Books and Other Stuff

In this section, I share with you about items which help other friends and clients on the path to wellness. There are books, movies, links, and blogs. We also have computer programs download apps for your smartphone.

 

If you have something you have found useful, please, do let me know about it. When you do, tell me why you like it or found it helpful.

 

I will not post disease specific information, sites or support groups. This is a place for the big picture.


If you want to read a great story about discovery and persistence, this is for you. If you want to know how your body works this is for you. If you want to truly understand why medications can never restore health, this book is for you.

I'll give you a hint...Enzymes allow your body to function. If you eat food, as we do, without enzymes and the proper conditions to extract energy from it, you will be in a deficit situation, the same as your budget can be. You are robbing Peter to pay Paul. Good luck with that, as the saying goes. 

"The Enzymes Advantage" Howard F. Loomis Jr, DC, FIACA with Arnold Mann.


Every woman you know needs to read this.


Docs new book is a wealth of information you can actually use in your daily life.


I love "In Defense of Food". I really appreciate a book being written that explains my philosophy. Thank you Michael Pollan.


"Omnivore's Dilemma" talks about many of the problems concerned with food today. Michael Pollan is easy to read.


Barbara Kingsolver is one of my favorite authors. This book is such fun with the family project written by her, editorial and political commentary by her husband and wonderful recipes by her daughter.


This is not a new book, but many of you are new to the conversation. This will help with the understanding of the dynamic ever expanding information about your body and it's nurturing.


Below are self development, life philosophy and understanding your brain and moving through grief


The simplest book for life philosophy I have ever read. I said simple, not easy. 


Take your time with this one. You will find things in yourself you did not expect.


This might be one of the most important books I've read in years. Not only because the information is as up to date as it can be and because it is actually readable.


If you find yourself going in circles, know you've missed something or have no clue how to handle your grief this is an unexpected breathe of fresh air. Use the allegory to move forward.