Bette Dowdell grew up in The Salvation Army, the daughter of not one, but two, preachers, a fabulous way to start life.
While also learning how to make life sing and dance, Bette worked as an IBM Systems Engineer, a small-company consultant, a software company owner, and a NASD-licensed mutual fund representative.
that can make or break us: Good health and a fulfilling life.
First, Bette’s had to deal with endocrine (thyroid, adrenals, etc.) problems most of her life–ever since a drunk driver damaged her pituitary gland when she was 11-months old. Doctors didn’t help so much.
Finally realizing it was up to her, she launched into thirty-plus years researching what builds health and what breaks it down. And her research continues as new information comes to light. Now, Bette shares her knowledge with people who are dragging through life so they don’t have to spend years figuring things out.
If your health isn’t all it should be and you’re not getting good answers, sign up for Bette’s free health information at http://TooPoopedtoParticipate.com
Here’s a fact: Our food supply doesn’t give our bodies what they need, no matter how hard we try. To be healthy–and stay healthy–we need to take vitamins and minerals. Which brings up another fact: We have no idea what’s good, what’s hype or how to build a balanced program.
Based on her years of research and experience, Bette wrote an e-book to get you past the vitamin learning curve and into health. Pep for the Pooped: Vitamins and Minerals Your Body Is Starving For helps you build a solid health foundation even if you can’t tell one vitamin from another or explain why we need minerals.
Besides giving you the information you need, links in the book take you directly to the right brand, the best type, at the lowest price, which will save more money than the cost of the book. Skip the guesswork and get some real, practical help.
To it check out, go to http://PepForThePooped.com
Any time you’re trying to solve a problem, it helps to know what the problem is. In health, that may take a blood test. Read about Bette’s downloadable book, Understanding Blood Tests: When Your Doctor’s Too Busy to Explain here.
AND HERE’S THE BIG HEALTH KAHUNA!
Moving to Health is a program that steps you through the information necessary to take control of your own health. How your body works, how to know what your symptoms are telling you, and what to do about problems. We really need this information, and Moving to Health lays it all out for you–not just the usual bits and pieces, but the whole story. You’ll be amazed at the many things, both minor and life-threatening, you can handle on your own.
Check out the Moving to Health program and learn all you can do to move yourself to health. http://MovingToHealth.com
To read about Bette and keep up with her latest books, go to her Amazon Author Page here.
Get Bette’s Health blog automatically downloaded to your Kindle here.
It doesn’t replace anything above, but adds more good information.
Bette takes great joy in writing and speaking about her Christian faith. She wrote How to be a Christian Without Being Annoying to explain, in snack-sized bites, how the Bible describes Christianity. And she wrote On We March: A memoir of growing up in The Salvation Army, a rollicking story of the Dowdells’ life of difficulty and the energy, optimism and faith that transformed it.
Read about these books–and more–at http://ConfidentFaith.com