Dr. Bob's Guide to Optimal Health: God's Plan for a Long, Healthy Life

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Destiny Image Publishers, 28. juuli 2011 - 601 pages

Dr. Bob's Guide to Optimal Health is a compilation of Dr. Bob DeMaria's 30 years of experience in the wellness health field. Based on a year long pattern and wellness model lifestyle enhancement, this book provides a Bible based guide to a whole body restoration. Dr. Bob's clinical based proven experience and knowledge will create a natural desire to achieve optimal health -- natures way -- the way it was designed by our creator. You will rejoice with eighteen new health patterns slowly incorporated over twelve months.

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An Updated Edition – A Biblically Based Devotional

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“Dr. Bob’s Guide to Optimal Health” is a compilation of practical guidelines and life changing health tips designed to help the reader attain and maintain optimal health. This updated and expanded ... Read full review

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Have just tried his suggestion on stopping yogurt to stop pain in the left shoulder and neck. I have had chronic pain in the left shoulder and neck for years. Since stopping eating yogurt every morning, the pain is gone! It's amazing! Read full review

Contents

Breath of Life Breakfast
21
Energizing Exercise
42
Lunching Naturally
63
Meal Prep
84
Designing Dinner
105
Sweets Desserts
126
DigestionNot Indigestion
147
Oils Toils
168
Optimal Health for Children
231
Warranty Work
252
Body BuildingFrom the Inside
273
Restful Peaceful Sleep
294
Saw Sharpening
315
Time for
336
Relationship Renewal
367
Appendix CTransition Chart
384

Optimal Health for Women
189
Optimal Health for
210
About Dr
406
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Robert Demaria was born in New York, studied at Columbia (where he was an undergraduate in the Beat Generation) and eventually earned a Ph. D. in modern British literature. He was an editor at Macmillan, taught writing at various universities and was the Associate Dean of the New School for Social Research. He published The Mediterranean Review. He is the author of fourteen novels and has published short fiction and poetry in various magazines. These days he divides his time between Deia on the island of Mallorca and Port Jefferson on Long Island and is working on a memoir called My Secret Childhood.

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