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The Colon Cancer Diet
Do you or a loved one have a diagnosis of colon cancer? Did you know that changing your diet could lower your risk of dying of it even after you’ve been diagnosed?
When you finish this book I want you to be able to tell me, in one minute or less, how you should eat, exercise, and supplement to lower your risk of dying of colon cancer. If you can do that, please tell me and everyone else in a book review and on my website.
Joint Hypermobility Syndrome (Ehlers-Danlos) Causes and Treatments
As a child could you bend your fingers backward, but now it hurts just to write? Could you wrap your leg around your head, but now it hurts to walk? Have you been told it is genetic, and nothing can be done?
Dr. Maloney explores the causes of pain for those with hypermobility. Go beyond the genetic diagnosis to new and emerging treatment possibilities.
Helping Your NF1 Child: A parents’ Guide to Neurofibromatosis (NF1)
NF1 is a genetic disease that tells parents almost nothing about what to expect for their child. Some children live normal lives while others develop severe problems.
Dr. Maloney explores the varied landscape for NF1 children and simply explains for parents how to help, and perhaps even prevent, future symptoms.
Tending Your Internal Garden
Research on the inner world of human bacteria has exploded in the last decade. Instead of a few, domesticated bacteria, we’ve found a vast uncharted rain forest complete with species that existed when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Epic battles are being fought below your necktie or blouse, silently determining your health, weight, and maybe even your mood.
Your body is outnumbered ten-to-one by the bacteria that grow in you. Who are these strange creatures? Are they friend or foe? And how can you call a truce? Explore with Dr. Christopher Maloney, N.D. as he uncovers the strange splendor within and gives tips for how to keep the peace.
Your Car for Life: Basic Body Maintenance
Americans love their cars and hate their bodies. If we can begin to treat our bodies as well as we do our cars, then we can start to increase the average life expectancy, reduce overall obesity rates, and reduce our national dependence on prescription drugs.
Dr. Maloney wants to change how people view and treat their bodies. He uses an extended metaphor to relate how the crucial acts of preventive care and regular maintenance ar similar for both automobiles and the human body.
MD or ND What Should You Be?
Have you or someone you love thought about a career in medicine? Are they struggling with what career to follow? Dr. Maloney talks about what to expect, the good, the bad, and the weird, when you go conventional or alternative. Medical school? Very expensive. This book? Priceless.