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Fighting Disease with Whole Food Nutrition: My Journey Fighting HIV with Whole Food Nutrition Herbs and Spices - cover

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Fighting Disease with Whole Food Nutrition: My Journey Fighting HIV with Whole Food Nutrition Herbs and Spices

S. Diane Barry

Publisher: S. Diane Barry

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Summary

I was diagnosed with HIV in January 2005.  
Over twelve years later, I’m healthy and doing well. I don’t have AIDS. My numbers are great.  
I did this without prescription medications. 
How? By fighting HIV with whole food nutrition, herbs, spices, and healthy lifestyle choices.
Available since: 05/23/2017.

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