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The Industrious Revolution: Consumer Behavior and the Household Economy, 1650 to the Present

The Industrious Revolution

Consumer Behavior and the Household Economy, 1650 to the Present

Cambridge University Press (2008)
US$22.50

This book traces the evolution of an 'industrious revolution' that fundamentally altered the...

Body Energy
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

Body Energy is the first book in Jan de Vries' outstanding new health series, Nature's Gift, and is...

My Life with Diabetes
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

The ever-growing problems of diabetes and hypoglycaemia are addressed clearly in this long-awaited...

Stomach and Bowel Disorders
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

The stress and anxieties of modern life can take their toll on the digestive system. If not treated...

Traditional Home and Herbal Remedies
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

Today, more and more people are beginning to rediscover the healing powers of roots and plants....

Viruses, Allergies and the Immune System
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

Why are problems such as viruses, allergies and post-viral syndrome increasingly prevalent today? Is...

Asthma and Bronchitis
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

It is clear that asthma and bronchitis are on the increase, especially in Britain, and there are...

Cancer and Leukaemia: An Alternative Approach

Cancer and Leukaemia

An Alternative Approach

Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$8.45

What are the causes of cancer, and is there a cure for this most devastating of diseases? Why is it...

The Five Senses
Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$11.27

Best-selling author and world-renowned naturopath Jan de Vries has become increasingly aware of the...

Emotional Healing: Complementary Solutions for a Stress-Free Life

Emotional Healing

Complementary Solutions for a Stress-Free Life

Mainstream Publishing (2011)
US$14.09

In Emotional Healing , world-renowned alternative-health expert Jan de Vries turns his attention to...