Interview with Dr. Gabriel Cousens M.D. by Happy Oasis | Bliss U News

We are starting to teach how easy it is to live a raw-billionaire, godzillionaire, blisstrillionaire lifestyle.

Meanwhile, Maui's ocean was crashing, sub-tropical birds chattering in chorus with weed whippers singing during this acoustically-challenged, nonetheless raw-awe-inspiring phone interview with the illustrious Dr. Gabriel Cousens who was at the Tree of Life in Arizona at the time.

Dr. Gabriel Cousens is the author of seven internationally acclaimed books including Spiritual Nutrition.  He is known worldwide as a spiritual teacher and the leading expert in live, plant-source nutrition. The New York Times calls him, "the fasting guru and detoxification expert".  His multi-cultural background as an ordained rabbi, an prominent yogi, and a four-year Native American Sundancer, adds insight to his “whole-person enlightenment” teachings.

As founder and director of the Tree of Life Foundation in Arizona and the Tree of Life Center US, Gabriel has taught extensively in twenty countries and has initiated humanitarian projects in Mexico, Ghana, Nigeria, and Ethiopia. In his latest book, There Is A Cure For Diabetes, Dr. Cousens presents his rejuvenation center’s program for successfully reversing diabetes naturally in 21 days. www.DrCousens.com.

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