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Although Jan de Vries finds himself too young for an autobiography, many of his friends and patients have pushed for it. A Step At A Time recounts de Vries' amazing journey so far, beginning with his upbringing in Holland - during which he experienced the 'hunger winter' of 1944 - and charting the development of his amazing 40 year career, throughout which he earned a reputation as an enduring guru of alternative medicine.This gripping and highly entertaining book reveals much about the man and why so many turn to him in his role as a respected homeopathic doctor. Whether it is royalty, film stars, sportsmen or the general public, his clinics are all greatly overbooked, making it difficult at times to get an appointment with him. What is the secret of 'the man with the x-ray eyes', who he sees many things that others do not. Is this an extra sense, intuition, or just the experience of over 40 years of dealing with people medically? In almost 40 books written by him in his life so far, de Vries has shared a great deal of his knowledge with the world, which he has gathered by himself via independent research, and through consultation with his great teachers. However, in A Step At The Time, he reveals some of the secrets that people have always wanted to know, such as how he can consistently work over 90 hours per week and manage ten clinics throughout Britain. In this candid autobiography, he shares some of the gifts that were given to him and for which he is very thankful.
Based on the combined works and extensive knowledge of Jan de Vries, Dr Carl Heede and Marie-Louise Schicht, this book provides guidelines on how to treat diseases associated with modern society. The author suggests that many of the diseases must be addressed in a new way - in treating twenty-first century diseases, a twenty-first century approach is needed. At the same time, de Vries reminds us of the great scientific pioneers of the past whi understood and used the gift s of nature to alleviate human suffering. He explores the possibility of going back to the grass roots of medicine in order to regain good health. Healing in the 21st century will be an eye-opener for those working in the medical profession. The author demonstrates that a multi-disciplinary approach, combining orthodox and conventional, old and new, medicine is not only possible but necessary. Part of the successful Jan de Vries Healthcare series, this book is an outstanding and authoritative manual, a must for anybody interested in attaining and maintaining good health.
How to Live a Healthy Life is an indispensable handbook which outlines the approach to health of one of the world's foremost homoeopaths, Jan de Vries. It gives sensible and easy-to-follow advice on a huge number of subjects, ranging from maintaining a healthy liver and building strong bones to how to follow a well-balanced and nutritious diet and cope with stress.
Jan de Vries, although trained as a pharmacist, turned to alternative medicine early in his career. His most influential teacher was the world-renowned Swiss doctor, Alfred Vogel. He now works in Ayrshire in one of Britain's most widely known clinics.
MOTHER AND CHILD is the long awaited follow up to Jan's phenomenally successful Preganancy and Childbirth and the next instalment in his excellent Well Woman series. In Mother and Child Jan De Vries focuses on the first crucial years of a child's life and explores the unique relationship that develops between mother and child in these formative years. The book comprises practical advice for new mothers dealing with the stress of their first baby and gives suggestions on how to recognise and treat the many diseases to which children are prone in their early years. There is also valuable advice on child healthcare and covers everything from sleep disorders to breastfeeding. Not only is Jan De Vries a professional authority on alternative healthcare, but he is also a father of four and grandfather of ten. Jan De Vries was born in 1937 and after initially graduating in pharmacy he soon moved on to study alternative medicine. He set up his first clinic in Troon in 1970 and today has clinics in Edinburgh, London, Belfast, Dublin and Manchester. Writing extensively on the value of alternative medicine and the importance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle, he also lectures throughout the world and makes regular television and radio appearances.
Pollution is an ever-growing threat to our planet and manifests itself most dramatically in its impact on the natural environment which surrounds us. But just as trees are dying daily because of environmental pollution, so too are humans suffering. Air pollution has led directly to an increase in asthma, bronchitis and other related respitory complaints.
In Air: The Breath of Life, Jan de Vries calls upon his vast experience in dealing with respiratory problems to guide his readers on how best to assist our own immune system in combating the worst effects of pollution.
In this controversial book Jan de Vries considers modern miracles as well as the 'miracle of Lourdes'. He discusses witch doctors and what he has personally witnessed in the Far East. He warns against exorcism and talks of the many 'possessed' people he has treated. He also shares with his readers some of the mysterious ways that alternative medicine has worked 'miracles' for thousands of patients.
Allaying the doubts and fears which surround the most natural and yet probably the most traumatic experience a woman will go through, Pregnancy and Childbirth takes you step by step through conception, pregnancy, labour and the care of your baby. Calling upon a lifetime's experience in helping couples who have come to him following years of trying for a baby, Jan de Vries explains how he has helped them with either herbal or homoeopathic medicine, acupuncture or osteopathy. He describes how acupuncture can help, especially during labour, and provides advice for couples who have undergone severe stress when dealing with problems such as impotence, or feelings of inadequacy or rejection. What emerges from his extensive research is an overwhelming sense of hope in the wonder of nature and joy at the miracle of each new birth.
This is the handbook for every household and is published in direct response to public demand. In this volume Jan de Vries uses all of his vast wealth of experience to answer hundreds of questions which have consistently been asked of him over the years, from varicose veins to the use of vitamin E, headaches to verrucae, from air and water pollution to ME, candida and other present-day problems. The foreword to this invaluable, easy-to-use reference guide is by Dr Alfred Vogel, author of the million-selling Nature Doctor and himself mentor to Jan de Vries.