Vitamin Remedies That Really Work!
Volume 1 : Safe Easy Directions for Healing and Preventing Over 50 Common ConditionsBook - 1999
Vitamin Remedies That Really Work is the only book that tells you how to use natural food supplements to heal and prevent common medical conditions. It is the only book that tells you precisely what supplement to take, for which ailment, how much to take, and how often to take it. It is the only book that tells you exactly what results to expect and gives you a time frame in which to expect them. Perhaps best of all, it assumes that the reader knows nothing about how to use supplements as remedies, so the directions are simple, step-by-step, hold-your-hand instructions that are impossible to misunderstand.Many vitamin books give you more information than you want, but still do not tell you exactly how to use a supplement to treat a specific condition. That is all this book will tell you. If you are looking for more information on supplements, you will have to look elsewhere. This book does not contain information you do not need in order to use a supplement as a remedy. You will find no complex historical data here. No technical information on recommended daily allowances. No confusing details about what foods contain which supplements. And there are no diets or recipes. Instead, this is a simple, hands-on, how to book, with easy access to brief instructions telling you what you need to know to use supplements to treat illness. And everything you need to know to use a supplement as a remedy is found in this book.The alphabetical Cross Reference and Index give you quick access to the remedies for all the conditions addressed, as well as, an overview of supplements used. The Remedy At A Glance charts in each chapter make it easy to reference a remedy without rereading theinstructions each time.Each chapter concludes with a case study written as an entertaining and inspirational short story about someone who uses the remedy to heal and prevent a medical condition. You can relate to these people no matter who you are because they share the same problems as you. They are women and men, old and young, black and white, rich and poor, single and married. The stories take place in various locations like New York, San Diego, Dallas, the Midwest, Seattle, Los Angeles, Aspen, Puerto Rico, France, and Mexico.These personal accounts relate to the human condition and do more than just entertain. They make it easier to remember the directions in the first part of the chapter. You may forget Ginkgo Biloba and L-Glutamine, but you will remember Moshe, the kosher deli owner in Manhattan who uses the combination to recover his super memory. Or Betsy, the ninety-two year old granddaughter of a slave, who uses Vitamin B12 to help her outpace her forty-something nephew during a visit to San Diego's Sea World. To protect their privacy, pseudonyms have been used for most of the subjects of the case studies, and non-relevant biographical details have been changed. Real names are used in the personal testimonials found on the front pages. All of these people used supplements to help them reach their Maximum Best. You can use their experiences to help you reach your own.The Maximum Best PhilosophyThe intellectual foundation of Vitamin Remedies That Really Work is the Maximum Best Philosophy, which embodies the principle of living responsibly and includes a duty to the self -- to try to fully realize your own potential. Maximum Best is completely personal. Youcan no more compare your Maximum Best to another person's than you can compare your fingerprints. It involves letting go of the world, the outside competition, and looking inside to compete with yourself. In other words, you can only gauge your attainment of Maximum Best by competing with yourself.One problem with competing with other people as a way of measuring your own abilities is that you are constantly dependent on -- and limited to -- the quality of the competition. If you win a race against people whose abilities are far below yours, it can be an empty victory. And there is no disgrace in p
Publisher: San Diego : Cricket Pub. Group, 1999.
Branch Call Number: 615.854/CAPEHART
Characteristics: 242 p. ; 22 cm.