UTURN: Navigating from bipolar disorder to natural health

A diagnosis of bipolar disorder doesn't need to be "the end of the story" ANY MORE! This book gives the insider's scoop on a natural treatment for bipolar disorder that is now being studied at major universities around the world. Written by a bipolar disorder sufferer, this book will guide you through the first year of changes that you CAN make to get back your mental health, naturally. A U-Turn!
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About Valley Overcomer

Valley Overcomer suffered from a mild form of bipolar disorder, before she found the NATURAL treatment that made her well -- completely well. She writes about her experience so that others can get well too. This amazing micronutrient treatment applies to those who have anxiety, depression, bipolar, ADHD, and OCD, among others.

TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE? Read more before you dismiss this scientific breakthrough that came from veterinary science. There are already eight published scientific articles about this treatment and more to come -- plus, as of May 2009 there are current studies in progress at 12 major universities in North America and beyond. (For more on the existing research, visit http://truehope.com/truehope_bipolar_disorder_research_empowerplus_1.aspx.)

Do you know someone who needs to hear about this? Take a moment and give them the chance to change their lives forever... for the better!

Valley lives in Pittsburgh, PA, along with her husband and three wonderful children. She loves to laugh and is very determined to reach her goals (in this case, getting out the word about TRUE natural mental wellness).

So -- seriously, is there someone who needs to know about this?

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Reviews of UTURN: Navigating from bipolar disorder to natural health by Valley Overcomer

brandon shaw reviewed on Sep. 2, 2009
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In her work, U-Turn, Rachel Conner through her witty words gives her audience a glimpse into the world of bipolar sufferers. Having battled the illness herself, she tells of her down and then up experience in a readable fashion. After giving her reader a direct look into the disorder, she doesn’t leave them scratching their heads, guessing as to how one is to get well from such a crippling infirmity. She gives them a game plan of natural remedy, a treatment that many are unaware of. If you are interested in a new solution to the most often times frustrating bipolar problem, one that does not require psychiatrists and heavy doses of tranquilizing medications, U-Turn is highly commended.
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