Examining the over use of modern medicine and how your body can heal itself.
'Read this breakthrough book!' Deepak Chopra
Throw away your statins, painkillers and antidepressants and pick up this book to find out how you can harness the body's natural powers to heal itself.
DOCTOR YOU contains the first hard scientific evidence to show that some so-called alternative or natural treatments are not only cheaper than industrially produced drugs and lacking the harmful side effects, they are also equally effective.
Written using the latest, high quality, conventional evidence DOCTOR YOU arms you with knowledge that will empower you to make the right choices about what drugs to take, what drugs to give your children, and when you should let your body do its thing.
Jeremy Howick reveals the science behind self- healing. Read this book! - Deepak Chopra
Dr. Howick provides an accessible and thoughtful explanation of what it means to be healthy and how modern health care can lead us astray. Through engaging storytelling, he weaves together a vast body medical science, fascinating psychological research, and philosophical insights about mind and body. An ambitious and integrative book that is perfect if you are looking to intelligently navigate the maze of modern health care. - Ty Tashiro, Author of The Science of Happily Ever After
Jeremy Howick shines a powerful light on the conscious mind that recognises its own innate healing power. He uses clean scientific evidence to validate the mind-body connection and shows in an inspired and simple-to-understand way how conscious and positive thinking can augment the inner healing intelligence of the body thus transforming health and wellbeing. This is a must read for all who wish to take responsibility for their health and who wish to participate in their wellbeing. - Raoul Goldberg, From Esalen, author of Addictive Behaviour the Struggle for Freedom
Jeremy is a very intelligent thinker and writer about medicine. - Sir Muir Gray, Author of Sod 70
Jeremy Howick knows placebos and how to make it understandable to the public