Health Consultant Challenges Troudeau and Western Medicine in New Book, "Forget the Cures, Find the Cause"

Rayna Gangi, holistic health consultant, teacher, author, and popular internet talk show host, takes readers on a combined journey through body, mind and spirit and the seven keys to balanced health.

New York, NY, July 18, 2006 --( The passionate and compelling, "Forget the Cures, Find the Cause," by Rayna Gangi, hit the internet and podcast airwaves prior to its August 1 release, and has been touted "the most truthful" and "best yet" book on holistic and alternative health.
Combining the mind, body and spirit with a Native American approach, Gangi intrigues the reader with medical facts and history while weaving a petic and profound journey through all aspects of health and balance.
"You'll use it as a workbook, a textbook, and carry it with you as an every day read," says Laurie Azzarella.  Azzarella is one of nine seminar directors for the International Institute of Reflexology.
"I wanted to challenge the books that offer 'miracle cures' and empty hope," says Gangi.  "I also wanted readers to know that balanced health is achievable, but takes more than a handful of vitamins and yoga class."
Gangi is well-known as 'Rayna G' on her popular internet radio broadcasts and podasts heard worldwide. She has also authored, "Mary Jemison, White Woman of the Seneca," an historical novel through Clearlight Publications now in its fifth printing. 
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Rayna Gangi