Do This and Live Healthy: 10 Simple Keys that Cure

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Charisma Media, Jun 5, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 240 pages
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 Real Health for Real People A happy, healthy life is easier than you think   Good health is vitally important if we hope to enjoy the abundant life God promises. No matter what frustrations you have faced with poor health, weight gain, or hereditary diseases, you can enjoy the good health Scripture talks about--and it is easier than you may think.   When studying the Bible from a physician’s perspective, Dr. Don VerHulst discovered keys to health that are modeled throughout both the Old and New Testaments. Even Jesus followed them in His daily routines. In Do This and Live Healthy, he explains these easy-to-follow basics, giving you God’s blueprint for achieving and enjoying good health.

Focusing on simple things you can do rather than a complicated list of restrictions, Do This and Live Healthy encourages and inspires with a simple approach that works. Discover how easy great health can be! 


 

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Don VerHulst, MD, Host of Hope For Your Health believes it’s easier than people think to to live a happy, healthy life. By following tips he read in the Bible, he has discovered an easy diet and ... Read full review

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"Do this and Live Healthy" 10 simple Keys that Cure- by Don Verhulst, MD. Book Review. Dr. Verhulst has written a book that addresses the keys to health, and these 10 keys are really pretty simple. He ... Read full review

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Don VerHulst, MD, is a teacher, ordained minister, and speaker, and he hosts the television program Hope for Your Health. He embraces the naturopathic philosophy of health and has dedicated his life to teaching the principles of preventive medicine. He received his BS in zoology from the University of Michigan and his MD from Wayne State University School of Medicine. Dr. Don and his wife, Susan, have four children. 

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