Aug
09

The Body Electric, Robert O. Becker

Electromagnetism has profound influences on life. Robert O. Becker conducted early research into effects of man-made frequencies on health and disease. This book is an excellent overview of some of the research that was conducted in the 1950’s and 1960’s following large-scale translation of research conducted in the then Soviet Union.

Aug
09

Why We Sleep, Matthew Walker

Humans sleep for approximately one third of their lives. Why? Sleep has evolved in essentially all multicellular organisms because of the critical processes that take place during this restful phase. Good sleep cannot be undermined and needs to be at the core of all health programs.

Aug
09

Biochemical Individuality, Roger J. Williams

Everyone is unique. There is not one person on this planet that has the same biochemical makeup as you. This concept needs to be at the forefront of medicine. The inter- and intra-individual differences between people build a strong case for adequate biochemical testing and highly personalised solutions to ailments and disease.

Aug
09

Nutrition and Physical Degeneration, Weston A. Price

Since the 1930’s, Weston A. Price’s research with populations not yet encroached by Western foods revealed that developmental abnormalities were essentially non-existent in these cultures. The role of high quality and nutrient dense foods prior to pregnancy, during pregnancy and during infancy was apparent in the prevention of poor facial development and subsequent health problems.

Aug
09

Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art, James Nestor

Breathing is too often overlooked in the health sphere. Proper breathing mechanics are vital to health and wellbeing. Nasal breathing has been shown to reduce the risk of asthma, dermatitis and allergies. Poor nutrition during pregnancy and infancy can lead to poor facial development, making nasal breathing difficult. The resulting epidemic of mouth-breathing is an unrecognised contributor to disease.

Aug
09

Health and Light, John Ott

Light influences life in the most profound of ways. Ott’s work was some of the first to outline the profundity of light’s impact on physiology. His work with plants, animals and humans goes a long way to highlight how embracing the sun can improve our health.

Aug
09

The Fourth Phase of Water, Gerald Pollack

Water is probably the most important component of life. With little investigation, we actually learn that we don’t know very much about water’s properties. By taking a more critical and open-minded look into the science of water, we can get a glimpse into how we can use water as a therapeutic. Hydration is something not often discussed in medicine, but it could become a primary healing tool in the future.

Aug
09

Letting Go: The Pathway to Surrender, David Hawkins

The power to let go of the things that are in the past and which you have no control over can be a powerful tool in health. Hawkins’ decades of research and work in the field have made him an authority on the subject of psychology. His work is the most simple and elegant conceptualisation of the dilemma we face as conscious beings and how we can overcome it.

Aug
08

The Biology of Belief: Bruce Lipton

The nature of our thoughts and emotions have profound impacts on the ways in which we experience the world. By learning that consciousness and health cannot be separated, we can learn how to control our health and perceptions in a way that makes us positive and courageous. Lipton’s work is paramount for anyone who seeks to unify their mind and body.