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This book was written by a woman who was actually healed naturally of fibroid tumors and is supported by a foreword written by a board certified doctor, obstetrician/
This book is unique in that it not only includes Faye Hardaway’s personal modern day account of walking in the shoes of the Biblical character “woman with an issue of blood” who had paid all she had for medical answers and was still left with the sometimes overwhelming challenge of trouble with her menstruation cycles due to fibroid tumors, but also includes what a strong faith that there has to be a better answer, specific changes in the diet and lifestyle can do.
Trying different approaches for herself, through trial and error, the author has found a healing approach resulting in uterine fibroid tumors twice releasing themselves naturally from her body, surprising doctors and other medical professionals. Although no one can possibly guarantee the exact same results for others, Faye Hardaway wrote Fibroid Tumors Healed Naturally: A Personal Journey Shared with Specific How-To’s to share generously with others what she has found and sincerely hopes women everywhere will be healed of this dis-ease.
The book includes a balanced approach to the subject, including
· Easy to understand educational information on the nature of the dis-ease (see actual pictures of what fibroid tumors look like)
· Women can find out what they might be eating that is contributing to fibroids
· An uncomplicated summary of traditional/surgical approaches
· Natural alternatives and how to find and use certain health foods. Recipes are included as a bonus.
· Also included in the book are positive daily affirmations
This book is recommended for those looking for a whole person (physical, psychological and spiritual) approach to healing fibroids.
Other excerpts from the book Fibroid Tumors Healed Naturally: A Personal Journey Shared With Specific How-To’s
“…The first doctor went on to tell me dutifully that most women have fibroids, including herself, and that, “You will have to have a hysterectomy.” She said that she has to have a hysterectomy, too, and will do it someday when she gets the time. This was the attitude I heard often, too often.”
“Sometimes we have to give up old belief systems that are no longer serving us, replacing such belief systems with something better.”
“…women learn to listen to your own wisdom…”
“…We used to have the art of sitting on the front porch and combing each others’ hair, shelling peas or whatever else occupied our hands as we shared our experiences and remedies. Since women have gone into the workplace, established professional careers and are many times the sole caregivers of children, our worlds have grown to be so fast-paced that we have forgotten to make time to talk with our friends.”
“…I personally joined a support group with women having the same challenge. Though you may choose not to join a support group at this time, let this book become your support.”