New Book Explores Physiological Principle and its Applications
To purchase and learn more about the book, readers may visit https://www.amazon.com/Pluses-Minuses-Field-Guide-Principle/dp/1984516221.
Webb believes that in a world where illnesses, infirmities and debilitating medical conditions are at high, one has an obligation to try to help to correct these in a serious and fundamental fashion. In the book, he shares various theories and laws presented as concepts that are both practical and easy to implement. "It is a scientific/medical law of physiology. Its effect and the impact that this law does and will have are immense," he states.
The first chapter talks about the body of the principle or law of physiology - the Webb Principle. The second chapter consists of letters and correspondence sent to various government agencies, research facilities, universities and other media outlets. With the book, the author hopes to promote a better understanding of what the human body is capable of, universally. He further adds that "it is an advancement to our understanding of physiology and immunity."
"My principle will change the world from how we think to how we get things done, and our health and life span, it will impact culture and society," Webb concludes.
"Pluses + and - Minuses: A Field Guide to the Webb Principle"
By J.B. Webb
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 148 pages | ISBN 9781984516213
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 148 pages | ISBN 9781984516220
E-Book | 148 pages | ISBN 9781984516206
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
J.B. Webb, 45 years old, currently lives in Keene. "Pluses + and - Minuses: A Field Guide to the Webb Principle" is his first published book.
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