The Hope Formula Book by Brenda Watson, N.D.
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by Brenda Watson, N.D. with Suzin Stockton, M.A.
Best-selling author Brenda Watson, N.D. is one of the foremost authorities in America today on natural digestive care and proper nutrition. Her latest book which is now readily available is called, The H.O.P.E. Formula: The Ultimate Health Secret (2006). It takes an inside look at the digestive system and explains why optimal digestive health is essential to sustaining the overall health of your body. The corresponding nationally televised PBS special, Brenda Watson's H.O.P.E. Formula, has earned over $2 million for public television to date.
When poor nutrition choices lead to digestive stress and other issues such as heartburn, indigestion, IBS, gas and bloating, leaky gut or other such problems, a combination of High Fiber, Omega-3 Oils, Probiotics and Enzymes (H.O.P.E.) can help restore and maintain your digestive health. The H.O.P.E. Formula describes in detail the role of each organ involved in the digestive process and explains the causes and possible implications of impaired digestion. It discusses the basics of good nutrition and shows how simple changes in diet, as well as regular internal cleansing and detoxification, can help both children and adults live longer, healthier lives.
In The H.O.P.E. Formula, readers will learn:
- The importance of a healthy digestive system
- Common causes of digestive stress
- The extraordinary health benefits of fiber and Omega-3 oils
- How probiotics (beneficial intestinal bacteria) can help maintain digestive health
- How enzymes aid in the digestive process
- Basic nutritional guidelines and solutions to specific dietary needs
- The benefits of regular cleansing and detoxification
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.