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Natural Remedies: 50 Natural remedies to prevent and heal everyday sicknesses (natural remedies, heal yourself, natural cures) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 452 KB
  • Print Length: 32 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: March 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ISH7MHQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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S. J. Cooper is a best selling author in Greece. She has been writing about health, fitness, and weight loss for 9 years. She has sold thousands of copies from her best selling books. She and her husband reside in Athens, Greece.

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This little book has Pro's and Con's

Pro: A great quick reference to the thing we consume and which can do what to our body. Not a new age reference but a serious look from the known scientific facts which keep us healthy... or not.

Although short each item has it's scientific reference source listed. You can't argue about these Natural Remedies as they are simply fact.

Con: It should have been spell checked and the formatting is terrible. Common mistakes in the rush to get a work to press.
I am sure the publisher is currently redoing the formatting.

This little 30 page book really is a neat idea and can be a valuable reference and a great conversation starter. "Did you know... "
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This was somewhat informative, but it seemed as if an 8 year old wrote it. The grammatical errors were too distracting and really took away from the book.
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This book is a fair breakdown of foods we eat, and who will argue about their benefit? But, we eat food everyday and people still get sick and to purport that food in general will prevent or cure disease (other than starvation) is bordering on fraud. To say that beets are natural Viagra, or that meat will prevent or heal anything is tampering with the facts. No argument that certain beneficial constituents exist in almost anything we eat, but this author would have us believe that healing or prevention will happen just by eating, and that is just not true. Herbs and certain vegetables and fruits have always been known to have a strong relationship to healing disease, but they won't do anything much either unless used with high frequency and volume in conjunction with lifestyle change, and this book doesn't really touch on that. Even then, the results will vary. One star for this book for its lack of honesty.
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Poor grammar, misspelled words, bad punctuation and very trite. Get a proof reader or use a spell checker! Not worth the effort to download.
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The author makes statements about each food with a list of benefits of each. The statements are not explained or supported other than mention some studies. It is a short write that I was able to read in less than an hour.
Because of the brevity, there were not explanations to support the statements except occasional reference to "a study".
The Kindle edition is poorly written and at times hard to understand due to writing style. It appears that it was translated from another language to English by someone without a good understanding of English grammar. At other times it seemed it may have have just been written quickly without being proof read. These problems may just be the process of converting it to Kindle, like a voice to text program that doesn't get it correct most of the time.
Again, it is an interesting read, but lacking in information on each of the foods covered.
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I got this book free through bookbub.com. One of those cases of getting what you paid for. This book is poorly written. Grammar, spelling and sentence structure are all messed up. This made it hard to get through the first few pages, much less the entire book. It reads like a fourth grade book report. It is not really a book of remedies, but more an herbal dictionary. I don't like to do negative reviews but I would not want to see anyone spend good money on this book.
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This is great for people who are cheap and don't like the idea of pharmaceutical advancement inside of them.

Nah, I kid. (Kind of...not really)
Meds are expensive and though we've come a long way with medicines these days, I'd really rather not take medicine for every little tiny ailment or just pop a pill whenever I feel kind of "meh." Feeling awful is part of living.
That's why sometimes instead of taking an ibuprofen when I feel like I'm about to die, I take some nice organic free-trade tea leaves, steeped for about 3-4 mins, with a side of herbs. Yeah.
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Everything in this book has been mentioned elsewhere in the past. The only way the information in this book would be new to you is if you are just getting started to be concerned about what you eat.
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