Recommended Reading

At Holistic Care Approach, we enjoy sharing the latest books on holistic topics, alternative health and wellness with our clientele. Here’s some of our more recent favorites:

Abraham-Hicks, Ask and It Is Given

Brownstein, D. & Shenefelt, S. ( 2006)  The Guide To Healthy Eating.  Bloomfield, MI:  Healthy Lifestyles.

Brownstein, D. & Shenefelt, S. ( 2006)  The Miracle of Natural Hormones.  Bloomfield, MI:  Healthy Lifestyles.

Brownstein, D. & Shenefelt, S. ( 2006)  Overcoming Thyroid Disorders.  Bloomfield, MI:  Healthy Lifestyles.

Brownstein, D. & Shenefelt, S. ( 2006)  Overcoming Arthritis.  Bloomfield, MI:  Healthy Lifestyles.

Brownstein, D M.D “ Drugs that Don’t Work and Natural Therapies that Do!
. Copyright 2007

Campbell, T.C., & Campbell, T.M. (2006).  The China Study.  The most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted and the startling implications for diet, weight loss and long-term health.  Dallas, TX: Benbella Books.
Consumer Corporation, Healthier at Home

Ettlinger, S.  (2007).  Twinkie, Deconstructed.  My journey to discover how the ingredients found in processed foods are grown, mined (yes, mined) and manipulated into what America eats.  NYC:  Hudson Street Press/Penguin Group.

Emoto, Masuru (2004). The Hidden Messages in Water Atria Books, New York, New York

Frontier Co-op.com

James Kat, The Truth About Beauty

Katz, D. & Gonzalez, M. (2002).  The Way to Eat.  A six-step path to lifelong weight control.  Naperville, IL:  Sourcebooks.

Kesten, D.  (2007).  Feeding the Body, Nourishing the Soul.  White River Junction, VT:  White River Press.

McEwen, B.  (2002).  The End of Stress as We Know It.  Washington, DC:  Joseph Henry Press.

Nantz, M.; Rowe, C.A.; Nieves, Jr., C.; Percival, SS.  (2006).  Immunity and antioxidant capacity in humans is enhanced by consumption of a dried, encapsulated fruit and vegetable juice concentrate.  JN: The Journal of Nutrition.  136:2606-2610.

Pelletier, Ken,  The Best Alternative Medicine

Pollan, M. (2008).  In Defense of Food.  An Eater’s Manifesto.  NYC:  Penguin.

Pollan, M. (2006).  The Omnivore’s Dilemma.  A Natural History of Four Meals.  NYC:  Penguin

Schulkin, J. (2004).  Allostasis, homeostasis and the Costs of Physiological Adaptation.  Cambridge, UK:  Cambridge University Press.

Sears, W., Sears, M. Sears, J. & Sears, R.  (2006).  The Healthiest Kid in the Neighborhood.  Ten ways to get your family on the right nutritional track.  NYC:  Little, Brown & Company.

Shealy, Norman & Myss, Carolyn The Creation of Health

Travis, J.W., & Ryan, R.S. (2001).  Simply Well. Choices for a healthy life.  Berkeley, CA:  Ten Speed Press.

Travis, J.W., & Ryan, R.S. (1988).  Wellness Workbook.  How to achieve enduring health and vitality (2nd ed.).  Berkeley, CA:  Ten Speed Press.

Travis, J.W., & Ryan, R.S. (2004).  Wellness Index: A Self-Assessment of Health and Vitality (3rd ed.).  Berkeley, CA:  Ten Speed Press.

Teiltelbom, Jacob MD , Pain Free 1-2-3 Copyright 2006

Vartabedian, R.  Nutripoints:  Healthy Eating Made Simple.  www.nutripoints.com

Wansink, B. (2006).  Mindless Eating.  Why we eat more than we think.  NYC:  Bantam.

Childre, D. & Rozman, D. (2005).  Transforming Stress:  The HeartMath® Solution for Relieving Worry, Fatigue, and Tension.  Oakland, CA:  New Harbinger Publications, Inc.

Luskin, F. & Pelletier, K.R. (2005).  Stress Free for Good:  10 Scientifically Proven Life Skills for Health and Happiness.  NY:  Harper.

Pink, D. H.  (2006).  A Whole New Mind:  Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the World.  NY:  Riverhead Books.

Say Goodbye to Illness:
Dr. Devi Nambudripad M.D., D. C., L.Ac, PhD   Copyright Third Edition 2002