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Goodbye Lupus: How a Medical Doctor Healed Herself Naturally With Supermarket Foods

by on 10/02/2019

Brooke Goldner, M.D. is a board certified physician known world-wide for being a medical doctor who has developed a nutrition-based treatment for for her own autoimmune disease, Lupus. In this personal and intimate story, she takes you through the pain of her illness and her miraculous recovery, and how she discovered the simple yet powerful way to help the human body heal through proper nourishment. Dr. Goldner makes it easy to understand this essential information on how food can cause and heal disease, teaching it simply and plainly. She created easy to follow steps you can take to achieving better health yourself using supermarket foods. Also included are her favorite recipes for getting healthier.This is a second edition with proper formatting. First edition issues have been resolved.


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3 thoughts on “Goodbye Lupus: How a Medical Doctor Healed Herself Naturally With Supermarket Foods

  1. Anonymous says:

    Good idea but insufficient details and recommendations. The bulk of the book is spent selling the idea that she cured herself with diet. But too little information is actually provided. What did she eat, what did she not eat during that time? Did she exercise or avoid it? Any other things contribute? What specifically did she eat? What was the full program her fiancé recommended. Lots of details are missing, as she basically says eat raw veggies and skip meat, poultry, dish, eggs, oil other than Olive oil, sugar, bread/pasta, processed…

  2. Anonymous says:

    THIS WORKS Guys… I didn’t believe this could work when I bought this book about a year ago. It sat on my shelf for months before I read it. I have lupus, raynauds and Sjögrens. Every single day I threw up, took three hour naps bc I couldn’t keep my eyes open, I got migraines, I was covered in hives, I was violently ill if I was out in the sun, my fingertips tingled and my nails were always blue, my hair was thinning. I finally started following this books advice loosely. I drank the huge smoothie, a…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Good Information, Poorly Written Goodbye Lupus has valuable information. When someone has a profound truth to proclaim, that author would have far more credibility if she were to hire a competent editor to check for typos, poor grammar and faulty writing in general. It appears that Brooke threw this manuscript together in a hurry and published it without asking someone to proofread it.About 20% of the book contains irrelevant and offensive pictures. Her baby picture and the pictures of her children are adorable,…