Linda Page's Healthy Healing: A Guide to Self-Healing for Everyone

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Healthy Healing, Inc., Sep 1, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 651 pages
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The ultimate resource for improving your health naturally! In its first edition nearly 20 years ago, Dr Linda Page's book Healthy Healing was the only one of its kind. Now updated and expanded, it's still the easiest to use natural health reference book on the market. Customise your own personal healing program from natural therapies for over 300 ailments through diet, whole herb supplements and exercise. Features: Product rating system revealing the products our test group found to be the most beneficial, fastest acting, and most highly recommended; Over 80 NEW pages of the latest research including emerging ailments such as SARS, Syndrome X, and Stress-Related Weight Gain; Specific guidelines for using herbal therapy before and after surgery in order to ensure maximum healing; Information on Genetically Engineered Foods, and Drug-Herb-Nutrient Interactions; Updated resources for finding qualified holistic and alternative practitioners near you.
 

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Page 164 show the ignorance of the author. Jojoba is not a cactus. I couldn't believe that this amazing plant was so insulted.
If your going to print it at least know what the plant looks like or
show that a little
research has been done.
Jojoba the golden ester is being confused with a cactus. How embarrassing to show ignorance 1 million times over 20 years and no one pick this?????
Hope this encourages a rethink reprint of you dribble and represent jojoba correctly
 

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About Dr. Linda Page Ph.D., Traditional NaturopathBack in the late 1970's, long before natural foods and herbal formulas became a widely accepted method for healing, Linda Page was sharing her extensive knowledge with those who dared to listen.Through what some would call a fateful accident, but Linda deems a blessing, she was faced with only one choice: to research alternative avenues of healing. While sequestered in a hospital with a life-threatening illness, she watched her 5-foot frame wither to 69 pounds, her hair drop out, and her skin peel off. The doctors told her they had no cure.(Read Linda's healing story in her own words, "Dear Reader")With only a cursory knowledge of herbs, she began a frantic research process of testing herbal formulas and healing food combinations on herself. She read voraciously about herbal healing. Good friends helped her shop for herbs and she began to formulate the many compounds that would eventually save her life.Linda was astonished as she watched her body restore itself back to life and wholeness, with skin and hair softer and more supple than ever before. It was this incident that inspired Linda to seek a degree in Naturopathy, and later her Ph.D. in Holistic Nutrition. After completing her coursework at Clayton College of Natural Health in Birmingham, Alabama, she became an adjunct professor. This was only the beginning for Linda.Linda's rewarding career as a leader in natural health and healing now spans almost three decades. As a prolific author and educator, Dr. Page has sold over a million books. Her most famous book, Healthy Healing - A Guide To Self-Healing For Everyone, has been used as a textbook for health and nutrition courses at UCLA, The Institute of Educational Therapy, and Clayton College of Natural Health; as well as being the original quick reference book of natural healing programs anyone can use. She has also written other books including: Diets for Healthy Healing, Cooking For Healthy Healing, How To

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