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MY NOT SO PERFECT LIFE

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A broken promise, a terrifying legacy


5 Colors To Better Health
Bill Releford

Your Guide To Being Fit, Focused, Faithful And Financially Secure...

Milligan Books
February 2009
On Sale: February 1, 2009
262 pages
ISBN: 0615271596
EAN: 9780615271590
Paperback
$19.95
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Self-Help Health

5 Colors to Better Health addresses the timely topic of health—obesity, hypertension disease, and the life-saving benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables. The toxic combination of poor eating habits, fast foods, and seeking health and vitality from expensive pills, tonics, or salves rather than simply eating the God-given healing elements provided in vegetables and fruits has led to tragic circumstances in our lives, the lives of our loved ones, and the life of our nation. Wake up, America!


Dr. Releford’s overwhelming mission is to see people live richer, fuller, and more productive lives. It’s possible if we begin making better food choices instead of feeding ourselves and our children greasy burgers, chips, and sodas. Listen to the words of wisdom coming to us across the centuries from the lips of Hippocrates: Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.


The 5 Colors Program is a simple low-keyed approach to adopting a better and healthier lifestyle—a radical challenge to modern wisdom and a new way of thinking. It’s a more holistic approach to wellness. Included are healthy cooking recipes.

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