Non-meat diet, 48, 55 Nutrition, 45, 48, 55, 59, 66, 69, 77, 82, 85, 96,
101, 102, 127-129, 111, 143 Omega-3 (flaxseed oil), 107, 143-156, 190 Organic foods, 103,189 Oxygen, 53-55, 63, 64, 66, 103-104, 104-105, Ozone, 64, 108, 151, 190 Pancreatic enzymes, 51, 151 Parasitic viruses, 68-69 Periwinkle, 109 Photoluminescence, 105 Poly-ZYM-023, 109 Pituitary extract, posterior, 70-71 Potassium, 50, 66-68, 127-129, 152 Prayer, 52-53 Reishi, 109 Tahebo, 151 Relaxation, 95-99 Revici therapy, 66, 189
“They cry unto the Lord in their trouble, and He saveth them out of their distresses.”—Psalm 107:19.
“Thou hast given commandment to save me; for thou art my rock and my fortress.”—Psalm 71:3.
“His God doth instruct him to discretion, and doth teach him.”—Isaiah 28:26.
“They that sow in tears shall reap in joy. He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious
“The only major killing disease
“Cancer is now the only major killing dis- ease in the industrialized world whose rates are sharply rising. Just by way of quantitative con- trast, mortality from AIDS, another eminently preventable disease, although highly alarming if not catastrophic, is relatively low. About 30,000 cases, more than half already fatal, have been reported since 1981 when the disease was first detected; additionally, it is estimated that 2-3 times as many Americans suffer from ad- vanced symptoms of the AIDS-related complex which often progresses to frank AIDS. Rapidly increasing numbers of cases, totaling some 270,000 are projected by 1991. In contrast, there have been major reductions in deaths from cardiovascular disease, still the number one killer in the U.S., probably because of a recent decline in smoking and attention to diet and exercise.
“With over 900,000 new cases and 450,000 U.S. deaths last year, cancer has now reached
Taxol, 109 Tissue thrombin, 53-55 Selenium, 66-68, 99-101 714X, 81-82, 189 Shark cartilage, 102, 189 Shiitake, 109 Ultraviolet light, 105 Urea, 77 Urine factor, 68 Wheat seed extract, 71-72 Wheat grass extract, 84 Wigmore therapy, 84, 188 Wobe mugos, 151 (cf. 51) Vitamin A, 82-84 Vitamin B17, 117-129 Vitamin C, 72, 80 Vitamin E, 89-90 Vitamin-mineral supplements, 85, 110
seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.” —Psalm 126:5- 6.
“Blessed is the man that feareth the Lord, that delighteth greatly in His commandments.”— Psalm 112:1.
“If a man love Me, he will keep My words: and My Father will love him, and We will come unto him, and make Our abode with him.”— John 14:23.
. . whose rates are sharply rising.”
epidemic proportions, with an incidence of one in three and a mortality of one in four. Analysis of overall cancer rates, standardized for age, sex and ethnicity, has demonstrated steady in- creases since the 1930s, with more recent sharp annual increases in incidence rates by some 2% and in mortality rates by some 1%.
“Cancer is an age-old and ubiquitous group of diseases. Its recognized causes and influences are multifactorial and include natural environ- mental carcinogens (such as aflatoxins and sun- light), lifestyle factors, genetic susceptibility, and more recently industrial chemicals. Apart from modern lifestyle factors, particularly smoking, increasing cancer rates reflect exposure to in- dustrial chemicals and run-away modern tech- nologies.”—Samuel Epstein, M.D., professor of occupational and environmental medicine, University of Illinois Medical Center of Chicago, quoted in 1987 Congressional Record, 133(135):E3452-3453.