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Published October, 2007
By Jane Semple
Publisher: Woodland Publishing Inc.
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Reviews theories about the relationship between cholesterol and disease - shattering some closely held myths along the way. This title reviews the types of cholesterol, commonly accepted cholesterol limits, and discusses cholesterol-lowering pharmaceuticals - the most prescribed drugs in the world.

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Published October, 2007
By Jeremy Appleton
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First isolated in 1832, the dietary supplement creatine has been long been associated with building muscle. But, scientific research has demonstrated that creatine has many more health benefits, including use as a supporting nutrient for those with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and emphysema.

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Published October, 2007
By Jeremy Appleton
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Who gets enough sleep? Do you? Do your friends? Combined with the stresses of our everyday lives and all of the responsibilities we must attend to, who has time for sleep? This book outlines suggestions and practices for getting a good night's sleep.

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Published October, 2007
By Barbara Wexler
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Tryptophan (1-tryptophan) is a useful amino acid necessary for the production of serotonin and melatonin. Tryptophan can soothe nerves and anxiety, reduce carbohydrate cravings, relieve pre-menstrual symptoms, and enhance relaxation and sleep.

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Published October, 2007
By Tracy Gibbs
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Enzymes are as critical for life as the air we breathe and the water we drink. Enzymes give us energy, enable us to reproduce, think, grow, and heal. This booklet describes the various types of enzymes and how they perform their critical functions in the body. It also discusses the problems caused by malabsorption due to enzyme deficiency.

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Published October, 2007
By Jane Semple
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Introduces you to the human papilloma virus (HPV), the symptoms it causes, its connection with cancer, and the vaccines and conventional medical treatments used to fight it. Looking at HPV from a holistic viewpoint, this title offers a naturopathic approach involving nutrition, vitamins, minerals, greens, and other natural dietary supplements.

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Published October, 2007
By Jane Semple
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Discusses the causes of infertility-both male and female-and reviews conventional medical and surgical interventions to improve fertility. This book uses a naturopathic approach that seeks to boost fertility by using proper nutrition, hydrotherapy, relaxation and meditation.

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Published September, 2007
By Jane Semple
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Introduces you to Parkinson Disease, its symptoms, and traditional medical treatments-some of which can cause serious side effects. This title offers a naturopathic approach involving proper nutrition, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs, and other natural dietary supplements.

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Published September, 2007
By Barbara Wexler
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Since the Mayans and Aztecs first ground cacao seeds in the tropical rainforests two millennia ago, chocolate has been celebrated as both the 'food of the gods' and reviled as a scourge that causes teenage acne and rots kid's teeth-among other myths. But, the ancients are being vindicated.

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