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60 Years Living with Diabetes
In Spite of the Medical Profession
About the Author
In 60 Years Living with Diabetes: In Spite of the Medical Profession, author James Zajac details the Arduous road from his diagnosis with diabetes at age 13 to his current successful—albeit untraditional—Management of the disease at age 73.
Zajac describes the genesis of his diabetes following a childhood bout with rheumatic fever, shortly afterward he got his first of the negligence and indifference rampant in the medical community, engendering an early distrust in conventional medicine. He then recounts his youthful rebellion against the management of his disease, until a meeting with a forward thinking doctor set him on a path of self-sufficiency that persists to this day. Throughout, Zajac provides invaluable advice regarding natural, non-traditional treatments for diabetes while exposing the incompetence of the medical professionals he has encountered through the years.
Zajac concludes the book by challenging the state of healthcare in the United States providing statistical as well as anecdotal information that calls for reform of the system. 60 Years is an enlightening window into the life of a diabetic and his mission to encourage the American public to take responsibility for their own healthcare and to no rely entirely on the doctors.
About the Author
A Connecticut native James Zajac has lived in Pennsylvania for the past 50 years. He lives with his wife and enjoys gardening, bike riding, swimming, and in his earlier years horseback riding, whitewater kayaking and skiing.
The Amazing Healing Power of Kitchari
Weight Loss Anti-inflammatory Soup
Dr. Shasta Ericson L.Ac., D.A.O.M.
About the Book
Whether you are trying to control your weight, recovering from an illness, or simply looking for a way to feel better overall, this is the book for you! Kitchari is a medicinal cleansing soup from [ndia which is used both for healing the sick and optimizing health for yogis in their path toward enlightenment. Kitchari is at the core of Ayurvedic nutritional healing an anti-inflammatory, slow-burning, complex carbohydrate and plant-based protein porridge that’s easy to make and easy to digest. And with fragrant herbs and rich ghee, kitchari is an appealing and delicious dish.
‘With The Amazing Healing Power ef KitclLari, you’ll be able to identify your particular body type (dosha) and customize your kitchari for your own specific health needs. It doesn’t matter if you begin the process as a pizzaeating, cigar-smoking, winrinking toxin collector-kitchari will set things right, and you’ll be left with a new awareness of your health, a deeper connection with yotu- body, and the knowledge that you can look and feel terrific … all the time!
About the author
A second-generation Vestern trained doctor of AOM, Dr. Shasta Ericson L.Ac., D.A.0.M. received her Doctor of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine degree from Five Branches University. She is also a certified wellness and yoga instructor, having over 25 years of clinical experience. Dr. Shasta is the creator of Qi yogas, and she has done extensive research in complementary and alternative medical approaches for weight loss, fertility, autoimmune disorders and pain management. www.kitchari.net, www.wayofwelJness.com.
The 120 Club – Living the Good Life for 120 Years
Health and Vitality in an Age of Transformation
About the Book
People have lived for 120 years. It is possible. “The 120 Club” presents a comprehensive and practical program that goes well beyond diet and exercise. Phil Rose’s “10 Wisdoms” offers a truly life-extending and life-saving practice. He argues why and how you should decide to live to 120 with zest and good health. Phil has worked collaboratively with allopathic and holistic healers from many disciplines on how to use a variety of healing tools now available us. His thinking has emerged both from extensive research and his day to day practice. 120 years is a very real goal for humans.
About the Author
Phil began the practices in his book many years ago. They have built his capacity to live stronger, smarter and to have deeper friendships.
Throughout Phil’s career he has been a:
• Jesuit (Catholic religious)
• high school teacher and principal
• special education teacher
• adult literacy specialist
• underage alcohol and drug prevention specialist
• lead trainer for police/community dialogues
• Re-evaluation Counseling teacher
He is currently working to build a coalition of climate crisis leaders and he has a private counseling practice. He is happily married with two wonderful children and four grandchildren.