This is a true story based on one man’s desire and goal not to go on kidney dialysis. The story takes readers through the world of chronic kidney disease, mainstream medicine’s approaches to treatment and diet, and the need to look outside the box when there is not enough information and resources.
His wife has been a Registered Nurse for twenty-eight years and helps him wade through the research results of traditional and non-traditional approaches to treatments and diets for chronic kidney disease. Readers are led through medical tourism with stem cell and acupuncture treatments in Bangkok, Thailand. They get a glimpse into one couple’s search to blend Eastern and Western medicine to accomplish Jim’s goal of “beating the odds” when his kidney function plummeted to sixteen percent.
This is a look at purposeful, responsible approaches to using prescription and natural/herbal medicines utilizing professional consults and resources and is an outstanding resource for proper dietary guidelines, alternative foods, and wonderful recipes to help guide others through this journey. If one has chronic kidney disease, diabetes, or hypertension, or knows someone who does, this is a must-read for inspiration and guidance to achieving an optimum state of well-being by learning how to “change your dance routine.”
95 pages in length, Not Enough: The Journey To Improve Overall Health And Kidney Function With Proper Diet Changes, Stem CellTreatments, Acupuncture, And The Desire To Avoid Dialysis is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the health, fitness and alternative therapies category. With U.S. wholesale distribution through Ingram and Baker & Taylor, and pervasive online availability through Amazon, Barnes & Noble and elsewhere, Not Enough meets consumer demand through both retail and library markets with a suggested retail price of $12.95.
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About the author:
Nancy Denton lives in Northeast Oklahoma with her husband, Jim. She has been a Registered Nurse for twenty-eight years and continues to teach her patients about their diet needs, disease processes, and preventive measures to maintain better health. Her love for Jim and passion for nursing provide her inspiration to share this book with readers.
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