35 Practical Ways to Improve Your Health: A Common Sense Approach for Wholesome Living

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Real-Life Publications, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 142 pages
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In today's stressful society, the benefits of good nutrition are more important than ever. When people eat healthier, they look & feel better. Still, many cannot find the time or do not have the know-how to make useful changes to their diet or lifestyle. 35 PRACTICAL WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH presents a simple, yet effective, nutritional program that supplies all the essential vitamins, minerals, & nutrients needed in a balanced diet. It's written for those who are unhappy with their current health level, but aren't sure what they can do to raise it. Each of the 35 chapters covers a different food, seasoning, herb, supplement, soup, tea, health technique, etc., that adds to the total success of the plan. Readers will love the handy, time-saving recipes for making nourishing soups, herbal teas, or whole grains. They'll discover how inexpensive & easy it is to fix many nutritious foods with just subtle changes in their preparation. When the guidelines are followed, nothing will stop them from reaching their highest health potential. Reid Lassonde is an expert in natural health & well-being. He followed the ideas outlined in his book to recover from several health related problems that began in 1982.

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