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eBook The Miracle Of Stevia: Discover the Healing Power of Nature's Herbal Sweetener ePub

by James A. May

  • ISBN: 0758202202
  • Category: Alternative Medicine
  • Subcategory: Fitness and Nutrition
  • Author: James A. May
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kensington (December 1, 2003)
  • Pages: 34
  • ePub book: 1843 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1245 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 539

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The Miracle Of Stevia: Discover the Healing Power of Nature's Herbal Sweetener by. James A. May, James A. Mays

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Through the power of persuasive advertising and clever marketing, we’ve . You may at first even be resistant to reading this book Then I discovered The Stevia Deception and that confirmed my decision to quit. I didn't realize how addictive it was until I quit either.

Through the power of persuasive advertising and clever marketing, we’ve been sold on the idea that stevia is a natural herbal sweetener that is not only harmless but even health-promoting. You may at first even be resistant to reading this book. As a stevia user I had a cautious reaction when I found out about this book. And I consider myself to be open minded. But when I learned that stevia could cause weight gain I am like the author who wanted to believe it was harmless. Then I discovered The Stevia Deception and that confirmed my decision to quit.

The circumstances surrounding this FDA approval of stevia reveal yet again the true .

The circumstances surrounding this FDA approval of stevia reveal yet again the true loyalties of the agency. In fact, the approval of stevia is paving the way for the banning of aspartame!

PDF The plant Stevia rebaudiana is mainly found in tropical and subtropical regions from western North America to South America. 35. Taylor L. The Healing Power of Natural Herbs.

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You’ve likely heard of Stevia, the popular sweetener that everyone seems to hail as the new healthy alternative to sugar. But is the hype justified? Let’s take a look. The stevia plant is a member of the daisy and ragweed family, also known as candyleaf, sweetleaf, and sugarleaf (scientific name Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni). It has been used for more than 1,500 years by the indigenous Guarani people of Brazil and Paraguay as a natural sweetener, medicine, and sweet treat.

Miracle Cures" is the breakthrough book that presents scientific evidence of the effectiveness of natural remedies, culled from the world's . Miracle Cures" will give herbal medicine a major boost in the minds of all Americans.

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From the book I learned that Mr. May has files of all his conversations with users of his stevia products indicating that they are not just to make things sweet. Various illnesses seemed to respond to the concentrated form of the plant, causing me to wonder if it isn't something unique to plants that are grown in organic, tropical soil that is contributing to it's beneficial qualities. Perhaps the stevia concentrate is providing the fulvic minerals that our depleted American soils so sorely lack? Or some other factor yet to be identified?

In any case, here are some of the healing actions reported in the book: restoring energy to those with low blood sugar, normalizing high blood sugar, normalizing high blood pressure, helping with weight control, resolving skin problems (acne, cancer?), improving immune response to colds/flu, overcoming tobacco addiction, and settling an upset stomach.

The book is written from the perspective of someone who has found something too good to keep to themselves even when it appeared to be impossible to overcome the obstacles in doing that. Mr. May is not a professional writer but the information is organized well, including an index that is fairly useful. Reading this book has helped in find healing for some of my own heath issues and I recommend it to anyone wanting to learn more about the history, the politics, or the uses of this sweet tasting plant.
Brazil Brazil
Used book in GREAT condition.. Love the story of stevia and thankful for Mr. May and what he went through to bring stevia to the USA.
Moronydit Moronydit
read this book at the library and knew I needed one. Stevia has a multitude of uses and is wonderful as a sweetener. this is completely natural and will NOT give you cancer. everyone should at least read this book!!
hulk hulk
great information!
Dianalmeena Dianalmeena
Best of the books --- great story and valuable information. Glad I ordered.
Gardagar Gardagar
Thank you Mr. James May for your research into Stevia, and for not letting the FDA intimidate you into giving up your quest to bring this wonderful sweetener to the U.S. from the jungles of Paraguay. The book goes into the very INTERESTING history of how Mr. May came to find Stevia, and finally bring it here. It is a plant that is 200 times sweeter than sugar, and has a glycemic index of '0', that means it doesn't stimulate your pancreas to produce insulin to level out your blood glucose, which causes cortisol to pour into your blood stream and result in weight gain. It is safe for Diabetics, and it is actually good for you, unlike Splenda and Nutrasweet, which are neuro-excitotoxins, causing seizures, headaches, blindness and on and on. Also, it's reported that people that use Splenda and Nutrasweet are putting on weight, thats because the GLYCEMIC INDEX on these toxins is "80"!!!!!!!!! Sugar is only '70', no wonder people are getting fatter the more diet coke they're drinking!!! Go to Mr Mays website, [...] and it gives you the run down on the G. index. You can also buy the Stevia there. He goes under the brand name of Wisdom of the Ancients, when you buy his, you know you're not getting junk, or immitations but only 'good for you' stevia. You can also hear his fascinating interview on thepowerhour.com, located in the archives. Dave and Joyce have a 3 hour daily talk show with cutting-edge guests that keep you informed and healthy. I couldn't put the book down.
Vivados Vivados
I have to say the part about the book I enjoyed the most was the personal struggle that James May had to overcome to get to where he is today. I loved reading all about the travels and findings of the sweet treat stevia. Thank-you James on writing such an informative, educational, inspiring story about reaching health and balance. It's time more people take matters into their own hands and stop sitting back while huge corporations take them for a ride. Read, research and find what it is that you beleive in and form your own opinion instead of just taking someone else's word. We need more educators in this world who are willing to put it all on the line to better this world by offering healthy, natural alternatives to the toxic, chemical, food coloring, preservative packed garbage that is on the shelves today. Great book, great writing, and great information. I am a huge stevia fan and love learning all about the the latest health buzz, I will be looking forward to another edition or future writings by James May.
This book could have benefitted from a ruthless editor who would have deleted the huge amount of text in christian religious allegory, the political punditry, the hyperbolic descriptions of this man's war with "the beast" and the juvenile, self-congratulatory prose. This book might have been about 50 pages instead of 278.

If James May wrote this book to gain popular and, ultimately, legal support for Stevia he should have hired a professional writer. If a second edition is planned, I'd advise him to consider doing just that because writing for the reader isn't one of his strong points.

I gave it two stars, instead of one, because there is some good information in there.