An Alphabet of Good Health in a sick world
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An Alphabet of Good Health
An Alphabet of Good Health in a Sick World
New Medicine Press
359 pages, soft cover

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"An Alphabet of Good Health in a Sick World" is an impressive and comprehensive look at the dangerous world we live in. Extremely well-organized and written with a voice of authority and experience, the book discusses a myriad of subjects that can have an extreme impact on our wellbeing. I'm normally a skeptic, especially when it comes to alternative medicine, but by the end, I found myself rethinking my opinions on a number of things. The language is easy to understand. You'll be rethinking that burger and soda for lunch after only the first chapter!"
— Vicki Landes for Reader Views (1/11)
Reader Views

Doris Rapp, M.D."When you have two powerhouses of practical knowledge and medical expertise combine forces, you end up with a book such as this. When you know you are ill and do not know what to do or where to turn, simply turn the pages of this book. The answers are there." — best selling author Doris J. Rapp, M.D.

"Congratulations on this outstanding book. It desperately needs to be read and used to practice real healthcare by every M.D." — Martin Plotkin, MD, MD(H), Saint Charles, IL

Natural Awakenings"An Alphabet of Good Health in a Sick World provides a thorough description of the specific dangers lurking around us that can wreak havoc upon an individual's health. Alarmingly, many are not publicized because there's no company or organization that has a vested interest in promoting them. ... I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in enjoying better health and wellness." [Read the entire review from Natural Awakenings, January 2011 issue] — by Eric Sells

5 stars
"This book might save your life. Much of what was in her book this writer had read about before in other places, but she covers in one book the reasons for many of the chronic diseases that ail thousands of us in the United States.

According to Dr. Grout, there are numerous things in our world today that are not good for us, among them are electromagnetic fields, fluoride in our city water supply, amalgam fillings, and processed foods. And they are causing chronic illnesses; but the popular press has not informed us. You have to really dig for this information, or you can read about it in Dr. Grout's book.

In the first part of the book, she covers what she calls the three pillars: food, chemicals, and electromagnetic energy. Even if you do not read any farther than this section, you will be able to make more informed choices in the future. In the second part of the book, she covers the causes of twenty different chronic diseases in detail. This writer feels that the sections in the second part of the book on cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis are the most important since these dreaded diseases seem to affect so many people. What she has to say will truly surprise you. Really.

Her approach in treating patients is to educate them to avoid the things that cause these diseases or to advise them on proper nutrition, not simply "to put a band-aid on" the problem by prescribing medications that have side effects. What she writes about is not simply her opinion. She cites numerous medical studies and papers at the end of each chapter that validate what she has to say. There are several references to web sites in the text that I also found very informative.

This writer believes this would be an important read for parents of small children. Once you realize the harmful ingredients that are in household chemicals that children are exposed to, or the sinister ingredients found in processed foods, you will want to protect your family by eliminating these hazards.

The book is very well written, with no grammatical or spelling errors. But most important, it is written in a manner that does not require a medical degree to understand." — by Nieman [Read all reviews from]