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HOW TO STAY HEALTHY FOREVER

America is facing a health-care revolution. 55% of Americans, dissatisfied with medicine as usual, are now looking to natural, preventative techniques to help solve their health problems. What is the solution to this health-care crisis?

Authors Dr. Kumuda Reddy and Stan Kendz answer this important question in a their book on natural medicine entitled Forever Healthy: Introduction to Maharishi Ayur-Veda Health Care. They describe a wiser, more fundamental way to improve your health. In clear and simple language they explain age-old principles of health and healing. The book contains easy-to-understand explanations of the theory and practices of Maharishi Ayur-Veda, comparisons with conventional treatments, and plenty of practical advice on diet and life-style for use at home. " The aim of this medical system is to help people to help themselves," says Dr. Reddy.

The authors present Maharishi Ayur-Veda as a natural, common-sense system of medicine that focuses on prevention. "These treatments enliven your own inner intelligence and allow you to heal from within," says Kendz. "Your inner intelligence is the same intelligence that orchestrates and governs the whole universe," says co-author Dr. Reddy. " The simple secret of staying ‘forever healthy’ is to enliven your inner intelligence and live a balanced life in accord with natural law."

Ayur-Veda is the oldest and most widely used medical system in the world. It has been revived in recent years by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and is now enjoying a global renaissance as people increasingly seek to avoid the expensive and often damaging side-effects of conventional medicine. Scientific research has shown that regular use of Maharishi Ayur-Veda can reduce health care costs by as much as 78%. "This has huge implications not only to individual health but to the national health care system as a whole," says Kendz.

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