Debut publication tells practical ways to avoid surgery, cure diseases
IRVING, Texas – Author Captain James W. Woeber (Ret.) shares a handy and highly beneficial book featuring the many ways readers can learn how to avoid surgery and suffering in his first publication titled “Why Suffer” (published by Xlibris). This health and wellness guide tells in a simple and concise manner the practical ways to live a happy and healthy life even with a busy career.
“Why Suffer” collates in brief reports how members of a group of airline pilots and their families saved themselves from diseases and avoidable suffering. Written and verified from the author’s experiences, this essential book provides every reader the chance to improve their lifestyle.
“Everyone wants to wants to avoid surgery and suffering,” author Woeber states. With this debut title, he offers “many of the ways to avoid surgery and cure diseases [that] are not to be found anywhere else.”
Woeber asks the readers: “Why suffer heart attack, flu and pneumonia? Why suffer surgery, amputation, joint pain? Why suffer cancer, diabetes, food sensitivities?” With “Why Suffer”, find the alternative ways to cure many of people’s most frightful health problems.
By Captain James W. Woeber (Ret.)
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 48 pages | ISBN 9781514416686
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 48 pages | ISBN 9781514416679
E-Book | 48 pages | ISBN 9781514416655
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Captain James W. Woeber (Ret.) has served for four years in the U.S. Air Force. Then, he flew with Delta Air Lines for 33 years.
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