For more than 30 years, Yoga Journal has been helping readers achieve the balance and well-being they seek in their everyday lives. With every issue,Yoga Journal strives to inform and empower readers to make lifestyle choices that are healthy for their bodies and minds. We are dedicated to providing in-depth, thoughtful editorial on topics such as yoga, food, nutrition, fitness, wellness, travel, and fashion and beauty.
Explains the efficacy of unprocessed, whole superfoods, especially the raw, enzyme-rich foods that are called "living foods." They include: sprouted millet, sprouted quinoa, alfalfa, aloe vera, green barley grass, flax seeds, parsley, dulse, nort, stevia, sunflower and wild blue-green algae.
The Hippocrates Health Institute has been the preeminent leader in the field of natural and complementary health care and education since 1956. Their philosophy is founded on the belief that a pure enzyme-rich diet, complemented by positive thinking and non-invasive therapies, is an essential element on the path to optimum health. Hippocrates Institute director Dr. Brian Clement shows how the Hippocrates LifeForce Program implements the use of raw living foods to help people stimulate natural immune defenses against cancer, heart disease, and other chronic diseases as well as maintain a healthy weight. This book is the result of many years of research in the field of human health, and includes case studies describing the experiences of people who have successfully healed themselves after conventional Western medicine had given them little of no hope for recovery.
The Food IS Medicine series emphasizes the powerful effect that an organic, plant-based diet has on disease prevention and recovery. The evidence provided in this series suggests that when a diet consists of a wide variety of health-building foods, it protects cells from degeneration and affords greater potential for a longer life. Volume Three compiles summaries of current scientific studies that spotlight the foremost dietary hazards to human health. High on this list are meat, dairy products, and sugar. Processed foods, food additives and food contaminants are also proving to be a potential cause of chronic illness. Brian Clement advocates that avoiding non-foods and an ever increasing group of manmade products is just as important in disease prevention and longevity as the consumption of a proper diet. This indispensable reference provides key findings on dozens of conditions and their relationship to the foods we eat.
Most people feel virtually helpless when it comes to maintaining their health and well-being. What they don't realize is that more than half of all disease is related to nutrition and lifestyle and is thus preventable. This book presents the best and most "do-able" advice from a wide cross-section of nutrition, health, and wellness experts.
Poetry. A new book of poems by the author of You, Me & The Insects and Love Makes Thinking Dark. "In this witty, post-Oulipian take on you-are-what-you-read, Henning dispossesses, recycles, and levels out the singular lines she lifts from the likes of Bataille, Joyce, or Gertrude Stein, all the way to authors of travel aned cookbooks that sit on her shelves. The resulting seventy-one 'sonnets' sound their orphaned music: 'strangers now, but once we were lovers' with the hidden glee of the artist behind her console, sampling, spinning, shredding, and remixing. My Autobiography is a concept, a mirror, a community: see you there!"--Chris Tysh.
A Practical Manual for Understanding, Prevention & Care
Author: Sat Dharam Kaur
Publisher: Robert Rose Incorporated
Category: Health & Fitness
A naturopathic physician presents an all-natural approach to preventing and caring for breast cancer, discussing the hereditary, hormonal, and environmental causes of the ailment and outlining a host of detoxification programs, nutritional approaches, herbal remedies, and other strategies to complement conventional medical treatment and promote recovery.