Earl Carter invariably convinces his
critics, even those in the medical profession, that his Healthy
Cell Concept is the best way to total health. All of Carter's
research is scientifically and medically documented. The data
presented in this book has been confirmed by NASA, the U.S. Air
Force, Dr. Kenneth Cooper's Institute of Aerobics Research, and
the Hong Kong University. In addition, Carter has consulted with
NASA in the preparation of an advanced rebounding exercise program
for use in the zero gravity of space, recognized as necessary
to prevent the loss of bone mass suffered by our astronauts in
past space explorations.
Earl Carter attended Oklahoma State University on full scholarship
for wrestling. He completed his college work as a full scholarship
wrestler at the University of Utah, qualifying twice for Olympic
competition in wrestling. He was all-around gymnastic champion
in Montana, Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas. In 1974 and
1975, his Gymnastics Fantastics professional trampoline
team gave over 500 performances to more than half a million spectators.
that his extraordinary good health and superior strength was connected
to his work on the trampoline, Carter set out to find out why
the human body reacts so positively to rebounding. He developed
The Rebounder, a home-sized rebound exerciser, and published his
second book, The Miracles of Rebound Exercise, in 1979.
The Healthy Cell Concept presented in The Cancer Answer
is the result of over a decade of research on all the components
necessary to perfect health.
a lecturer and educator, Carter has appeared on national television
in the US, Australia, Hong Kong, and the Philippines. In 1983,
by special invitation of the Hong Kong government, Carter was
retained to teach the 35,000 members of the police and fire departments
The Healthy Cell Concept and the benefits of rebound exercise.
Today, Carter is recognized as the originator of The Healthy Cell
Concept and the world's greatest authority on rebounding, incontrovertibly
the most efficient and effective exercise devised by man.