Did You Know?
- A parsley and celery juice combination is a proven headache helper.
- A smoothie of papaya, peppermint, and fennel relieves indigestion faster than the top-selling antacid.
- A simple licorice tea can stop children’s coughs.
- Cranberry juice neutralizes the bacteria that causes bladder infections.
- An enzyme in pineapple juice reduces swelling and inflammation of joints due to arthritis.
Includes Nutritional Therapies using Foods, Herbs, Supplements, Teas, Juices, Blended Drink Recipes Backed by the Latest Scientific Research
Ailments and Conditions Discussed: Acne Depression Hot Flashes Plaque Allergies Dermatitis Hypertension PMS Anemia Diabetes Hypoglycemia Pregnancy Arthritis Diarrhea Indigestion Premenstrual Syndrome Asthma Diverticulitis Insomnia Prostate Problems Atherosclerosis Dry Eye Irritable Bowel Prostate Cancer Basal Cell Carcinoma Dyspepsia Jaundice Psoriasis Benign Prostatic Hyerplasia Ear Infections Kidney Disease Rheumatoid Arthritis Bladder infection Eczema Kidney Stones Ringworm Blood Problems Eye Problems Lupus Root Canal Breast Feeding Fatigue Lyme Disease Seborrheia Bronchitis Flatulence Macular Degeneration Sinusitis Cancer Flu Melanomas Skin Cancer Candida Food poisoning Menopause Skin Problems Cataracts Fungus Migraine Sleep Disorders Cavities Gallstones Morning Sickness Sore Throat Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Gingivitis Motion Sickness Squamous Cell Carcinoma Colic Glaucoma Nasal Congestion Stomach Problems Colitis Gout Nausea Stress Colon Problems Halitosis Nightmares Stroke Common Cold Hay Fever Nursing Tinea Congestive Heart Failure Headache Obesity Tinnitus Conjunctivitis Heart Attack Osteoarthritis Toothache Constipation Heart Disease Overweight Ulcers Cough Heartburn Parasites Urinary Infections Crohn's Disease Hemorrhoids Peptic Ulcer Vision Troubles Cystisis Hepatitis Periodontal Disease Weight Loss Dental Caries High Cholesterol Pimples Yeast Infection
Foods & Herbs Discussed in this Book with the Latest Nutritional Research About What They Can Do for You
Foods & Herbs Discussed: Aged Garlic Crucifers Parsley Alfalfa Sprouts Cucumber Parsnips Alfalfa Daikon Pepper Algae Echinacea Peppermint Aloe Vera Flaxseed Pineapple Apples Garlic Plantain Bananas Ginger Propolis Barley Grass Ginkgo Psyllium Blue-Green Algae Ginseng Radish Bran Grapefruit Red Peppers Brassicas Grapes Rice Bran Brewer's Yeast Green Tea Royal Jelly Broccoli Honeydew Soy Milk Broccoli Sprouts Kale Soy Cabbage Lemon Spearmint Cantaloupe Licorice Spinach Capsicum Lime Spirulina Carrot Melons Tomato Cayenne Noni Tropical Fruits Celery Oat Bran Watercress Chlorella Onion Watermelon Citrus Fruits Oranges Wheatgrass Collards Papaya Yeast
“Because of our complex modern diet and overburdened digestive systems, only 10% of what we eat ever makes it to the trillions of cells that are in charge of our health. Juices, teas, milks (non-dairy) and other drinks are a fast and easy way to get the vital nourishment we need to help prevent and fight disease.” – Steve Meyerowitz