FibroWHYalgia by Susan E. Ingebretson
Why Rebuilding the Ten Root Causes of Chronic Illness Restores Chronic Wellness

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“A practical resource guide…valuable principles.” -- Dr. Joseph Mercola, Founder, world’s most visited natural health site, Hoffman Estates, Illinois.

“I love the author’s determination, wit, and resilience to find answers to heal herself – despite a medical system that provides little hope.” -- C. Jessie Jones, PhD, professor, Health Science, director, Fibromyalgia Research and Education Center, California State University, Fullerton.

“I consider FibroWHYalgia a first-aid kit for anyone dealing with long-term health issues.” -- Diane Wendell, ND, CNM, nutritionist, Tustin, California.

“Like a roadmap, FibroWHYalgia points the way toward healing for both the newly diagnosed and the long-term chronic illness patient.” -- Timothy Noble, DC, DACBSP, CSCS, Anaheim Hills, California.

“If you’re ready for a change, this is the book for you.” -- Dannette Mason Rusnak, Founder, FibroHaven Support Foundation, Carlsbad, California.

“Susan Ingebretson’s humor and insight make FibroWHYalgia a ‘page turner’ and a delight to read. This book is for everyone – those with ailments and those interested in preventing them.” -- Linda Miner, RNC, CHN, RSNA, CMTA, nutritional expert, British Columbia, Canada.

“If you’re sick and tired of being sick and tired, the upbeat suggestions in this book will provide the encouragement needed to seek positive change.” -- Mollie Marti, PhD, JD, performance psychologist, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

“FibroWHYalgia, written in a humorous and friendly style, is an easy-to-read, non-technical guide filled with tips and ideas on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle.” -- Irina Wardas, CHHC, holistic health and wellness practitioner, Carlsbad, California.


When Susan Ingebretson found her health spiraling out of control, she wanted to know why. Her tenacious research into the causes of chronic illness led her through a maze of traditional and nontraditional healing methods. Ingebretson eventually connected the dots and found wellness. FibroWHYalgia is a half diary/half tutorial guide that exposes the facts, fibs, and fairytales of failing health and offers practical solutions. Included are detailed descriptions for making nutritional, fitness, and stress-relieving lifestyle changes.

Susan Ingebretson invites anyone with chronic illness to come down from the spectator seats and participate in restored health.

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Published December 11, 2010 by NorseHorse Press. 218 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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