If Doctor Says Disease Is Incurable, Find another Doctor Says Noted Naturopathic Physician

A Positive Attitude Is Indispensable in Curing Disease Reports Theresa Dale, PhD and ND

If a doctor says that a health complaint or disease is incurable, that should be a cue to begin looking for another doctor. That was the recommendation of Theresa Dale, noted Naturopathic Physician, during a recent interview on the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water radio show. The reason for this recommendation, according to Dale, is that a positive attitude is indispensable in curing disease. Dr. Dale believes that with a combination of a healthy lifestyle, sufficient daily water intake and a positive mental attitude, every disease should be curable.

Theresa Dale, PhD, DN, C.C.N., N.P, is Dean and Founder of the California College of Natural Medicine and President of the Wellness Center. Dale also hosts a radio show on the Health Network. She has healed herself of uterine tumor, the skin disease tinea albicans and radiation poisoning from Chernobyl

The globally syndicated Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water radio show, with host Sharon Kleyne, is heard on the VoiceAmerica Variety and Health and Wellness Channels, and on Apple iTunes. Kleyne is Founder of Bio-Logic Aqua Research, a research, technology and product development center, and the world’s only company specializing in fresh water, atmosphere and health. Natures Tears EyeMist is the Research Center’s global signature product for dry eyes.

Theresa Dale was interviewed by show host Sharon Kleyne on May 19, 2014.

One’s health, according to Dale, is almost totally up to the individual. To have a healthy body, one must work towards creating a health body. If a doctor tells a patient they are going to die, says Dale, that doctor clearly cannot be of help and the patient should look for someday else. In other words, get a second – or third – opinion.

When a doctor says they can’t help, according the Dale, they immediately burden the patient with negativity that can make the problem even worse. Even when the physician lacks a medicinal or surgical cure, a good healer should be able to provide guidance and education about healthy living, dehydration and water intake, a positive attitude and self-healing

To support Dale’s assertion, Kleyne cited an experience she had while working with the American Cancer Society. Kleyne noticed that cancer patients with the most positive attitude were most likely to get well. Patients with a poor or defeatist attitude, according to Kleyne, recovered less often, even when their cancer wasn’t as bad as the cancer of a more positive patient.

Dale and Kleyne agreed that they both could cite dozens of examples of using a positive attitude and refusing to take ownership of a disease to achieve self-healing. Kleyne has an employee who was diagnosed with Barrett’s Esophagus, a precancerous condition that could be arrested but not cured. The employee immediately changed doctors and made a conscious effort not to allow the disease in his body. The new doctor could find no trace of the Barrett’s Esophagus that two previous doctors had biopsied and positively identified. And according to Kleyne, she herself employed techniques nearly identical to Dale’s program, to cure herself of angina.

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Sharon Kleyne on Preventing and Reversing Coronary Artery Disease

Interview with author Caldwell Esselstyn, MD,about Heart Disease and Plant Based Diets

Coronary artery disease, the world’s number one cause of death, can be prevented or reversed with a plant based diet. That was the conclusion of Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn in an interview on the Sharon Kleyne Hour, April 9, 2012. Esselstyn is author of Prevent and Reverse Hearth Disease (Avery Trade, 2008).

In 1984, Dr. Esselstyn began a study of 24 patients with advanced coronary artery disease. Patients were placed on a strict plant based diet and monitored for 20 years. Not one person who followed the diet experienced a cardiac event. Angiograms revealed an almost complete reversal of coronary artery plaque buildup.

Esselstyn’s heart health diet avoids the following foods: (1) Red meat. (2) Poultry. (3) Fish. (4) Dairy products (any product containing “caseinate”). (5) Eggs and egg substitute. (6) All oils, including olive and canola oil. (7) Fruit juice. (8) Nuts. (9) Avocados. (10) Coconuts. Eat only whole grains, with no refined flour or white rice. Soy products should not be overly processed or heavy in oil and salt. Good heart health foods include virtually all fruits and vegetables, whole grains and tubers (potatoes).

The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water is broadcast live on Mondays, 10 a.m., PST/PDT. The syndicated talk show is heard on Voice America/World Talk Radio, Green Talk Network and Apple iTunes. For more information about Sharon Kleyne, Bio Logic Aqua Research and Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® go to http://www.naturestears.com. For a written summary or on-demand podcast. Of this interview, go to http://www.sharonkleynehour.com/Archive2012/Prevent_Reverse_Coronary_Artery_Disease_Plant_Based_Diet.php

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Sharon Kleyne on Coronary Artery Disease and a Plant Based Diet

Caldwell Esselstyn, MD, interviewed on the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water

Coronary artery disease can be prevented or even reversed by following a strict plant based diet. That was the conclusion of Caldwell B. Esselstyn, MD, whose findings on coronary artery disease and diet are reported in his best selling book Prevent and Reverse Hearth Disease (Avery Trade, 2008). Esselstyn was interviewed on the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water radio show of April 9, 2012.

