Recommended Reading

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Life at the Bottom: The Worldview That Makes the Underclass 

Theodore Dalrymple  

Here is a searing account-probably the best yet published-of life in the underclass and why it persists as it does. Theodore Dalrymple, a British psychiatrist who treats the poor in a slum hospital and a prison in England, has seemingly seen it all. Yet in listening to and observing his patients, he is continually astonished by the latest twist of depravity that exceeds even his own considerable experience. Dalrymple’s key insight in Life at the Bottom is that long-term poverty is caused not by economics but by a dysfunctional set of values, one that is continually reinforced by an elite culture searching for victims. This culture persuades those at the bottom that they have no responsibility for their actions and are not the molders of their own lives.

The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals

Michael Pollan 

Today, buffeted by one food fad after another, America is suffering from what can only be described as a national eating disorder. Will it be fast food tonight, or something organic? Or perhaps something we grew ourselves? The question of what to have for dinner has confronted us since man discovered fire. But as Michael Pollan explains in this revolutionary book, how we answer it now, as the dawn of the twenty-first century, may determine our survival as a species. Packed with profound surprises, The Omnivore’s Dilemmais changing the way Americans thing about the politics, perils, and pleasures of eating.

Forever Free From Chronic Pain: The Pain Sufferer’s Guide to Getting Your Life Back 

Brian A. Rothbart and Linda F. Penzabene 

Professor Brian Rothbartis one of the top internationally recognized expert in the elimination of chronic back, neck, hip, knee, and foot pain. With 40 years as a pioneering researcher and physician, Professor Rothbart discovered a previously unknown source of chronic muscle and joint pain and invented an innovative therapy which eliminates it without the use of drugs or surgery. He has not only eliminated his own chronic pain, but has helped thousands of others find that same freedom and get their life back.

Walking: A Complete Guide to the Complete Exercise 

Casey Meyers 

Walking is actually the safest, least expensive and overall most beneficial way to lose weight and improve cardiovascular health. Casey Meyers was diagnosed in 1995 at high risk for stroke or heart attack, and he has been out daily walking for his life–literally. Meyers (a fit and active 79) has conducted hundreds of walking clinics nationwide. In this revised and updated classic, he shows you how to achieve a healthier, happier life through exercise-walking.

Your Thyroid and How to Keep It Healthy 

Barry Durrant-Peatfield 

Thyroid problems, especially thyroid underactivity, are on the increase but notoriously difficult to diagnose. Many sufferers have years of treatment for their symptoms rather than for the underlying problem. In this fully revised and updated second edition of Dr Durrant-Peatfield’s acclaimed book you will learn how to recognize thyroid problems in yourself and how to take an active part in your own treatment.

Aspartame Disease: An Ignored Epidemic

H. J. Roberts 

The definitive book on complications from the use of “diet” products. It details two decades of extensive corporate-neutral research involving 1200 victims in the author’s database.

Solved: The Riddle of Illness

Stephen Langer and James Scheer 

Called “The Great Masquerader,” hypothyroidism (low thyroid function) is one of the most prevalent and least diagnosed disorders by physicians, yet it can be the underlying cause of or contribute to any of 64 ailments, from obesity and chronic fatigue to fibromyalgia and cancer. In this new edition, you will discover how to determine if you suffer from low thyroid function; how to differentiate between low thyroid function and hypoglycemia; how to use simple, inexpensive treatments; and much more. It also includes new chapters on environmental toxins, pregnancy, obesity, and how your thyroid influences other glands.

Safe Uses of Cortisol  

William McK. Jefferies

The Third Edition of this popular book brings up to date the material that so many readers found helpful in the previous editions. The text has been revised and reorganized with current chapters focusing on the history of cortisol use, sources of confusion regarding cortisol therapy, the significance of normal adrenocortical function, generally accepted uses of physiological dosage, viral infections, miscellaneous clinical conditions, and future directions for research and therapy. Every physician should be made to read this invaluable work on a little-understood topic.

Overcoming Thyroid Disorders

David Brownstein 

“Overcoming Thyroid Disorders” by Dr. David Brownstein is a ground-breaking book about how a holistic program can be used to treat Hypothyroidism, Hashimoto’s Disease, Graves” Disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia and many other conditions. This book will show you how a natural treatment program consisting of: natural thyroid hormone, other natural hormones, vitamins, minerals, diet modifications and detoxification can successfully treat many thyriod and other conditions.

The Cholesterol Myths: Exposing the Fallacy That Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease

Uffe Ravnskov 

Dr. Ravnskov takes aim at one of the biggest medical myths of our time–that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease–and slays the Goliath with page after page of brilliant analysis. Anyone who has been told to go on a lowfat diet or take cholesterol-lowering drugs should read this book first. . . and then give it to his or her doctor!

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