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An edition of There is a Cure for Arthritis (1988)

There is a cure for arthritis

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This edition was published in by Parker Pub. Co. in West Nyack, N.Y.

Written in English

200 pages

Author Paavo Airola could be considered among the first wave of "functional medicine" or biological medicine enthusiasts. He describes his research and observation of European Clinics that treat arthritis not with medicine, but with a variety of strategies to clean the gut, enhance circulation, keep patients moving, and "recharge" their body throu ghnutrition. He offers a variety of interesting case studies of those who are cured after days, weeks, or months spent in the clinics/medical spas. As with other functional medicine books from their era about arthritis--and now gaining attention in new forms--the methods he describes involve vegetable/juice/broth fasting, a return to organic fruits and vegetables and whole grains, enemas and colonics, exercise, and plenty of rest. Finally, he presents advice on how one may achieve similar results in a home-based setting or with the supervision of a biological (functional) medicine specialist.

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Cover of: There is a cure for arthritis
There is a cure for arthritis
1991, Parker Publishing, U.S., Real Books
in English
Cover of: There is a Cure for Arthritis
There is a Cure for Arthritis
May 3, 1988, Prentice Hall Press
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Cover of: There is a cure for arthritis
There is a cure for arthritis
1973, Parker Pub. Co.
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There is a cure for arthritis
1968, Parker Pub. Co.
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There is a Cure for Arthritis

First published in 1988



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Author Paavo Airola could be considered among the first wave of "functional medicine" or biological medicine enthusiasts. He describes his research and observation of European Clinics that treat arthritis not with medicine, but with a variety of strategies to clean the gut, enhance circulation, keep patients moving, and "recharge" their body throu ghnutrition. He offers a variety of interesting case studies of those who are cured after days, weeks, or months spent in the clinics/medical spas. As with other functional medicine books from their era about arthritis--and now gaining attention in new forms--the methods he describes involve vegetable/juice/broth fasting, a return to organic fruits and vegetables and whole grains, enemas and colonics, exercise, and plenty of rest. Finally, he presents advice on how one may achieve similar results in a home-based setting or with the supervision of a biological (functional) medicine specialist.

There is a cure for arthritis

This edition was published in by Parker Pub. Co. in West Nyack, N.Y.


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Includes bibliographical references.

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Dewey Decimal Class
616.7/2/0654
Library of Congress
RC933 .A28

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xxiv, 200 p.
Number of pages
200

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OL5616931M
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thereiscureforar00airo
LC Control Number
68025346
Library Thing
1244591

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