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Dr. Andrew Weil

When you turn to look for other ways to improve your life, the word "health" must be part of your solution. Mind, body, and soul form a triangle of your inner power. Look to Andrew Weil to show you some practices that may help you on your way to living a healthier life. You have the power, potential, and will to make it happen. Feed yourself what you what to feel more alive, look to Mr. Weil, Harvard M.D., for a more holistic approach to health. see also (Deepak Chopra)


cover 8 Weeks to Optimum Health
Weil doesn't come on with a hard sell to give up every bad habit or all of the foods you enjoy. Instead, he suggests gradual changes: clean your pantry of whatever cooking oils you have there, except olive oil; start taking vitamin C three times a day; walk a few minutes a day; eat some fish and broccoli. The program is so simple and sensible that anyone trying it probably will feel better in a week. The program gets progressively more involved--more supplements; more of a shift toward a diet based on whole grains, fruits, and vegetables; more exercise. Besides these steady changes, each week's program has a focus
In week
2, you start drinking bottled or filtered water
3 focuses on organic produce; week 
4, on sleep
5, using a steam bath or sauna
6, trying a "universal tonic" like ginseng
7, volunteering in your community; and finally 
8, figuring out how to integrate permanently the elements of the program into your life.
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cover Spontaneous Healing :How to Discover and Embrace Your Body's Natural Ability to Maintain and Heal Itself
- The truth about spontaneous healing and how it interacts with the mind
- The foods, vitamins, supplements, and tonic herbs that will help you enhance your innate healing powers. Advice on how to avoid environmental toxins and reduce stress
- The strengths and weaknesses of conventional and alternative treatments
- Natural methods to ameliorate common kinds of illnesses
And much more! More Info

cover Eating Well For Optimum Health: The Essential Guide to Bringing Health and Pleasure Back to Eating  
Hopefully, years from now, Eating Well for Optimum Health will be looked upon as the book that saved the health of millions of Americans and transformed the way we eat--not as the book we overlooked at our own peril. It clarifies the mishmash of conflicting news, research, hype, and hearsay regarding diet, nutrition, and supplementation, and further establishes the judicious Dr. Weil, the director of the Program in Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona, as a savior of public well-being. If you've ever wondered what "partially hydrogenated soybean oil" really is, been perplexed by contrary news reports about recommended dosages for supplements, or questioned the safety of using aluminum pots for cooking, Dr. Weil will make it all clear. More Info  

cover The Healthy Kitchen: Recipes for a Better Body, Life, and Spirit
Eating Well for Optimum Health, one of Amazon's best-selling health books of 2000, alternative-medicine maverick Andrew Weil revealed his version of the ideal diet (and backed it up with scientific proof): a variety of unprocessed, or "whole" foods; just-picked, organic vegetables; whole grains; "good" fats, such as the omega-3 fatty acids found in fish and nuts; fresh herbs and spices instead of heavy sauces; and a minimum of meat and dairy products. Eating this responsibly is certainly an admirable pursuit, but home cooking of this caliber can be intimidating, requiring much more energy than it would to pull up to the drive-through and order a burger and fries. In The Healthy Kitchen, Weil successfully teams up with Rosie Daley, formerly chef at the ritzy Cal-a-Vie Spa, to show how to cook with confidence within these dietary guidelines, creating dishes that are not only good for you, but are also fun to prepare, beautiful to look at, and delectable. More Info


Spontaneous Healing

8 Weeks to Optimum Health
Eating Well for optimum Health

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