Health from the Seas: Freedom from Disease

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Vital Health Publishing, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 127 pages
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Did you know that a substance in the backbone of an arrow squid can naturally reduce cholesterol levels? In Health from the Seas, Marine scientist John Croft not only describes the many nutritious treasures found underwater, but also offers scientific proof of the various ways they can promote health and healing. Each of ten chapters first focuses on a health condition or several related problems, and then discusses the oceanic gift that can be used to relieve that disorder.
 

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This book is an excellent source of information for those of us interested in alternative ways to manage our health issues. The language is user friendly yet detailed enough to come to informed decisions about what supplement could be appropriate for individual use. With so many supplemental products available and the cost varying from reasonable to exploitive, this material is very useful for the consumer to make wise choices. 

Contents

The Seas
1
Alcohol Damage
7
Arthritis
13
Atherosclerosis
37
Cancer
41
The Common Cold Influenza and Viral Disorders
49
Dermatological Diseases
57
Hyperlipidemia
63
Mental Health
71
Osteoporosis
81
Radiation Sickness the Thyroid and Goiter
85
Farming the Seas for Medicines
89
Personal Experiences
101
References
119
Index
125
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About the author (2003)

John Croft is a marine scientist, health-product researcher, and lifelong lover of the sea. He has served as Research Director/Consultant of McFarlane Laboratories/Healtheries of New Zealand for over thirty years. John is also the author of Relief From Arthritis: The Natural Way.

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