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Mary D. Martino’s Health Advice Book Featured in National Book Event
Date:9/23/2013

ASHVILLE, N.C. (PRWEB) September 24, 2013

In “Natural Health: Alternatives and Prevention of Disease” (published by Trafford Publishing), which will be featured in the 2013 American Association of School Librarians National Conference and Exhibition, author Mary D. Martino educates readers about alternative approaches to dealing with health issues.

Martino wrote “Natural Health” with the goal of helping people who wanted guidance to deal with their health problems. The book teaches readers about living a healthier lifestyle, offering suggestions, tips and knowledge in an easy-to-follow format written in laymen’s terms.

An excerpt from “Natural Health”:

“A combination of our food, what we drink, and pollution of our environment, sedentary lifestyles, prescription, and OTC medications are truly making us obese and sick. Educating yourself about your body and how it works is a first step. Refuse to eat food that is loaded with unhealthy toxins, genetically altered, or meat from factory farms; shop at natural food stores when possible. When you have a health problem, choose an alternative health care provider or a doctor that will suggest an alternative method to a prescription drug. Then find out all about your disease or why something isn’t right. Take charge of your life. The basic principle of true healing consists of a return to natural habits in living; your body does know the difference.”

From November 14-17, “Natural Health” will be one of the books featured at the American Association of School Librarians 16th National Conference and Exhibition in Hartford, Conn. The event, which happens every two years, is the only national conference devoted solely to the needs of school librarians.

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