Parkinson's: Hidden Truths. A Glimpse Into the Disease
“Parkinson’s Hidden Truths”
The Premier Guide for Understanding and Living with the Disease.
Every nine minutes, someone in America is diagnosed with Parkinson’s. Yet the disease largely remains a mystery – its causes vague, its diagnosis often delayed and made by process of elimination, the side effects of its treatment often confused as its symptoms.
Now comes “Parkinson’s Hidden Truths,” written not by a doctor or a science reporter but by a man who’s lived with the disease for years. Steven Keller shared his personal story of dealing with Parkinson’s, describes causes of and treatments for the disease, and examines how you still can lead a full life by adjusting to the disease’s physical and emotional strains. Included are the biological considerations, toxic means and an extensive section on the biological effects of diet that is valuable reading for anyone. The author has taken the complex scientific terms and definitions and transformed them into a medium that can be easily read and understood by all.
Whether you or a loved one suffers from Parkinson’s, “Parkinson’s Hidden Truths” is the most complete and inspiring guide for your new journey in life.
- Steven Keller, March 2014
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