(PRWEB) December 18, 2004
Our bodies endure more abuse during the holidays than any other time of year. The new book, Antidotes to Indiscretions, by Dr. Eugene Charles, gives simple ways to restore the balance of health after a night on the town or too much holiday cheer. It's full of tips, just in time for the holidays.
"The equation for health is very simple. Health is what you do for your body minus what you do to your body. The holidays always impact our already busy schedules and the lack of sleep, change in eating and drinking habits, put a strain on our bodies just to stay healthy", stated Dr. Charles.
Here are some simple remedies from Antidotes to Indiscretions:
Martinis and other alcoholic beverages are best served with Milk Thistle, Thiamine (B1) and Licorice and we don't mean the candy variety. Drinking takes a toll on the liver and these supplements help the liver metabolize the alcohol.
Grandpa Simpson knew how to restore his sexual prowess with an antidote found in the wild west, Sarsaparilla. This tonic and some other well kept secrets for men's sexual health and women's sexual health can keep your love life happy.
When it comes to coffee, Americans like cream. Less than a teaspoonful of olive oil not only cuts the bitterness of coffee; it helps the gall bladder and provides the smooth rich taste the cream provides.
For more healthful tips on everything from bruises to stress and sleep deprivation, Antidotes to Indiscretions is a fun and informative way to restore your health the natural way.
About Dr. Eugene Charles: Author, Speaker, and Teacher, Dr. Eugene Charles, DC DIBAK, http://www.charlesseminars.com has been practicing and teaching patients and medical practitioners restorative health treatments for 18 years. Founder of the Charles Institute, Dr. Charles has trained 100's of chiropractors, medical physicians and other diagnostic health providers techniques in applied kinesiology in a 100 hour post-doctorate certification course. He is the author of a number of books on living life from a thoughtful perspective and is available for interviews and speaking engagements. Please contact Maureen O'Crean at 310-379-9620 for more information or email, firstname.lastname@example.org
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