Going Back to the Basics of Human Health
is a starting point for all those who want to be healthy. In the spirit of true investigative reporting, it walks you quickly and succinctly, step by step, through health basics that most people skip over in their thought processes about health. Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is a compilation of various nutritional studies. Click here for more information.
You wouldn’t let your car go a year without a tune-up or an oil change, yet most people go their entire lives without a “tune-up” for their bodies. You would never let your car battery run low, yet millions of Americans are fatigued almost to exhaustion. And you certainly wouldn’t go for a year without washing your car. When was the last time you cleaned up on the inside? Probably never! It’s worth the time it takes to check your own fuel, regenerate your batteries, get a tune-up and assist your body’s natural internal cleansing process. Isn’t your body worth more than your car? In Why Do I Feel So Lousy? Lorrie takes a topic that may seem complicated and makes it understandable, and immediately useful. More importantly, Lorrie speaks from personal experience. Click here for more information.
This is Paul Rosen's second book and continues to reveal how your health and that of your family has been systematically usurped since the early 1900's. Through misdirection, misrepresentation and misdeeds, leaders in science, medicine and business have failed you. What to do? Buy the book here..
Christian B. Allan and Wolfgang Lutz' book "Life Without Break" is based on more than 40 years of clinical research. This illuminating book unravels the mysteries of nutrition and shows that changing the way we eat can help us feel better and live longer. It describes how a low-carbohydrate/high-protein diet can prevent cancer, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity, as well as increase strength, endurance, and muscle mass foods. Buy Life Without Bread here...
Food to The Rescue is a basic, easy to follow introduction to eating for health written by Jennifer Shell. This is contrary to what the general population does. Most families eat what is convenient and "tastes good," this includes fast food and junk food with minimal real food. This book covers the exploitation by the manufacturers of processed foods. Read more here...