Spotlight on wellness warriors: What you need to know

Very important messages from Edwin in the search for eternal youth or that elusive cure

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Spotlight on wellness warriors: what you need to know“Hope is the physician of each misery” ~ Irish proverb.

I understand the power of hope in life & death, but sometimes it comes at a cost. It is painful to see that some of my sickest cancer patients are paying large sums of money to practitioners in the wellness industry who claim they have found a miracle cure. Glamorous and healthy looking health gurus attract mass online followings by selling a dream. Many of these wellness warriors are modern-day snake oil salesmen. The suitcase filled with dubious cures has been replaced by commercial websites, Facebook pages and YouTube accounts.

Jessica Ainscough

Jessica Ainscough was a self-proclaimed wellness warrior. She self-administered daily coffee enemas and took vitamin supplements to beat cancer. She started chemotherapy, but eventually declined it, as well as other conventional treatments like surgery and radiation, which she called the ‘slash, poison and burn method’. Although many of…

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