Guest Author - Jacqueline Rosenbalm
All About Bacteria, written by Ravi Mantha, contains information that will enable you to make informed decisions about your health. The author gives tips on how to maintain or improve the the health of your family without the overuse of antibiotics or medical procedures that could cause you harm.
A copy of this book was provided by the author at no cost to me. I reviewed it mainly because I was asked to do so by the author; however, I found the material on bacteria very informative and decided to include the review here. His in-depth and well researched chapters are full of information. The book talks about the over use of antibiotics and the damage it has caused the world by developing resistant diseases we can no longer cure. He discusses the urgency he feels to spread the word and stop our dependence on doctors and pharmaceuticals as the only source of healing.
Ravi encourages us all through this book to take responsibility for our own health and not accept a pill as a quick fix for the symptoms we may have or will have in the future. He suggests that we get to know our individual bodies and how they work as well as why they work the way they do. It's the only way we can understand how to take care of ourselves and avoid illness instead of just waiting until we get sick to figure out what to try to do to fix it.
By understanding that not all bacteria are bad and that we live with beneficial bacteria every day, perhaps we should rethink how we clean and disinfect our homes. We can use this information to protect ourselves from potential illness in the future.
This book shows that in the past and present not all of modern medicine is actually good medicine, much of it does more harm than good. The author encourages us to think for ourselves and do our own research before deciding what is best for our health.
Whether or not you agree with all of Ravi Mantha's views or recommendations, the book is well worth reading just for the wealth of information it gives on how bacteria works. I learned so much about bacteria that I didn't know that I felt I should pass the information on to you.
If you are the least bit interested about bacteria and how they affect people, I highly recommend this book. This does not mean I agree with everything that the author said but I do feel it's important to evaluate how we approach medicine and the continued overuse of antibiotics. I do believe that we are the ones who are ultimately responsible for our own health and by acquiring knowledge we can make the best choices for our families.
If you wish to buy this book, the below link will enable you to purchase it from Amazon.
All About Bacteria : Ravi Mantha