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by Naura Hayden

Download Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Energy, But Were Too Weak To Ask ePub
  • ISBN 0671420690
  • ISBN13 978-0671420697
  • Language English
  • Author Naura Hayden
  • Publisher Pocket; First Edition edition (April 3, 1981)
  • Formats rtf mobi azw txt
  • Category Self-Help
  • Subcategory Success
  • Size ePub 1499 kb
  • Size Fb2 1938 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 407


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I think it is interesting how books like this become popular when there are little to no facts to back up the content. Naura was very persistent on how yeast is necessary for a healthy lifestyle, yet nowadays it is not even a slight thought. Please, Don't take this the wrong way, I enjoyed reading this book, it was a comical gift from my friends for my 25th birthday.

Everything You've Always. has been added to your Cart. First of all, I hope people by now understand that nothing will work 100% of the time for all people. We are all different and must try different things as we go until we find what is right for our individual bodies. So with that disclaimer out of the way, here is what my experience has been. In 1989, my health was spiraling downward for no apparent reason.

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I highly recommend the book. If you want your energy back - read this book! It will help you!

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Arihelm
I first read this book about 30 years ago (or so), immediately went out and bought the ingredients for her 'magic milkshake' and started to make it and drink it on a regular basis. It's true what she said about starting out slowly with the Brewer's Yeast. You do have to start out slowly with an 8th of a teaspoon and gradually build up to two or three tablespoons. If you don't you will experience painful bloating and gas. That's the nature of yeast. I wanted instant 'feeling better' results but as with anything it does take time to build up. I got away from doing the work it takes to make sure you have the ingredients and actually make and drink the shake and have felt so run-down that I decided to try it again. I enjoyed the book the first time and am sure I will enjoy it again.
Dagdardana
I read this back in the 70s, and the energy shake recipe helped me a lot. It also led me to do a lot more research about how my body works and how to eat healthfully.

The perky, energetic tone makes this an easy volume on health to consume and then reap the benefits.

I had lost the book over the years and wanted to try the energy shakes again. Unfortunately this time around, I just can't seem to choke them down quite as gladly.

Still a ground-breaking book on health and energy, though.
The Rollers of Vildar
I read and followed the instructions back in the '70's and I've been searching for this. Glad I finally found it. I hope I can actually get back in shape following the info in this book!
Buriwield
Favorite book from the seventies
Nnulam
The book that I purchased was in perfect condition. I had been looking for this book for a long time and was thrilled to find it. Since it was an older book I was not expecting much but it was like new.
Cerekelv
My S.O. is always finding deals--one of her biggest pleasures is getting compliments on a sleek new stylish outfit that she paid $1.50 for at the Salvation Army--and she picks up free books when the library cleans out inventory.

A blast from the past, Naura Hayden's little book, dust-colored from the years, peeks out at me the other day in the SO's kitchen nook with that one magic word: Energy. Something we all want and often find wanting:

Power is everything. Power is everything. Without it they don't talk to us, they don't correct their trajectory, they don't turn the heat shield around...

-- John (Loren Dean), Apollo 13 NASA briefing

Energy is everything.

Naura gets right to it: she was ill, life wasn't going well, she had bad habits, her 30-something body was falling apart. Then after a doctor's visit and reading Let's Eat Right to Keep Fit by nutrition pioneer Adelle Davis, Naura fiddled around in the kitchen and came up with a simple, remarkably cheap energy drink:

Naura's Dynamite Milkshake

2 cups skim milk

1 tablespoon safflower

2 packets (or equivalent) sugar substitute

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Start the blender on low and add:

4 heaping tablespoons nutritional (or brewer's) yeast

4 heaping tablespoons powdered lecithin [1]

A simple calculation shows this basic formula for the killer milkshake will cost you approximately one Federal Reserve Note (FRN) per cup. Two cups' worth meets an average man's daily protein requirements and almost every nutritional need.

Qua early adopter, I've been using it for a couple of weeks now. Many bennies. Not only energy, but appearance I think, too: skin, hair. An additional major side benefit for me is that the cravings for high-glycemic-index foods and alcohol are diminishing... and I'm sleeping better. (!) ((I can also report some serendipity of meaningful coincidences, reminding

me of a Celestine Prophecy lesson.)

I know, so what? It's all anecdotal. But what's the downside of checking out something so inexpensive and obviously not bad for you?

In this book review, though, I want to make a couple of less direct points: 1) Naura[2] is an incredible woman who's love of life and valuable insights have helped millions and 2) oldies can still be goodies. I don't mean Naura either--she's still going strong at 75--just that the advice and cures of yesteryear are often superior to prime-time prescriptions.

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