Natural Health Remedies

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Charisma Media, 2015 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
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Finding a natural health reference book written from a Christian perspective can be a challenge--until now. Dr. Janet Maccaro presents a "self-care manual" of remedies for conditions from acne to zoonosis, and she shows you the healthiest foods, herbs, vitamins, and minerals for good health.
In this UPDATED AND EXPANDED EDITION Dr. Janet equips you with the most current, vital knowledge for good health with tips on:
  • FAMILY HEALTH REMEDIES
  • NATURAL BODY MAINTENANCE
  • DETOXES AND CLEANSES
  • SUPERFOODS AND SUPPLEMENTS
  • SYMPTOM TRIGGERS
  • AND MUCH MORE!
If you are seeking to take more responsibility for your state of health and well-being, this book is written just for you.
 

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Back Cover
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Janet Maccaro, PhD, CNC, is a respected lecturer, author, and radio/television personality. She has doctorates in nutrition and natural healing, and is also a leading expert in natural progesterone supplementation. She is internationally recognized for her knowledge in women's heath. Maccaro is a member of the American Association of Nutritional Consultants, the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists, and the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association. She has written three other books:90-Day Immune System Makeover, Breaking the Grip of Dangerous Emotions, andMidlife Meltdown.

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