12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Catchy title but Sherry Rogers pulls no punches.
Fortunately she can back it up with a plethora of information, over 50 pages at the end of the book is dedicated to medical studies and references.
Without a doubt this Dr. knows her topic - toxins- and how they play havoc in our bodies.
One of the main reasons we are getting sick today is through toxic overload. As a health practitioner I am finding this more prevelent than ever.
Now there are hundreds of books on the topic of detoxification particularly in regard to what foods assist the body in this task. But Dr. Rogers digs deeper, including environmental chemicals which are everywhere and often… Read more
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
This would be my most frequently opened book. It's the best compilation of nutritional knowledge around and an excellent resource with over 700 recipes from ancient cultures. A must have for every household!
It is the sort of book that you find yourself buying for family and friends because its message and contents can be life changing.
22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
What makes an excellent health and fitness book today?
As someone in the health and fitness profession I believe the keys are practicality, individuality and a holistic approach. Because ultimately it has to leave the book shelf often enough to work and only by directly speaking to you can it do that.
Why do most people give up when they begin an exercise program? Boredom, frustration, lack of results, disillusionment are some of the reasons.
That's why creating a realistic and workable plan is essential.
I highly recommend "How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy" because it really delivers on its promise of coaching you to eat, move and be healthier… Read more