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Award winning Gold Coast author Deborah K Bates latest book, Your Personal Tuning Fork - The Endocrine System published through O-Books UK, is the talk of the health community. It boasts consistent highranks on Amazon and Amazon UKalong with bookshop sales both internationally.   Your Personal Tuning Fork - The Endocrine System   is an enlightening unique approach to the root causes of some of our most common health issues. It is easy to read and a daily reference for everyday solutions to everyday issues which interfere with daily life.  It is a book about healing, hormones, the endocrine system and a better way to health.  Grab your Personal Tuning Fork and TWANG your way to sustainable health!  Do niggling disturbances interfere with your daily life? Allergies, brain fatigue, dizziness, general aches and pains, headaches, insomnia, lethargy, loss of libido, mood swings, sugar cravings, weight issues? Discover your body's health tool, the endocrine system – your personal tuning fork. As a one-stop guide, this easy...

The Mysterious Pineal Gland (First published in Australian Natural Health magazine)  When the pineal is stimulated and functioning optimally, it helps us to sleep and relax, improves the immune system, evokes a natural state of euphoria and higher states of intellect, and helps alleviate depression and the ageing process. The size of a pea, the pineal gland lies immediately beneath the hypothalamus in a tiny cave at the centre of the brain. As the last endocrine gland discovered, it was once shrouded in myth, superstition and metaphysical theories. However, as life coach and applied kinesiologist Deborah K Bates explains, the pineal gland holds the key to sustainable health, mood, energy and self-esteem. A supernatural gland Philosophers and spiritual adepts have long contemplated the function of the pineal. The ancient Greeks believed it was our connection to the Realms of Thought, while French philosopher Renee Descartes referred to it as “the seat of the human...

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