Book review: Breath

Book review: Breath

Brilliant book written by James Nestor on the importance of the breath and how a simple art has been lost in our busy lives – causing sickness. Our breath can be a powerful tool to help improve our health and reduce illnesses. This book has terrific references...
Book Review: The Rebel’s Apothecary

Book Review: The Rebel’s Apothecary

Research is showing how the cannabis plant is helpful for so many conditions – including depression, anxiety, epilepsy, cancer, schizophrenia, pain, inflammation, addiction, post traumatic stress disorder, autism, and autoimmune disease. I present to you some...
Book Review: The carbon dioxide syndrome

Book Review: The carbon dioxide syndrome

Allergies : Asthma : Fatigue : Snoring : Stress : Panic : IBS What stress does to the body: “The sum of the biological reactions to any adverse stimulus, physical, or emotional, internal or external, that tends to disturb an organism’s homoeostasis; should...
Book Review: Younger

Book Review: Younger

Younger by Sara Gottfried MD. This book is for all women who would like to reverse their aging and improve their health. Dr Sara has also written other amazing books for women’s health [The Hormone Cure] which is great and is highly respected in the Health...
Book Review: A New Earth

Book Review: A New Earth

A new earth – Eckhart Tolle The core of ego There is nothing that strengthens the ego more than being right. Being right is identification with a mental position – a perspective, an opinion, a judgment, a story. For you to be right, of course, you need...
Book review: Eat to beat disease

Book review: Eat to beat disease

Eat to beat disease by Dr William Li An amazing book that he has put together to help people understand how to manage their health through food. Targeted around Cancer, but also to help other chronic illnesses that are on the rise around the world. DNA protection Most...

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