Item description for The Great Physician's Rx for 7 Weeks of Wellness Success Guide by Jordan Rubin...
Overview In this study guide, Rubin walks readers through seven keys to achieve good daily health habits--not only for the disease-ridden, but also for anyone desiring to live an abundant life of health and wellness.
Expanding beyond the solely nutritionally based information in his former book, The Maker's Diet, Jordan Rubin will take readers through a comprehensive look at their body and their health in The Great Physician's Rx for Health and Wellness Study Guide. In this study guide, Rubin will walk readers through 7 Keys to achieve good daily health habits-not only for the disease-ridden, but also for anyone desiring to live an abundant life of health and wellness.
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Studio: Thomas Nelson
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.98" Width: 6.12" Height: 0.36" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date Feb 1, 2006
Publisher Thomas Nelson
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 1418509345 ISBN13 9781418509347
Availability 0 units.
More About Jordan Rubin
Jordan S. Rubin is the founder and chairman of the Garden of Life wellness company. The author of numerous health books, including Patient Heal Thyself, Restoring Your Digestive Health, and the New York Times best seller The Makers Diet, he has been featured on Good Morning America, NBC Nightly News, Fox and Friends, Inside Edition, USA Today, and Newsweek. He lives in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, with his wife, Nicki, and family. Brasco is on staff at a gastroenterology practice.
Jordan Rubin currently resides in West Palm Beach West Palm Be.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Great Physician's Rx for 7 Weeks of Wellness Success Guide?
Use some Common Sense.... Dec 16, 2006
Reviewer Dan, You really shouldn't comment on something that you Obviously haven't read (Rubin's books) and that which you know nothing about (the quality of nutritional suppliments). Rubin's books are good old fashioned common sense and not just Fad diet books. And common sense is something you obviously lack. And you have no basis for saying that his reputation is fading-so this site sells the book cheap-it's an older book, so what? I have been using his products and advice for the last 3 years and am now showing no signs of the cancer I had and I used all alternative medicine, mainly his products. Maybe you would have a better outlook if you took his suppliments and followed the advice in his books. So educate yourself or please don't mislead others from something that could make a major difference in their quality of life!
Dan....brother, oh my. Jun 27, 2006
The Great Physician is God. He designed our bodies, told us how to care for them and gave us all that we need to provide for them. His instructions are in the Bible. Jordan Rubin is the guy who put into phrasing that we can understand in today's world. Before you start bashing someone, why don't you do a little research and find out correct information. By the way, God loves you anyway.
Reviewer "dan" is confused. Feb 28, 2006
Rubin is NOT refering to himself in the title of his book, nor would he ever use this title for himself. Most people with even a minimal education in literature know that the reference is to Jesus Christ, who has been called The Great Physician throughout written history because of His healing miracles recorded in the Scriptures.
Rubin bases his health guidelines on Biblical information, and understands the importance of not just physical health, but mental and spiritual health as well. I have read all of his books and found them to be extremely valuable, and recommend them to everyone I know.
I also utilize his supplements, and have found them to be some of the best available today. Just remember, you get what you pay for. I for one, would prefer to spend money to stay healthy now, rather than end up with huge medical bills someday.
It also bears mentioning, that many people are spending hundreds of dollars every month on supplements which are touted to cure what ails you, but end up being flushed down the sewer pipes in millions of homes each day because the supposed nutrients contained in them do not have the bioavailability to be absorbed into the bloodstream.
Check out the sports nutrition stores, you know which ones I mean, and see how much they are charging for these products. You will find that for those who know that the average multivitamin supplement is useless, and are looking for something better, Rubin's products are not more expensive than these sports nutrition brands, which unfortunately are not that much better than grocery store vitamins. Do yourself a favor and try them before you decide. Your body will make the decision for you.
The Great Physician? Feb 25, 2006
Who is Rubin referring to? Certainly not himself. He's a naturopath (which is fine) but is also accredited by a company that gives one a "C.N.C" certificate after answering multiple choice questions and of course sending in their $150. All his books are the same: designed to sell his extremely overpriced and questionable supplements. He's a master marketer, but ceratinly not a Great Physician. And his reputation is fading fast. All one needs to do is look at the this site page for his first book "Patient, Heal Thyself", where it's selling for just over a dollar...