Books by Dr. Steven A. Bailey

The Fasting Diet Juice Alive Reluctant Healer
Reluctant Healer
Reluctant Healer: The Life & Times of Dr. Ralph Weiss, Edgar Cayce's Physician
by Steven Bailey.

Book Details
Paperback: 168 pages
Publisher: Square One Publishers
Pub. Date: March 2013
ISBN-10: 0757003826
ISBN-13: 978-0757003820

Synopsis

Before the mid-1930s, health care in America was composed of many approaches. There coexisted a diversity of medical schools, each addressing a different facet of the healing arts. Doctors could be trained in osteopathy, herbology, homeopathy, chiropractic, and naturopathy—the drugless sciences. For the vast majority of people, the choice of a practitioner was a matter of personal preference.

It was in the late 1930s that young Ralph Weiss was trained at the American School of Naturopathy in Manhattan, New York, under the guidance of Dr. Benedict Lust, the father of naturopathy.

Dr. Weiss was a quiet, unassuming individual with a healing gift and a unique story to tell. Now in his mid-nineties, he continues to work, but the account of his life and his practice as a drugless doctor is the history of modern naturopathy. His path has crossed many of the pioneers of the naturopathic movement, including Kellogg, Pfeiffer, Shelton, Lee, Bragg, Walker, and Howell, to mention just a few. Among the many patients he worked with was Edgar Cayce, the Sleeping Prophet. It was he who named Weiss his “reluctant healer.”

If it were not for an accidental meeting between the author and Dr. Weiss, perhaps this story would never have been told. Whether by accident or fate, here is a personal look at a life dedicated to helping others in the gentle art of using nature to heal.

Contents
Introduction

1. The Reluctant Healer
2. Looking Back
3. An Early Journey
4. Healing with the Spirit
5. The Windy City
6. Home at Last
7. Travels Afar
8. The Big Apple
9. A Full practice
10. The Good Life
11. Challenges
12. A Change in the Air
13. Lighting the Way

Conclusion

Index

Reluctant Healer can be ordered at Amazon.com or found in most bookstores.

Juice Alive
Juice Alive
by Steven Bailey, Larry Trivieri, Jr.

Book Details
Paperback: 258 pages
Publisher: Square One Publishers
Pub. Date: December 2006 (1 edition)
ISBN-10: 0757002668
ISBN-13: 978-0757002663
Book Dimensions: 8.9 x 6 x 0.8 inches

Juice Alive, the new book by Steven Bailey and Larry Trivieri Jr. was released in December of 2006.

Here’s what Gabriel Cousens, M.D. says about Juice Alive:
“It is the best book I have seen on the subject in our current medical literature.”

Synopsis

It's a fact--the juice of fresh fruits and vegetables provides a powerhouse of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and enzymes. With just a single glass of juice daily, you can heal, nourish, and protect your body safely and naturally. The trick, of course, is knowing which juices can best serve your individual needs. In this interesting and easy-to-use guide, health experts Dr. Steven Bailey and Larry Trivieri, Jr. tell you everything you need to know to maximize the health benefits and tastes of juice.

The book begins with a unique look at the long and fascinating history of juicing, from Hippocrates to hip juice bars. It then examines the many components that make fresh juice truly good for you--good for weight loss, for renewed energy, for mental clarity, and so much more. Next, it next offers practical advice about the various types of juices available, as well as buying and storing tips for fruits, veggies, and herbs. The second half of the book begins with an important chart that matches up a host of ailments with the most appropriate juices. This is followed by over 100 delicious juice recipes. Also included is a juice cleansing regime and beauty aid program.

If you've never juiced before, let Juice Alive introduce you to a world bursting with the exciting tastes and incomparable benefits of fresh juices.

Contents
Introduction

Part One: The Art of Juicing
1. Why Juice?
2. History of Juicing
3. Powerful Nutrition
4. How to Juice
5. Juicing and Healthy Eating
6. Healthy Smoothies and Tonics
7. The Juicing Fast
8. Juicing and Beauty

Part Two: Juice Recipes for Health Disorders
A-Z Listing of Common Disorders and Juice Remedies

Conclusion

Juice Conversion Tables
References
Resource List
About the Authors
Index

Juice Alive can be ordered at Amazon.com or found in most bookstores.

The Fasting Diet
The Fasting Diet
by Steven Bailey

Book Details
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: McGraw_Hill
Pub. Date: September 2001 (1 edition)
ISBN-10: 0658011456
ISBN-13: 978-0658011450
Book Dimensions: 8.8 x 6 x 0.3 inches

Synopsis

A medically sound way to relieve common ailments, such as allergies and digestive complaints

Fasting--going for short periods of time without certain types of foods--is gaining more attention for its ability to detoxify the body, strengthen the immune system, promote healing, and lead to heightened emotional awareness and clarity. Presented by an expert in the field, The Fasting Diet is a medically sound and risk-free approach that will allow you to achieve all of the benefits of fasting without endangering health or drastically altering your lifestyle.

Contents
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1. The Forgotten Secret
2. The Human Body
3. Healthy Choices, Personal Empowerment
4. The Awakened Spirit
5. Fasts for All Reasons
6. Dr. Bailey's Five-Day Power Fast
7. Simply Nutritious
8. Helpful Additions to Your Fast
Epilogue Beyond the Fast

Appendix A Enemas, Problems, and Options
Appendix B Naturopathic Medicine
Endnotes
Bibliography
Index

The Fasting Diet can be ordered at Amazon.com or found in most bookstores.


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