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Super Supplements By Dr Bruce A J Dewe & Joan R Dewe
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New for 2016: NeoLifeTea and NeoLifeBar! We recommend ProVitality. This is a four-factor sachet that contains 1x Salmon Oil Plus (all 8 omega-3s), 1x Carotenoid Complex (antioxidants from 25 fruits... More > and vege), 1x Tre-en-en (phytolipids & phytosterols) and 1x multi-vitamin/multi-mineral complex. It's a simple, easy way to introduce family and friends to whole-food-natural supplements that work. We recommend ProVitality because the World Health Organisation's 2005 Chronic Disease Report makes it plain we are losing the battle against chronic diseases like Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, Chronic Respiratory Disease and Diabetes. We need to stop smoking, exercise more and change our diet, and ProVitality provides the very nutrients the WHO recommends as prevention criteria. Dr & Mrs Dewe write with the combined skills of an MD and a Natural Medicine Practitioner, plus an awareness of the WHO recommendations of increasing whole grains, fruit and vegetables and fish in the diet.< Less
Narayani Materia Medica By Robert Davidson
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(1 Ratings)
For Professional Homeopaths and amateurs alike, this collection of uniquely created and clinically developed Homeopathic Combination Remedies will benefit any Practitioner with an open mind and a... More > true concern for the cure of the patient in front of them.< Less
You Can Beat Prostate Cancer By Robert J. Marckini
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The task of choosing the right prostate cancer treatment is daunting. It is further complicated by conflicting information the patient receives from physicians and the Internet. This book is written... More > by a prostate cancer survivor who now runs an international prostate cancer support group. It’s about his journey and the important things he learned along the way. It is the book the author wishes had been available when he was diagnosed 6 years ago. It is intended to provide specific information for men who are at risk or have been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. All major treatment options are examined and the pros and cons of each are summarized. A relatively new, non-invasive, highly effective treatment is highlighted. It is an option that cures cancer as well as any other option, but generally leaves the patient with a higher quality of life and fewer, if any, side effects. This book has been endorsed by several physicians as well as other highly respected people from all walks of life.< Less
Low-Stress Food By Joon Yun & Stephanie Daniel
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The food we eat may represent a significant, previously unrecognized, source of chronic stress. Food not only provides calories, but also information. Despite the unprecedented abundance, modern food... More > can erroneously convey stress associated with resource scarcity. Our bodies assimilate the stress embedded in the foods – so that we truly are what we eat. Insight into the role of chronic stress embedded in the foods represents the first step in recognizing how food can improve our mental and physical wellness. The association between food and health has generated recent interest in organic foods, local foods, “slow foods”, vegetarianism, raw foods, natural foods and free-range meats. Low-Stress Food may represent the unifying paradigm that links these various modern movements under a common umbrella. Low-Stress Food exemplifies a broader philosophy that good relationships with nature and each other is the foundation to building a better world.< Less