Secrets of Healthy Living, hum?
I’ve studied with a Naturopath, and I’m skeptical about books promising things like the secrets of healthy living.
Well, this one shocked me. Because many of the things I’ve taken for granted about health have just been exposed as myths. I felt for its simplicity, this could be one of the most important books I’ve read on self healing. I am already making some changes for my own wellbeing.
I don’t take to things like this lightly, especially books that promise the secrets of healthy living. There are tons out there. And my training as a practitioner makes me cautious.
Plus, I haven’t got the patience to do the time-consuming things you read in these kinds of books, or even in popular health magazines. Who does? Yet I discovered how easy it is to make the correct changes and take care of them right away. I was able to digest what I read and realistically customize the information to meet my needs.
I know taking supplements is good for you if you are taking the correct ones. You can read about that anywhere. But I didn’t know some of the new research. Like too much Omega 3 could kill you. Whoops… well, that makes sense.
But all those commercials about drinking down that probiotic yogurt — watch out. Now that’s one of the secrets to healthy living the yogurt drink ads don’t tell you.
Too Much of a Good Thing
Body builders may also be hurting themselves with too much protein. Maybe you know someone who is overdoing it. This is information they can use.
And anyone taking too many vitamins may put their well-being at risk–I thought I knew which ones to be careful of until I read this book. But, surprise: there’s one vitamin that’s supposed to stop cancer.
Oh yes, and there’s a correct amount of water. And just what is the truth about tap and mineral water? I thought minerals were good for you…
Did you hear about the common food from Britain that can cut your chances of heart attack by up to 50%? Or the drink from Italy that can cut Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s by as much as 60%? And that there’s a little vegetable to rocket your immune system?
Looking to lose weight: I could use a few surprise secrets to healthy living for battling fat. They’re in the book, too.
Chocolate seems to be getting good press these days–but which kind is good for you?
Usually when I read a book about secrets of healthy living I get overloaded. And unless it’s something I can honestly see myself doing, I’m bored before I finish.
But this book had me from the start. And what I like about it is the 90-day trial and risk-free guarantee. It also comes with some worthwhile bonus books, which are full books and not little pamphlets.
I’ve already made a couple of changes that helped me right away. So I encourage you to check this out yourself, there’s nothing to lose.
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