Eat to Energize
by Leah E. McCullogh
Maybe this book should have the subtitle, “The Liver Book.” Leah McCullough, “the Fibro Lady” cured herself of chronic fatigue by eating nature’s number-one superfood: liver. She describes a key study in which rats given liver had greatly-increased stamina, and then provides a host of recipes for preparing this traditional sacred food.
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is!
by Stephanie Selene Anderson
This guide to healthy food shopping, now revised and expanded, helps you get started in your journey to health. This WAPF-friendly book makes a good companion to our Shopping Guide.
Mindful Dental Consumer
by John Percival, DDS, MSc
A thorough discussion of all those decisions you need to make before the dentist drills. It covers common procedures such as fillings, inlays, crowns, bridges, veneers, dentures, implants and root canals, and discusses financial considerations as well.
How to Stop Cavities
by Judene Benoit, DDS
We all know about Dr. Price’s protocol for healing cavities, namely cod liver oil and high-vitamin butter oil. Benoit presents a more nuanced approach that looks at other important nutrients, and even explores the role of stress as a cause of dental decay.
by Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD
Conventional oncology delivers a verdict of pancreatic cancer as the onset of doom—pancreatic cancer patients rarely survive one year after diagnosis. Breast cancer patients tend to survive longer, but often succumb after many months of debilitating treatment. The late beloved Nicholas Gonzalez, MD, got true lasting results with these cancers—even to the point of cure. Based on the pioneering research of Dr. John Beard, his protocol uses proteolytic enzymes, diet and detoxification with impressive success. Conquering Cancer provides a roadmap for doctors and patients who want something other than chemotherapy and radiation.
REAL FOOD RECOVERY
by Mandy Blume, BSc, NTP
The effervescent Blume describes the healing diet she has used with foster children, including recipes these children will actually eat!
Updated and revised edition by Sandor Elix Katz
A beautiful revision of Katz’s groundbreaking tome on fermented foods, the new version is an easier read, and contains two of my favorite examples of indigenous fermented brews: gv-no-he-nv, the Cherokee sour corn drink, and chichi, Andean chewed-corn beer. In fact, Katz provides lots of interesting recipes for hooch!
This article appeared in Wise Traditions in Food, Farming and the Healing Arts, the quarterly magazine of the Weston A. Price Foundation, Winter 2016.🖨️ Print post