- The Natural Alternative
- Narrated by: Barry Abrams
- Length: 10 hrs and 35 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 17-11-15
- Language: English
- Publisher: Tantor Audio
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By Parola138 on 04-12-15
Good guide on Psoriasis and Eczema
I don't have psoriasis, but I have suffered from terrible eczema for over two decades. Since psoriasis, seb derm, acne and all of those conditions are very similar in their causes and symptoms, I was excited to find a book about psoriasis figuring maybe there was some info that would help an eczema sufferer as well. The narrator is very clear and well-spoken, however I found him to be a beat too slow for me. The listening experience was greatly improved when I sped it to 1.5 speed. As far as the content of the book, it's not poorly written, but it doesn't flow as well as other books. Still, you're not listening to this book for a deep, literary enlightenment; you're basically here to collect facts and ideas. This book has those and, though it doesn't mention anything about eczema in the title, eczema is mentioned and there is a section about eczema. I feel I gained some very helpful guidance from this book. It's definitely worth the price of admission, especially since there are not currently any other serious psoriasis/eczema type books on here except for the fake ones people piece together from internet articles, narrate, and call an 'audiobook.' This Pagano book is well researched and has decades of trial and error behind it. I like that he admits to the failures and how the program doesn't always work for everyone. A lot of these health books throw handfuls of anecdotes to make you think that snorting coconut oil and bathing in kerosene will cure all ills.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
By Tokyo on 24-11-17
No science only anecdotes. Did not finish.
This is no science, just a bunch of anecdotes of people who he claims got better. Shameless amounts of self promotion.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful