Internal Cleansing: Rid Your Body of Toxins and Return to Vibrant Good Health

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Prima Pub., 1997 - Health - 297 pages
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In her new book, "Internal Cleansing, author Linda Berry warns that stress, poor food choices, and the environmental toxins that surround us could be causing serious illness. Berry offers sound advice and practical techniques for ridding the body of the many harmful additives and synthetic compunds that find their way into our air, food, and water. "Internal Cleansing is an excellent resource that offers specific recommendations and name-brand comparisons of products that will help you detoxify your body. You'll learn to: recognize the dangers in our air, food, and water
avoid everyday risks
improve your digestion
return to vibrant good health
"Internal Cleansing illustrates how important it is to identify the key areas of stress that contribute to failing health, and identifies the four kinds of stress (structural, biochemical, mental, emotional, and electromagnetic). This book will guide you to proven and effective therapies to remove obstacles that are interfering with your effective detoxification and elimination pathways. You'll find simple, inexpensive, and effective prodedures to decrease your toxic stress load.

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Toxins in Our Food
Dietary Fiber for Good Health
The Basics of Internal Cleansing

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About the author (1997)

Linda Berry is a chiropractor, a certified clinical nutritionist, and a diplomate of the American Chiropractic Board of Nutrition. She specializes in helping thousands of people rid themselves of toxins and enjoy a better life.

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