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In this intriguing and thought-provoking book, Steve Solomon presents a comprehensive guide to taking control of our own health and well-being. Drawing upon his extensive knowledge and experience, the author empowers readers with valuable insights on how and when to be their own doctors.

One of the most striking aspects of Solomon's approach is his emphasis on prevention rather than merely treating symptoms. He highlights the importance of understanding our bodies and taking proactive steps to maintain optimal health. By educating ourselves about nutrition, exercise, and overall lifestyle choices, we can greatly reduce the need for medical intervention.

Furthermore, Solomon provides practical tips on utilizing natural remedies and alternative therapies. Through his engaging writing style and concrete examples, he encourages readers to explore a wide range of options that can complement or even replace traditional medical treatments. However, he also emphasizes the importance of knowing our own limits and seeking professional help when necessary.

What sets this book apart is the author's insistence on presenting information in a clear and accessible manner. Despite its scientific nature, the text never feels overwhelming, making it suitable for readers from various backgrounds. Solomon's passion for the subject matter shines through, and his genuine desire to empower individuals to become actively involved in their health is evident in every page.

Moreover, the book provides a compelling critique of the pharmaceutical industry and its influence on modern medicine. Solomon argues that we should not blindly rely on prescription drugs as the only solution to our health issues. Instead, he encourages readers to question and research, advocating for a more holistic and personalized approach to healing.

My only minor criticism is that, at times, the author's arguments may appear too idealistic. While Solomon acknowledges that not all medical conditions can be completely managed without professional help, his strong belief in self-care could potentially downplay the importance of medical expertise in certain situations. Nevertheless, this perspective serves as a catalyst for important discussions about the role of self-care in our journey towards well-being.

Overall, How and When to Be Your Own Doctor is an enlightening and empowering read. Steve Solomon invites us to take an active role in our health and challenges traditional notions of medical treatment. By blending scientific research, holistic practices, and personal anecdotes, the author compels readers to reconsider their approach to healthcare. Whether you are a skeptic or a believer in alternative medicine, this book will undoubtedly ignite a desire for self-empowerment and a deeper understanding of our own bodies.

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Created by: Steve Solomon

How and When to Be Your Own Doctor

by Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon

Steve Solomon, June, 1997.

Table of Contents

Forward by Steve Solomon Chapter One: How I Became a Hygienist Chapter Two: The Nature and Cause of Disease Chapter Three: Fasting Chapter Four: Colon Cleansing Chapter Five: Diet and Nutrition Chapter Six: Vitamins and Other Food Supplements Chapter Seven: The Analysis of Disease States Helping the Body Recover Appendices


Tis a gift to be simple Tis a gift to be free, Tis a gift to come down Where we ought to be. And when we find ourselves In a place just right, It will be in the valley Of love and delight.

Old Shaker Hymn

Favorite of Dr. Isabelle Moser

I was a physically tough, happy go lucky fellow until I reached my late thirties. Then I began to experience more and more off days when I did not feel quite right. I thought I possessed an iron constitution. Although I grew a big food garden and ate mostly "vegetablitarian" I thought I could eat anything with impunity. I had been fond of drinking beer with my friends while nibbling on salty snacks or heavy foods late into the night. And until my health began to weaken I could still get up the next morning after several homebrewed beers, feeling good, and would put in a solid day's work... Continue reading book >>

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