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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. I read a lot of this book in the 90's, ate well, fasted and loved juice bars and somehow we lost touch in I think it's time to re-read for my better health and longevity!
Physician heal thyself.
To know your body and change the way that you eat, think and drink. This book is great. I purchase her 1st book and was so impress that I bought copies for my family and friend and gave them out for Christmas present.
The 2nd book is just as great as the 1st one; I also purchase extra copies and gave them to co-workers who wanted to know how I look so healthy. May 16, Marlina rated it really liked it Shelves: food-and-disease. A little outdated and at times the "facts" listed can be full of holes. However this book is still wonderful in the message it sends out of sacred body. Although I wouldn't adopt the diet offered in entirety, there are definitely elements that should be incorporated into everyone's lives.
Great if you want to learn more about different ways to fast, cleanse and overall rejuvenation. Also, some great recipes inside.
Jun 23, Keisean is currently reading it. I'm still in the process of reading.
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I know this will be one to add to my library as a source for reference on holistic healing and body improvement. View all 3 comments. Oct 12, Brandi rated it it was ok. This book instructs you on how to become a Healthy vegeterian. It has recipes and a few healing methods. Aug 20, Rene rated it it was amazing.
This book tells of her personal triumph and the triumphs of many others in healing through a clean diet. After reading this book, the reader will understand how diets including sugar, salt, meats, and processed food contribute to diminished health and illness. The reader will also have a step-by-step solution to ridding themselves of many common ailments associated with poor nutrition and a body not functioning at optimal levels. Excellent book for those looking to reclaim their health and live a more fulfilling life.
Mar 22, Rever Wesley rated it it was amazing. Very interesting and help.
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I would tell a lot o wemon to read this and had to buy a second copy because I gave mines to a friend. This is one of five books that I keep on my nightstand along with my Bible. I refer back to it a lot.
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I am marking it as finish but it is always a point of reference for me. May 25, Stevie Stewart rated it it was amazing. May 08, Corey Teague rated it it was amazing. I originally bought this book back in as part of my wife's birthday gift basket. I ended up confiscating the book and she found it and confiscated it back I think I love this work more than she does, but she would immediately beg to differ..
I love this book, although I personally feel that it's more than just a book. It's been a lifesaver for my family. Nov 26, Kenesia is currently reading it Recommends it for: yes! Great start for changing your life! Sep 16, Claire Kent rated it it was amazing. Looking to read again with a new awareness. Mar 30, Geraldine rated it liked it. Great ideas to improve health, but at times seemed to extreme for my way of life.
Physician, Heal Thyself
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