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The Natural Superwoman

The Scientifically Backed Program for Feeling Great, Looking Younger, andEnjoying Amazing Energy at Any

Reiss, M. D., OB/GYN, Uzzi, Yfat Reiss Gendell


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Paperback (11/13/2008)


The new health bible for women.

Women all over the world flock to Dr. Uzzi Reiss not only for his cutting-edge approach women's health, but also for his attention to their individual needs.

An expert in bioidentical hormone replacement therapy and other natural approaches to wellness, here Dr. Reiss brings his groundbreaking philosophy to readers everywhere, explaining how they can look and feel their best-and have the energy to get through their to-do list each day-by addressing four core wellness pillars.

As Dr. Reiss explains, to be a "natural superwoman" you don't need to spend endless hours in the gym, give up delicious food, or even take a plethora of expensive vitamins and supplements. Simple lifestyle changes are all women need to reach their maximum potential. Dr. Reiss dispels the myths about hormone replacement therapy with scientific evidence explaining how-if women choose to use them-natural hormones are safe and can have incredible benefits. But nutrition; mental, physical, and emotional activity; and ideal mood balance are three other equally important pillars to prepare a woman for the challenges she faces every day. The Natural Superwoman explains:

- which hormones can enhance energy, sexuality, and memory, heal dry skin, help sleep disorders, and eliminate night sweats;
- why women should take magnesium instead of calcium to guard against osteoporosis;
- what foods help promote sound sleep, weight loss, cardiovascular and bone health, energy, memory, relaxation, and much more; and<

This book offers accessible yet authoritative information from a physician with more than thirty years of experience understanding and working with the personal needs of women.

Avery, 9781583332856, 384pp.

Publication Date: November 8, 2007