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7 Things your doctor forgot to tell you:

Author: Dr Warren Sipser and Andi Lew

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How healthy are you?  Don't blame your doctor!

This book gives you 7 key things your doctor may have forgotten to tell you that you can incorporate into your lifestyle to achieve optimal health.

7 Things Your Doctor Forgot To Tell You helps you to understand that the only real cure is prevention. This step by step guide will change the way that you currently manage your health care.

You no longer have to wait till it's broke to fix it.

7 Things Your Doctor Forgot To Tell You is a scientifically based approach to manifest wellness. Reading this book can empower you to make more informed common sense choices to improve the health of you and your loved ones, easily and effectively.

Dr Warren Sipser

Dr Warren Sipser


Dr Warren Sipser grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa and worked as a volunteer paramedic whilst studying a double science degree to become a Doctor of Chiropractic. He suffered the loss of his sister to cancer at a young age and her death inspired him to believe prevention is better than cure. Dr Sipser cares for thousands in his practice in Elwood, Victoria, is the Secretary of the CAA Vic and has a Masters in Paediatric Chiropractic.

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Andi Lew

Andi Lew


Andi Lew is a well known television personality having hosted shows on Channels 7, 9 and 10 following four years on air with MIX101.1. You can hear her every Friday as she files wellness reports with Denis Walter on radio station 3AW. During her early years as a dancer, Andi was plagued with painful sciatica and fainting attacks that prevented her from performing. It was only after years of struggle with these hidden health challenges that she was inspired to embark on a journey toward optimal health.

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