Do you know your medicines might make you ill?
This book tells how can you reduce your dependency on medicines. Sooner you adopt, healthier you live. Go disease-free
From years we are repeating the same eating mistakes that our parents did. This is the reason why with time diseases like diabetes, hypertension, and arthritis are increasing in population.
In Eat to Prevent and Control Disease, research scientist and registered state pharmacist La Fonceur tells you how foods that work in the same mechanism as medicines, are able to control and prevent disease naturally. How can you build your body in a way that you do not need medicines even in your 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and so on? How can you prevent any disease even if you have a family history of that disease and can control chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, arthritis, or heart disease, and many other diseases?
With a better understanding of the disease, you can control it yourself. When you follow the advice in the book if you do not have any disease, with the preventive measures you will never have them. If you are already suffering from a disease, you can control it without medicines. If your disease is chronic and you are dependent on medicines, you can reduce the dose of your medicines as well as their side effects.
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La Fonceur is a dance artist, a health blogger and the author of the book series Eat So What and Secret of Healthy Hair. She has a master’s degree in Pharmacy, and she specialized in Pharmaceutical Technology. She has published an article titled ‘Techniques for Producing Biotechnology-Derived Products of Pharmaceutical Use’ in Pharmtechmedica Journal. She is a registered state pharmacist. She is a national-level GPAT qualifier of the year 2011 in which she was among the top 1400 nationwide. Being a research scientist, she has worked closely with drugs. Based on her experience, she believes vegetarian foods are the remedy for many diseases; one can prevent most of the diseases with nutritional foods and a healthy lifestyle.