Think For Yourself and Take Control of Your Health
It has distressed me for many years to see the effects of poor health as people age, and increasingly even younger people. For those of you who are interested in alternative health solutions to remedy health problems and optimize your health, this small book reflects my research and experience that began 25 years ago.
What it's about: We each need to take control of our health by making our own medical decisions with the input from practitioners who share our viewpoint, all the while researching those things needed to maintain a sound and healthy body––which is the foundation of intelligent thinking, emotional well-being, and ultimately, spiritual growth. A healthy lifestyle facilitates an upreach toward God consciousness and responds more readily to spiritual guidance.
Achieve Optimal Health
Become knowledgeable about health
Eat wholesome food
Avoid toxins and toxic
Correct your posture
Reflect deeply over health care decisions—think for yourself
Select an alternative health practitioner
What others have to say Richard Rosen has gone over all the important facts that we need to know to stay healthy. Following his guidelines will help you obtain better health and happiness. Reading this book will save you years of searching for answers and put you on the right track to resolving your health concerns. Healthy Living embodies the total body, mind and spirit.
I finished reading you book Healthy Living. I give it an A+++++++++. It was easy to read, very clear, and, if followed, will save many lives. Thank you for caring about people; your book is a blessing to all of us.
I thoroughly enjoyed your new book. It was a very balanced approach in pointing out that the current material medical model, although important, is not the exclusive and only tool we have when dealing with health matters. Our belief in God or our spiritual nature, as well as natural holistic methods, are also of paramount importance as the book aptly details with excellent reference sources. It’s not like a huge, big novel that you have to read. Richard has it all right there in 50 or so pages.