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Home Remedies People's Pharmacy - Q and As for Your Common Aliments

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Zusatztext People's Pharmacy: “The Graedons offer evidence-based answers to questions about home remedies for common health problems .”  –Book News Inc. “ This is an excellent book that proves better health can be achieved by healing yourself at home with remedies right out of the cupboard! refrigerator! or garden.” –   “Very readable as well as entertaining! this is a great resource for those interested in home remedies for everyday woes.” – Library Journal   “A compilation of reader feedback to remedies! plus a list of 24 foods the authors suggest can help with health problems such as high cholesterol! high blood pressure and high blood sugar. The foods list includes coffee! blueberries! green tea! beets and chocolate.” –Richmond Times Dispatch   “In these times when so many lack medical insurance! an investment in this book might be a good idea.” –Foodsiteoftheday. Informationen zum Autor Joe and Terry Graedon have since written 14 more books, including Best Choices from the People's Pharmacy (Rodale), which has sold more than 400,000 copies in numerous editions. Joe Graedon is a pharmacologist; Terry Graedon has a Ph.D. in medical anthropology. They combine their expertise to bring a unique approach to traditional, natural, and home remedies. They write The People's Pharmacy ® syndicated newspaper column, distributed by King Features® ; they co-host an award-winning health talk show, carried weekly by 128 public radio stations; they maintain a rich and lively website,; and they speak frequently on health issues on television news and information programs, asked to discuss issues relating to drugs, herbs, home remedies, vitamins, and similar health topics. Appearances include public television, Dateline NBC, 20/20, Extra, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Good Morning America, CBS Morning News, Today and NBC Evening News. Klappentext This National Geographic guide to healing foods and natural, herbal, home remedies is carefully researched by the authors and conveyed in the same friendly and authoritative personality as in their popular call-in radio show. In the book, organized as Q&As between the general public and the Graedons, they report how and why such treatments work and also offer a dozen new recipes for food so good for you, it serves as preventive medicine. This book contains as much information as a voluminous encyclopedia of home remedies, yet it's quick, easy, inviting, and fun to read. Presented alphabetically by ailment and then, within each of those, by food or remedy, the book offers the basics of three standard diets for health, weight control, and fitness, along with a dozen new recipes for preparing food to match the diets. It includes a helpful index and cross-referencing system, making the book both a good shelf reference and an entertaining browse. This book builds on the reputation of The People's Pharmacy and adds the extra value that comes from a partnership with National Geographic. Heartburn   Doctors have been writing about treating heartburn for most of recorded history. In 400 B.C. the Greek physician Hippocrates noted that eating cheese after a meal could cause indigestion and discomfort, especially if accompanied by wine. Apparently Europeans were already enjoying that habit if they didn’t suffer reflux. Heartburn, also known as gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), can have serious consequences and should not be ignored. Drugs that doctors prescribe for the condition can be very difficult to discontinue, however, and have potential side effects. We’re not convinced that they are always better than home remedies.   Baking Soda Q: I used to have very bad heartburn until I remembered a home remedy my mother used to make. I mix a couple ounces of water, an ounce of apple cider vinegar, and a t...

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Authors Joe Graedon, Joe/ Graedon Graedon, Terry Graedon
Publisher National Geographic Society
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 17.05.2011
EAN 9781426207112
ISBN 978-1-4262-0711-2
No. of pages 224
Dimensions 155 mm x 230 mm x 18 mm
Subjects Guides > Health

Familie und Gesundheit, HEALTH & FITNESS / Alternative Therapies, Consumer Health, HEALTH & FITNESS / Reference

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