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Monday, July 24, 2017

Book Review: Fighting Disease with Whole Food Nutrition by S. Diane Barry

Fighting Disease with Whole Food Nutrition (My Journey Fighting HIV with Shold Food Nutrition, Herbs & Spices)
by S. Diane Barry
May 23, 2017
Pages: 78
I was diagnosed with HIV in January 2005.

Over twelve years later, I’m healthy and doing well. I don’t have AIDS. My numbers are great.

I did this without prescription medications.

How? By fighting HIV with whole food nutrition, herbs, spices, and healthy lifestyle choices.

Not my usual type of book but I was interested in fighting illnesses and diseases with whole food nutrition, herbs and spices so I decided to give this one a try. The author really comes out in her writing but I was a little disappointed. I had hoped for more detailed information on using whole foods, herbs and spices to fight and how she does it. Instead what I found was little sections touching on each section with information on how I could do more research with author books and authors. I was looking more for a one stop read with all the information in one book.

She had a lot of information on her personal journey and fighting HIV this way so if that is something you are looking for this would be a good book for you. I was looking more for general health information so I skimmed over those sections.

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Denise B

About the Author:
It's 2017 and 12 years after my HIV diagnosis I am still healthy and on no prescription meds for HIV.

I wrote Fighting Disease with Whole Food Nutrition to start a discussion about healthy choices that save lives. Because no one seems to care about that. Not the doctors or specialists, or anyone I tried to contact to expand on why I am so healthy despite being HIV positive.

The answer is food. Real food. Not processed, microwaved, filled with preservatives and chemically created vitamins food. Real, whole, fresh food.

You are what you eat. Eat healthy to be healthy.


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  2. Thank you so much for taking time to bring to our attention another great read. I appreciate it and thank you also for the giveaway.

  3. Great work, thanks.

  4. Well, as far as I know, this disease has individual characteristics for each person, so for example, I know people who suffer greatly from HIV. By the way, do you know that weed helps to reduce pain? Yes, I've read various articles on this and can also recommend using only the highest quality weed, like these preroll joints here

  5. What kind of decease are you talking about? I have muscle deficiency on my left ankle after a long period if leg immobility following sports trauma. Will this help?

  6. No, it will not. So you most likely are visiting the doctor as soon as you have spent some time with this problem already. So you must ask him about testosterone propionate and if it will suit you and your case. Food fupplements are great and sometimes needed, as well as good books. But they are not medicinal.

  7. Proper nutrition is what I live for. The most important thing is to eat a little of everything, and that's why I travel around the countries. In search of delicious food! If you have not heard about the web page here before, then you should urgently visit this site. There you can read more information about the organizer of food tours. This is an extremely cool thing.

  8. The seafood is boiled in a seasoned broth infused with Cajun spices, creating a bold and flavorful taste.

  9. I believe that in addition to food, it is important to take various probiotics and prebiotics, as well as dietary supplements such as Gundry MD Bio Complete 3, in order to have a positive effect on the digestive process and speed up digestion. Many people consider dietary supplements a waste of money, but I really feel a positive effect, as well as the absence of the previous discomfort.