Raw Health: Pathways to Natural Healing

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AuthorHouse, Mar 13, 2007 - Self-Help - 124 pages
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How can you really take control of your health, well being and happiness?

Your body is a complex, fine-tuned organism.  Thanks to our modern diet, lifestyle and the environment we are taxing this fine-tuned instrument to the limit. In this short book, we would like to make you keenly aware of your responsibility in living up to your potential; not only intellectually, but mentally, physically and spiritually. Let’s get started.  

For you brave souls who have decided to take control of your health, we have something empowering for you.  The first and primary step in taking charge of your health is taking control of what enters your body.  Did you know that your health begins in a very large way with your food choices, physical activity and related lifestyle choices?  Hang on for a speedy, informative ride.

Raw Health was written by six women from various backgrounds who came together to share their successes in achieving optimum health. We were all interested in helping others and our paths crossed through our raw food support groups.

As we traveled down this road in search of better health, we began to realize each other’s gifts.  In doing so, we discovered that there are many facets of improving ones’ health.   Our hearts and minds opened to each other as we realized that we were all on the same path.

As mothers who nurture and love their offspring, we dedicate this book to you in hopes that your life is enriched with the knowledge of Raw Health…as these are the days of YOUR life.

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About the author (2007)

Nancy Przedwojewski is a wife, mother, grandmother, teacher and alternative health practitioner.  She has spent the last 28 years educating her large family in natural healing and is an entertaining and informative health and wellness educator for church groups, schools and adult education classes.

Janice Welsh, a gourmet raw food chef and her daughter, Danielle Anwar have been eating living plant-based food since March of 2003.  Learn how they overcame diabetes, obesity, asthma and allergies by changing their diet. They conduct presentations on how to prepare living food that tastes great and improves health.

Mozell P. Lang is a Hallelujah Acres trained Health Minister and a Raw Chef.  She served as Science Consultant for the State of Michigan for 16 years. Maya S. Lang, Mozell's daughter, contributed to this chapter.  Maya is a dancer in New York City, preparing to attend  law school.

Cricket Lott is a Hallelujah Acres Health Minister.  She is the host of the local raw food potluck, including the web site and monthly newsletter to support it.  She teaches Living Raw Foods preparation and is a lifestyle change consultant. She is also a gardener and wife, mother and grandmother.  

Curlada Eure-Harris is a loving wife, mother of a multi generational family, community oriented professional person who lives a life she labels as “wholistically focused on growth for self and others.”  She is also a Master-Degreed, Licensed Professional Counselor, a Community College Career Counselor and Student Development Professor.

Lynnette Young Overby is a professor at Michigan State University.  She earned her BS in Physical Education from Hampton University, MA in Dance Education from George Washington University, and Ph.D. in Motor Development from University of Maryland. She teaches Movement for Actors, Arts Across the Curriculum and directs the Young Peoples Touring Company.
 

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