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Health 2 - 0

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Doctor-tested, Mother Nature–approved: The complete healthy user’s guide to H2O

Stop spending a fortune on spas and beauty products Ordinary tap water can improve your skin, tone your body, and safely treat a wide range of medical problems. Dr. Alexa Fleckenstein’s all-in-one system features hundreds of patient-proven ways to reduce your stress, lower blood pressure, reliev
Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 22nd 2007 by McGraw-Hill (first published 2007)
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Huma Rashid
The basic idea of this book can be boiled down (ha!) to: eat more raw foods, always finish your showers with a cold water blast, and instead of beating yourself up about not working out regularly just try to exercise for 2 minutes a day every day because every little bit counts.

It's a quick, easy read, but you really can boil the whole thing down to what I just said above. Also, the writing is SO CHEESY at some parts, but that's just my opinion. You might think it's descriptive. I just rolled my
Gary Dale Cearley
I was at first fooled by the title of this book. I thought that Dr. Alexa Fleckenstein would be touting the drinking of water, its consumption, as a therapy, much the same as the well known Iranian doctor, Dr. Fereydoon Batmanghelidj. But any mistake on this was purely my own! While Dr. Batmanghelidj recommends drinking lots of water, Dr. Fleckenstein recommends bathing in it!

Dr. Alexa Fleckenstein is a medical doctor who, after her professional training and internship in Hamburg, went on to stu
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