Edgar Cayce on Healing Foods for Body, Mind, and Soul

William A. McGarey, Edgar Cayce
Edgar Cayce left behind a legacy of psychic readings, two-thirds of which dealt with physical illnesses and what might be done to restore the body to health. Throughout his suggestions on ways to correct these conditions, Cayce spoke volumes about diet. He saw certain food combinations as helpful, some as harmful. His theme throughout the readings was keep the body and its functions balanced—often by using nutrition. This book gives readers a useful and practical source of information regarding what constructive eating is all about. It is written especially for those who are interested in seeking out their life purpose, in maintaining health, and in overcoming illnesses. Readers will learn the importance of stress, attitudes, emotions, beliefs, habits, prayer, and meditation, and how they affect the use of food by the body and the ultimate effect it has on general health. The diet you need for full health is as unique as you are. This book will show you how to search creatively for the diet that will suit you best.

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