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The Healing Power of Enzymes by Dr. DicQie Fuller-Looney

The Healing Power of Enzymes by Dr. DicQie Fuller-Looney

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(Book, 230 pg.) By Dr. DiQie Fuller-Looney, this book summarizes research done over 20 years on how enzymes have been steadily depleted from our diets due to farming practices, pollution, and over-processing of food. Add to this environmental stresses, depleted immune systems, sedentary lifestyles, and you have a recipe for a health disaster. Dr. Fuller lays out the value of supplemental enzyme protocols, and offers hope. Learn how to lose weight, build up immune function, and increase your energy. Learn about "Body Types"--find out yours, and why it's important for you to know.

About Dr. DicQie Fuller-Looney

Dr. DicQie Fuller-LooneyDr. DicQie Fuller-Looney holds a Ph.D. in Nutrition and Health Sciences; and is the Founder and President of Transformation Enzyme Corporation. Transformation was founded on her belief that everyone is entitled to the most healthy and vital lifestyle they are capable of obtaining.  With over a decade of clinical experience specializing in enzyme therapy and nutrition, she is actively involved in researching the health benefits of enzyme supplementation. Dr. Fuller-Looney's interest in holistic health began over 20 years ago when her daughter, Coleen, became ill and was given a short time to live. Frustrated with traditional treatments, she began to research natural and non-traditional therapies for an answer. Soon she discovered her daughter's inability to properly digest, utilize, and eliminate food. With this new knowledge, her research turned to Dr. Edward Howell's work on plant enzymes. Coleen began the plant enzyme supplementation and experienced rapid and lasting results. From that point, Dr. Fuller-Looney began to use plant enzyme supplementation clinically and personally; and not only is her daughter alive and well, but enzyme therapy has become Dr. Fuller-Looney's life's work.

As the company's leading spokesperson, Dr. Fuller-Looney is continually sought after for health seminars, conventions, and committee meetings. She has appeared on ABC, PBS, and several national radio talk shows. Her significant contribution to the rapidly growing awareness of the importance of enzymes and nutrition have been honored in Who's Who of Women Executives, Who's Who of American Women, and Woman of the Year 1990. Dr. Fuller-Looney has published extensively, including articles on the use of enzymes in nutrition, body typing, glandular therapy, and appetite and weight control.