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Drugs that Don't Work and Natural Therapies That Do
Drugs that Don't Work and Natural Therapies That Do

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Dr. Brownstein will show you new research that gives you detailed information on why the most commonly prescribed drugs may not be the most appropriate choice to treat many common conditions including: GERD, high cholesterol, reflux esophagitis, diabetes, depression, osteoporosis, inflammation, and hormone imbalances. Furthermore, this book will give you natural and safe alternatives that can help you overcome the above-mentioned illnesses.

This book provides information on why drugs cause so many adverse effects including:

  • Antacid Drugs
  • Antidepressant Drugs
  • Anti-inflammatory Drugs
  • Cholesterol-lowering Drugs
  • New Studies on Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs
  • Diabetes Drugs
  • Osteoporosis Drugs
  • Synthetic Hormones

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Well worth it! April 22, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Security, CO United States  
I 'm newly interested in natural medicine & using healthy/good foods as medicine instead of drugs & stuff with hormones, pesticides, etc.  Dr. Brownstein explains things so it's easy to understand, and it makes sense.  I wish there were more Drs/people like Dr. Brownstein!

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Informative February 24, 2014
Reviewer: William Barnwell from Green Spring, WV United States  
This book is very informative. I bought it for the information mostly about statins. My Doctor talked me into taking a statin drug after I could not bring my cholesterol down,I did not think it was that high. After starting the program I just did not feel right so I figured I needed to educate myself about this problem. With the information in this book I will try a new approach. My wife has been on statins for a couple of years and no one ever mentioned using CoQ10.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Good information January 29, 2014
Reviewer: Connie H Nelson from Frisco, TX United States  
The book is very informative concerning drugs prescribed for numerous common conditions. I am very interested in natural supplementation for thee conditions.  More specific dosing information for supplements would have been helpful.  I realize that certain vitamin and mineral levels should be measured before taking supplements.  I was disappointed that a section on treating hypertension was not included in the book.

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Drugs that Don't Work and Natural Therapies That January 10, 2014
Reviewer: Richard Huey (Dick" from Marquette, MI United States  
This is the first copy I've purchased directly from you, but I've bought and given away at least 15 copies of this book to friends, which pretty much tells you what I think of it.

Dick Huey

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Catalytic November 5, 2013
Reviewer: Nicolette Konas from Mount Clemens, MI United States  
What I really appreciate about this book is the way Dr. B. ties everything together. He presents clinical anecdotes, which is good because patients always look for people with symptoms similar to theirs, tells what he did, then gives the results. He then describes the biochemical pathways in the body sufficiently so a non-medical person can follow, then describes what drugs (vs. natural remedies) do working within those systems. With this method, he makes his point and substantiates it from all arguable angles, which is the differentiating factor in his books.  His explanations make sense; the reader feels convicted in what he/she has just read, and having such conviction catalyzes a real sense of control over health.  I can't imagine anyone defending unnecessary drug use once having read this book (except maybe FDA officials). I also can't imagine anyone not feeling empowered after reading this book.

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