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By: Stella Stickland


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Whilst the purpose of this book is to discuss the dangers of the foods on the supermarket shelves, it is also autobiographical. The author has based it upon a period of her own life and the trials and tribulations she encountered. It includes spiritual matters, women’s issues, social problems, politics, self-help, psychology, food intolerances, and family matters.

One day she heard a man’s voice speak to her. She knew instantly it was God’s voice and He proceeded to tell her that she was going to be made into a very strong person where she would be able to travel around freely on her own (she had been slightly agoraphobic for years) to enable her to do the work she had come to do.

Stella has been divorced, remarried, and has had sons and stepsons. She has in the past owned and run a property development company. She is a practising spiritual healer, counsellor, food allergy and intolerance advisor, and life coach.

Because of her having to learn all about food she has since helped a lot of people with all types of illnesses both physical and emotional, by changing their diets, and it brings enormous satisfaction to see how the advice has helped them get their health back and lead full lives again.

The book also discusses freedom and the lack of it in relation to social and political issues.

Stella was born in Worthing in 1946. She married in 1965 and had two sons. The family moved to Sedlescombe in East Sussex in 1975, where she became very interested in self-sufficiency i.e. growing fruit and vegetables, she also had a cow for the meat and sheep for the wool. Also passionate about cookery and crafts especially sewing. Since then she doesn’t eat any red meat.

She was divorced in 1981 and had to make an income for herself and her young sons. A chance remark from a friend led her to buy a five-floored Grade 2 listed house to convert into flats which she did and then created a property development company to buy and convert four-, five-, six-floored buildings into flats/apartments. She married again in 1988 and has two stepsons. Mike and she have many grandchildren and a few great grandchildren. Stella became ill in her sixties with colitis, as a result, she has made a study of the effects of food on the body, and the illnesses food can cause, especially from processed food. By being selective with her diet she nursed her body back to health without any drugs. She has given food advice to many people, with some spectacular successes. She is a practising spiritual healer, counsellor, and published author, and for many years she ran a small healing centre in Sussex.

For many years she was a member of White Lodge, the Centre of New Directions, a worldwide healing college.

Was for a time chair of Rye and District Labour Party. Was a candidate in two elections.

From 1988 was a Member of the Federation of Master Builders.

1998 – The Open University: Certificate in Health & Social Care. HSc (Open).

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