Sick and Tired?: Reclaim Your Inner Terrain

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Woodland Pub., 2001 - Health & Fitness - 303 pages
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SICK AND TIRED? presents the revolutionary theories of Dr. Robert Young, a scientist who has spent years studying how foods positively and negatively affect the body. This book provides a comprehensive view of Dr. Young's research on the advantages of an alkalarian diet and is a wonderful tool to help anyone get back on the road to good health.

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User Review  - Rachel - Goodreads

I found the information about Bechamp-Pasteur controversy, live (versus dead and dyed) blood analysis, pleomorphisms in blood, and pH's affects on blood to be quite fascinating and will be researching ... Read full review

Review: Sick and Tired?

User Review  - Goodreads

I found the information about Bechamp-Pasteur controversy, live (versus dead and dyed) blood analysis, pleomorphisms in blood, and pH's affects on blood to be quite fascinating and will be researching ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Robert O. Young, PH.D., D. Sc. has devoted his life to research into the causes of "Disease", and to helping people rebalance their helath and well-being. His mission is to create a greater understanding of the necessity for correct acid-alkaline balance in the body, based on healthy lifestyle, diet, and nutritional supplementation.

Young is a licensed massage therapist and a chef specializing in optimum nutrition.

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