some sound advice
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Posted by Kyriaki on Apr 06, 2013
however my gripe with Michael Murray is how much he has cashed in on his reputation since writing the Encyclopaedia of Natural Medicine or being on Oprah or some such. Once a major opponent of using fish oils as a source of omega 3 (see book: he repeatedly advises using flaxseed instead ), since attaching his name to the bottle of the same , he has become one of their staunchest supporters. Contradictions discourage me. Nonetheless, all reading is worthwhile as it usually leads to some light-bulbs flashing and everything can be cross referenced if you devote some time.
Nothing new or special and full of in-your-face advertising.
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Posted by Leione on Apr 20, 2014
This book does have some valid points, but they're nothing new or special and come with a whole lot of not-so-subtle advertising. Definitely not a book I would recommend. Well, at least, it was free.
Posted by 4627568956996019239 on Apr 22, 2014
it helps a bit...
Good Tips to cope
Posted by 5588468262247787396 on Jul 26, 2014
Posted by odereviews on May 30, 2013
If you wish to learn about how to get a good night's sleep, help from natural products, stress etc. this book gives you some basic tips and info. Plenty on PGX product stuff mixed in. To me that just takes a way credibility about the whole book.