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  • Strong. Smart. Fit. Brave. Healthy. If any of these words fit you or the woman you want to be, join bestselling author Gary Null on a journey to improve women's health. From menstruation to menopause and beyond, this new compendium of health issues founded in holistic principles, updated from Null's popular For Women Only! and Women's Health Solutions, features the most up-to-date clinical experiences and published research, covering topics as diverse as physical fitness, depression, PMS, adolescent health, fibromyalgia, and menopause. Packed with patient stories, practitioner testimonials, and delicious recipes, Be a Healthy Woman! has everything you need to stay healthy.

  • The fully revised and updated edition to the national bestseller Get Healthy Now! includes new research and nutritional advice for treating allergies, Diabetes, PMS, Andropause, and everything in-between. From healthy skin and hair to foot and leg care, and featuring an up-to-date Alternative Practitioners Guide, Get Healthy Now! is your one-stop guide to becoming healthier from top to bottom, inside and out.
    Let "the new Mr. Natural" (Time Magazine) show you the best alternatives to drugs, surgical intervention, and other standard Western techniques. Drawing from methods that have been supported by thousands of years of use in other societies, as well as more recent discoveries in modern medicine, this comprehensive guide to healthy living offers a wide range of alternative approaches to help you stay healthy.

  • In each of its thirty-eight chapters, this encyclopedia includes a thorough discussion of each health problem and the recommended preventions and treatments, emphasizing tried and proven alternative approaches from acupunture and Ayurveda to Chinese medicine and Hellerwork, to Reiki and yoga techniques.
    Complemented by a resource guide and tips on how to select an alternative health practitioner, the unconventional approaches found in Women';s Health Solutions are bound to empower women to take their health into their own hands.

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