My rating: 5 of 5 stars
There’s no denying that consumers are becoming more health conscious. Diet and fitness has quickly developed into a multi-billion dollar industry. However, counting calories and engaging in a daily exercise routine are not the only things consumers should be concerning themselves with. D. Ann Noble knows this first hand and is brave enough to share her story with readers in Dare to Ask Why.
How many of us truly know what’s in the food we eat, the medicines we take and in the air we breath daily? How many of us have stopped to reflect on the huge increase in chronic illness in recent years? Diabetes, cancer, heart disease, stroke – all have seen a steady rise in the number of cases. Think for a moment about how many people you know personally who’ve been affected by a serious illness. Yet, not many people are questioning the possibility that it just might be what we’re exposing our bodies to that could be at the root of this medical crisis.
Most consumers have no idea how harmful and toxic common additives are to our health. Things like fluoride, aspartame, high-fructose corn syrup, pesticides, pharmaceutical drugs and other substances are literally making us sick to death. Most of us are clueless when it comes to something as simple as the water we drink.
D. Ann Noble is a medical professional who explains how every consumer should Dare to Ask Why. After several mysterious and life-threatening illnesses were slowing robbing Ms. Noble of a normal life, she was determined to find out why. After being told there was nothing wrong with her by one doctor after another, D. Ann painstakingly researched the negative effects of some very common household toxins. She shares her findings and solutions in Dare to Ask Why.
Filled with life-saving, practical and sensible information, Dare to Ask Why will have readers questioning what they’ve been putting into their bodies over the years. As someone who has often viewed a “healthy lifestyle” as synonymous with an “expensive lifestyle” (after all fast food is popular because it’s cheap) I was pleased to find that Ms. Noble gives some low-cost alternatives to common household products. For example, she shares how beneficial hydrogen peroxide is – something that literally costs pennies and can be practically everywhere.
As someone who has more than a few health issues, I found Dare to Ask Why a valuable resource for anyone who is fed up with being chronically ill. I would recommend this book to any consumer who wants to know more about the overabundance of toxins in our environment and what we can do to avoid and even eliminate them. The one thing I would have liked to have been included in this book was more information on the author. I wanted to know more about her and how she is progressing with her health today. Perhaps there’s a follow-up book in the works. Highly recommended!