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If your get up and go has gotten up and gone, Boost Your Energy Naturally can renew your zest for life. It covers all the issues that affect energy levels—from nutrition and poor sleep patterns to stress and depression—and offers a solution based in complementary therapies such as acupuncture, homeopathy, herbalism, and Ayurveda. Learn how to tap into universal energy fields to enhance your own vitality, follow the simple ten-step plan to positive thinking, and start living life to the fullest again!
Beth MacEoin runs a busy homeopathic practice and is a registered member of the Society of Homeopaths. She has written 15 books on alternative and complementary health, including Come Alive, Natural Medicine, Boost Your Immune System Naturally, and The Total De-Stress Plan. She regularly acts as a consultant to a number of leading publications. She lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England.