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- Print Length: 110 pages
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- Publication Date: November 4, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00GGSTNLC
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #528,634 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Coconut Oil and Apple Cider Vinegar: How To Use Apple Cider Vinegar and Coconut Oil To Lose Weight, Prevent Allergies, And Boost Your Immune System Kindle Edition
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There are books and articles from actual experts on this stuff out there that should be read instead of books like this. I felt a need to give it 1 star because I can't recommend the book as I think this sort of thing can be dangerous. This author is NOT a medical professional in the field of health and wellness, not a scientist that studies the benefits and concerns associated with apple cider vinegar and/or coconut oil, and not even someone who has spent a lot of time scouring the earth for information about these products... the author is a person who has published books on several different topics (flirting, budgeting money, training puppies, the 'prepper' lifestyle... weird variety of topics!), all aimed at high sales volume. That is a HUGE red flag, and I hope people are wise enough to see that. DO NOT take health and wellness advice from someone who's biggest topic of publication is how to organize your closet.
Why you should be using coconut oil and the myths surrounding it. There are also recipes included using it.
Never realized all the health benefits for coconut oil. Really like what the book is telling us not only about coconut oil but apple cider vinegar also and our health issues.
Thyroid problems is a big one for me and we do use vinegar and it's such a natural way rather than pills and going to doctors all the time.
I have tried various things this book suggests, e.g. "the wart"-thing works. I have a tiny wart on the index finger of my right hand. More than one doctor suggested that I put Neosporin on the wart and a band aid on top and "over time" the wart would disappear. Well, it did not. I now use apple cider vinegar instead of the Neosporin and indeed the wart has gotten smaller.
Needless to say - I like that.
I believe that many of the "treatments" mentioned in this book make sense, e.g. use diluted apple cider vinegar as an astringent face tonic. Why not? That sounds like something my grandmother might have done during WWII, when beauty products were in short supply or nonexistent.
What I do NOT like about this book is, there is no bibliography, no reference to what makes the author an expert - and he is giving MEDICAL ADVICE ? ? ? Excuse me? While I am not saying that everybody who writes information like this has to be a doctor (quite the opposite I am always interested in alternative non-pharmaceutical treatments) but I would like to see some information as to the validity of statements.
Nice book but since it presents "pseudo medical information" it should be revised for standards.
For instance, the author writes,
"... A University of Oxford study has been the most comprehensive and highest-profile study, which concluded that there were..."
I believe it would not be too much to ask to quote the name of the study.
- Is there even a study?
Also, THIS BOOK DOES NOT LIST:
- an author or a publisher
- a mission statement and a legal disclaimer,
"... The information provided herein by the author is provided “as is” and you read and use this information at your own risk. The publisher is not a licensed doctor and you should consult your doctor before engaging in any medical activities. The publisher and author disclaim any liabilities for any loss of profit or commercial or personal damages resulting from the use of information contained in this book..."
That makes me wonder: WHY?
Gisela Hausmann, author & blogger
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