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Fans Love It

Louise Crooks

“This book is what we all need – those of us who have been intimidated by the ‘onerous’ task of becoming healthy and think we might seem uncool trying to do it. Been there! This book is gonna rock your world!”

Louise Crooks
Life Coach, Keys to Clarity Radio Show

Saul Simon MacWilliams

“I started not eating any wheat or gluten. I encourage it even if you’re not wheat intolerant because it focuses your mind on eating other things that are healthier, ‘Hey I can’t have all those beers. What else can I have instead?’ I’ll have tequila. It’s gluten free. It’s fewer calories. And you don’t chug It.” “Saul Simon MacWilliams”

Saul Simon MacWilliams
keyboardist, Ingrid Michaelson; producer, The Lovely Light

Lita Ford

“What is The Rockstar Remedy? OMG !!! Don’t miss the party or you won’t get laid. LOL. Feel good about your self. Fans don’t miss a trick. If you don’t have self-confidence, you don’t have anything! Self-confidence and stage presence is almost everything on stage.”

Lita Ford
singer, guitarist, Lita Ford and the Runaways

Dave Navarro

“Feeling good is a huge part of staying on top of your game for performances. Touring is grueling enough… Staying healthy is the key to longevity and well being in what can be a very isolated environment. In other words, read this book!”

Dave Navarro
guitarist, singer-songwriter, Jane's Addiction, Red Hot Chili Peppers

Gabriel Roth (AKA Bosco Man)

“I hadn’t expected the treatment to work that well, if at all, but couldn’t believe the effect it had on me. I had energy and felt like my head had been pulled out of a cloud. We had a great show that day. This was my wake up call…”

Gabriel Roth (AKA Bosco Man)
guitarist, songwriter, producer, Grammy Award Winner, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings

Barbara Glickstein, RN, MPH, MS

“Dr. Francis, a physician and a healer, is steeped in the traditions of the healer’s art. Entwining her healer’s art with her Rock and Roll soul makes perfect sense – both uncover the great wisdom in life stories that point us toward our unique paths so we can be fully alive.”

Barbara Glickstein, RN, MPH, MS
Producer & Host, Healthstyles Pacifica Radio, Co-Director, Center for Health, Media & Policy at Hunter College City University of NY
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Critically Acclaimed

Review

Do the things that bring you joy while being mindful of your health” and you can still party like a rock star. That’s the premise and the promise of this book from “naturopathic doctor” Francis, developed over 25 years of working with some of the world’s most famous—and infamously indulgent—music gods. The key: live a consciously healthy life 90% of the time and you’ll minimize the negative effects of the excesses you enjoy during the other 10%. Francis’s simple, no-nonsense plan gently guides readers toward healthy, nutrient-dense foods, fit-anyone’s-schedule exercise options, and easy-to-incorporate damage control tips. Broken up into five stages, the program begins with a 21-day diet detox; continues with a detox plan for body (exercise, spa treatments, and bodywork), mind (meditation, prayer, and personal relationships), and home (eradicating household toxins and clutter); then segues into maintaining that 90-10 balance whether you’re traveling, eating out, having drinks, or at work. Sprinkled throughout are self-assessment quizzes and handy reference lists, as well as engaging backstage stories and quotes on mindful living from the rock stars themselves. Francis’s prescription may not be revolutionary, but her lively approach to presenting sound and solid advice should make it a hit.”

The Rockstar Remedy: A Rock & Roll Doctor’s Prescription for Living a Long, Healthy Life
Gabrielle Francis, with Stacy Baker Masand. HarperWave, $25.99 (352p) ISBN 978-0-06-231060-6

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