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How to Live with Hypoglycemia Charles Weller, M.D. and Brian Richard Boylan Edited by Marlys J. Waters
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781985282735
Preface by Marlys J. Waters Hypoglycemia is the opposite of diabetes – too little sugar in the blood. Its symptoms are: overall fatigue, nervousness, sharp hunger, trembling, rapid heartbeat, dizziness and headache. Unlike diabetes, hypoglycemia is not a chronic disease that requires lifelong care. It is, in fact, correctable by a change in diet or, when it is caused by a diseased organ (such as the liver or pancreas), by treating that part of the body. Little is known about the nature of hypoglycemia, although physicians do agree that it can be triggered by emotional stress. Perhaps this accounts for the popularity of the disease among self-diagnoses, especially those in the hi-stress ...
Pure White and Deadly, How Sugar is Killing Us and What We Can Do to Stop It John Yudkin Marlys J. Waters, Editor
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781986619967
. . .In the 1960s, Dr. John Yudkin, a UK nutritionist, conducted research into the deleterious effects of sugar. In 1972, he published "Pure, White and Deadly" showing that sugar and carbohydrates – not fat increased the risk for heart disease in rodents, chickens, rabbits, pigs and students. Sugar also raised insulin levels, linking it directly to type-2 diabetes. . . .However the World Sugar Research Organization described the book as “science fiction.” A concerted vilification campaign discredited Dr. Yudkin, whose career never recovered. He died, in 1995, a disappointed man. In 2009, Dr. Yudkin’s work finally was acknowledged as “prophetic” by Dr. Robert Lustig, a professor of pedi ...
The Vigilante of Nemaha, Iowa One Woman’s Crusade to Protect a Small Town Marlys J. Waters
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781539793618
This book is based on the actual arrest of author Marlys J. Waters on September 24, 2016 at age 71 during a verbal altercation with county law enforcement in the small town of Nemaha,Sac County, Iowa where she grew up. The circumstances are so ridiculous that Marlys had trouble controlling laughter mixed with rage while trying to explain what had happened and what the solution should be. Because there was no accident and the hazardous conditions that led to her near head-on collision were deemed legal, a Sac County Deputy Sheriff tried to close the case. Marlys disagreed to ignoring a situation that put Nemaha resident's lives in danger due to an unnecessary obstacle placed on a ...
United We Stand, How We Can take back Our Country Ross Perot Marlys J. Waters, Editor
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ISBN: 9781727856217
This book eventually had an affect on the 1992 Presidential election. Bush had a huge lead over the relative unknown Democratic governor from Arkansas, Bill Clinton, whose administration had been filled with scandals of every variety. Then Ross Perot and UNITED WE STAND arrived on the scene and everything changed in a moment. Unlike Ralph Nader in 2000 who never was a real threat to either Al Gore or George W. Bush, Perot really did cause Bush to loose the 1992 election while Perot captured almost 19% of all votes cast. UNITED WE STAND is the book that ended up forming the foundation for Perot's campaign and also for the now defunct United We Stand Party.
Vermont Folk Medicine Dr. D. C. Jarvis Marlys J. Waters, Editor
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ISBN: 9781983723353
Good Down-To-Earth Horse Sense! Fascinating revelations about the beliefs and lore of folk medicine and the miraculous secrets of nature that Vermonters have discovered and passed down from one generation to another. Dr. Jarvis's purpose in writing this book is to bring knowledge and understanding of the nature and uses of folk medicine. "Vermont folk medicine has much to give those who reject as inevitable the specter of physical impairment and weakness, and who prefer instead to plan to be strong and free from disease to the very end of their days.