PALO ALTO, Calif., May 5, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Appropriate lifestyle choices will readily halt and often reverse most degenerative diseases. But which choices will accomplish this? Determining and implementing a successful health strategy based on measurement and lifestyle modification has been the core of physician Mike Nichols' clinical practice for over 20 years. These techniques and protocols are now fully described in his new book, Quantitative Medicine.
This unusual but highly effective method of medical practice is the result of Dr. Nichols' identification, exploration, and development of three key factors that control health:
- The body will prevent virtually all degenerative disease if certain key blood test numbers are in the right ranges. Says Nichols, "From blood test numbers, some familiar, others not, I can very reliably predict a patients' health trajectory, whether they will stay well, and, if not, which diseases they will get."
- Further, if a person can move their numbers to the ideal ranges, existing diseases will reverse, often to the point where the person will be considered cured. Again Nichols, "We have almost 100% success rate curing osteoporosis and adult onset diabetes. Heart disease is usually measurably reversed."
- Finally, based on these same blood test numbers, the lifestyle modifications necessary to achieve the ideal numbers can also be determined. This tends to vary from person to person. Nichols, "No one size fits all, some should eat less starch, some more, some should lift weights, others should run up and downs hills."
Quantitative Medicine encapsulates this life-saving methodology. Following an introductory part that discusses the body's adverse reaction to modern civilization, a step-by-step guide outlines the Quantitative Medicine technique: which blood tests to do, how to interpret them, and how to make the lifestyle choices necessary to drive these numbers to their ideal values. Beyond the step-by-step, Quantitative Medicine also features a detailed yet easy to understands science section explaining why humans are the way they are, and how and why various diseases are reversed.
Quantitative Medicine differs from all other self-help health books in that it has no standard advice. The optimal lifestyle is instead determined from blood tests and varies from person to person.
Quantitative Medicine, ISBN-13: 978-0-9862520-0-6, is a 440-page, 6" x 9" soft cover book, list price $20, available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble online, and distributed by Ingram, Baker & Taylor, and Pathway Book Services.
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