Learn How One Digital Nomad Is Curing Her AutoImmune Disorder: Become Your Own Best Health Advocate

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If you are one of the nearly 53 million Americans suffering from an autoimmune condition, it’s time to take matters into your own hands and become your own best health advocate. You can cure yourself. This ebook is full of tips to start healing. More

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About Maryam Henein

Maryam Henein is a journalist, filmmaker and entrepreneur. She directed the documentary Vanishing of the Bees and is founder of HoneyColony.com.

A native of Montreal, Canada, Henein is of Egyptian Canadian heritage. Henein interviewed documentarian Morgan Spurlock for Penthouse, as well as produced documentaries for the UK’s September Films on subjects that include pimps, drug dealers and porn stars in the Los Angeles area.[2] She was also part of First Apartment, a reality show webcast in the late '90s and early 2000s on the now-defunct website crushedplanet.com, produced by Taxicab Confessions' Joe and Harry Gantz.

Following a near-fatal pedestrian versus car crash that dragged her for 49 feet, which broke her leg, vertebrae and several ribs and necessitated a titanium rod for her recovery in 2002, she researched issues of health and nutrition to help her in her recovery and became aware of colony collapse disorder.

With George Langworthy, Henein directed the 2010 documentary (which took five years to produce), Vanishing of the Bees with Ellen Page narrating the film.

Since the release of Vanishing of the Bees, Henein has become an outspoken advocate of bees and bee colonies, non-GMO foods and the release of pesticides into the environment.[6] Henein is the founder of HoneyColony Inc., a member supported online magazine that hosts a number of optimized-health and investigative writers called "Hive Advisers". Henein continues to work on projects involving bees and contamination of the food supply. She is working on a memoir titled Of Bees & Men and launched a year-long Save the Bees campaign in June 2014.

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victoria laird reviewed on on Aug. 16, 2016
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I was truly delighted with your story. It is a journey and I applaud you for the courage to do what it takes to get your health back on line. So many people have chronic illness but are unable and unwilling to take the steps and make the sacrifices that are needed in the short term for long term results. It is not always easy to be transparent and put yourself out there, my hat is off to you for opening up and sharing your struggles and your health regimes. It is a beautiful glimpse into your life that provides hope for all of us who are struggling daily with chronic illness. I envy your fearlessness and applaud your tenacity.
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Rose Wild reviewed on on Aug. 12, 2016

This is a great book for those suffering from the effects of chemicals such as pesticides and disinfectants that can cause many health issues. The author shares her story of finding better health care and better health. The author provides links to various points of learning about many problems faced in the modern world. She uses bees as an example of how immune systems are affected by pesticides. The chemical soup of the world is becoming toxic and the author is hoping to help others learn how to take their own health care more serious. The author's passion is unending as she has many books published.
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David Emerson Swainbank reviewed on on Aug. 8, 2016

Learn How One Digital Nomad is Curing Her Own Autoimmune Disorder:
Become Your Own Best Health Advocate
By Maryam Henein

What would you do if you found out that the pesticides that were being sprayed caused you to lose the ability of your body to cope with the ability to fight disease and caused you to have other problems with your health as well? The author shows the reader how she is currently fighting negative thoughts as well as autoimmune disorder in her challenge to get well. The book is an interesting read. As I have also dealt with health problems, many years ago with graves disease. I have overcome and am living a healthy lifestyle today as a result of prayer and positive thinking. The author Maryam Henein states that over 53 million Americans are suffering with the autoimmune disorder today and that many of them are probably not even diagnosed with the true problem. Each and everyone of us needs to become our own health advocate if we want the best possible life that we can live. The medical field today want to prescribe medicines which often times have more side effects that do more damage than what we’d like. The book is well written and describes the author’s journey to wellness. The author has a website at www.honeycolony.com and you may want to check that out as well. I could relate when the author talked about a titanium rod being used to help with a broken leg. My wife had one put in her arm and taken out and it still is causing her problems. It was too long and did damage to the rotator cuff. Sometimes the medical field leaves a lot to be desired. The doctors today often want to give a band-aid medicine and not really treat the problem at the source. I agree that the bees play an important role in our health. I found the information presented in the book to be well researched and presented in a concise manner. Our government has regulations, but often does not have the manpower to see that the regulations are enforced. Our diet is also another area that we all need to take a vital look at. As the saying goes “we are what we eat.” I would like to encourage the author to keep her thought positive and I pray that she continues to heal. The author discusses her ability to reduce stress and help her body heal by changing her place of residence. She also explains how to develop a healthy plan for your life. I rated this book a solid 5 stars and look forward to reading more by this talented author.

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