Rethinking Pasteur's Germ Theory: How to Maintain Your Optimal Health (Paper Textbook)
Rethinking Pasteur's Germ Theory is more than a history of medical science. Throughout the book, practicing nutritionist Dr. Nancy Appleton applies the findings of these researchers to a greater understanding of our own bodies. This reader-friendly guide shows us how to preserve our well-being through our attitude, environment, and diet. Common foods to avoid for particular body constitutions and a series of health-promoting food plans are outlined. Appleton provides information and practical advice that will educate and motivate the reader to achieve an optimal state of health.
About the Author
Nancy Appleton earned her B.S. in clinical nutrition from UCLA and her Ph.D. from Walden University in health services. To contact Nancy Appleton, Ph.D.: P.0. Box 3083 Santa Monica, CA 90403 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org web-site: www.nancyappleton.com.
"The author, a noted nutritionist, shows how an upset body chemistry initiates the many detrimental changes that lead to degenerative disease. [Appleton's] scrutiny of Pasteur's work confirms the wrong road down which medicine has traveled in the past century."
—Townsend Letter for Doctors and Patients