By the co-author of the bestselling Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine
Does your body need a tune-up?
In this remarkable new approach to holistic medicine, Michael Murray, N.D., one of the nation’s leading naturopathic doctors, shows you how to use the latest information in natural medicine to customize a program that will have every system in your body running like new.
Take Dr. Murray’s self-tests to pinpoint your health priorities. Then go on this fascinating guided tour to better health.
Circulatory system: lower your blood pressure without pills • keep your cholesterol in check with a vitamin derivative • stop varicose veins with a treatment that’s better than surgery
Immune system: foods that bolster your defenses against cancer and other life-threatening illnesses • herbs to stop a cold ... fast!
Digestive system: discover Germany’s number one natural remedy for digestive problems • what’s dangerous about antacids • how to stop heartburn with DGL
Brain and nervous system: natural remedies for memory loss and depression • brain-boosting vitamins and herbs
Detoxification system: cleanse your liver with an ancient herb • revitalize your system through safe fasting
Endocrine system: a no-cost way to burn fat • new ways to achieve crucial hormonal balance and reduce stress
Skeletal system: how to prevent — even reverse — osteoporosis with these simple natural supplements • new approaches to arthritis and chronic fatigue
Sexual system: how to bring more energy to your love life without dangerous drugs • ease menopausal hot flashes, and much more!
Here are the tools — and the knowledge — you need to put yourself in the best shape of your life.
Michael T. Murray, N.D., is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading authorities on natural medicine. He is a graduate and faculty member of Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington, and the co-author of the Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine, the definitive consumer guide to naturopathic medicine. In addition to more than twenty other books, Dr. Murray has written numerous articles for major publications, appeared frequently on radio and TV programs, and lectured to hundreds of thousands of people nationwide.