It is hard not to be enthusiastic about this book. I picked it up in Australia while I was trying to find a solution to my long term suffering from Bell's Palsy and conjunctivitis - two illnesses which the conventional medical profession seem powerless to prevent.
Dr Clark has developed (and tested extensively) a theory that can be summarised as follows... The human body has developed the potential over millions of years to deal with most ailments, provided we do not overburden the immune system with pollutants (heavy metals, toxic fibres, solvents, etc.) AND we can get rid of parasites (flukes, viruses, etc.) She has investigated each of the pollutants and parasites and provides very thorough procedures for tracking down their sources and eliminating them from our daily environments without the use of more drugs or proprietary compounds. Her remarks about solvent pollution from plastic containers made me change my preference for bottled water!
She also provides designs for inexpensive electronic devices to kill parasites and methods for testing whether parasites are present in your body.
I have no medical qualifications, but this book struck me as a radical reassessment of our approach to chronic illnesses from cancer to the common cold - an approach that makes intuitive sense and takes the mystery out of many common illnesses.
The book is full of case histories and snippets and can be dipped into once you have grasped the concepts in the first few chapters. It is written from a North American perspective, and she details many American products that are sources of pollutants. But the principles are applicable globally. The index could be better, but it is such a compelling and easy book to read that it is difficult to put down.
And by the way, since taking Dr Clark's advice I have had no recurrence of either conjunctivitis or Bell's Palsy!