A powerful and informative movie about cancer, and healing it naturally!
Wow, I just finished this movie, and so far it's been the most shocking nutritional video I've seen.
Healing Cancer (from the inside out) is a shocking and informative expose of the "Cancer Industry" and the "Western Diet". This film will show you why conventional medicine has not made progress in fighting cancer since the 1930's - it will also introduce you to healing cancer yourself at home. Watch it ! Because cancer touches all of us eventually, one way or another.
Charlotte Gerson of "The Gerson Institute" (daughter of Dr. Max Gerson, and mother of Dr. Howard Straus)makes a few brief appearances, and we are introduced to others who run Gerson-style clinics. All healing cancer, diabetes, and other diseases with nutrition alone. Including, Dr. Thomas Lodi of "An Oasis of Healing", Dr. Brian Clement of "Hippocrates institute", Dr. John A. McDougall of "Dr. McDougall's Health and Medical Center", and Brenda Cobb of "Living Foods Institute".
Other doctors and patients also chime in.
The movie is narrated by Mike Anderson, he is not a professional narrator, I would have preferred "Duncan Wells" LOL (he narrated the excellent "Allen Carr Easy way to Stop Smoking" audio book) - Mike is not a great narrator but his heart is in the right place. His own father died of cancer before he had this wonderful information. So you have to get past Mike's awkward narration - but it's well worth it. He is sincere and informative. The presentation is very good, like a slide show. The interviews are great. And the information will knock your socks off. This information is worth more than gold and can save lives.
This movie will forward your research into nutrition and alternative healing, and it will shock you. Get it !
Here are some other movies I've seen that go well with this one :
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead (2010), Food Matters (2008), The Beautiful Truth (2008), The Gerson Miracle (2004), The Marketing of Madness (2010), The Science and Politics of Cancer (2005), Dying to Have Known (2006).
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