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Edgar Cayce on Healing Foods for Body, Mind, and Spirit

Edgar Cayce on Healing Foods for Body, Mind, and Spirit

by William A. McGarey, Edgar Cayce

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Overview

Edgar Cayce left behind a legacy of psychic readings, two-thirds of which dealt with physical illnesses and what might be done to restore the body to health. Throughout his suggestions on ways to correct these conditions, Cayce spoke volumes about diet. He saw certain food combinations as helpful, some as harmful. His theme throughout the readings was to keep the body and its functions balanced-often by using nutrition. This book provides readers with specific diets for arthritis, cancer, epilepsy, hypoglycemia, colitis, diabetes, and more. Plus, you'll learn that the diet you need for full health is as unique as you are. This book will show you the diet that will suit you best.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780876044414
Publisher: A. R. E. Press
Publication date: 09/28/2002
Edition description: Revised
Pages: 178
Sales rank: 866,892
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

William A. McGarey, MD (1919-2008) was a pioneering holistic health physician who considerably advanced the practice of Edgar Cayce's holistic healing methods. Dr. McGarey, or Dr. Bill as he was fondly called, was widely known through his books and magazine column and as co-founder with his then-wife, Gladys McGarey, MD, of the A.R.E. Clinic in Phoenix, Ariz. He practiced family medicine for some 40 years and advocated Cayce's healing principles through his writing and private consulting. He was also a published author of a dozen books, notably The Edgar Cayce Remedies, The Oil That Heals, and Edgar Cayce on Healing Foods. His magazine column appeared in Venture Inward for 22 years. As director of the medical research division of the A.R.E. Clinic, he wrote The Medical Research Bulletin, an information service for the medical profession, from August 1970 until 1986. He was born in Wellsville, Ohio, in 1919, and graduated from the University of Cincinnati Medical School. He was also a veteran of World War II and a flight surgeon during the Korean War.

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