The Ph Miracle: Balance Your Diet, Reclaim Your Health (Paperback)Robert O. Young (author)
Forget cholesterol counts. Forget calories and fat grams. Forget blood pressure, blood sugar, hormone levels or any other markers of health you're used to hearing about. If you want to lose weight and prevent or reverse diseases like diabetes, you can follow the guidelines in The pH Miracle.
Dr Robert Young and his wife, Shelley, reveal a revolutionary diet and lifestyle program that unlocks the secrets of pH balance and of food as a healer, restorer, balancer and life-giver. The entire metabolic process depends on an alkaline environment and chronic over-acidity corrodes body tissue. The pH miracle shows readers simply and clearly how to get a balanced system with a proven program that explains how to eat optimally for health and weight loss. You'll learn which foods to eat, which foods can be combined safely, which should be eaten alone, which should be avoided altogether and which supplements can help. In just weeks, you'll have more energy, a stronger immune system and will shed pounds and inches.
Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
Number of pages: 416
Weight: 284 g
Dimensions: 197 x 131 x 29 mm
A great book for healthy weight loss advice - PERFECT WEDDING, Mar 10
A real breakthrough! THE pH MIRACLE delivers - not only with weight loss, but also with a healthier body, newfound energy and a stronger immune system - Harvey Diamond, author of FIT FOR LIFE
Dr. Young may have discovered the true key to long life and health. It is simple and even spiritual in its approach, and is founded on the truth your mother tried to give you: eat your vegetables! - JAMES REDFIELD, author of THE CELESTINE PROPHECY
If you're bored with detoxing, it might be time to try the pH miracle, a nutritional programme that rebalances the body's acid/alkaline chemistry. This can be done by making changes to your diet. Throw away the scales and get reading. - WOMAN'S WAY
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