Some say it’s the best thing since sliced bread. Others report that its a new lease on life. A live food diet is quickly earning the title of the healthiest diet around town. Now we’ve all heard the saying that there’s nothing new under the sun and the live food diet is no different. As we know, this is the way that our ancestors ate. However, over the last several centuries we’ve strayed very far away from this well-known phenomenon.
Nonetheless, despite our estrangement from it, nature has and never will abandon us. This is certainly true with respect to live foods. Live foods offer nothing short of a utopia of goodness. They bestow upon us the gift of live nutrients, enzymes, natural hormones, oxygen and phytochemicals. They lower the risk of cancer, diabetes, stroke and other deadly diseases. Additionally, eating more live foods lowers cholesterol and blood pressure. If that’s not enough, live foods give us increased energy, clearer skin, improved digestion and longevity. Some raw foodists even report having a heightened sensitivity to the energy around them.
Suffice it to say that, a live food diet is the way to go these days especially amidst all the pandemics like obesity, diabetes, and cancers. Moreover, with all the killer ingredients (and I do mean that literally) being pumped into food these days live foods seem to be the most full-proof way of ensuring that what you are feeding your body is nutritionally sound.
So what began as an outlandish and over-the-top venture for nutritional enthusiasts has now become what many are referring to as a long sought after miracle cure for many of today’s health pandemics. Its the hottest topic among the health conscious, doctors are recommending it to many of their patients, and dieters are using it as a way to detox and lose weight. Yes, the live food diet, also known as the raw food diet, is quickly becoming the best thing since sliced bread.
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This is the second of Edward Vernon's books about a young GP. (Edward Vernon is a pen name of a well known British doctor/author.) Set in the 1970s, in a small town in the English midlands, the book describes the medical misadventures of a young, harassed GP who is learning on the job. There's the embarrassed vicar with the guilty secret, the private patient who pays him to keep her ill, a beautiful young patient who insists on being examined in the bath, a six year old marble swallower and an a difficult encounter with a patient who can't speak a word of English. A huge hit in the UK and the USA when first published these books have only now been made available as ebooks on Amazon.
Here's what the critics said about the Edward Vernon books:
Warm and humorous...the anecdotes pour out of every page - Lancashire Evening Post
Genuinely funny - South Wales Argus
Wise, funny, sad and heartwarming - Chattanooga Times
Most of his adventures are funny, some hilarious; but he has the good sense to leven the comedy lump with some that are sad, some touching. All are written lightly, easily, entertainingly - Oxford Times
Good fun - Homes and Gardens
The funniest of the funny doctor books - Richard Gordon
Jolly good reading - Publishers Weekly
Truthful, well observed and consistently readable - Daily Telegraph
Will amuse, amaze and entertain - Yorkshire Post
Views the human species he treats with much the same affection, compassion and humour as Herriot brings to the animal world - Cleveland Plain Daler
Thoroughly delightful - Fresno Bee
Hilarious - Titbits
A delightfully funny book that keeps the reader laughing and appeals to one's sense of the ridiculous - Sunday Advocate, Baton Rouge
For entertainment, a chapter or two before bedtime is just what the doctor ordered - Sacromento Bee
Does for British GPs what Herriot has done for vets - Booklist
Hilarious, written with skill and zest - Evening Telegraph
Very funny - Citizen, Gloucester