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Spira Speaks: Dialogs and Essays on the Mucusless Diet Healing System Volume 1, 2, & 3


English | 18 Nov. 2014 | ISBN: 0990656411 | 334 Pages | AZW3 | 1.83 MB

Presented as a series of compelling dialogues and essays, Professor Spira's new book reveals the power of adopting a lifestyle that is free from foods that create excess mucus and pus. Having used the concept to radically change his own life, the charismatic author is now sharing his story and blueprint with the world.At the age of 19, Professor Spira was 280lbs and suffering from a string of health problems including chronic migraines, frequent ear infections and acid reflux. However, after being acquainted with someone who had harnessed the power of Arnold Ehret's Mucusless Diet Healing System, Prof. Spira knew that it was his only hope.After losing 110lbs, eradicating his health problems and discovering a positive new lease on life, Spira is releasing a new book of dialogues and essays; set to share the power of the diet with the world. Spira Speaks: Dialogs and Essays on the Mucusless Diet Healing System imparts the information by connecting it to the author's own inspiring story.

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