Publisher: Cancer Book House
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Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
Unlike health books that cover only nutrition and lifestyle factors, or books that deal with consciousness, spirituality, personal growth, and metaphysical considerations outside the realm of the physical, How We Heal addresses healing in the broadest conceivable context. It presents this whole range of topics in a coherent, comprehensive manner that introduces the novice reader to Body Electronics, iridology, sclerology, and other alternative health modalities. Author Douglas Morrison explores the physical factors — sleep, water, exercise, and detrimental influences such as amalgam dental fillings, root canals, fluoride, electromagnetic fields, vaccinations, drugs — that influence health and explains why it’s necessary to integrate them with the hidden patterns of thought, word, and emotion that make healing possible. Through the use of analogies and practical examples, the book helps readers embrace this new way of seeing their own reality. Diagrams and illustrations throughout help further illuminate these potentially life-changing concepts.
Have you ever wondered after taking a supplement or herb for some time, then stop taking it, later on noticing that there was really no significant benefit whether you took it or not? Then realizing you could have saved your hard earned money and used it on something more worthwhile? Or purchasing some exercise equipment and eventually form your own home gym, later on wishing one day you could have your own garage sale? Or becoming mesmerized by some health guru, whether from some infomercial or word of mouth, and buying their plan or program? Then after receiving it, realizing it s a tad bit involved where you feel overwhelmed to the point it becomes a dust collector? Doctors push drugs, Naturopaths push herbs, Nutritionists push supplements, but who s pushing HEALTH? I m talking about just simple good information that the average Joe can use right now, and won t have to figure out anything at all, jargon free facts, that are not just unique, and relevant, but very practical. And it s not going to cost you an arm or a leg, a lot of time and energy, or fear of the unknown. Inside this very book you will receive the equivalent of volumes of information from some of the greatest minds on the subject of health. In a simple clear-cut, easy to use, right now approach without tons of pages to sift through! You Will Learn... What actually constitutes REALhealth! How getting the wrong fiber can deplete your nutrient reserves! How some supplements and drugs never leave your body! (That s scary!) What really goes on in your GI tract in full detail! The truth about food combining (You ll like this!) Something we do at the dinner table that s not as bad as we thought! The truth about low sodium, low fat, low carb, & high protein diets! How to turn the food you eat into your own personal vitamin shop for FREE! How to jumpstart your metabolism with these simple techniques! How to get rid of 2-6 pounds of fat a week and keep it off! (You ll be amazed!) All This & Much, Much More! About the Author Anthony Tony Leon graduated at the top of his class from Lincoln Technical Institute. He received the Instructors Award for excellence in grades and working well with his peers. His instructors saw that he was destined for a different purpose in life, other than repairing cars and trucks. He has always had a curiosity as to how things work, along with fixing them. This included a strong desire and fascination on the restoration of the most precious and uniquely engineered system on the planet, the human body. Tony has spent more than 20 years researching the principles of what constitutes health. This eventually led him to become a Certified Health Specialist, focusing on the fact that true health can only be achieved by cooperating with God s natural design and function of the human body. His philosophy is based upon there s no such thing as a cure, only correction. Which he implements the education, un-education, and re-education concept to enlighten, encourage, and empower individuals with the knowledge and tools necessary to improve their level of health, beyond just the absence of symptoms. This philosophy is reflected in the numerous health presentations, cooking classes and workshops, where he shares his extensive knowledge of relevant health related topics including auto-immune conditions such as cancer. Tony utilizes sound lifestyle principles and practical protocols to assist individuals who are willing to put forth an honest effort, achieve health and vitality. He has also worked a number of years as a vegetarian cook for Country Life Vegetarian Restaurant."
Many people would like to adopt a healthier lifestyle but don't know where to begin. When you consider all the conflicting information published daily in newspapers and magazines, as well as, the various opinions and diets prevalent in the health and nutrition world, adopting a healthy lifestyle can seem confusing. In reality, it's rather simple, if you have the right information. In this book you will find thirteen simple, applicable principles to help you change those old, unhealthy habits, without sacrificing any of life's fun. They are easy to adopt and include practical, daily exercises to help set you on the path to a longer, healthier life. The author believes in enjoying life and sees food as playing a major role in that enjoyment. The key principles he proposes in What Are You Doing to Your Body? offer users the chance for a healthier life that they can truly enjoy! The earlier we start healthy living, the better we'll be in our later years. We only live once. Why not make the best of life's wonderful journey?
It's about time we had a book like this. Michelle Bernard has a rare gift for putting in plain words extraordinarily effective and levelheaded ways to properly care for cats. Steering clear of faddish, dangerous trends-and dissecting the oodles of misinformation that has regrettably become the norm in mainstream advice on animal nutrition-she shines most conspicuously on the issue of a proper feline diet. By giving the reader a common-sense, straightforward strategy for preparing a diet that is based solely on the nutritional requirements of true carnivores, her book is a must-have for anyone committed to building and maintaining glowing good health for cats. Bernard's work on all aspects of caring naturally for cats is based on years of meticulous research and hands-on experience, yet she translates her knowledge into simple, common sense guidelines that anyone can understand and put to use. Her eloquent explanation of homeopathy demystifies this splendid, ancient healing art that is so marvelously suited to cats, giving the reader a valuable awareness about how to build and nurture a cat's health from the inside out. This alone is a refreshing and most welcome approach given the routine over-medication and over-vaccination of cats. If you love your cat, read this book. All of it.