The Pollution Inside You: What Is Your Body Dying to Say?

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Safe Goods, 2009 - Health & Fitness - 135 pages
What is your body dying to say? The human body is a very powerful instrument and can take years of the cruelest punishment. But one day it reaches its capacity for being loaded down with useless foods, chemicals and pollution. Usually it is only after disease strikes that people start to treat their bodies better. This book can help you avoid symptoms before disease sets in. If you are tired or just not feeling well you body may be trying to tell you something. The Pollution Inside You outlines what exactly is bad for your body from toxins in the home to the environment and what is really bad in food. It gives symptoms of toxicity and provides a program for ridding th body of these disease building conditions. Raw Foods recipes are included in addition to do it yourself home recipes for purchasing eco-friendly products and even plants that absorb indoor toxins. The author is a highly respected practitioner in both alternative and allopathic medicines.

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Rhonda Donahue, PhD, specializes in Nutritional Counseling, Microscopy, Anti-Aging and Bio-Energetic Technology. She is respected in the Health Field both in Alternative and Allopathic Medicine and strives towards excellence and professionalism in the Health Industry. She encourages individuals to lead a healthier lifestyle in the areas of Nutrition, Emotional Health, and Physical and Spiritual Healing. She is a member of the prestigious Anti-Aging 4 Medicine. Rhonda has a Bachelors degree in Nutrition and a Masters degree in Metaphysical Science. Rhonda is determined to help individuals gain knowledge and insight into finding ones own potential and finding balance in life and health.

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