Taiji (pronounced Tie-jee) is an excellent system of exercise characterized by spiraling, supple, lithe movements, but it is much more than just a mild exercise. Taiji can also be used as an effective martial art, moving meditation, a way by which blood, nerve, and lymph blockages can be reduced, as well as reducing needless tensions, thus improving health; a way to develop good balance and power, clearer thinking, smooth and more effective actions, and is even able to make one better looking.
Antioxidants: Mighty Cancer Weapons describes how large quantities of antioxidants (AOs) can benefit cancer patients of both orthodox and alternative oncology. It explains how and why a super abundance of AOs are able to create an inhospitable terrain for the cancer cells, with a potential for their demise. It speaks of cancer prevention, how AOs positively affect blood flow, how they alkalize the body, hydrate cells, attract oxygen into the cells, enhance the conductivity of bodily fluids, and much more.
Thomas Lupich is the Preceptor of the International Society of Seekers of the Truth, a retired electrical designer from Princeton University's Plasma Physics Laboratory, and a taiji instructor with an interest in science and health. His major interest is Biblical truth. He, therefore, considers himself a truth seeker: an avocation that he recommends to all men. Jesus commanded his disciples to become seekers of the truth and Thomas Lupich took him at his word.