Lake Tahoe, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2007
According to a recent documentary by a group of scientists put together by documentary-maker Martin Durkin, global warming may be a myth. But if people use earth-friendly vinegars, can it help to deal with global warming woes, if it really is the end of the world as we know it?
Cal Orey seems to think so. The health author and environmentalist reveals ways to use inexpensive vinegar, made from fermented apples and grapes, in her newly revised books: The Healing Powers of Vinegar and The Sky is Falling! (a new and differing eye-view on Earth's changing climate): http://www.calorey.com/theskyisfalling.html.
If you want to go green during climate chaos, according to Orey, use more vinegar. Mother Nature's all natural elixir can:
- Work as a natural appetite suppressant so if coastal flooding happens you can be in shape and run faster to higher ground;
- Reduce cholesterol, so if other natural disasters strike (i.e., Florida snowstorms to California twisters) you won't have a heart attack;
- Help prevent bone loss so if you fall during a glacier earthquake you'll be able to take a firm stand on whichever side of the global warming debate you decide to embrace;
- Slow the effects of aging so if the Earth's warming and cooling predicted catastrophes turn out to be false, you'll still be around to enjoy life;
- Reduce the severity and frequency of headaches so you can cope as the skeptics and alarmists argue about the reality of global warming;
- Provide an alternative to toxic household cleansers so you can protect edible fish to team in your vinegar-based heart-healthy Mediterranean diet.
After all, a healthy planet starts with a healthy you. Cal Orey's revised and updated book, The Healing Powers of Vinegar: A Complete Guide to Nature's Most Remarkable Remedy, Revised and Updated (Kensington, September 2006), and The Sky is Falling! A Global Warming Survival Guide (AuthorHouse, February 2007) co-authored by comic Mark Jabo may help both you, your children and their children in the years to come.
Cal Orey (who is a vinegar convert) is an accomplished author and journalist. More information can be found on this book (and interviews can be scheduled) at http://www.calorey.com.