Do you want to maintain optimal wellness at any age? A Nation of Unwell: What's Gone Wrong? describes in easy-to-understand detail how to maintain your health and how to recover your wellness if you have a chronic illness or disease.
A Nation of Unwell describes how the health of most patients today can be recovered, without a lifetime of medication.
More than 117 million Americans, including children, are struggling with chronic health problems--and the numbers keep rising. In A Nation of Unwell, Dr. Gedroic--a Harvard-trained doctor in Morristown, New Jersey--explains how to stem the tide of rising chronic disease and illnesses today without depending on prescription medications.
The problem is not with our bodies, she says, but instead with the way modern medicine currently diagnoses and treats illness and disease, making many believe there is no possibility of recovery.
The body is like a seesaw, explains Dr. Gedroic. Our individual "seesaw" can get tipped from a nutrient-deficient diet, an unhealthy gut, toxins in the environment around us, and rampant inflammation. When our body gets out of balance, symptoms begin. "Symptoms are the body's only way of communicating with us," explains Dr. Gedroic in A Nation of Unwell, which has been lauded by top doctors and best-selling authors Dr. Deepak Chopra, Dr. Andrew Weil, and Dr. Mehmet Oz. "Rather than medicating symptoms to quiet these symptoms, we need to discover their root causes to be able to treat the body and help the body recover its health, for good."
In A Nation of Unwell, Dr. Gedroic reveals:
- How to listen to and understand your symptoms and disease in a whole new way
- How to determine what your body needs when symptoms begin--and why it's important to question the long-term need for a prescription medication that treats only symptoms and not the root causes of an illness
- How to give your diet, personal care products, lifestyle, and environment a makeover for better health, starting today.
- How to get started on the path to wellness with a simple two-week plan.
With A Nation of Unwell, health and wellness are truly within everyone's reach.