In 1984 Esselstyn began a study of 24 patients with advanced coronary artery disease. Who were placed on a strict plant based diet and monitored for 20 years. Not one person experienced a cardiac event (the group had previously experienced 47 cardiac events).

According to Dr. Esselstyn, for optimum heart health, the following foods should be avoided: (1) Red meat. (2) Chicken and poultry. (3) Fish. (4) Dairy products. (5) Eggs and egg whites. (6) Oil, including olive and canola oil. (7) Refined flour and white rice. (8) Fruit juice. (9) Nuts. (10) Avocados. (11) Coconuts. (12) Soy products that are highly processed and heavy in oil and salt (Light tofu is fine, soy cheese is not).

Things that are good to eat include virtually all fruits and vegetables, legumes (peas and beans), whole grains and tubers (potatoes).

The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water is broadcast live on Mondays, 10 a.m., PST/PDT. The syndicated talk show is heard on Voice America/World Talk Radio, Green Talk Network and Apple iTunes. For more information about Sharon Kleyne, Bio Logic Aqua Research and Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® go to http://www.naturestears.com. For written summaries or an on-demand podcast of this interview, go to http://www.sharonkleynehour.com/Archive2012/Prevent_Reverse_Coronary_Artery_Disease_Plant_Based_Diet.php

© 2013 Bio-Logic Aqua Research (135Q). http://www.sharonkleynehour.wordpress.com All rights reserved.

Prevent and Reverse Coronary Artery Disease through a Plant Based Diet

Hear Sharon Kleyne’s April 9, 2012 interview with Dr. Esselstyn on demand on World Talk Radio, Voice America, Green Talk Network and Apple iTunes

“Imagine millions of people running across a field towards a cliff, and then falling to their deaths. Modern medicine largely treats coronary artery disease by standing at the base of the cliff attempting to patch everyone up. Many more lives could be saved by standing at the top and urging people to run in a different direction.”

From Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease,
Caldwell B. Esselstyn, MD

Coronary artery disease, the number one cause of death worldwide (and projected to increase), can be prevented and even reversed through a plant based diet. Sharon Kleyne, host of the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water syndicated radio talk show, considers this discovery a world shaking breakthrough that could save millions of lives (Mathers, 2006) (Esselstyn, 2008).

On April 9, 2012, Sharon Kleyne interviewed Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, whose findings on coronary artery disease (or atherosclerosis) are reported in his best selling book Prevent and Reverse Hearth Disease (Avery Trade, 2008).

Dr. Esselstyn was a cardiac surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic in 1984 when he began a study of 24 patients with advanced coronary artery disease whose prognosis seemed virtually hopeless. Patients were placed on a strict plant based diet and monitored for 20 years. During the study, not one person who followed the diet experienced a cardiac event (the group had previously experienced 47 cardiac events). Angiograms revealed an almost complete reversal of the plaque buildup in their coronary arteries that causes heart attacks and strokes.

According to Dr. Esselstyn, to prevent or reverse arterial plaque buildup, the following foods should be avoided: (1) Red meat. (2) Chicken and poultry. (3) Fish. (4) Dairy products (milk, yogurt, ice cream, sherbet, cheese and any product containing “caseinate”). (5) Eggs, egg whites and egg substitute that contain egg whites. (6) No oil whatsoever, including olive oil and canola oil. (7) Eat whole grains only, no refined flour products or white rice. (8) Fruit juice. (9) Nuts. (10) Avocados. (11) Coconuts. (12) Be cautious with soy products, which may be highly processed and heavy in oil and salt. Light tofu is fine, soy cheese is not.

Dr. Esselstyn and Sharon Kleyne agreed on the necessity to avoid refined sugar products, carbonated beverages, heavily sweetened granola bars, salt and fried foods. Mrs. Kleyne noted that sugar and fried foods can be addictive and difficult to quit. She reiterated the health benefits of drinking eight to ten glasses of water per day.

Things that are good to eat, according to Dr. Esselstyn, include virtually all fruits and vegetables, legumes (peas and beans), whole grains and tubers (potatoes).

Dr. Esselstyn notes that in rural China and many other remote areas, coronary artery disease is quite rare. As soon as a region begins eating foods like hamburgers, friend chicken and soda, the rate of coronary artery disease skyrockets. Dr. Esselstyn observed that in the United States, evidence of coronary artery disease can be found as early as the teens. .

