The Wellsville Diet is the result of years of research into diet
and health. The author, Jay Banks, details a drug-free program that
naturally healed him of irritable bowel syndrome, chronic
constipation, allergies, chronic fatigue, and more. Amazingly, Jay
lost over 100 pounds on his journey to health! And even though
weight loss was not his initial goal, he reveals the basic
principles of successful weight loss he learned along the way.
Coming Spring of 2004.
Vegetables and Fruit Juices
by Dr. Norman Walker
In FRESH VEGETABLES AND FRUIT JUICES, "Dr. Walker has, for the first time in history,
written a complete guide of the Therapeutic uses of our more common, everyday
vegetables when taken in the form of fresh, raw juices. It will be of
considerable help to those who wish to derive the utmost benefit from the
natural foods which God created for the nourishment of Man." Dr. Walker
categorically lists vegetable juices, explains their elements, and in
cooperation with Doctor Pope, provides suggestions for effective treatment of
Hydropathy, And Exercise Nature's
Wonderful Remedies for the cure of all Diseases.
A rare classic meets the digital age as Bernarr Macfadden's Fasting,
Hydropathy And Exercise, Natures Wonderful Remedies for the Cure of
all Acute and Chronic Disease, becomes available again as an
ebook. Originally published in 1900, Bernarr Macfadden, a life-long
advocate of physical fitness, natural food, outdoor exercise, and
the natural treatment of disease, makes the case for fasting and
exercise as a cure for disease in general. Many specific treatments
for various diseases are included, as well. The ebook is a faithful
reproduction of the original and includes all 217 pages and all
original artwork and photographs. The ebook is available to
purchase and download now.
The Sunfood Diet Success System effortlessly drops away
unwanted pounds, boosts your immune system, enhances your
relationships, lengthens life, brings you closer to the spiritual
realms, allows you to think more creatively, clears emotional
blockages, improves your performance in business, and creates a
healthier, happier life for you and those around you.
Dr. Edward Howell
Dr. Howell is often called the "father of food enzymes."
During the '30's and'40's of this century, he did incredible
research to prove that food enzymeswere an essential nutrient, and
that cooking and processing of foods destroythem, thereby creating
dramatic changes in our ability to digest food and remain healthy.
This is a classic in the field.
Curse of Louis Pasteur by
Nancy Appleton, Ph.d.
Could it be that we're looking in the wrong direction for the answer
to the cause of disease? Dr. Nancy Appleton's investigation led her
to Louis Pasteur's germ theory, and to the inevitable conclusion
that this theory has overpowered other ideas about the origins and
development of disease.
Might disease be caused generally not by outside microscopic
invaders, as the germ theory states, but by ourselves, in what we
think, say, feel, do, and eat?
Let Dr. Appleton show you
A scientific option to Louis Pasteur's germ
Why some people get sick and others do not.
Why medicines heal some and not others.
Why some people get well without medicines and
others do not get well with or without medicines.
How your body can resist infectious and
The true cause of disease, the true cause of
Grass Nature's Finest Medicine by
Everything you need to know about this wonder plant and its miracle
cures. Including why it works, where to get it and where to go for
help. How to grow it, juice it, take it and create a total health
restoration program. Includes nutrition, research, healing retreats,
detoxification, history, chlorophyll, cancer, real stories by real
people. Wheat, barley and Kamut grasses.
In a revolutionary approach to weight loss and improved health,
author Ray Audette presnts his groundbreaking "caveman"
diet—an eating program that stems from the notion that what we ate
before agriculture and technology evolved is still what our
bodies need to function effectively, stave off disease, and stay
lean and healthy.
Read Neanderthin and you'll discover:
How to become a modern-day Hunter-Gatherere and
give up the addictive foods and habits that have kept you unhealthy
How a high-calorie, high-fat diet can actually
make you leaner
Tips for getting started on Neanderthin Diet,
sticking with it, keeping a food diary, and more
Becoming NeanderFit: a five-week exercise plan
to complement your new diet
Paleo Diet by
Loren Cordain, Ph.D.
