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Natural Remedies - Foods, Herbs & Spices (Naturopathic Nutritional Medicine Book 3) Kindle Edition

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 487 KB
  • Print Length: 46 pages
  • Publisher: Dr Elizabeth Ann Diamond; 1 edition (10 Mar. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004RPXVQO
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
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Another good buy from Amazon....I would recommend this book to all who are interested in this kind of thing...always good to find out about such foods, herbs and spices from everywhere and how to use them.
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This small book is very good to be used if someone needs to live natural life and seeking natural remedies. I am happy to own it and recommend to friends.
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A good book for the learner. If you, like me, am fairly knowledgeable on the subject it isn't teaching me anything. BUT for the beginner it is informative.
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HASH(0x9eac6b10) out of 5 stars Natural Remedies - Foods, Herbs & Spices by Elizabeth Ann Diamond 27 Nov. 2012
By S. ROYSTONE NEVERSON - Published on Amazon.com
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The author has written several books on "alternative medicine" (my term which she may or not agree with), but I am glad that I bought this one.
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.
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HASH(0x9f1afe04) out of 5 stars A Great Read and Very Informative 31 Aug. 2013
By Vanessa Colón - Published on Amazon.com
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This book had not only had real home remedies for cures, but also the types of nutrients each fruit and vegetables it carries as well as warning about those who have certain illness that should not intake those particular foods.
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HASH(0x9eeea5e8) out of 5 stars short and to the point 2 Oct. 2013
By C. Spinelli - Published on Amazon.com
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Brief overview was perfect as a guide and to get ideas for how to use common herbs. It was very helpful to have the authors recommendations and input based on her experience. I was not expecting more based on the low cost.
HASH(0x9ebcfa74) out of 5 stars My new found favorite author 26 May 2014
By Scintilate - Published on Amazon.com
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Dr Liz Diamond is loaded with advanced education. In this reference book, she has itemized a list of food products and describes why we should be including or excluding them in or from our diet. For example, pumpkin seeds should be recommended to any man with prostate cancer or who's at a high risk of that disease. In addition, she informs us that all forms of cow's mild should be excluded from our diet and why.

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.
HASH(0x9ed55f00) out of 5 stars Informative 20 Dec. 2013
By Virginia Wallace - Published on Amazon.com
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I zipped through this book and learned quite a few things. I would have liked more instruction regarding how to prepare some of the potions, pastes and poltices that the good doctor described, however.
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