"This is an invaluable book not only for the reasons the authors state, but also as a fine guide to understanding how the body works—a factor that makes caring for one’s health understandable and meaningful. A valuable source for learning how to appreciate and care for the natural functions of the body and its blood."—Grady Harp, AMAZON TOP 100 REVIEWER
"Methodically explains everything you need to know about your blood, and instructs you in proven methods of cleansing and detoxifying your bloodstream with approaches that range from diets, to supplements, to medical treatments . . . a comprehensive and thoroughly 'reader friendly' instructional guide and manual."—Midwest Book Review - Margaret Lane, reviewer
Like most people, you probably get a blood test and keep your fingers crossed until the results come back. But while these tests focus on key components of your blood, they provide only a limited view of what’s going on in your body. Blood tests don’t tell you about heavy metals or unwanted pathogens that maybe coursing through your body. They don’t tell you how strong your immune system is or whether your cells are getting the nutrients they need. Only when something goes very wrong—and has possibly been going wrong for years—do your blood tests indicate a problem. What’s in Your Blood and Why You Should Care is the first book to provide a complete picture of the components that make up your blood, how your blood functions, and what you can do to improve the quality of your blood for greater health and longevity.
Consider this analogy: Your arteries, veins, and capillaries are underground tunnels. Your blood is a long train that runs through thousands of these tunnels. Every second, thousands of passengers climb aboard the train, and thousands get off at their designated stops. This train has one specific purpose: To sustain a single life—yours. What happens if the train slows down or speeds up? What happens if some passengers are dangerous characters who rob or kill other riders? What happens if some passengers miss their stops? When this occurs, you get sick—or worse. By understanding what is truly going on in your body, you will know how you can keep the train working properly and maintain the safety of its most important passengers.
Written in easy-to-understand language, What’s in Your Blood and Why You Should Care tells you everything you need to know about your blood and instructs you in proven methods of cleansing and detoxifying your bloodstream. From diets to supplements to medical treatments, it’s all there in this groundbreaking book.
Earl Mindell, RPh, PhD, is a registered pharmacist, master herbalist, and college educator. He is also an award-winning author of over twenty best-selling books, including Earl Mindell's New Vitamin Bible, which has sold over 11 million copies worldwide. Dr. Mindell was inducted into the California Pharmacists Association’s Hall of Fame in 2007, and was awarded the President's Citation for Exemplary Service from Bastyr University in 2012. He is on the Board of Directors of the California College of Natural Medicine, and serves on the Dean's Professional Advisory Group, School of Pharmacy, Chapman University. In addition to being a highly sought-after lecturer, he has appeared on numerous TV shows such as Good Morning America and the Late Show with David Letterman. He and his wife reside in Beverly Hills, California.
Gene Bruno, MS, MHS, is Professor of Nutraceutical Science and Provost of Huntington College of Health Sciences. Prof. Bruno has graduate degrees in both Nutrition and Herbal Medicine, and is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalists Guild. He also headed the team the developed a Doctorate program in Integrative Healthcare at Huntington. For 37 years Prof. Bruno has educated healthcare professionals and others in nutrition, herbal medicine and nutraceutical sciences. He has also written numerous articles on nutrition, herbal medicine, nutraceuticals and integrative health issues for many magazines and peer-reviewed publications. He is also the author of A Guide to Complementary Treatments for Diabetes.