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Healthy Healing: A Guide to Self-Healing for Everyone Paperback – Mar 2000

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 576 pages
  • Publisher: Healthy Healing Pubns; 11th edition edition (March 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 188433489X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1884334894
  • Product Dimensions: 27.4 x 21.4 x 3.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 Kg
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,362,353 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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"HEALTHY HEALING is an incredible resource for both patients and practitioners. Linda Page has assembled a vast array of invaluable information on a wide variety of healing modalities and put it into a very user-friendly format. I recommend this book to anyone interested in improving and maintaining health!" -- Randy Ruben Baker, M.D.

"I hope everybody appreciates the synthesis and blend of healing art that Linda Page puts together in this book. I know of few people who have the knowlege, energy and experience to complete such a task." -- Humbart

"The eleventh edition of HEALTHY HEALING is better than ever - easy to read, simple to use and packed full of essential information for all. This book is a must for those who want to look better, feel better and live longer, pain-free lives!" -- Anthony Cichoke, M.A., D.C., D.A.C.B.N.

About the Author

Long before natural foods and herbal formulas became a "chic" widely accepted method for healing, Linda Page was sharing her extensive knowledge with those who dared to listen. Through what some would call an accident of fate, but she calls a blessing, she was compelled to research alternative avenues of healing. Sequestered in a hospital with a life-threatening illness, watching her 5-foot frame wither to 69 pounds, her hair drop out, and her skin peel off, doctors told her thay had no cure. With only a cursory knowledge of herbs, she began a frantic research process of testing herbal formulas and healing food combinations on herself.She read voraciously about herbal healing. Good friends shopped for herbs and she began to formulate the many compounds which would eventually save her life, revitalize her health and restore beautiful new hair and skin. It was that incident that led her to seek her degrees in Naturopathy and Nutrition at Clayton College of Natural Health in Birmingham, Alabama.

A prolific author and educator, Dr. Page has sold over a million books including "Healthy Healing", "Cooking For Healthy Healing", "How To Be Your Own Herbal Pharmacist", "Party Lights", "Detoxification" and a popular series of library books which address specific healing therapies for topics like menopause, male and female energy, stress and energy, colds and flu and cancer.

Dr. Page is an Adjunct Professor at Clayton College of Natural Health. She has appeared weekly on a CBS television station with a natural healing report; she is a principle speaker at national health symposiums and conventions; she is featured regularly in national magazines; she appears on hundreds of radio and television programs. She has just released a television program to PBS stations called "The World of Healthy Healing - Unleashing The Healing Power Of Herbs" a one-hour educational program that is entertaining and full of useful information about herbal healing.

Dr. Page delights in having come full circle: "I feel I am living my dream. I am so grateful that knowledge of healing through herbal formulas and good foods is becoming so widespread. I see it as an opportunity for people to seize the power to heal themselves. Knowledge is power. Whether one chooses conventional medicine, alternative healing avenues, or combines them both in a complementary process, the real prescription for healing is knowledge."

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I am ordering Linda's 11th ed. because I have owned her previous book for about 8 or 10 years and worn it out! I have recommended this book over and over for the wealth of info, the in-depth description of the benefits of fresh foods, vitamins, etc., not to mention the page by page of ailments/recommendations.
Poor fella that rated this book 1 must be a medical doc or else you just haven't seen the "proof" that the Journal of American Medical Association didn't go out of its way to provide on itself (JAMA Vol. 284 No. 4 July 28, 2000).

Accidental deaths, 250,000; unnecessary surgeries, 12,000; medication errors in hosp, 7,000; other in hosp errors, 20,000; nosocomial infections in hosp, 80,000; adverse effects of meds, 106,000. These numbers they indicated were probably LOW!!
Now, that makes me thankful I have taken responsibility for my health and not handed it over to the medical community as we know it today! I haven't taken an antibiotic in about 15 years, and I get more strength each year as I learn more about wellness and maintaining a healthy immune response system.
Looking forward to your 12th edition, Linda! I'll be waiting and watching, and I thank you for introducing me to a much more healthful lifestyle!
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By A Customer on Oct. 8 2000
The best I can say about this heap of trash is that it resembles a cookbook. If it were a cookbook, I could accept on faith that baking powder should cause my cake to be fluffy. But this is not a cookbook. It is supposed to be a description of natural compounds and processes to be administered to heal the body from various illnesses. Thus in my mind some element of proof is required to show why these cures are supposed to work. None such is offered.
I don't believe Rector-Page really understands the subject to the depth I require. So I'm certainly not going to take her word. Her "PhD" is from a "University" outside the normal accredation circles. Maybe some of the things in this book could be helpful, but many of the more main-line, healthy living or medicine reference books have some natural healing information in them that are from more trustworthy sources.
Get a second opinion before you try anything in this book. Better yet, chuck it and start over.
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I have many books on nutrition by the popular alternative experts of today. But, it can get confusing about application. When I discovered Linda Page's "Healthy Healing" I was so delighted I just had to have it in my collection. No confusion here. She gives a basic layout on nutrition, as well as a wonderful section on ailments. Here the layout and recommendations are so easy to read. You can look up practically any ailment and she describes common symptoms and causes, as well as recommends therapies in 3 easy to read columns. Her section on Personal Ailment Analysis is unique with practical how-to tips. I can't say enough good about this book. The advise is obviously well seasoned and solid. Practically everyone I have shown this to has immediately purchased one of their own. Definately a must have resource for any home.
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After first encountering this book in my local Whole Foods a couple of years ago, I got my own copy for reference. I can honestly say, it is the most helpful health book I own (and I own a lot).
Linda's wise advice has seen me through asthma attacks, ear infections and a nasty bout of depression. She's even helped my husband with his notorious tummy aches.
The ailments are listed alphabetically, so they're easy to find even when you're not thinking straight (like when you have the flu). Her treatment suggestions are incredibly thorough and include, herbs, vitamins and lifestyle suggestions.
Though it centers on treating specific ailments, "Healthy Healing" isn't just for when you're under the weather. It's filled with great information (including supplement and dietary protocol) to make sure you stay in top form.
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We wore out the edition we bought years ago and so went out and purchased the eleventh edition.
This book is WELL worth the price. It's the only "medical" reference you will need in your home. Linda Page explains the causes of ills and provides you with natural remedies. She gives you options from a wide array of approaches including herbal, body work, and nutrition. You have several options so you can pick one that fits YOU best, as opposed to a one size fits all approach.
There are also sections on detoxing and rejuvenation. As well as reference for overall usefulness of various herbs and natural products in everyday use. I knew a lot about natural remedies before, but have learned so much more from this book.
You'll see that we have all we need to heal ourselves.
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By A Customer on Jan. 2 2001
I just read a review that called Healthy Healty baloney - and am wondering what the motive for doing so is. This book does not insist that all suggestions are proven to cure a person - it only gives advice. The whole philosophy of holistic health is that we are not treating the symptoms, but the person. If this reviewer had actually read and understood the book they would have had a real idea of what this book was about. I use this book for reference frequently and trust the advice. Because I've actually read the book I know that not all advice will work for every person and it is not the intention of the author to insist that all suggestions will work for everyone. The responsibility lies with the reader to care for themselves.
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