Lose weight and get healthy by eating the food you were designed to
While it would be easy to turn this diet into the Atkins diet, if
used wisely the Paleo Diet has a lot of good information in it. What
differentiates the Paleo Diet from the pack is that it allows you to
eat all the fresh fruits and nonstarchy vegetables you want.
the Feet Can Tell Thru Reflexology by
Eunice D. Ingham
Even thought this book was originally copywrited in 1938 it remains
a classic in the field. The photographs and diagrams are excellent.
Every part of the body is covered, in terms of how foot massage [or
reflexology] may help alleviate pain and illness. The author has
some very moving stories of how people with seeming impossible
injuries or illnesses were helped by these techniques. This is an
excellent little book. I thoroughly enjoyed it and highly recomment
G. Edward Griffinmarshals
the evidence that cancer is a deficiency disease – like scurvy or
pellagra – aggravated by the lack of an essential food compound in
modern man's diet. That substance is vitamin B17. In its purified
form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as Laetrile.
is not approved by orthodox medicine. The FDA, the AMA, and The
American Cancer Society have labeled it fraud and quackery. Yet the
evidence is clear that here, at last, is the final answer to the
orthodox medicine waged war against this non-drug approach? The
author contends that the answer is to be found, not in science, but
in politics – and is based upon the hidden economic and power
agenda of those who dominate the medical establishment.
billions of dollars spent each year on research, with other billions
taken in on the sale of cancer-related drugs, and with fund-raising
at an all-time high, there are now more people making a living from
cancer than dying from it. If the solution should be found in a
simple vitamin, this gigantic industry could be wiped out over
night. The result is that the politics of cancer therapy is
more complicated than the science.
Citing static survival rates, the medical
establishment's support of "proven cures" including
chemotherapy and its refusal to fund research into other therapies,
Moss reveals that the medical establishment favors drug companies,
carcinogen-causing and pollution-causing industries rather than
potential and actual patients. PW called this a "tough-minded
updated version of his 1980 The Cancer Syndrome."
to Raise a Health Child by
Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, renowned pediatrician and
author advises parents on home treatment and diagnosis of colds and
flus, childhood illnesses, vision and hearing problems, allergies,
and more. PLUS, a complete section on picking the right doctor for
your child, step-by-step instructions for knowing when to call a
doctor, and much more.
MTV Yoga is surprisingly good. Advertised as a
"faster-paced, upbeat" alternative to standard yoga
workouts, the practice is actually quite traditional, based on the
"vinyasa" (i.e., flowing series of poses) style. Beginning
with several sun salutations, which are among the most vigorous sets
of poses in yoga, it includes a variety of standing positions,
lunges, twists, backbends, and so on. McGee knows her stuff,
especially when it comes to breath instruction, the focus of any
good practice; she also breaks down several of the more difficult asanas
following the main 40-minute practice.
Voight's Pure and Simple Stretch
Miller's Step Reebok "The Video"
With the look and feel of a music video and motivating music,
Step Reebok puts you in the middle of a unique and dynamic group
workout. Unique music transitions, Gin's verbal and visual cues make
it almost impossible to miss a single step. The high tech, high
energy workout is led by Gin Miller, the inventor of the Step Reebok
program. As Gin leads the workout, her experience and creativity are
reflected in the ease and simplicity of the transitions. This is a
unique work that helped launch a trend and inspired millions
worldwide. This timeless video is a must for every home exercise
video collection. There will never be another one like this!
Barbara Stitt's book, Food
and Behavior, is dedicated to the children and
adults who have been mis-led and mis-fed. In other words, it
is dedicated to America. In fact, even though Barbara became
intimately involved with the relationship between food and
behavior mainly through her work as a probation officer, most
Americans could read this book and relate it to problems of
their own or those of some friend or family member — even
though these problems didn't necessarily lead to run-ins with