Renzenbrink's straightforward guide to diet for cancer patients and cancer prevention is based on the anthroposophical view of the human being. Renzenbrink explains the nature of the various food groups and their relationship to the four bodies of the human being, showing how cancer can be fought on the physical, etheric, and astral levels as well as on that of the ego. His discussion of food preparation, rhythm in metabolism, and the list of addresses for information about biodynamic produce makes this an indispensable book for anyone serious about holistic nutrition.Plain buttermilk is an ideal drink. ... Quark, or the French version Fromage Frais, is a versatile soured milk product. ... Vegetables In order to use the different vegetables in a meaningful way for dietary purposes, we have to make the threefoldanbsp;...
|Title||:||Diet and Cancer|
|Publisher||:||Rudolf Steiner Press - 1996-10-01|