A book is like a garden, carried in the pocket

Cancer is rampant in modern society — why?

Lifestyle linked with environmental damage are two leading causes.

What can you do to protect yourself. Learn how in this book!

Need some guidance? Here is the rule book.

One of my favorites:

“If you can’t pronounce an ingredient, don’t eat it”

May be the book that saves your life.

Robyn O’Brien has managed to take the fierce love of her children and translate that into constructive action to educate parents and legislators about the dangers of Genetically Modified Foods.

Discover how novel proteins are destroying the planet and your health and what you can do about it.

Taubes has done it again! A well written book on the research that has been ignored in the battle of the bulge.

A quick read with some rational advice on the carbs that are killing us.

This book has the nuts and bolts of food ingredients, food recipes and the Eastern philosophy undergirding how and why whole foods heal. A bible of food health.

Are processed foods, GM foods and preserved foods damaging your DNA and making you sick?

Read this book to understand why food can harm or heal.

Great book on why food is powerful medicine and how to become a smart eater in an arena of vast choices; not all of which are healthy.


Gary Taubes dispells the cholesterol myth in this well written book.

A science writer for the LA Times, Taubes explains the physiology of carbs so well you’ll never look at white flour and white sugar in the same way

Stress may be the one factor, that un-dealt with, could be stopping full resolution of your health issue.

This book explains the effects of stress on the body. We all underestimate it — and it is pervasive and damaging.

Stress reduction techniques are a must in today’s modern world.

In his book, Missing Microbes, Dr. Martin Blaser argues that the overuse of antibiotics, as well as now-common practices like C-sections, may be messing with gut microbes.

This points to an area in medicine and in agriculture that has had tragic effects on human health – namely the indiscriminate use of antibiotics.

This book is a ‘must read’ for anyone interested in preserving their health because these tiny living things, bacteria, are more integral to our well-being than we are willing to admit.

Is it possible that the grain that allowed humans to use agriculture to be a fabulously successful species is ruining our brains?

Neurologist and nutritionist David Perlmutter explores the science behind diabetes of the brain and how the gluten affects brain function.

With millions of people suffering from senile dementia, Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders this book is worth reading!

A well documented look at the dangers of a high carbohydrate-high processed food diet.

No kidding. The food industry would like nothing better than to have you buy their products and then spend money on pharmacy to treat the problems that arise as a result of high fructose corn syrup, gluten, additives, colorings, and genetic modification.

This book is about making informed choices.

Is obesity a question of what politicians are quick to call “personal responsibility?”

How can we be personally responsible when up to 10 different kinds of salt are used to manipulate our palate and get us hooked on flavors we are hard wired to need.

This book looks at “corporate responsibility” on the food manufacturers part.

Lustig is the famous author of the youtube video The Bitter Truth.

This book is an A to Z on how processed food damages the body, disturbs endocrine function and makes us fat.

A must read.