Self-Help To Cheat Death by Betty Yülin Ho

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In the 19th century, the great Claude Bernard stated: "I don't know and shall never know." At the end of his life he became very ill. Unable to cure himself, shortly after, he died. However, Bernard believed that one day someone would come up with a theory that would supersede all others. This theory would help man understand how a living body functions, what happens in illness, and thereby provide a definite cure. Self Help To Cheat Death presents the 20th version of the synthetic axiom developed over a period of 40 years. This theory provides a clear picture of the living body and how it functions from awakening until sleep. Illnesses are traced to every aspect of the blood and analyzed in depth. Blood's composition being maintained by foods, the latter are discussed in detail so that the reader may choose foods to maintain health at all times. The most dreaded of all conditions, death is discussed and advice is given on how it may be averted so as to prolong life indefinitely. Self-Help To Cheat Death is a powerful health book. It will have an impact on medical science much like Jean-Philippe Rameau's Treatise on Harmony had on music composition in the 18th century.About the Author Research director of Juvenescent Research Corporation, a non-profit medical research organization, author Betty Yülin Ho was born in China, where she attended the Lyçée Français in Shanghai. She later obtained a B.S. degree in Biology at Columbia University. While attending medical school in Lausanne, Switzerland, Ms. Ho simultaneously studied piano and was inspired by many scientific hypotheses. These led her to abandon medical school and pursue piano studies. Applying these scientific ideas to her newborn infants from 1958 to 1965, Ms Ho developed an infant-feeding method and later obtained both U.S. and Canadian patents for her invention. In 1963 Ms. Ho began research to prove her scientific hypotheses, and from 1963 to 2008 she wrote a series of 22 books on the living body. Each book uncovered new insight into the living body, culminating in Self-Help To Cheat Death. Ms. Ho is the recipient of numerous awards and honors and is entered in five different issues of Marquis' Who's Who. She resides in New York City. An accomplished pianist, Ms. Ho is also fluent in six languages.(2010, paperback, 106 pages)

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Published May 10, 2010 by Dorrance Publishing Co. Inc.. 67 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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