Pocket Guide to Macrobiotics

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Ten Speed Press, 1997 - Medical - 126 pages
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This enlightening reference guide demystifies macrobiotics and offers the keys to unlock your body’s self-healing mechanism and attain a more balanced condition leading to optimal health. The author, Carl Ferré, not only categorizes macrobiotic foods, cooking methods, and natural home remedies, but also explains the twelve principles of macrobiotics, the stages of illness and healing, and the art of self-diagnosis.

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About the author (1997)

Carl Ferre began macrobiotic practice in 1975 and has been studying, practicing, and teaching macrobiotic thinking and lifestyle ever since. He is author of Acid Alkaline Companion and Pocket Guide to Macrobiotics, president of the George Ohsawa Macrobiotic Foundation, editor of Macrobiotics Today magazine, and director of the French Meadows camp. He enjoys playing music and hiking in his spare time. For more information, see: www.OhaswaMacrobiotics.com.

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