Dr. Juan Rivera, Univision’s chief medical correspondent and one of the most beloved doctors by the Latino community in the United States, reveals home remedies of all kinds that he recommends to four generations of women in his family: his mother, his wife, his sister, and his daughter.
With over 200,000 copies of his books sold, Dr. Juan has become a household name and one of the most trusted physicians for Latino households in the United States.
Now with Dr. Juan’s Top Home Remedies for Women, Dr. Juan places an emphasis on how important women’s health is.
“My previous book, Santo Remedio / Dr. Juan’s Top Home Remedies, where I focused on sharing advice about food and products with you, was aimed at all members of the family. However, I must acknowledge and thank women, who are a large and important part of those who follow me and have been a tremendously loyal base. You are the backbone of every family,” said the beloved doctor, who offers this complete guide with the hopes that women will take “the reins of their health in a comprehensive way.”
Committed to the Hispanic community, and with the support of Univision and Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial, Dr. Juan Rivera feels a responsibility to offer the most up-to-date research and information possible to share with all those virtual patients who have supported him and followed him all these years: women.
Improving one’s skin and hair, the relief of PMS and menopausal symptoms, strengthening bones, relieving anxiety and depression, improving one’s memory, strengthening the immune system, and preventing breast cancer, all in a natural way and with ingredients that you can find at home or in any market, are some of the benefits you will gain by following the suggestions and instructions in Dr. Juan’s Top Home Remedies for Women.
The book is available in Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Walmart, Target, and independent bookstores throughout the United States and Puerto Rico.
Santo remedio para mujeres / Dr. Juan Rivera’s Top Home Remedies for Women is published under the Aguilar imprint by Penguin Random House Grupo Editorial in collaboration with Univision Communications Inc.