The good news is that there are many ways in which we can strengthen our immune systems. This book examines:
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Great information about health issues and I think the pace of the narration is perfect so that the listener can absorb the amount of medical terms used in this subject matter.
The author has marshalled her considerable experience to give practical, sensible, easy to follow suggestions on how to achieve and maintain a healthy body, free from avoidable minor and even major illnesses.
Despite the slightly formal delivery style of the narrator, it is a good source of ideas for maintaining health.
Theresa Cheung focuses on the practical steps you can take without over stepping her authority. She includes technical detail which can get a bit dull but where it's irrelevant I just skipped it.
Skin brushing was an interesting suggestion. I can see why it's included (and very pleasant it was too) but I'm not convinced that it works for me.
Don't let that put you off though. It's a good book offering lots of ideas. Take the ones that work for you and you'll be on to a very good thing.
Despite earlier positive reviews they must friends of the author
The first few chapters were an in depth medical terminology exercise on diseases such as Bird Flu and were a real struggle to listen to
The remaining chapters were a big disappointment-The annoying 1950's newsreader delivery style of the narrator who struggled with some medical terms' drug names was awful.
A lot of the information is what the vast majority of people who have been living on the planet would know anyway so 95% was nothing new.It comes to something when you are told to wash your hands when you have been to the lavatory or how much soap to put on your hands and how long to wash for
Wished I'd not wasted my money on this one
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