A Thumbs Up Book Review
The following books have not had full reviews written, but deserve a “Thumbs Up.”
|Solved: The Riddle of Illness
by Stephen Langer, MDWell-documented work on the importance of a healthy thyroid gland. Dr. Langer itemizes the maladies that can result from the often-misdiagnosed problem of an underactive thyroid and delineates important nutrients for the health of this all-important organ, including sufficient fat-soluble vitamins.
by Edward Howell, MDPioneering work on the role of food enzymes in diet and health. Reveals the dangers of diets composed entirely of cooked foods and problems posed by pasteurization of dairy products. Dr. Howell’s work led to a renewed interest in lacto-fermented foods.
|Food Enzymes for Health and Longevity
by Edward Howell, MDRecently republished volume contains more of Dr. Howell’s fascinating research on food enzymes in human and animal diets.
by William DuftyClassic work on the dangers of sugar, written in a highly entertaining style.
|Farms of Tomorrow Revisited
by Trauger Groh and Steven McFaddenA handbook for communities and groups that want to support organic and biodynamic farming and have access to nutrient-dense produce and dairy products.
|Eat Fat, Lose Fat
by Sally Fallon and Mary EnigThis revolutionary, science-based food program explains why we must eat healthy saturated fats–especially coconut oil–to achieve weight loss and good health. Read more about the book at www.eatfatlosefat.com.