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Celery juice is everywhere for a reason: because it's saving lives as it restores people's health one symptom at a time.From celebrities posting about their daily celery juice routines to people from all walks of life sharing pictures and testimonials of their dramatic recovery stories, celery juice is revealing itself to ignite healing when all odds seem against it. What began decades ago as a quiet movement has become a global healing revolution.In Celery Juice: The Most Powerful Medicine of Our Time Healing Millions Worldwide, Anthony William, the originator of the global celery juice movement, introduces you to celery juice's incredible ability to create sweeping improvements on every level of our health: * Healing the gut and relieving digestive disorders * Balancing blood sugar, blood pressure, weight, and adrenal function * Neutralizing and flushing toxins from the liver and brain * Restoring health in people who suffer from a vast range of chronic and mystery illnesses and symptoms, among them fatigue, brain fog, acne, eczema, addiction, ADHD, thyroid disorders, diabetes, SIBO, eating disorders, autoimmune disorders, Lyme disease, and eye problemsAfter revealing exactly how celery juice does its anti-inflammatory, alkalizing, life-changing work to provide these benefits and many more, he gives you the powerful, definitive guidelines to do your own celery juice cleanse correctly and successfully. You'll get instructions on how to make the juice, how much to drink, when to drink it, and what to expect as your body begins to detox, plus answers to FAQs such as "Is it safe to drink celery juice while pregnant or breastfeeding?", "Is blending better than juicing?", and "Can I take my medications with it?" Here is everything you need to know—from the original source—to receive the full gift of what Anthony calls "one of the greatest healing tonics of all time."
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Electronic reproduction. New York : Hay House Inc., 2019. Requires OverDrive Read (file size: N/A KB) or Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 6808 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB) or Amazon Kindle (file size: N/A KB).
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9781401957667 (electronic bk)
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613.2 H
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First edition.
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326 pages ; 24 cm
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Includes bibliographical references (pages [295]-310) and index.
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"68 percent of Americans have dieted at some point in their lives. But upwards of 90% of people who intentionally lose weight gain it back within five years. And as many as 66% of people who embark on weight-loss efforts end up gaining more weight than they lost. If dieting is so clearly ineffective, why are we so obsessed with it? The culprit is diet culture, a system of beliefs that equates thinness to health and moral virtue, promotes weight loss as a means of attaining higher status, and demonizes certain ways of eating while elevating others. It's sexist, racist, and classist, yet this way of thinking about food and bodies is so embedded in the fabric of our society that it can be hard to recognize. It masquerades as health, wellness, and fitness, and for some, it is all-consuming. In Anti-Diet, Christy Harrison takes on diet culture and the multi-billion-dollar industries that profit from it, exposing all the ways it robs people of their time, money, health, and happiness. It will turn what you think you know about health and wellness upside down, as Harrison explores the history of diet culture, how it's infiltrated the health and wellness world, how to recognize it in all its sneaky forms, and how letting go of efforts to lose weight or eat "perfectly" actually helps to improve people's health -- no matter their size. Drawing on scientific research, personal experience, and stories from patients and colleagues, Anti-Diet provides a radical alternative to diet culture, and helps readers reclaim their bodies, minds, and lives so they can focus on the things that truly matter."--Amazon.com.
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9780316420358 (hardcover)
0316420352 (hardcover)
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1 online resource (1 video file (1 hr., 36 min., 49 sec.)) : sound, color.
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Originally released by Intelligence2, 2016.
Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on November 10, 2016.
Contents
Introduction: Big Pharma and Healthcare Cost Debate (3:21) -- Debate "Housekeeping" (6:07) -- For the Motion: Neera Tanden (5:56) -- Against the Motion: Paul Howard (6:30) -- For the Motion: Ezekiel Emanuel (6:52) -- Against the Motion: Lori Reilly (6:37) -- Increase in Drug Prices (7:22) -- Drug Noncompliance and High Deductibles (4:25) -- Pharmaceutical Profit Margins (4:31) -- Hepatitis C Drug Example (4:29) -- Reducing Long Term Healthcare Costs (3:25) -- QA: Drug Price Regulation (5:05) -- QA: Making Healthcare more Affordable (5:46) -- QA: Healthcare Models in other Countries (4:37) -- QA: Importing Drugs (0:58) -- QA: Lowering Prescription Drug Costs for Patients (2:40) -- Volley Round (3:13) -- Closing Statement For: Neera Tanden (2:24) -- Closing Statement Against: Paul Howard (2:09) -- Closing Statement For: Ezekiel Emanuel (2:21) -- Closing Statement Against: Lori Reilly (2:30) -- Time to Vote (4:12) -- Audience Vote Results (0:55) -- Credits: Blame Big Pharma for Out-of-Control Health Care Costs: A Debate (0:04)
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Americans spend some $3 trillion a year on health care, representing about 18 percent of the nation's gross domestic product, nearly double what other industrialized countries spend. Some people blame these high costs on big pharmaceutical companies-"Big Pharma" for short-which they accuse of charging exorbitant amounts for certain drugs and raising prices far above the rate of inflation. But others defend the companies, claiming that high prices are necessary to encourage them to develop new life-saving drugs that improve people's health. Is Big Pharma to blame for out-of-control health care costs?
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9 & up.
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Streaming video file.
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Closed-captioned.
Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, December 16, 2016)
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Films Media Group, film distributor.
Intelligence2
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