January/February 2002 Conscious Media
My Doctor Says I?m Fine... So Why Do I Feel So Bad?
Margaret Smith Peet ND and Shoshana Zimmerman ND Reviewed by Whitney Harris
Did you know you can read your state of health by studying
the various marks on your palm, tracing the kaleidoscope of color
in your eyes, or by identifying your body type? These physical
characteristics, which are often overlooked and misunderstood, actually
reflect the health of the internal body. After reading My Doctor
Says Im Fine
So Why Do I Feel So Bad?, you will feel
empowered, confident, and in greater control of your health and
medical care. The authors, Margaret Smith Peet, ND and Shoshana
Zimmerman, ND, unveil the mystery surrounding the onset of disease,
while offering alternative methods of treatment as well as preventative
measures. Follow the step-by-step development of disease, learn
how to identify disease before it fully manifests, and understand
why certain foods are often the root cause of many common chronic
symptoms. From anxiety and headaches to cancer and heart disease,
the authors demonstrate how specific areas of the body reflect ones
state of health, often revealing early warning signs of impending
disease. Unfortunately, most medical doctors cannot diagnose an
illness until it has fully manifested, leaving the patient with
fewer treatment options than if identified in the earlier stages.
According to the authors, any area of the body that lacks the
life force is at risk for dis-ease. However, by learning
to flow with the unique requirements of your body instead
of simply treating problems as the come about you can shape
the destiny of your own health and happiness. This book is a must-have
for every reference shelf.
My Doctor Says I'm Fine..So Why Do I Feel So Bad? Published
by Blue Dolphin Publishing, 321pp, $19.95.