What You Don't Know May Be Killing You!

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Siloam Press, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 229 pages
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This book will share the insights the author has received after two and a half years of travel and interviews with the top research people in the world on current medical breakthroughs in preventing and treating today's diseases and medical problems.

This book explores the whole area of eating properly, both from the point of view of what not to eat and addressing healthy eating habits. Medical findings on topics such as minerals, antioxidants and vitamins are discussed in this book. Dr. Colbert will share insight regarding several major diseases, including cancer and heart disease.

In part one, Dr. Colbert educates readers on the body's many cries for water. He links dehydration of the body to diseases such as ulcers, Alzheimer's, hypertension, high cholesterol and arthritis, among others. In part two, Dr. Colbert addresses the need to detoxify our bodies by reducing the levels of poisons and pollutants we take in and by improving elimination. Proper digestion and its effects on an individual's overall health are addressed in part three. Dr. Colbert discusses live foods as opposed to dead foods. Part four outlines essential minerals. Dr. Colbert discusses antioxidants in part five. This healthy lifestyle guide is concluded with discussions about oxygen, exercise, health and attitude.

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This is an excellent book that we would recommend to anyone who wants to be in line with God's Word regarding their overall health. It is well written in language that anyone can follow by a spirit ... Read full review

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Contents

Wish I Had Known About
1
The Menace of Mercury
7
The Debacle of Dehydration
24
The Desperate Need to Detoxify
44
The Disaster of Deadly Emotions
79
The Dead Food Dilemma
104
The Dieting Deception
127
The Depleted Soil Disaster
149
The Risk of Free Radicals
166
The Seduction of a Sedentary Life
189
The Perils of Personal Care
206
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