• Toxic Relief

  • Restore Health and Energy Through Fasting and Detoxification
  • By: Don Colbert
  • Narrated by: Steve Hiller
  • Length: 2 hrs and 24 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 13-03-06
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oasis Audio
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Summary

Many people today are fighting a toxic battle, and they don't even know it. They eat a lot, yet remain undernourished. In Toxic Relief, Dr. Colbert seeks to help with his proven and medically sound program of juice fasting. This fast will cleanse the body right down to the cellular level, renewing vitality, restoring energy, shedding toxic fat, and adding years to the lifespan of the average person. No more toxicity. In this easy-to-understand and comprehensive explanation of the toxic battle within the human body, Dr. Colbert also provides alternative solutions for many common diseases.
©2002 Don Colbert, M.D. (P)2002 Oasis Audio, LLC

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  • Walker
  • GRIMSBY, United Kingdom
  • 23-12-12

toxic relief

i found this book very easy to follow in clear format and very intersting. Above all it provokes though over the possible benifits of fasting and detoxification. I have also read other information on the and found that Don colbert delivers this well and sell the message soundly there is a need for more clinical research and this seems to be lacking in many claims around fasting Zoe Harcombe has written many key points around this. But does go on to say although everything is not proven it does not mean it wont work.

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  • L. Rea
  • 13-01-07

Buy the book

This book doesn't really lend itself to audio as well as some others might. Would probably be best to spend your credits on another title and buy this in book form.

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  • K. C. H
  • 18-05-13

You should warn your readers

Would you try another book from Don Colbert and/or Steve Hiller?

In a world filled with many religious viewpoints, your books summary should warn people that you will be preaching Christianity and not just Health.

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  • onrust
  • 15-12-11

Dont wast ur money or Credits

What disappointed you about Toxic Relief?

Dr.Colbert put his personal options on life style as if there fact.

Would you ever listen to anything by Don Colbert again?

No

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

For born again's maybe.

Any additional comments?

I made the mistake of buying this book by only looking at *****star reviews not Reading the reviews that was a mistake and I learned the hard way.

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  • Andrew
  • 17-07-08

Doctor or preacher???

I was pretty into this book for the first 3/4 of it. It seemed like sound, well-researched medical knowledge. Then the last 1/4 of the book was a ridiculous list of biblical quotations about fasting, etc. Have your beliefs, but keep them in their proper place, not in a book on medical advise. I have trouble trusting any of the information in the first part of the book if its written by somebody who puts so much stock in an ancient, self-contradicting, storybook. And tries to use quotes from it to support medical "facts."

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