Westonaprice.org is a non-profit organisation that educates about Dr. Weston Price’s research, which demonstrated that humans achieve perfect health only when they consume nutrient-dense whole foods and the vital fat-soluble activators found exclusively in animal fats.
wisefood.com.au is run by Julie Phillips. Her quest for the wisdom of ‘food as medicine’ started in the late 80’s. With an open mind for uncovering the truth, her journey passionately continues. Julie offers private consultations in Shiatsu Massage, Oriental Medicine and Food as Medicine. She also runs Wise Food seminars and gives lectures at the College of Oriental Medicine. Phone consultations are available interstate and internationally. Her speciality is paediatrics.
Health Freedom News is available from thenhf.com. It is a magazine that features articles about the latest methods of alternative healing, threats to health, vaccinations, fluoridation, mercury fillings, aspartame, environmental toxins, violations of freedom by FDA raids on doctors, nutrition centres and makers of nutrition, health products, and more.
Mercola.com provides articles about the most up to date natural health information. It also exposes corporate, government, and mass media hype that causes ill-health.
Health and Nutrition Books
Good calories, Bad Calories, by Gary Taubes. Gary Taubes tries to bury the idea that a low-fat diet promotes weight loss and better health. Obesity is caused, he argues, not by the quantity of calories you eat but by the quality. Carbohydrates, particularly refined ones like white bread and pasta, raise insulin levels, promoting the storage of fat.
Food Enzymes for Health and Longevity, by Edward Howell.
How to Eat, Move, and Be Healthy! by Paul Chek. For more information: chekinstitute.com
The Body Knows…How to Stay Young, by Caroline Sutherland.
The Great Cholesterol Con: The Truth about What Really Causes Heart Disease and How to Avoid It, by Malcolm Kendrick.
The Cholesterol Myths: Exposing the Fallacy that Saturated Fat and Cholesterol Cause Heart Disease, by Uffe Ravnskov.
Naturally Better: Dramatically Improve Your Child’s Life Naturally, by Kristen Morrison. It explains natural options for easing allergies, improving behaviour, boosting the immune system, and more. This book was written by a mother who was able to achieve extraordinary health for her own son born with Down Syndrome, with no sign of immune system weakness or ