Natural Choices for Women's Health: How the Secrets of Natural and Chinese Medicine Can Create a Lifetime of Wellness

by Laurie Steelsmith, Alex Steelsmith

Dr. Laurie Steelsmith healed her own lupus, so she knows firsthand that with the right natural treatments, the body has the capability to heal itself—safely. It all started during medical school when she felt the debilitating pain of what was discovered to be borderline lupus. In Natural Choices for Women’s Health, Dr. Steelsmith charts a course to wellness for all women. The book is divided into 10 crucial components of a woman’s health—the immune system, kidneys, liver, digestive system, heart, hormones, bones, breasts, pelvis and mental health. A must-have reference manual for all women who know there are ways to health beyond the world of mainstream medications. 

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Are you unhappy relying on antibiotics for every illness…painkillers for menstrual cramps…and caffeine just to feel “normal”? Are you fed up with an endless cycle of colds, flu, headaches, digestive problems and fatigue? Do you want to experience freedom from menopausal hormone fluctuations and hot flashes? Natural Choices for Women’s Health explores these issues and many more, offering a groundbreaking resource for women who want to approach health naturally.

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Author Laurie Steelsmith, Alex Steelsmith
Binding Paperback
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Dr. Laurie Steelsmith is a licensed naturopathic doctor, acupuncturist, and practitioner of Chinese medicine and was trained at Bastyr University in Seattle, the nation's leading center for natural medicine. She has practiced in Honolulu since 1993, where she writes the Prescriptions column for the Honolulu Advertiser. She is a frequent lecturer on the subject of women's health.

Publication Date Apr 30, 2005