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BOOK REVIEW: Staying Alive in Toxic Times

Wednesday November 3, 2021
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Did you know that chemical residues and toxins build up in our homes during winter, because we don't open the windows?

In Staying Alive in Toxic Times, A Seasonal Guide to Longlife Health medical doctor, qualified nutritionist and lecturer Dr Jenny Goodman, draws on her 20+ years experience to look at the common challenges impacting our modern lifestyles.

How is our 21st century environment making it harder for our bodies to absorb nutrients? Should we eat the same foods all year round? Are there certain nutrients we might be lacking in certain months?

Dr Goodman answers these questions, and also takes a deeper look at both indoor and outdoor environmental - and the toxins commonly found in household products and cosmetics.


 

Book Cover Staying Alive in Toxic Times

 


Dr Goodman lays out:


  • How to select effective supplements to support your diet.
  • What really works in terms of detoxing the body.
  • Ways to cut through the confusing myriad of diet and healthy eating fads.
  • Make positive changes to our own personal environments

Packed with practical tips, Dr Goodman sets out in the book how to adapt our diet and lifestyles according to the seasons and better manage seasonal health issues such as hay fever and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) and also to make positive changes to our own personal environments.


 

Dr Jenny Goodman

 


About the author


Dr Jenny Goodman is a qualified medical doctor and practitioner of Ecological Medicine.


She has specialised in Nutritional and Environmental Medicine for the last 20 years.


Jenny has lectured extensively, to other doctors, practitioners of alternative medicine, and to the general public.

 

Staying Alive in Toxic Times, £12.99 is available from your local specialist health food store.

 

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The information contained in this article is not intended to treat, diagnose or replace the advice of a health practitioner. Please consult a qualified health practitioner if you have a pre-existing health condition or are currently taking medication.

 

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