Amazon's Bestseller "Dr. Bob's Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones" Set to Hit Stores July 2013

Dr. Bob’s, “The Drugless Doctor,” bestseller "Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones" has been updated with the latest research and indexed for optimized guidance. The Amazon sensation is set for release early July 2013.

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My goal is to effectively empower females with prevention and education strategies for optimal health and restoration; the desire to help has been tremendously accelerated with the intensification of health deficiencies...

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 19, 2013

Dr. Bob’s, “The Drugless Doctor,” bestseller "Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones" has been updated with the latest research and indexed for optimized guidance. The Amazon sensation is set for release early July 2013.

“The feedback we’ve received from the initial release in 2008 has been awe-inspiring. With the growth of patients alongside nationwide stemming interest, it was time to integrate fresh methodologies and tips to the book,” said author Dr. Bob. “My goal is to effectively empower females with prevention and education strategies for optimal health and restoration; the desire to help has been tremendously accelerated with the intensification of health deficiencies--it is crucial to take it to the next level.”

"Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones" takeaways are as follows;

Reverse heavy menstrual issues: The whole body is impacted by one’s personal lifestyle choices; including the monthly menstrual cycle. Heavy cycles fused with varying emotional fluctuations are not the norm. Ladies can reduce excess estrogen, the leading cause for heavy menses, by taking B vitamins and milk thistle to support estrogen clearing liver function. Dr. Bob’s ABC’s include ½ of a red apple, one third cup of beet fiber and one carrot supports optimal liver health.

Reignite the desire for sexual intimacy: Stress and lack of a healthy diet can impair adrenal gland function (the hormone’s backup gland), deterring one’s desire for sexual intimacy. Hormonal exhaustion commonly precipitated by the consumption of sugar and the exposure to food additives and toxins sabotage hormone creation which, in turn, diminishes the desire for sexual intimacy. To prevent libido deficiencies it is essential to eat organic green veggies, Omega 3 oils and protein to help sustain hormonal function.

Prevent osteoporosis: Osteoporosis is a frequent sequel for women going through menopause, this state can be triggered from both stress, which creates an acid pH cannibalizing minerals, and a refined food diet. Dr. Bob encourages regular exercise and avoiding sodas and sugars (deplete minerals). Focus on fresh green foods like raw or sautéed kale and Swiss chard or asparagus; add raw or roasted almonds and sesame seeds to boost calcium, an essential for spinal and skeletal structure.

Restore hormonal function without medication: With a whole food diet, a positive attitude and a logical wellness model, health challenges can be prevented and reversed. Dr. Bob’s time-tested natural restoration of thyroid and adrenal hormonal function has been guiding women for years to the desired levels of optimal endocrine health without hormone replacement therapy or bio-identical protocols.

"Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones" will be available for purchase in the beginning July 2013 on http://www.DruglessDoctor.com.

ABOUT DR. BOB
Dr. Robert De Maria better known as Dr. Bob, “The Drugless Doctor” is a globally renowned Natural Health Doctor who has dedicated his techniques to optimize the longevity and health of his patients. After witnessing the severity of conditions stemming from societal deficiencies, he has implemented an unprecedented mission to restore lives in a drugless manner, defended by research and real-life experience. Dr. Bob has authored seven books including the bestseller, “Dr. Bob’s Drugless Guide to Balancing Female Hormones,” developed a background teaching at a post-graduate level, and appeared on multiple international and national media programs such as ABC Family, TBN and WFAN NYC.


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