Jeff and Susan Weaver provide a prime example of how nutrition can change lives and improve catastrophic outcomes. But it's really more than that. A must-read for everyone.
Powerful.... This book is a road map, a template that can hopefully be followed by any individual who feels abandoned by ‘Western Medicine.’
This book is a recipe for hope.... Told with honesty, humor, and love, the story begins in anguish with his wife’s uncertain diagnosis for breast cancer. But, digging deep into the research, he finds a way forward not only for Susan but for himself and maybe for us all.
—DIGNA CASSENS, MHA, RDN, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Author, & Speaker
—MARIE CONNORS, Adjunct Professor of English, Irvine Valley College
—SIMON DAVIES, PhD, Professor of Kinesiology and Health, Irvine Valley College
Jeffery Weaver was born and raised on a family farm in Myrtle Creek, Oregon. He currently lives in Brea, California with his wife, Susan, their two children, Joshua and Nicole, and their Australian Shepherds, Cooper and Bounce.
I will be speaking to students who are taking Writing 1, an academic writing class at Irvine Valley College on May 15.
I recorded a segment for Write Now a national podcast. Sarah Werner interviews writers of all genres from new writers to New York Times best selling authors. Here are the links. http://www.sarahwerner.com/coffee-break-047-jeffery-weaver/ https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/write-now-with-sarah-werner/id965417235
I did an interview for Rachael Hardcastle, check it out on her site:
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