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Fatty Liver : You Can Reverse It - Sandra Cabot

Fatty Liver

You Can Reverse It

Paperback Published: 1st September 2010
ISBN: 9780967398396
Number Of Pages: 256

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This handbook examines the most common type of liver disease--fatty liver--and offers a comprehensive plan to reverse the condition and restore health. In addition to providing an extensive overview of the disease, its causes, and tools for diagnosing and determining the level of severity, the reference features a step-by-step path for healing. Among the information provided for those seeking to eradicate this disease--and reduce the incidence of blood clots, cancer, diabetes, heart attacks, and weight gain"--"is a description of basic dietary principles, menu plans, recipes, and natural therapies such as herbs, minerals, superfoods, and vitamins to heal damaged and fatty liver cells. An extensive personal essay--"Confessions of a Fat Man" by Thomas Eanelli, MD--reveals a true-life example of one person's emotional battle with food addiction and fatty liver disease. In this chronicle, Fanelli documents how the application of the principles in the book helped turn his health around and details his psychological and emotional strategy--the 10 Ps--to help control food addiction and other addictions that cause damage to the liver.

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Without a helthy liver so many things can go wrong in our bodies. Even though many of us have fatty liver, many of us do not know it. The liver is such an important organ and looking after it pays huge dividends to our mental and physical health. Great book. Informative and practical.

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ISBN: 9780967398396
ISBN-10: 0967398398
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st September 2010
Publisher: SCB International
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.8 x 14.9  x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.35

Sandra Cabot


About the Author


Dr. Sandra McRae was born in Adelaide South Australia in 1952 and trained in medicine and surgery at Adelaide University in South Australia.

Sandra McRae graduated in medicine and surgery with honours in 1975 from Adelaide University South Australia.

In Australia a bachelor of medicine and surgery is designated by the letters MBBS, which appear after the name of the doctor. Sandra McRae is also a diplomate of the Royal Australian College of Obstetricians & Gynaecologists and this is designated by the letters DRCOG. Thus the correct title of Dr Sandra McRae in Australia is MBBS, DRCOG.

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