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Well Being Journal Magazine

(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year Well Being Journal is dedicated to publishing cogent, concise, expert information about natural ways to prevent and heal illnesses and reverse aging. We herald the integration of medicine with physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of health. We publish well substantiated feature articles and research notes covering those subjects as well as personal stories of healing—and we’ve been doing so for 20 years!

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Well Being Journal  |  July/August 2015  


Our new July/August 2015 issue features an important article by Alvin Danenberg, DDS, about a protein called Nrf2 that helps genes function in ways that increases antioxidant activities within cells, improves mitochondrial function, and assists with the excretion of organic pollutants and heavy metals—and it’s stimulated by nutrient dense foods. In “Pesticides and Children’s Health,” Andre Leu, president of IFOAM, presents research showing that pesticide exposure is linked to many diseases including cancer; he calls for an end to toxic agricultural practices at least in order to protect children. Sally Norton writes about certain foods, such as almonds and spinach, which, if overused, can be the cause of pain and disease for some individuals. She discusses why and when certain of these foods can be harmful due to their high content of oxalic acid. Then, a wonderful personal story by Bailey O’Brien describes a journey of healing naturally from inoperable melanoma. Read also a fascinating intuitive energy healer’s perspective on obsessive thoughts and self-love; a recipe for a natural deodorant; communicating to relate vs. control; healthy reasons to unroll your yoga mat, and so much more.
Well Being Journal is dedicated to publishing cogent, concise, expert information about natural ways to prevent and heal illnesses and reverse aging. We herald the integration of medicine with physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and social aspects of health. We publish well substantiated feature articles and research notes covering those subjects as well as personal stories of healing—and we’ve been doing so for 20 years!
The Journal also publishes research as well as personal and clinical experiences about the nutritional and natural healing and prevention of illnesses, including arthritis, cancer, cardiovascular or heart disease, diabetes, Lyme disease, Alzheimer’s/dementia and much more. Regarded as a treasure trove by subscribers, the Journal, with 52 pages each issue, provides healthy, fascinating reading cover-to-cover.
Be forewarned! By reading the Journal you might just live with greater health and happiness. Perhaps you will enjoy giving the Journal a try. Our $1.99 app includes one complimentary issue of the Journal. It’s our truly genuine hope that you might just delightfully discover reading the Journal will help you live a healthier, happier, longer life!
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Well Being Journal magazine subscription.

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Fabulous - very informative and interesting. It makes you think about prescribe medications and the effect on our health. Recommend to anyone.
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Well Being Journal   |   July/August 2015   


Our new July/August 2015 issue features an important article by Alvin Danenberg, DDS, about a protein called Nrf2 that helps genes function in ways that increases antioxidant activities within cells, improves mitochondrial function, and assists with the excretion of organic pollutants and heavy metals—and it’s stimulated by nutrient dense foods. In “Pesticides and Children’s Health,” Andre Leu, president of IFOAM, presents research showing that pesticide exposure is linked to many diseases including cancer; he calls for an end to toxic agricultural practices at least in order to protect children. Sally Norton writes about certain foods, such as almonds and spinach, which, if overused, can be the cause of pain and disease for some individuals. She discusses why and when certain of these foods can be harmful due to their high content of oxalic acid. Then, a wonderful personal story by Bailey O’Brien describes a journey of healing naturally from inoperable melanoma. Read also a fascinating intuitive energy healer’s perspective on obsessive thoughts and self-love; a recipe for a natural deodorant; communicating to relate vs. control; healthy reasons to unroll your yoga mat, and so much more.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Well Being Journal magazine print subscription.
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