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- Print Length: 46 pages
- Publisher: Dr Elizabeth Ann Diamond; 1 edition (10 Mar. 2011)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B004RPXVQO
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- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #242,670 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Natural Remedies - Foods, Herbs & Spices (Naturopathic Nutritional Medicine Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Elizabeth Ann Diamond is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine. She has an Advanced Diploma in Nutritional Medicine, Diploma in Nutritional Therapeutics, Diploma in Nutrition, Diploma in Herbal Medicine and a number of other relevant qualifications.
She is well qualified to write this book, Natural Remedies - Foods, Herbs & spices.
If you are interested in natural remedies, this book is one you should have. It tells you what works and what to avoid. It also gives the historical background to most of the herbs featured in the book. She included foods which are high in nutrients which she calls `super foods' because they can boost the nutritional value of your food intake. What is also helpful is that she points out foods and remedies that are very effective but which could be harmful if taken in excess.
The author includes some interesting spices which she refers to as "a wonderful way to get your medicine, you just need to include as much variety as possible and let your body do the rest." As one who believes that your food should be your medicine, I look forward to making use of that advice.
What is also very pleasing is that the foods and spices she featured in her book are easy to get. For example, cinnamon, for keeping your blood moving around your body, peppermint, to calm down your stomach, intestines and colon, so there is no need to keep antacids in your medicine chest. She also advises that herbal teas are great but you must vary them as they carry their own healing action within them. She calls for balance.
It is amazing that what the book tells you, your doctor does not tell you.For example, did you know that every year 280,000 people in Britain suffer a serious side effect from a prescribed drug, that is, they are likely to be permanently incapacitated or will need hospital treatment? Over 40,000 die from a drug reaction every year.
The book gives you a website to check the facts: [...] Get this book. It will serve you for years to come.
Dr Diamond also includes extracts from "What Doctor's Don't Tell You" that in one word is "horrifying". I highly recommend this book to everyone and it is a most deserving five stars.