Treating Arthritis: The Drug Free Way (Paperback)
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Treating Arthritis: The Drug Free Way (Paperback)

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Paperback 144 Pages / Published: 25/07/2019
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Hundreds of thousands of arthritis sufferers have been helped by Margaret Hills and her clinic, and this new edition of her bestselling book will help you, too, whatever the degree or severity of your condition.
At the heart of this book are simple, essential principles to help you treat your arthritis by natural means, dramatically improving your levels of pain, mobility and wellbeing. Research has shown that the Margaret Hills Programme can give impressive results after just a few weeks, and that it can bring significant improvements to people even with chronic or severe arthritis. The book reveals the impact of stress on arthritis, while it troubleshoots topics like digestive health, arthritis in childhood, and co-existing conditions.
Above all, this book will help you to shift your mindset and develop a more positive approach to your illness - you are not beyond help, but with some simple steps can regain better mobility, less pain and a happier future.

Margaret Hills, and the Margaret Hills Clinic
At the age of 21, while training to be a nurse, Margaret Hills developed rheumatoid arthritis literally overnight, resulting in months of complete bed rest to aid her recovery. Years later, after completing her training, she developed osteoarthritis, leading to another attack of rheumatoid arthritis, leaving her crippled and in severe pain. Realising that the medical profession could do nothing for her, as the only available treatment was aspirin, she began to look into natural treatments.
Margaret researched many different natural approaches to healing, including traditional remedies such as Epsom Salts baths and Cider Vinegar. She combined these detoxification remedies with a particular combination of nutritional supplements to develop her own treatment. After a year of following this regimen, she rid herself of all signs of arthritis, and continued to lead a pain-free life. The word spread gradually of Margaret Hills' efforts to rid herself of all arthritic symptoms, and many people contacted her to find out more details as so many were in a similar situation of extreme pain due to arthritis of some type. Due to huge public interest, she opened a clinic to help others who were suffering, and to guide others through their recovery. The clinic, now run by her daughter, Christine Horner, continues to attract patients from far and wide and, following on from its success, Margaret wrote this book to impart her knowledge and help people with arthritis everywhere.

Publisher: John Murray Press
ISBN: 9781529329186
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 150 g
Dimensions: 215 x 136 x 12 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"I took up two of her main remedies... That was ten years ago, and I have been free of arthritic pain ever since. If you already have bad arthritis, I advise contacting the Margaret Hills Clinic." * Sir Ranulph Fiennes, 'Fit for Life' *

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“A must of all suffers of arthritis”

I bought Margaret Hills' book originally to help me to deal with the problems surrounding osteoarthritis.
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