Sharon Kleyne several previous Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water guests who have referred to Esselstyn’s book. They include plant based diet advocate Philip Paden, MD (November 7, 2011), T. Colin Campbell, MD, author of The China Study (frequently cited by Dr. Esselstyn) (August 9, 2010), Dr. Effie Chow, Chinese diet expert and envoy to China (August 1, 2011) and Alan Taylor, MD, vision and nutrition researcher at Harvard (March 21, 2011)..

The interview closed with agreement by both Mrs. Kleyne and Dr. Esselstyn that pills and invasive procedures should be a last resort and that a long and healthy life requires proactive personal commitment to education, nutrition and lifestyle.

The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water is broadcast live on Mondays, 10 a.m., PST/PDT. The syndicated talk show is heard on Voice America/World Talk Radio, Green Talk Network and Apple iTunes. Go to http://www.SharonKleyneHour.com for written summaries and on-demand replays.

Sources:

Esselstyn, CB, MD, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Avery Trade 2008

Mathers, et al, “Projections of mortality and other burden of diseases from 2002 to 2030,” World Health Organization, 2006.

© 2012 Bio-Logic Aqua Research

Prevent and Reverse Coronary Artery Disease through a Plant Based Diet

Coronary artery disease, the number one cause of death worldwide (and projected to increase), can be prevented and even reversed through a plant based diet. Sharon Kleyne, host of the Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water syndicated radio talk show, considers this discovery a world shaking breakthrough that could save millions of lives (Mathers, 2006) (Esselstyn, 2008).

On April 9, 2012, Sharon Kleyne interviewed Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, whose findings on coronary artery disease (or atherosclerosis) are reported in his best selling book Prevent and Reverse Hearth Disease (Avery Trade, 2008).

Dr. Esselstyn was a cardiac surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic in 1984 when he began a study of 24 patients with advanced coronary artery disease whose prognosis seemed virtually hopeless. Patients were placed on a strict plant based diet and monitored for 20 years. During the study, not one person who followed the diet experienced a cardiac event (the group had previously experienced 47 cardiac events). Angiograms revealed an almost complete reversal of the plaque buildup in their coronary arteries that causes heart attacks and strokes.

According to Dr. Esselstyn, to prevent or reverse arterial plaque buildup, the following foods should be avoided: (1) Red meat. (2) Chicken and poultry. (3) Fish. (4) Dairy products (milk, yogurt, ice cream, sherbet, cheese and any product containing “caseinate”). (5) Eggs, egg whites and egg substitute that contain egg whites. (6) No oil whatsoever, including olive oil and canola oil. (7) Eat whole grains only, no refined flour products or white rice. (8) Fruit juice. (9) Nuts. (10) Avocados. (11) Coconuts. (12) Be cautious with soy products, which may be highly processed and heavy in oil and salt. Light tofu is fine, soy cheese is not.

Dr. Esselstyn and Sharon Kleyne agreed on the necessity to avoid refined sugar products, carbonated beverages, heavily sweetened granola bars, salt and fried foods. Mrs. Kleyne noted that sugar and fried foods can be addictive and difficult to quit. She reiterated the health benefits of drinking eight to ten glasses of water per day.

Things that are good to eat, according to Dr. Esselstyn, include virtually all fruits and vegetables, legumes (peas and beans), whole grains and tubers (potatoes).

Dr. Esselstyn notes that in rural China and many other remote areas, coronary artery disease is quite rare. As soon as a region begins eating foods like hamburgers, friend chicken and soda, the rate of coronary artery disease skyrockets. Dr. Esselstyn observed that in the United States, evidence of coronary artery disease can be found as early as the teens. .

Sharon Kleyne several previous Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water guests who have referred to Esselstyn’s book. They include plant based diet advocate Philip Paden, MD (November 7, 2011), T. Colin Campbell, MD, author of The China Study (frequently cited by Dr. Esselstyn) (August 9, 2010), Dr. Effie Chow, Chinese diet expert and envoy to China (August 1, 2011) and Alan Taylor, MD, vision and nutrition researcher at Harvard (March 21, 2011)..

The interview closed with agreement by both Mrs. Kleyne and Dr. Esselstyn that pills and invasive procedures should be a last resort and that a long and healthy life requires proactive personal commitment to education, nutrition and lifestyle.

The Sharon Kleyne Hour Power of Water is broadcast live on Mondays, 10 a.m., PST/PDT. The syndicated talk show is heard on Voice America/World Talk Radio, Green Talk Network and Apple iTunes. Go to http://www.SharonKleyneHour.com for written summaries and on-demand replays.

Sources:

Esselstyn, CB, MD, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, Avery Trade 2008

Mathers, et al, “Projections of mortality and other burden of diseases from 2002 to 2030,” World Health Organization, 2006.

© 2012 Bio-Logic Aqua Research