Arthritis and common sense
Medical Self-Help/Health Arthritis and Common Sense, the best-selling one-million-copy classic on arthritis, is now available in paperback for the first time! In these pages, the arthritis sufferer will find a simple dietary plan that may help to alleviate the pains and symptoms of this disease, without the use of drugs of any kind. The overwhelming success of Arthritis and Common Sense and the thousands of grateful letters that pour in to its author prove the effectiveness of his safe and sensible approach. Dale Alexander offers a list of menus, a day-by-day breakdown of meals, and a plan of good eating for an entire week. His simple, nontechnical explanations, large type for easy reading, plus helpful illustrations ensure that every reader will quickly and easily understand what Mr. Alexander believes to be the causes and effects of arthritis and learn how he proposes to obtain relief. In the thirty years since it was first published, Arthritis and Common Sense has become the best-selling book on arthritis ever written. And it will continue to be read by arthritis sufferers everywhere, because readers tell us this commonsense method works.
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|author||Alexander, Dale, 1919-|
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|display_description||A startling revelation on arthritisand what you can do about it in your own home. Here are the results of 12 years of research by the author, Dan Dale Alexander. In these pages an authority reports on his findings about the diseasehe lists successful steps, which can be taken to bring relief. Laboratory tests by the author developed a plan and a dietary regime, which have brought better health to arthritics and have caused their pains to disappear. The Science Editor of The New York Times has reported that arthritis is a lubrication problem. The Times said, in part, that while both cortisone and ACTH are still more precious than radium it is predicted that both are on the way out as far as arthritis is concerned. Unlike present "cures supposedly caused by costly miracle drugs, this book gives a complete outline of an inexpensive corrective diet which lubricates the patient's joints and returns arthritis to better health.|
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|record_details||hoopla:MWT12210518|eBook|eBook||English|Muriwai Books,|2018.|1 online resource, ils:.b10437976|Book|Books|1st Fireside ed.|English|Simon and Schuster,|1981.|viii, 255 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|subject_facet||Arthritis, Arthritis -- Diet therapy, Arthritis -- Diet therapy -- Recipes, Arthritis -- diet therapy, Electronic books|
|title_display||Arthritis and common sense|
|title_full||Arthritis and common sense / Dale Alexander, Arthritis and common sense [electronic resource] Alexander, Dale, 1919-|
|title_short||Arthritis and common sense|
|topic_facet||Arthritis, Diet therapy, Electronic books, diet therapy|