Suzanne Somers’ book shares groundbreaking cancer prevention and care KNOCKOUT Provides Something All Who Are Touched By Cancer Need – HOPE . Knockout by Suzanne Somers, Attacks Cancer Establishment. Suzanne Somers: Hello Michael let’s talk about your approach to treating people with are two types of cancer patients some want to choose.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Knockout by Suzanne Somers. In KnockoutSuzanne Somers interviews doctors who are successfully using the most innovative cancer treatments—treatments that build up the body rather than tear it down. Somers herself has stared cancer in the face, and a decade later she has conquered her fear and has emerged confident with the path she’s chosen.
Now she shares her personal choices and outlines an array In KnockoutSuzanne Somers interviews doctors who are successfully using the most innovative cancer treatments—treatments that build up the body rather than tear it down. Now she shares her personal choices and outlines an array of options from doctors across the country: Whichever path you choose, Knockout is a must-have resource to navigate the life-and-death world of cancer and increase your odds of survival.
After reading stunning testimonials from inspirational survivors using alternative treatments, you’ll be left with a feeling of empowerment and something every person who is touched by this disease needs…HOPE. Hardcoverpages. Published October 20th by Harmony first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Knockoutplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 17, Suzanne Barrett rated it it was amazing. As the cover states, the book contains interviews with doctors who are curing cancer and also offers scientifically proven advice for those wishing to prevent getting cancer.
Pioneers like Albert Braverman, M. This is followed by a shocking chapter: The Birth of Big Business and cancer is very big business indeed! Part II is a series of interviews of four doctors who are having remarkable successes, and if you read not other part of this book, please read the interview with Dr. It will be one of the most eye-opening parts of this informative book. Part III is about cancer prevention and calls on eight other notable doctors who have a lot to say about staying healthy.
One item that leapt out at me was Dr.
BREAKING: Health Author Suzanne Somers Mostly Wrong About Science, Medicine
The information found inside may save a life. I found the presentation easy to follow, highly informative and written in a style that kept me reading.
Apr 12, Lindsay rated it really liked it Shelves: I always figured that Suzanne Somers was some flaky blond celebrity, because that’s how she always seems when she’s on the Home Shopping Network.
I wasn’t very interested in reading any of her books because they all seemed like a stiff read, about hormones and ageing and stuff like that. Then one morning I saw her on the Today show and she was talking about how one morning she woke up and was covered in knoxkout rash and couldn’t breathe.
She went to the hospital and they told her that she has full bod I always figured that Suzanne Somers was some flaky blond celebrity, because that’s how she always seems when she’s on the Home Shopping Network. Knlckout went to the hospital and they told her that she has full body cancer. She couldn’t figure out how this could happen since a month or so earlier her doctor suzahne that she was in great health.
So after being told numerous times that she is going to die, the doctors finally figured out that she had something called Valley Fever, which is no where near as bad as cancer and can be treated.
They tell her this after they want to give her chemo, and a ton of drugs which she later found out would’ve killed her. Why would doctors give something to someone that would kill them? So she wrote this book which is a bunch of interviews with doctors who are trying to prevent and treat cancer without using chemicals like radiation and chemo.
Since it is full of doctor speak, some parts are kind of dry, but it really was a very interesting read. This is what I kind of got out of it.
In order to prevent yourself from getting cancer, which I think is impossible, you need to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Fruits, veggies, exercise, no soda, no sugar apparently sugar can actually cause cancertry to stay away from processed foods and chemicals like in cleaning supplies. I’m screwed because I spray Febreze all over my room. And even if you do all these things, there’s still a chance you will get it.
But I think that what they were saying is that if you do live a healthy, clean, lifestyle that if you do get cancer, there will be a better chance of beating it. You need to believe that you will be healthy and its proven that even something as simple as that can help.
After some of the interviews there are statements from that doctors patients who tell their story and how that doctor helped them. Suzanne wants the reader to understand that there are other options out there instead of the typical chemo and drugs that most people get.
