Tired, run down, cranky, stressed? Sounds like just about everybody I know! But hope is on the way in the form of a breakthrough women’s health program geared toward body, mind and spirit. In just three weeks, The Triple Whammy Cure promises to make you feel as good as gold again – or, at the very least, some good silver.
Written by a recognized pioneer in treating chronic illness, Dr. David Edelberg, this comprehensive guide to getting your health back on track focuses on a three-pronged program that deals with stress, hormone imbalances, and the feel-good chemical serotonin, which women often lack in droves. With a detailed plan for diet, exercise, supplements and stress reduction, the Triple Whammy plan can help get rid of a variety of ailments and symptoms that plague women, including PMS, lousy sleep patterns, depression, anxiety, chronic fatigue syndrome, unrelenting stress and all the other usual suspects.
Each chapter is packed with advice for balancing hormones and increasing production of serotonin pharmaceuticals or natural therapies, whichever you prefer, and there are plenty of suggestions for incorporating diet, vitamins and minerals, and exercise into the plan. Stress reduction is critical, with advice on ways to lower stress levels and nourish the brain for more energy, focus and clarity, including the use of healing touch and meditation.
Women with PMS and women entering menopause will find plenty of info geared toward relieving the most problematic symptoms such as bloating, hot flashes, depression, and mood swings. There is even a diet plan for keeping the body performing at optimum levels.
The Triple Whammy Cure contains a lot of information we’ve read and heard before but is packaged in one powerful plan of action that really focuses on the needs of women who are living stressful lives our ancestors could not even have imagined dealing with. The three-pronged plan can be applied to a variety of illnesses and situations that can truly benefit from lessening the impact of stress, improving mood levels, and balancing those wild and wacky hormone levels.
Now that’s a plan I can live with!