Welcome!! My name is Paul Lappen. I am in my early 50s, single, and live in Connecticut USA. This blog will consist of book reviews, written by me, on a wide variety of subjects. I specialize, as much as possible, in small press and self-published books, to give them whatever tiny bit of publicity help that I can. Other than that, I am willing to review nearly any genre, except poetry, romance, elementary-school children's books and (really bloody) horror.

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Tuesday, December 27, 2016

The Cancer Killers

The Cancer Killers, Ben Lerner, Maximized Living, 2013

This book asserts that it is possible to not just survive cancer, but to actually make it go away, even after a doctor has used the c-word.

First, change your mindset. Get rid of the "poor me" and "it's all over" attitude. You created the cancer, and you can reverse it. Wake up every day totally believing "it's possible." Second, you may not realize it, but there may be a blocked connection between your central nervous system and your immune system, preventing the immune system from doing its job. Talk to a chiropractor.

Third is the big one; change your diet. Unhealthy food doesn't just lead to weight gain. It can lead to hormone imbalance, thyroid problems and cell inflammation, among many other complications. The book goes into what foods to eat, and what to avoid. Fourth is get moderate exercise. Getting more oxygen into your body is a very good thing. Cancer cells can't survive in an oxygen-rich environment. Last but not least, reduce or eliminate your exposure to toxins in daily life. They do seem to be everywhere, from plastics to water to car exhaust to personal care products. There is a list of recommended vitamin supplements. There is also the story of a doctor with Stage 4 cancer that had metastasized in his brain. With weeks to live, he was able to reverse the cancer without radiation and chemotherapy (of which the author thinks very little).

This book is short, and very straight-forward. For those who have a family history of cancer, and are convinced that they are next; no, you are not next. This book will show anyone how to keep cancer away. It's worth reading.

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