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Ewan Cameron is a Vancouver-based journalist who has focused on exposing the lies and disinformation tactics of the pharmaceutical industry for more than a decade. A graduate of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, he completed his journalism studies in the early 2000's before joining a local newspaper, where he became disillusioned by his editor’s refusal to publish health-related and pollution-related news stories. The reason? They would upset their corporate clients on which the newspaper depended for advertising revenue.
After setting up his own blog and publishing more than 30 health-related books under a pen name, Ewan was contacted by a whistleblower working at a US Pharmaceutical company. Some of the explosive material he revealed is contained in this audiobook.
In this explosive exposé, Ewan Cameron reveals:
- How to cure yourself naturally of eczema
- Stories of ordinary people who cured themselves of eczema naturally
- Why everything you know about health is wrong
- Why the quality of your health depends on the quality of your cells
- How eczema starts first in the mind
- 33 facts vaccine companies don't want you to know
- The seven toxic foods on your family’s dinner table
- Natural cancer remedies “they” don’t want you to know about
- The real purpose of pharmaceutical drugs
- The truth about so-called ‘autoimmune' disorders
- How to live to 100 and beyond - little-known longevity secrets
- The 21 toxic chemicals in your home & bathroom
- How to regain your health naturally & rapidly
- Much, much more
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This book is loaded with jargon and conspiracy. This is not a book about curing eczema.
The author even pushes the tired, old, dangerous, widely and universally discredited “vaccinations are to blame” theory and references some chiropractor in Michigan. Go watch a handful of “Eczema and dietary fiber” You Tube videos and you’ll be 10x better off helping your eczema than this nonsense.
The author has no education in this field and no right to use such a title. Sadly, he does eventual touch on a better healthy diet, but I’m throwing the baby out with bath water with this one. I’ll get dietary info and science from someone with a PhD.
6 people found this helpful
- J. Monroe-Durham
Great narration. Full of valuable information. I appreciate the repetition of main themes and lists, so I could take great notes.
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- Mary from Salem
Excellent, empowering information!
This book takes a critical look at the medical industry and broadens your perspective if you allow it. You’re not going to get a simple solution to eczema or psoriasis (because there isn’t one) but you are going to be armed with a lot of information to create a healthy life and body from which eczema will not exist. This was 1000 times more helpful than my dermatologist. Even if you don’t have eczema, this book is packed with information on how to create a healthy, non-toxic internal and external environment from which you can thrive. This book eased my fears and gave me a sense of relief about my awful eczema by teaching me 1. my body is not attacking itself for no reason and 2. I can heal myself through diet and lifestyle changes without steroids or other toxic medications.
Others have said it’s a conspiracy theory but listen and decide for yourself. To me, everything in this book made sense and rang true. It puts your health in your own hands in a safe and natural way.
Is it a perfect book with no faults? No.
Will it arm you with powerful information you can’t find in the mainstream medical community? Definitely.
Am I glad I read it? Hell yes!
Do I recommend it? Absolutely, 100%
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Very thorough. Best read in years!
This book is so thorough, much more than I anticipated! It was so educational that it inspired me to continue pursuing my naturopathic medicine career.
- Anonymous User
This books has little to do with eczema. It's more like a collection of texts and alternative facts the author has gathered over the years and puts an eczema book cover on. The tagline on the cover about the 16 people who cured themselves of eczema is in fact a very small part of the book and is just some people who have written the author and told him how great his books are and have given him some taglines he can use as promotion for some alternative products the author is selling on the side.
It seems as the author is on a crusade against modern medicine and healthcare and is embracing everything alternative with no critical thoughts, including conspiracy theories like AIDS/HIV is in fact a bioweapon made by the US government used deliberately on the US population as a tool in a war against the gay scene in NYC in the 80s. Also the hours he spends on vaccines can be summarized as vaccines are 100% bad. They cause no mass immunity and is in fact designed to weaken the immune system so that big pharma can make more money. He even goes so far that he claims that vaccines cause pandemics, and Bill Gates is the devil himself that wants to secretly sterilize the population using vaccines. Also cancer is caused mainly by stress and negative thoughts and should not be treated except with alternative methods. One suggestion is watching 8 hours of commedy per day. It's just so many strange things going on here that I wonder how I made it through the whole book. The only reason I give it 2/5 instead of the 1/5 it really deserves is that I do think that diet should get a bigger focus than the current dermatologist give. Also the short chapter on what's common for the societies that has the longest longevity is pretty interesting, and it’s nice that he mentions the power of positive thoughts which is easy to forget for eczema sufferers. The rest of the book is just a hogwash of conspiracy theories with some new age thoughts mixed in. I would definitely look elsewhere for anything eczema related, like a book about vegan diets. That would be much better time and money spent in my opinion.
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