Daphne, AL, April 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Rayna Gangi, author of, “Forget the Cures, Find the Cause, Book 1” plans to launch the release of Book 2 in the series to coincide with the FDA’s challenge to alternative and complementary healthcare slated to be introduced April 30, 2007.
“The FDA and the governments of many countries are trying to enact legislation that would prohibit consumers from purchasing vitamins, receiving alternative therapies, or doing anything to take charge of their health that is outside the definition of western medicine,” says Gangi. “Book 2 will not be a Kevin Trudeau approach, but will instead be a thorough explanation of alternative therapies and practices that challenge the western medicine theory. Traditional medicine most often offers only the ‘medicate or operate’ answer to illness. Alternative and holistic healthcare looks at the whole person and empowers the patient or client to begin taking charge of their health. Using natural products that were intended to help us heal or stay well should be up to the individual, not governed by pharmaceutical companies or the government.”
Book 1 of “Forget the Cures, Find the Cause,” got many favorable reviews and sales skyrocketed when Gangi asked her Holistic Health Podcast listeners to “get the word out.”
“The podcasts reach people on every continent and my email inbox is full of questions on how to alternatively deal with depression, MS, ADHD, autism, arthritis, allergies – the list goes on and on. I don’t have all the answers. What I do have is many years of training and experience. People are desperately searching for ways to get well. Both books will help. What may be more important is that people will feel empowered enough to fight for the right to choose their health options.”
Earthwalk-usa, founded by Gangi more than fifteen years ago, has also expanded into publishing and plans a series of books based on the popular podcasts.
“The books are direct transcripts of her podcasts,” says Gangi’s publicist. “They’ll be offered in partnership with Amazon.com through Booksurge and will include the series from 2005 through 2007.”
Gangi is a Vietnam-era veteran, a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of SUNY at Buffalo, and has been the keynote speaker at various venues including “The First Lady’s Conference on Women’s Health of Southern Nevada,” and the Tribal Council on Earth Medicine” in New York.