PFNH

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PFNHPetite Fleur Nursing Home (Sayville, NY)
PFNHPrescription for Nutritional Healing (Phyllis A. Balch book)
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Balch, CNC, in her book Prescription for Nutritional Healing.
Upon my release from the hospital, I picked up a book called Prescription For Nutritional Healing, by James Balch, MD, and Phyllis Balch, CNC.
Balch & Balch in Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 2nd edition, make a qualitative effort to confront the mechanisms and supplements for enhancing a weakened immune system, but they list more than 45 distinct ingredients to enhance the immune system.
and Phyllis Balch, Prescription for Nutritional Healing, second edition, 1977, Garden City Park, NY: Avery Group Publishers, pp.
1282-1289 and Prescription for Nutritional Healing, 2nd edition, by James F.
For example, they say, before preventative care was fashionable the publisher was providing consumers with such books as James and Phyllis Balch's Prescription for Nutritional Healing.
With its Nutrition Information Center -- a display designed to act as a companion to a store's vitamin and supplements aisle, capped with a spiral-bound reference copy of Prescription for Nutritional Healing -- Avery puts the most up-to-date information at the consumer's fingertips.
He reaches for Prescription for Nutritional Healing by Balch (or his "cookbook" of choice) and turns to the section on migraine headaches.
For example, the Avery display includes a reference copy of Prescription for Nutritional Healing that consumers can use to access information on vitamins, supplements and herbs.
Long before "preventative" care was "in" or it was hip to be "alternative," Avery was providing consumers with such books as James and Phyllis Balch's Prescription for Nutritional Healing (over 4 million copies are now in print) and Shari Lieberman's The Real Vitamin and Mineral Book (250,000 copies in print).
In Prescription for Nutritional Healing, for example, James Balch, a physician, and coauthor Phyllis Balch recommend Chinese ginseng as beneficial for prostate health and sexual vitality.
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