How does our environment impact our health? And what can we do about it?
A doctor with over 30 years of experience explains how our environment affects our health and provides a nine-step action plan to help with fibromyalgia, IBS, and other conditions
Not so long ago, canaries were used to detect carbon monoxide in coal mines. Today, a staggering number of people suffer because of toxins and chemicals that surround us in the modern world. Dr. John Molot, in his work over three decades, has treated more than 12,000 patients with environmentally linked illnesses.
In this book, Molot explains how the environment contributes to the development and progression of many common conditions and illnesses, including chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and other pain disorders, chemical sensitivity, irritable bowel syndrome, allergies and asthma, diabetes, autistic spectrum disorder, and even obesity. And offers an action plan that will make a positive impact on our health and the health of our children.
“Compelling and well-written, this is a solidly researched, detailed explanation of the causes and effects of numerous modern health issues … It’s possible to skip straight to the treatment plan, but it would be a shame, considering how persuasive, fascinating, and often mind-blowing Molot’s case is.” — Publishers Weekly
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Dr. John Molot graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Medicine in 1971. For the past 30 years he has focused his practice on chronic illnesses linked to environmental conditions and has become a leader in the field of environmental medicine in Canada. He works in the Environmental Health Clinic at Women’s College Hospital, which is affiliated with the University of Toronto, and provides workshops for the Canadian College of Family Physicians.
Published: June 2014
Dimensions: 6 x 9 in.
“Compelling and well-written, this is a solidly researched, detailed explanation of the causes and effects of numerous modern health issues … It’s possible to skip straight to the treatment plan, but it would be a shame, considering how persuasive, fascinating, and often mind-bowing Molot’s case is.” — Publishers Weekly