Article #4: The Body Beautiful by Max Warmbrand, N.D., D.O.
If you are concerned with your physical appearance., it is important to know that it is only through intelligent living that you can mold a beautiful body and a charming personality.
The sheen of your hair, the smoothness of your skin, unblemished teeth, sparkling eyes, shapely ankles, a buoyant, youthful step—how easily they can be attained when you follow a healthful way of life.
Blotchy aging skin, tired eyes, coarse stringy hair, premature aging, and the weary step are not the inevitable marks of passing years; they are the deteriorating effects of wrong food, bad habits, emotional excesses, abuses of one sort or another.
You can be a charming, vivacious, radiant, and vital person at 70, or dull, bloated, worn out, and depleted at 30. It all depends on how alert you are to the needs of your body and how well you go about taking care of yourself.
The first step toward attaining the body beautiful is to turn to a good wholesome diet. The most valuable foods to help melt away fat or increase weight, smooth out wrinkles, beautify the skin, put life and lustre in the eyes and hair, are the raw fruits and the raw vegetables. These foods should be number one on your diet list.
Excerpted from The Encyclopedia of Natural Health
- 1. Introduction
- 2. Structure Of The Hair
- 3. Some Common Disorders
- 4. How To Care For The Hair
- 5. Establishing The Client-Practitioner Relationship
- 6. The McCarter Extended Detoxification Regimen
- 7. Questions & Answers
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