The Awakened Woman: Healing from a Culture of Disease eCourse

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According to a monumental new study, 1.3 million U.S. women have been unnecessarily treated for breast cancer in the past 30 years. This alarming statistic illustrates a disturbing trend within the mainstream medical establishment concerning the overdiagnosis and mistreatment of women go. The Awakened Woman E-Course combines practical strategies for healing and disease prevention with the latest scientific research and explores a new, wellness-based vision of medicine and self-empowerment

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This course is a must for those who wish to take back control of their health, or that of their loved ones.

Sayer Ji, founder of Greenmedinfo and co-author of The Cancer Killers will explore natural alternatives to the most common and misunderstood issues facing women's health including:

* The #1 Hidden Health Problem Facing Women
* Why Dieting Is The Wrong Approach To Losing Weight
* How Breast Screenings Create Millions of Cancers
* Why The Experts Are Totally Wrong About Osteoporosis
* 5 Cancer Fighting Foods Every Woman Should Know About
* Understanding “Healthy Aging” and “Longevity-Promoting” methods
* The Hidden Dietary Cause of Many Autoimmune Diseases
* Natural Pregnancies: Dispelling the Myths
* Natural Hormone Support, Focusing On Root Causes Instead of Replacement

Greenmedinfo.com's Women's Health Guide

ALL PARTICIPANTS WILL RECEIVE A FREE E-BOOK - a $29.95 value!

The Essential GreenMedInfo.com's Women's Health Guide covers fundamental problems and innovative solutions associated with Breast Health, Bone Health, Aging, Osteoporosis and Hormone Health

About the instructor:

Sayer Ji is the founder of Greenmedinfo.com (the world’s largest, open access, evidence based research site for natural substances) and the co-author of The Cancer Killers: The Cause is the Cure.

He has written, researched and lectured extensively on women's health issues. His writings and research have been published in the Wellbeing Journal, the Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, and have been featured widely on the internet, including Mercola.com, NaturalNews.com, Reuters.com, GaryNull.com, and Care2.com.

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