Planet Heal Thyself – The Revolution of Regeneration in Body, Mind, and Planet by Jordan Rubin – A Book Review


Planet Heal Thyself – The Revolution in Body, Mind, and Planet

By: Jordan Rubin

Destiny Image Publishers, P. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257,

978-0768408591< $ 16.99, 2016, 254 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake

A Clarion Call to Join the Revolution of Regeneration to Heal Our Planet and Restore Your Health

New York Times bestselling author and Biblical Health Coach Jordan Rubin’s new book “Planet Heal Thyself – The Revolution in Body, Mind, and Planet” is destined to become another bestseller. The book is a serious wake-up call to the extent of degeneration of the earth’s natural resources and the future of our ecosystem. It is made up of page after page of stimulating new ideas for recycling, composting, and reversing the rate of degeneration of our topsoil.

Diagnosed with Crone’s disease at the age of 19, Jordin became devastated. In a desperate attempt to avoid a radical experimental surgery, Rubin’s father contacted nutritionist Bud Keith and wan was introduced to a proven plan of Neuropathic healing, using Biblical principles.  After following the program for six weeks Jordin’s body was totally regenerated. This began a life change for Jordin that led to a 20 year study in the areas of alternative health therapies, sustainable agriculture, food production, economic prosperity, and abundance. His recovery set in motion a passion to transform the health of our nation, “one life at a time.”

Jordin warns of the crisis created by our country’s loss of top soil, how nutrients create health, and an effective plan for growing your own food. He talks about regenerative farming, steps to creating real health, and benefits of eating organic, going gluten free, and saying no to GMO. He warns of eight common allergens to avoid, and introduces the artisanal eater.

“Planet Heal Thyself – The Revolution in Body, Mind, and Planet”  will be fascinating reading to everyone who recognizes the key to health depends on decisions we make in health and nutrition for ourselves, our families, and our nation.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

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