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Carrot Patch Cafe --- Best Lunch in Town!
July 24, 2009
Carrot Patch Cafe --- Best Lunch in Town!
Staying in Kerrville, Texas for the weekend to visit relatives was healthier than I expected. On my drive in I pulled into the tourist bureau and asked if they had a health food store in town. They mentioned the Carrot Patch Cafe. When I went over there, I saw a big aluminum sign that said Kerrville Health Foods. Walking in I showed the owner my book and they immediately put it on display "for sale." Then the next day I went back there for lunch at theCarrot Patch Cafe and had a buffalo burger on a whole grain bun and with fresh carrot juice. When I asked for a half a lemon to put in my juice --- they gave it to me. When I asked for salsa for my burger --- they gave it to me. When Iasked to talk to the owner after lunch they said he was outside hanging out. When I found him I had to look straight up on the side of the climbing wall he just put up. What can I say --- these are my kinda people and hands down; the best lunch in town!
Kerrville Health Foods
Carrot Patch Cafe
Herbal Heating Pads
Hepatitis C, CURED
The Owner; Hanging Out!
Best Buffalo Burger Chef in Town
For your own safety, do not smoke in the Carrot Patch Cafe
August 2, 2009
I found your book at the local health food store in my small town and started reading it in the check out line, in fact they said I just missed you. It was so awesome that I sat in my car in the parking lot continuing to read, as I couldn't put it down! Not only was it extremely informative about how to heal form hep c, it was hilarious!
You have a great sense of humor which probably is as important as the other therapies out lined in your book. I honestly believe that this little book is the first hope I have received since my diagnosis of hep c15 years ago. I have already started the protocol which has lifted my spirits greatly.
You are brave and compassionate to publish such an extremely cutting edge book for all of us out here feeling helpless with this disease --- Thank you! I will be emailing you with progress reports on my healing journey.
In Memory of Johnny's Father
This picture was taken in 1997, when I went to my father's 50 Year Medical Reunion and assisted him in all of his activities. A little background on my father...he was born on 9 July 1912 in Muncie, Indiana. He attended local schools and after graduating from Muncie Central High he attended Kenyon College in Ohio, Rollins College in South Florida, and the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and became an engineer. Later in his career, he graduated from Tulane Medical School during World War II and as a Naval Reserve officer he taught anatomy at Tulane for the war effort to train more doctors. He was a specialist in Tropical diseases and worked with the Hanson's disease clinic near New Orleans. Due to this interest he was part of the consortium who was working to develop antibiotics such as sulfa and penicillin which would change the treatment of many infections as well as Hanson's disease. It was paramount to the treatment of the war wounded as well.
Going to his reunion and meeting his class mates, I was associating with such medical legends as Drs. Alton Oscher, Leon Meier, Flora Finch, Bob Brown, Michael DeBakey, Dr. Herbert, Dr. F. Marascalco and many others. Dr. Michael de Bakey you may remember is the famous Houston Heart Surgeon who operated on Boris Yelson's heart; which was a very successful operation. Bob Brown is not only an excellent Doctor, but he also was one of the New York Yankee's better baseball players during 1948 and 1949. All are Tulane graduates in my Dad's class or they had Interned with him.
After graduation he worked with Dr. Oscher in the Touro Infirmary and was recognized as intern of the year and later was offered a position in the clinic that Dr. Oscher was starting in New Orleans after the war. Instead my father chose to go to Fort Walton Beach in Northwest Florida and open a general practice as that area had no medical care at the time. This was front-line medicine dealing with all manner of treatment outside his office including house calls. Working with the local Congressman Bob Sikes they established a small hospital and attracted more doctors to the area. He was the doctor of record and call when US presidents came to visit the many armed forces bases in the area. He sat on the Florida medical exam board as well as being the head of the State Board of Health for some time. In the early 1970s he retired from medical practice.
In Memory of Johnny's Mother
This picture was taken in 1955 when my Mom (Eugenia) and I were at our Family Reunion. Eugenia Annie Mae Rudulph Maxon 1917- 1973 was born on the 9th of June 1917 in Selma, Alabama to Burwell Blount Rudulph and his 2nd wife, Caroline Caffey Rudulph. This was his 7th daughter and the first child of Caroline. Three of his daughters and his 1st wife died of scarlet fever during the epidemic that spread across the country.
Eugenia grew up at Cloverdale, the family place in Lowdnes county, near Hayneville Alabama that had been in the family since 1834. She was sent to De Funiak Springs to Palmer High school, a part of the Chataqua Movement at the time. She graduated from Wheaton College in Chicago in June of 1938 with a degree in British Literature. Her classmate and good friend was to become the famous Billy Graham. She married Robert von Purucker Maxon at the First Baptist Church In Montgomery Alabama on 25 June 1938.
For several years in the early 1970's she had been battling different cancers. We were together in London in 1973 and while going through the subway turn-style she hit her right side that released toxins in her liver that took her life very shortly within days. I loved my mother very much, but I must say over and over again I am reminded throughout my whole life of the importance of good liver health.
Friday night November 9, 2012 I was at the open of Skyfall. I told Daniel Craig aka James Bond 007 that this was the best Bond movie EVER! If you get a chance; go see it you will not be disappointed! Daniel is a gentlemen and great guy, we had wonderful conversations all evening. I will never forget how he was very interested in the things I do and kept probing about my work with good liver health. Problems with Addiction and Hepatitis are not in short supply in Hollywood. Daniel told me he has gone vegan. And we both agreed that is best. So I told him my mantra: "Good liver health is a Dedication, its a Commitment into a new Resurgence of the Hippocratic Oath that everyone should take; Do thy body no harm, food is thy medicine." He took my card and we parted good friends. Go see Skyfall.