MicroMiracles: Discover the Healing Power of Enzymes
Ellen W. Cutler & Jeremy E. Kaslow
Rodale, 2005 (2005)
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Reviewed by Kerrily Sapet
okingly called the '
Empress of Enzymes
' by her friends and colleagues, Dr. Ellen Cutler shares her thoughts on enzyme nutrition. As a practicing doctor and healer, Cutler offers a book touting enzyme therapy, resulting from her 25 years of study and practice. She indicates that enzyme therapy helped to change her life, via a more holistic approach to her increasing digestive difficulties. She tells us that enzymes have no known side effects and work quickly.
, Culter begins simply by defining what enzymes are and how they act in the body - handy for those whose high school biology days are a distant memory. Her explanations, while packed with information, are well written and understandable. The book is liberally sprinkled with heartfelt testimonials from Cutler's clients, keeping the reading fresh and interesting. She also includes checklists for readers to assess their own health and potential enzyme deficiencies and needs. Cutler offers comprehensive enzyme therapy regimens to alleviate everything from acne and digestive problems to diabetes, heart disease and aging.
or those who have searched for conventional medical cures for their ailments, these holistic approaches seem almost too good to be true.
offers an alternative possibility for individuals searching for relief for ongoing health problems. The author tells us that those who come to her clinic suffer from everything from rheumatoid arthritis to severe food sensitivities - and find welcome relief. Her fascinating book guides readers into a frontier largely unexplored by modern medicine.
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