Golden Rules for Vibrant Health in Body, Mind, and Spirit: A Holistic Approach to Health and Wellness

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Basic Health Publications, Inc., 2004 - Health & Fitness - 253 pages
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Sickness makes people turn inward and become more self-oriented, and chronic debilitating illness robs them of their ability to enjoy life to its fullest. This expansive book of commonsense rules for a healthy life offers practical information and tools for health-conscious people who are not in optimal health but wish to be.
 

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Excellent Book, Everything I was hoping it would be and absolutely informative !

Contents

Introduction
1
Food What and How You Eat
3
Water and Your Body
11
Structure and Function Exercising and Maintaining Your Body
17
Alkalinity and Acidity The Right Ratio for Your Body
25
Medicinal Wonder Foods
31
Nutritional Supplements
37
Rest and Sleep
45
Constipation
141
Asthma and Respiratory Disorders
145
Depression
149
Colds Flu and Other Infections
155
Stress Management
161
Relationships
173
Common Sense
185
Ergonomics
199

Fresh Air and Breathing
55
Choosing Your Doctors and Care Providers
61
Dont Put Poisons into Your Body
81
Heart Disease and Stroke
95
Blood Sugar Disorders
103
Headaches
111
Managing Your Weight
119
Arthritis
125
CancerA Modern Plague
133
Your Attitudes and Belief Systems
207
Notable QuotesWise Instructions for Life
221
Conclusion
223
References
225
Recommended Reading
231
Resources and Websites
233
Index
239
About the Author
249
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Page vii - When health is absent, wisdom cannot reveal itself; art cannot become manifest; strength cannot be exerted; wealth is useless, and reason is powerless.

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Sweere is a graduate of Northwestern Health Sciences University in Bloomington, Minnesota, where he is now a professor in the department of clinical sciences and the chairman of the department of occupational health.

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