Book Review: The Seven Pillars of Health: Learn How To Improve Your Lifestyle With The Seven Pillars of Health

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The Seven Pillars Of Health

Bestselling author of Toxic Relief, Don Colbert, M.D. has done it again with The Seven Pillars of Health. His natural methods of better health breaks it down into bite sized chunks that make it easier for anyone to take the time and effort to make changes in their life. His research shows that by making one change a day for fifty days you can reduce your risk of develping heart disease by over 80 percent and your risk of cancer by at least 60 percent.

The Seven Pillars of Health begins with a short introduction to explain how the book is divided into seven basic pillars for a healthy lifestyle and why it works. In Dr. Colbert’s book, each pillar is discussed for one week with a different focus for each day of the week. Each day he introduces the topic, gives tips, information, why you should follow his advice, points to ponder and action steps to take. Sprinkled generously throughout the book are special charts, agreements, survey results and tidbits of beneficial information.

The Pillars

Pillar one addresses your body’s need for water, why you need it, they best way to get it and how much and when you should drink it.

Pillar two explains how important sleep is, why you may have sleeping issues and how to fix them so you can get the rest you need to remain healthy.

Pillar three explains the difference between living food and dead food. What you should be eating and the best way to prepare and serve the food.

Pillar four addresses the benefits of exercise, the differences between aerobic and anaerobic exercise and ways to make exercise more fun.

Pillar five goes through why you are probably toxic, where you get toxins and how to get rid of them.

Pillar six introduces nutritional supplements that are beneficial, explains antioxidants and phytonutrients, and helps you pick the right supplements for you.

Pillar seven helps you learn how to cope with stress and is followed by Appendices with recommended products, vitamins, minerals and their recommended dosages along with bottled water pH comparisons.

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