obviously written by someone who wants you to go down a fearful rabbit hole of risks we take with everything we eat or consume in/on our bodies.

Narration was ok - great for insomnia, but was equal to the prose.

Content was dire. We all know about the need to eat less sugar etc but if you think about it, in the 1700s there wasn’t any additives and artificial food stuffs and people were getting ill then!!

This book was a waste of my time. I didn’t finish it to the very end.

Final thought: there are better health books out there that don’t expect you to give up everything you enjoy. Avoid this one.

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  • 14/09/2022

Mostly common sense, and some absolute rubbish.

very well read, great voice.
Actual book is awful, full of nonsense mixed with common sense, but separating the two isn't easy!

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  • Utente anonimo
  • 12/09/2022

The best so far.

This book is arguably the best yet easy health book I have ever come across. It has made me to understand health and it is, indeed, a choice. The difficulty, though, is how to get some of the elements of the pathways to compliment ones health. The appendixes to this book help make this reasonably easier to navigate, though.

The irony is that this is a book I did not pay for. I had it free as a loyal subscriber of Audible. I have since, though, purchased the hard copy and recommended the book to a few of my network who are also recommending the same to others.
it is a MUST have health book.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10/08/2022

Good but repetitive and dark

The author promotes that their is only 1 disease: cell malfunction; 2 causes: deficiency and toxicity and 6 pathways to health: nutrition, physical, toxin, mental, genetic and medical. He explains each of this concepts with real life examples and a lot of “we are all doomed” attitude. I have mixed feelings about this as I found quite repetitive (trying to condition us to believe it by constant repetition), extremely negative quite often (we’re all going to die a painful, diseased death because of our modern way of life) and he often proclaimed his believes as facts without research backing. On the positive side: A good part of what was said makes sense and was backed by research, however apart from moving to the mountains to life in solitude, the actions we can take are eat a health, moderate diet consisting of mainly plant based, whole foods, organic produce;!completely eliminate sugar, flour, dairy and coffee from your diet. Include constant and different types of exercises to you daily routine; sleep well, sun bath, de stress and be happy, have positive thoughts and believe on yourself and your healthy body. Stay away from chemicals and reduce technology use as much as possible. All was said before in a different way.

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  • Soulsis1986
  • 29/04/2022

half and half

Well at first the book was very good, interesting bits of information about food and the bad stuff that goes in to it however, once I heard the book say you can cure psychosis in children just stopping milk in their diet I had to stop and think, really? is that actually true though?! obv when something as unbelievable as that is stated it then makes you question what you've already so I'm not sure tbh. also saying that if your child is sick it's the parents fault is also 1) grossly unfair as each child is different but 2) somewhat BS to be honest. having a allergy suffering baby myself and having sifted through ingredients lists on every packet just to make sure there was nothing there, sometimes making shopping trips as long as 3 hours and yet the allergy still being there, I know this is total rubbish. I will be returning the book as it appeared to me after chapter 3 more like a manual for some sort of governmental hatred cult and one big conspiracy mandate. I agree that there is a lot of chemicals in food and the way food is produced is not moral or ethically correct but to then say you shouldnt use shampoo, conditioner, soap etc etc and it literally says everything in home is toxic and will kill you slowly is a very very dangerous statement to make and I think a lot of it should be taken with a pinch of salt

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  • Richard
  • 28/11/2021

Possibly the worst book on Audible

Staggered to see this book promoted on Audible. It is cringeworthy evangelistic in both sheet arrogance and absence of any interest in evidence.

For hours, the author tells you how amazing he is, how he has the secret, how every doctor and scientist is basically stupid and wrong. I listened for three hours before I gave up, in vain hope that the wild claims would stop and the credible content start.

I should have realised the book is b@&)@&&ks when the author used the bible (quoting Genesis, chapter and verse) that medical science is wrong and we should all live to 140 years with his secret miracle.

Three hours in the listener is no closer to any idea what the author is saying apart from repeated claims and demands for faith that you almost believe as the author repeats claims without evidence, but escalating appeals to emotion, repetition and rhetorical questions.

I stopped it when he advised people with cancer to stop all medical treatment to heal themselves. Dangerous c@&p that should be under the “extremist cult” section in Audible with a health warning, not promoted within the “medical” section.