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    Gruver provides interesting and helpful ways to better care for yourself and your family. This is a great self help tool for the novice as well as those experienced in natural health protocols. Pick up a self help health book today and almost ways you will find a chapter on "Be your own advocate." Patients need to help themselves, rather than solely rely on western medical doctors. Demand for better health care is putting the general public on alert that they need to delve deeper into how to prevent chronic and degenerating diseases. Being your own advocate requires you to research and explore more natural alternatives and this book is a great primer.

    "Being There When It Counts" edited by George W. Doherty is what Disaster Mental Health Services (DMHS) teams try hardest to achieve before, during and following disasters, critical incidents, crises, and terrorist activities. Although a relatively new field, these teams have quickly become an integral part of disaster and critical incident preparedness, mitigation, response, and follow-up. DMHS began with Critical Incident Stress Debriefing and Critical Incident Stress Management. In order to continue to grow and meet identified needs, both continued development as well as focused research.Research will help identify how Mental Health Services can best be utilized as well as how relevant changes need to be made in practice. Networking and sharing experiences can also help develop resources. The 8th Rocky Mountain Region Disaster Mental Health Conference was held Nov. 7-9, 2009 in Cheyenne, Wyoming. This volume highlights key papers from presenters

    Addiction--What's Really Going On?: Inside a Heroin Treatment Program

    Great resource, a must-have in the library, and informative, Alan gives the reader options to healing. Highly recommend.

    First of all, anytime you choose to delve into brain functions you are in for some deep study and thought. It is no different with Albert Garoli's "The Evolutionary Glitch" because he takes us deep within neurobiology and quantum physics

    There is a rampant buzz about lowering our cholesterol because it is considered a "silent killer" causing much concern in our society. This book will certainly give you information of why this buzz is rampant and why there are concerns.

    I certainly have no problem recommending this book to young women that are having issues or those that want to prevent issues. It is written in simple lay terms, is concise, and extremely informative. As well, I believe this would be a great book in a practitioner's lending library or on a TCM school's recommended reading list. It's like a Cliff's Notes of TCM.

    This is a great book for anyone that has been thinking of exploring alternative health. Gruver’s knowledge and experience shines through by giving the skeptic food for thought. (Pun intended!) This book is also a wonderful quick resource guide for those that already consider alternative medicine as a way of life. Her recommended reading and resource guide is very helpful.

    Eating for Pregnancy: The essential guide and Cookbook

    Eating for Pregnancy: The Essential Nutrition guide and cookbook is a wonderful tool for all women, especially pregnant women. Whether you know a lot or know nothing about healthy eating for mommy and baby, this book has something for everyone. The cookbook is not only full of delicious recipes (who says you have to be pregnant to make them?!), but also very helpful information on foods the baby needs and that your body needs to help sustain the pregnancy and keep you healthy. Along with these delicious recipes that are easy to make and are what I would consider “normal”. The recipes are not flamboyant, but everyday pantry items or easy to find in you local grocery store. There is also a ton of helpful information to help answer any pregnancy questions in regards to your diet and what you should or shouldn’t be eating. Some of these questions include; “What should I be eating? What is dangerous and why? If I eat this how is it benefiting the baby and I?” There is also a section for your last 9 months after baby is born. The exercises and eating tips are designed to help you loose the baby weight and regain your body! This book is truly for those considering having a baby to those who have had their baby and everyone in between! Among the many helpful tidbits of information you will find helpful list that give sources of fiber, vitamin C, and other important nutrients. There is information on how much fish, water, vitamins, and other items that you should or shouldn’t be consuming. The recipes are in convenient categorized sections and come complete in a seven day menu planner. The author gives a list of pantry items needed for each categorized chapter of recipes along with time saving tips, storage tips, conversion charts and a variety of other very helpful pieces of information. The recipes range from breakfast to dinner with snack and vegetarian dishes. Eating for Pregnancy will quickly become a part of your family even after your baby is born. The recipes are for families too! If your pregnant, planning to get pregnant, recently had your baby, are a health care professional or simply like to collect cookbooks or are interested in good nutrition, Eating for Pregnancy is for you! It would also make a wonderful gift for any expectant mother to be! It is well worth the time and money.

    Book Review A Healing Grove African Tree Remedies and Rituals for the Body and Spirit Author: Stephanie Rose Bird Publisher: Lawrence Hill Books ISBN: 978-1-55652-764-7

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