Reviewer Conny Withay:Operating her own business in office management since 1991, Conny is an avid reader and volunteers with the elderly playing her designed The Write Word Game. A cum laude graduate with a degree in art living in the Pacific Northwest, she is married with two sons, two daughters-in-law, and three grandchildren.
Author: Cherie Calbom,
“Making healthy choices for your mind, body, and spirit can limit the negative and toxic effects certain stressors have on you. Living a healthy lifestyle and having a well-balanced plan in place will put you ahead of the curve,” Cherie Calbom explains in the conclusion of her book, The Juice Lady’s Remedies for Stress & Adrenal Fatigue.
Author of over twenty books on health, she targets this one hundred and thirty-six page small paperback toward individuals looking for a more wholesome, organic, and healthy choice of eating and living that will reduce stress and adrenal fatigue.
After an introduction about her own illnesses of chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia along with being brutally attacked, there are eight chapters devoted to health-minded remedies with a conclusion and notes.
The chapters involve stress and food, control issues, chronic illnesses, living foods for vitality and inner peace, choosing healthy accessories in food diets, food meal planning, tips for making juices and smoothies, and recipes.
Stating that one should pray when they feel out of control and stressed out, the author reiterates that healthier eating choices can overcome illness, improve health, and provide a longer life. Not only are suggested lists regarding binging, plans of eating better, and factors of stress inducers, symptoms of adrenal fatigue, cautions on microwaving food, daily recommended dosages of vitamins and nutrients, and almost fifty food recipes are in the chapters.
More detailed topics include seven steps to overcome stress eating, how to restore adrenals, shopping for living foods, foods to avoid completely, and must haves in kitchen equipment. Recipes range from ten soups and ten dehydrated dishes to seven main course meals and twenty-two drink concoctions.
In addition to explaining the difference between chronic fatigue syndrome and adrenal fatigue, there is a two-page simple sample diet along with a website to receive a free newsletter, join a retreat, or schedule a nutritional consultation with other books for sale.
Similar to another book by the writer, much of this information is duplicated and condensed into this pocket-size book that can quickly be referenced for general information. It appears to be the kind of read you pick up at a store’s cash register, perhaps to later buy the more complex version.
Thanks to the author and Bostick Communications for furnishing this book in exchange for a review of the reader’s honest opinion.