How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy
A really user-friendly book that looks at what it takes to achieve optimal health on every level - nutritionally, energetically and physically. It offers opportunities for understanding your current state of health and suggests solutions and exercises for positive change. I recommend this read for anyone interested in understanding their body and their health ‘in the whole’.
Take Control of Your Health
Dr Joseph Mercola
The information in this book will help you avoid and eliminate the true underlying causes of your health and weight issues – in an easy-to-follow manner. You’ll discover everything you need to know to maximize weight loss efforts, choose flavourful foods most appropriate to your unique biochemistry, reverse your risk of diabetes, build your own bullet-proof immune system etc. Plus, you’ll also uncover the truth about artificial sweeteners, vaccinations, genetically modified foods and personal care products – as well as debunk some myths about soy and sunlight, just to name a few…
The Metabolic Typing Diet
William Wolcott & Trish Fahey
For hereditary reasons, your metabolism is unique. Cutting-edge research
shows that no single diet works well for everyone - the very same foods that
keep your best friend slim may keep you overweight and feeling unhealthy and
fatigued. This book will give you a full explanation of the science that forms the basis of metabolic typing and also offers an opportunity for you to establish your own metabolic type at a very basic level.
Ending the AIDS Myth
Despite common belief, there is no scientific evidence to this day that AIDS is a contagious disease. The current AIDS theory falls short in predicting the kind of AIDS disease an infected person may be manifesting, and there is no accurate system to determine how long it will take for the disease to develop. In addition, the current HIV/AIDS theory contains no reliable information that can help identify those who are at risk of developing AIDS. Dozens of prominent scientists working at the forefront of the AIDS research are now openly questioning the virus hypothesis of AIDS.
How to Know God
In this remarkable book, Chopra takes us step by step from the first stage, where the brain’s ‘fight or flight’ response leads us to a God who is an all-powerful and sometimes unpredictable parent, to the seventh stage, where the brain experiences God as pure being, beyond thought, a sacred presence. It is at this seventh stage that we attain a true, life-changing spiritual understanding of the world and our place in it; it is the level at which saints and sages dwell. All seven stages are available to each of us, all the time.
The Book of Chakra Healing
This is a comprehensive guide to the ancient Indian system of chakras. These centres of "spinning energy" in the body help to maintain your physical, mental, emotional and spiritual balance. This book offers practical ways to work on your chakras and shows you how to unblock and rebalance your energy.
You Can Heal Your Life
Louise L. Hay
In this book Louise Hay offers profound insight into the relationship between the mind and the body. Exploring the way that limiting thoughts and ideas control and constrict us, she offers us a powerful key to understanding the roots of our physical diseases and discomforts.
Anatomy of the Spirit
Caroline Myss PH.D.
This book takes the interconnectedness of mind, body and spirit even further than ever before. Based on fifteen years of research into energy medicine, it shows that we can be responsible not only for our health but for our healing. In this breakthrough book, Dr Caroline Myss, sets out a unique programme specifically designed to promote spontaneous physical, emotional and spiritual healing. Here she explores the link between spiritual and emotional stresses and the specific illnesses these create in different parts of the human energy system.
Take Your Time – How to Find Patience, Peace and Meaning
Life today can feel so fragmented! Often we face enormous pressures both on the work front and at home. Irritable and drained at the end of a long day, we wonder what it was all about. But if we look at our choices through Easwaran’s eyes, it’s surprising how quickly we begin to discover patience, peace and meaning. In this book, Easwaran shows us through his timeless stories that we could try something different next time we’re feeling stressed. We could use his technique to slow down inwardly (even if we have a lot to do); stay calmer, more patient, more loving with all around us; improve concentration; keep our attention in the present so we don’t waste energy on worry and resentment; simplify our lives and avoid trying to do too much; get a sense of life’s true purpose.
How to Raise a Healthy Child … in Spite of Your Doctor
Robert S. Mendelsohn MD
Dr Mendelsohn has dedicated his life to demystifying the medical profession, both as a renowned pediatrician for nearly thirty years and as the widely read author of Confessions of a Medical Heretic and other books. In this practical and informative guide, he turns his expertise to his own specialty, maintaining that parents tend to rely too heavily on their pediatricians and that they can take a more active role in determining which ailments require and office visit and which can be dealt with at home.
The Truth About Children’s Health
Robert Bernadini M.S.
If you’d like to ensure that your child grows up healthy and strong and not a victim of disease, violence or learning disabilities, this is a must-read for you. Discover the true causes of the most serious and prevalent health challenges our children face and what you can do about them.
The Vaccine Guide
Randall Neustaedter OMD
This book gives consumers the information they need to make informed decisions about vaccination. Parents who face a multitude of vaccines for their children and adults who must decide about flu shots, vaccination for international travel, hepatitis, and booster doses, now have a guide to the complex and often confusing realm of vaccine choices.
The Cot Death Cover-Up
By the end of this year over 1000 babies may have died, leaving grief-stricken parents and families to mourn their loss forever. Prevention of the tragic deaths seems to elude orthodox medical researchers. Although the face-up sleeping campaign has reduced the number of cot deaths, too many are still occurring. Jim Sprott believes he knows what causes cot death; he believes the public has a right to know, too.