Ideal Body Temperature as the Secret to Optimum Health

My Lady d’Arbanville

Music Video | My Lady d’Arbanville by Cat Stevens

My Lady d’Arbanville,
why does it grieve me so?
But your heart seems so silent
Why do you breathe so low,
why do you breathe so low?
why do you sleep so still?
I’ll wake you tomorrow
And you will be my fill,
yes, you will be my fill.
My Lady d’Arbanville,
you look so cold tonight
Your lips feel like winter
Your skin hat turned to white,
your skin has turned to white

Cat Stevens

This book was written to provide you with the best possible information about the processes occurring within the human body and allow you to draw your own conclusions from these facts.
Upon reading this book, you may decide to implement appropriate measures in order to improve your state of health. If you are experiencing health problems, you may also seek out the support of a competent person who, on account of training, expertise, experience and benevolence, is capable of finding suitable paths to help you reach the goal you have set for yourself.

This book cannot and should not replace any required professional support that you are receiving. You should especially not regard this reading material as an incitement to stop on going therapies or the use of prescribed medications without consulting medical or naturopathic professionals.
Please listen to your instincts, your heart and reason, and act responsibly!
Your life, health and recovery are at stake, and you have every right to greatly value these.

Wishing you good health!


Excerpt from the book “Uwe Karstädt: 98.6° F – Ideal Body Temperature

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About Uwe Karstaedt

The German naturopath lives and works in Munich since 1986 and has published many bestselling books on health and alternative medicine. He is an inspiring speaker with a fascinatingly broad range of in depth knowledge about the basic principles of healing on all levels.

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