One of the things that someone said in the book was when one of the doctors was having a conversation with other doctor and that doctor said that the way to treat brain cancer is with radiation, but if he had brain cancer, he wouldn’t do radiation. Because it doesn’t work.
Why have a patient take something that you, as a doctor, would never do to yourself. Shouldn’t you trust how you are treating a patient enough that you would do the same for yourself? My fav quote from the book was “Feelings Never Lie”. We really need to start listening to our bodies. Mines a mess and I need to start making it happy so that Kncokout won’t die when I’m like Lay off the sugar and start exercising.
Surround myself with positive people and do things that make me feel good. So, check this book out, you might learn something. Nov 23, Rebecca rated it it was amazing. This book has honestly changed the way I look at my health and healthcare. I feel my eyes have been nkockout and I feel empowered. I wish I could convince all of my loved ones to read this book. If I could pass on a single lesson of this book it is that your health is your responsibility and no one should blindly follow what any doctor tells you.
My fear is that now that my eyes have been opened standing by and watching loved ones make uninformed choices will be literally painful. Mar 22, MaryEllen rated it liked it. When first reading one of Somers’s previous books, it was hard to reconcile the over-bleached, overblown, over-the-top, ditzy actress with the natural health zealot she’s become in real life.
By the end, I had to admit that, like me, she’s a proponent of personal responsibility for your own health and she does a very good job of researching her topic and interviewing xomers sources. This book is no different. It is well-researched and well written. What I found disappointing is that in order to incl When first spmers one of Somers’s previous books, it was hard to reconcile the over-bleached, overblown, over-the-top, ditzy actress with the natural health zealot she’s become in real life.
What I found disappointing is that in order to include a wide range of alternative therapies, I think she missed the big picture. She interviewed several sources who included diet in their regimens, but overlooked the wonderful things that places like the Hippocrates Knocjout Institute and Hallelujah Acres are accomplishing by diet sjzanne lifestyle alone.
Sure it might be “easier” to submit to some treatment–allopathic or alternative–for a fixed period of time and then return to your bar-be-cued beast and dirty martinis when your condition is suzsnne “remission” rather sojers make a lifetime commitment to organic produce, daily juicing, and adequate sleep, but life isn’t always easy. In fact, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to make the healthy choices our somsrs require when more and more entities have a financial stake in keeping us sick and dependent on their products and services.
But that’s exactly what we need to do to maintain our health freedom and knockout these deadly epidemics spreading through the world. May 08, Vivian Ruble rated it it was amazing. Regardless of what you think of Suzanne Somers The book is not about Suzanne but rather about finding out what we need to know to prevent or treat cancer. Suzanne interviews many prominent integrative cancer doctors and asks the pertinent questions.
You owe it to yourself and family to know these things!! What you do not know CAN harm or kill you.
Suzanne Somers’ Knockout: Dangerous misinformation about cancer (part 1) – Science-Based Medicine
Western medicine doesn’t have all the answers and they are flat out doing a lot of things wrong. Other countries are getting the Regardless of what you think of Suzanne Somers Other countries are getting the same things right. Our lives depend on knowing these facts. Feb 19, Sandie Bailey added it. After reading the first quarter of this book I wondered how I could recommend this book to anyone who has elected to receive conventional treatment for cancer.
By the time I finished it, I knew I could highly recommend it. Suzanne Sommers has been treated conventionally and holistically for cancer. The beauty of this book is the emphasis on choosing the treatment modality that you can believe in and the presentation of doctors who are having success with alternative approaches to treating cancer After reading the first quarter of this book I wondered how I could recommend this book to anyone who has elected to receive conventional treatment for cancer.
The beauty of this book is the emphasis on choosing the treatment modality that you can believe in and the presentation of doctors who are having success with alternative approaches to treating cancer. This is a very hopeful book for anyone who has been diagnosed with cancer.
A very worthwhile book, somewhat hard to read. I think the stated goal – of letting people know that there are alternatives – could have been achieved without going into so much detail. On the other hand, there isn’t really enough detail for one to get a solid grasp on the specifics.