Alternative cures that really work: for the savvy health consumer-a must-have guide to more than 100 food remedies, herbs, supplements, and healing techniques

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Rodale, Oct 30, 2006 - Health & Fitness - 388 pages
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Two leading practitioners of alternative and complementary medicine explore the most effective natural treatments for a wide range of ailments, covering food remedies, herbs, nutritional supplements, and other healing techniques with a star rating systemt

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Your arthritic knees are killing you. Should you try acupuncture, glucosamine, magnets, fish oils, or one of the other popular alternative treatments for arthritis? Fortunately, this book will help ... Read full review

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I skimmed through this book to read what ailments interested me. It was a good reference guide for a few certain "cures" but it didnt have as many remedies as I would have liked. Read full review

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Contents

Which Alternative Cures Really Work?
1
Understanding Medical Studies
7
Alternative Approaches to Alzheimers Disease
13
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About the author (2006)

Ronald L. Hoffman is the founder of the Hoffman Center in New York City, which focuses on internal medicine, combining both modern and holistic aspects. He graduated from Albert Einstein College of Medicine and is also a nutritionist and has formulated his own line of supplements. Hoffman is the host of a radio show called Health Talk, which is broadcasted in the tri-state area. He is also the author of several books including, " Seven Weeks to a Settled Stomach," "Tired All the Time" and "Intelligent Medicine." He is a fellow of the American Academy of Environmental Medicine and the American College for the Advancement of Medicine. The Hoffman Center specializes in chronic fatigue syndrome, heart problems, Attention Deficit Disorder, autism, rheumatic arthritis and allergies, among others.

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