"The End of Medicine" - Harness the Body's Healing Powers - The Human Organism "Knows" How to Heal Itself Naturally

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The End of Medicine is a new book detailing a macrobiotic approach to healing ourselves and maintaining our health. It describes the crucial significance of the digestive processes in the onset of illness and in the process of healing. This approach is entirely natural using daily food choices which in many cases will reduce food costs by 30-50%

…a modern system of medicine must always take the metabolic system, that is, the normal processes of digestion, as its point of departure, and starting from there it must deduce how internal illnesses in the widest possible sense can arise from the metabolism

The End Of Medicine.

Feel tired and worn out all the time? Have a sickness or chronic illnesses or chronic pain where drugs have little or no effect? Looking for a more holistic approach to getting well and staying healthy? Then be happy to know that the knowledge of how to create and maintain a healthy life is here- It resides in the human body itself. Learn how to read its signs and understand what they are saying with Kaare Bursell's The End of Medicine.

The philosopher Nietzsche once said, "The wisdom in your body is deeper than your deepest philosophy." Author Kaare Bursell has been on a quest for this knowledge since his teenage years when he sought to understand two important questions, "What is disease?" and "What does disease signify?" In 1975, he began living and eating according to macrobiotic principles. In 1982, he discovered the work of Rudolf Steiner and, as he began to study his lectures and books, the answers became revealed. The End of Medicine is the result of over forty years of study, experience, and learning working with thousands of individuals. The contents of the book describe how and why illnesses develop and make an important distinction between illness, disease, and health.

The crucial significance of the digestive processes of assimilation and elimination in the onset of illnesses and recovery of health are described in detail. It subscribes to Steiner's view that, "…a modern system of medicine must always take the metabolic system, that is, the normal processes of digestion, as its point of departure, and starting from there it must deduce how internal illnesses in the widest possible sense can arise from the metabolism".

The End of Medicine presents refreshingly new knowledge about how the human organism, "knows" how to heal itself - without recourse to drugs, radiation, genetic therapy, supplements, "new age super-foods", nutraceuticals, regenerative medicine, and the like.

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About the Author
Kaare Bursell was born 1947 in Kitale, Kenya. At age fourteen, he went to England. He studied in the University of Liverpool and was awarded Degree of Bachelor of Veterinary Science. From 1971-79, he worked as Assistant Veterinary Surgeon. Later, he studied at the Kushi Institute, Brookline, MA for knowledge of macrobiotic principles, arts, and practices at the Advanced Level. Since then, Kaare has given seminars, workshops, cooking classes, and macrobiotic classes in many cities. He has been practicing macrobiotics for thirty-three years and anthroposophy for twenty-six years. His aspirations are: a) to make macrobiotic dietary practice the bona fide and chosen way of eating; b) to play a significant role in changing the current self-destructive course of the world to a positive, constructive and healthy ecological, medical, economic and social direction. He is married with 2 children to Pat Bursell.

The End of Medicine * by Kaare Bursell
Publication Date: January 29, 2009
Trade Paperback; $19.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4363-6979-4
Cloth Hardback; $29.99; 145 pages; 978-1-4363-6980-0

Members of the media who wish to review this book may request a complimentary paperback copy by contacting the publisher at (888) 795-4274 x. 7479. To purchase copies of the book for resale, please fax Xlibris at (610) 915-0294 or call (888) 795-4274 x 7876 or on the web at http://www.Xlibris.com.

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