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Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2006
Womenwho are not only responsible for their own health but frequently the health of their husbands, children, and aging parentsare sick and tired of being sick and tired. They simply want more out of life, especially when they are dealing with the health challenges unique to women, like the "baby blues," breast cancer, menopause, and bone loss. These women want biblically based and medically sound solutions. To them, life is all about thriving, not just surviving.
Now, best-selling author Jordan Rubin, along with his wife, Nicki, and Pancheta Wilson, MD, take biblical and natural health concepts and formulate a plan to help you transform your health and live the life you've always dreamed of.
The Great Physician's Rx for Women's Health will empower you to achieve maximum energy, attain your ideal weight, enhance your immune system, improve your digestion, reduce your risk for diseases such as breast cancer and osteoporosis, and best of all, make this the healthiest year of your life.
If you desire to run the race of life with excellence, then The Great Physician's Rx for Women's Health is your road map.
Nicki Rubin is a CPA who met her husband after he had gone through an emaciating illness for which doctors said there was no help. Her interest in natural cures and eating according to God's Word evolved over time as she began to see how much sense it made, although her Starbucks specialty drink was hard to give up. It is interesting to read Jordan Rubin's pragmatic approach, since he knows what devastation a chronic disease can have on one's body, yet his wife's more blunt outlook is real, also.
The seven practical keys to a woman's good health are listed as:
Eat to live.
Use whole food nutrition supplements.
Practice advanced hygiene.
Condition your body with exercise.
Reduce toxins in your environment.
Avoid deadly emotions.
Live a life of prayer and purpose.
All of the above are self-explanatory, yet a reading of the facts underlying each one is necessary in order to follow their specific 49 day plan. Many of the items listed have been written in other books, but the day-by-day directives are ongoing from the beginning to the ending of the book.
It was not helpful to have insertions breaking up the reading continuum, such as "What Women are Saying," Nicki and Jordan's explanations, and Dr. Pancheta Wilson's comments. They could have been left to the end of each chapter, joining the summary and what to do for each day of the 49-day plan.
Learning to overcome unhealthy habits and taking charge of how to do it should be a desire of every woman, especially those who rely upon God for their spiritual strength. God's way is the best way in every part of our being. Sharon I. Rideout, Christian Book Previews.com