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This books is designed to give the patient a breakdown of the daily things we put into our bodies that end us getting toxic and sick. This book discusses well researched subjects, like fluoride and additives. Sections of this book make great pamphlet handouts for patient education.
Due to the success of Dr. Bob’s Balancing Female Hormones, Dr. Bob was forced to look at the other side of that equation. This book looks at male health and offers insights to a drugless approach in balancing the endocrine system. Whether you are a patient or a practitioner this book offers insights into a good solid and simple way to balance those pesky hormones.
A thorough presentation of the Page method of endocrine pattern measurement. This method of analyzing body chemistry provides a great deal of useful information. Specific forearm and calf measurements provide a very accurate tool to assess an individual’s glandular status. Also, general nutritional information is provided to complete the presentation.
The Blood And It’s 3rd Anatomical Element by Antoine Béchamp MD. PhD, was first published in France in 1899 and later translated into English in 1912. This work is a scientific masterpiece on the microzyma, the sub-microscopic organisms of the cell of life form. Bechamp’s work was overshadowed and almost lost do to the flamboyant behavior of one of his students, Lewis Pasteur (Beauchamp or Pasteur-A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology by G. Douglas Hume.) Beauchamp’s work and understanding of biochemistry is enlightening and fascinating even more so today. This is not a Sunday read.