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Number of Pages: 96
Publication Date: 2001
|Dimensions: 6.00 X 4.00 (inches)|
Series: Bible Cure
FROM THE NEW YORK TIMES BEST SELLING AUTHOR OF THE SEVEN PILLARS OF HEALTH AND I CAN DO THIS DIET
How can tiny single-celled organisms in the body become such a problem?
Explore your body's defenses as it battles for balance. In this concise, easy-to-ready booklet you'll learn how to keep the yeast syndrome in check as you build your immune system. With these biblical secrets on health and the latest medical research, you can be free from Candida/Candidiasis and yeast infections.
This book contains findings that your doctor may never have told you!
- Depression and stress are two of the worst things for your immune system.
- Eating yogurt provides the body with good bacteria.
- Throwing out leftovers after two days can protect your digestive track from dangerous organisms.
- Candida is present in all people.
- A good belly laugh massages your organs from the inside out.
NEW YORK TIMES best selling author Dr. Don Colbert is a board-certified family practice medical doctor who specializes in nutritional medicine, treating over 17,000 patients. Since 1984, Dr. Colbert has helped thousands of patients regain good health and live pain free after years of suffering. A graduate of Oral Roberts School of Medicine, he has received extensive training in nutritional medicine. As a result, he has founded and developed his own nutritional supplement line, Divine Health Nutritional Products. Dr. Colbert also co-hosts Golden Eagle Network's "Your Health Matters" with his wife, Mary. They frequently lead health seminars at home and abroad, the address health and nutrition issues as guests on national talk shows and news broadcasts. Don and Mary make their home in Central Florida.