We all know that the food we eat and the lifestyle we choose affects our health. Scientific researchers have proved this to us for decades, and our own experience tells us so. In macrobiotics, we follow the rhythm of the seasons and the natural healing processes in harmony with nature’s movement.
Many people have given testimonials of how they healed breast cancer, Crohn’s disease, and other illnesses with macrobiotic diets, specially designed for them. In 2000, an important study of alternative treatments used by cancer patients reported unconventional treatments, including macrobiotics, effective in reducing stress, minimizing discomforts, and giving patients a sense of control. (Sparber, A., Et Al. “Use Of Complementary Medicine By Adult Patients Participating In Cancer Clinical Trials.” Oncology Nurses Forum 2000. 27(4):623–630).
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Harvard School of Public Health. “Healthy Eating Plate and Healthy Eating Pyramid.” The Nutrition Source. Boston, MA. http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/what-should-you-eat/pyramid/index.html
Panel on Macronutrients, Institute of Medicine of the National Academies. Dietary Reference Intakes for Energy, Carbohydrate, Fiber, Fat, Fatty Acids, Cholesterol, Protein, and Amino Acids. Washington, DC: National Academies Press, 2005.
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Brown, Virginia, and Susan Stayman. Macrobiotic Miracle: How a Vermont Family Overcame Cancer. Tokyo: Japan Publications, 1984. [recovery from malignant melanoma, Stage IV]
Fawcett, Ann, and Cynthia Smith, compilers. Cancer-Free: 30 Who Triumphed over Cancer Naturally. New York: Japan Publications, 1991. [account of Kit Kitatani, a United Nations administrator from Japan who had untreatable stomach cancer]
Kohler, Jean, and Mary Alice Kohler. Healing Miracles from Macrobiotics: A Diet for All Seasons. New York: Parker, 1979. [recovery from terminal pancreatic cancer]
Scientific Advisor to Kushi's Kitchen is Dr. Lawrence H. Kushi
Lawrence H. Kushi, ScD, is Director of Scientific Policy, Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente. Internationally recognized for his expertise in nutritional epidemiology, Dr. Kushi’s research interests have focused on the role of food and nutrition in the development and prognosis of breast and other cancers. He has led several research grants from the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Kushi is also is the second son of Michio and Aveline Kushi, the foremost proponents of macrobiotics and leaders in the development and acceptance of unconventional and lifestyle approaches to cancer. To see a list of some of his publications in medical journals, please click here.
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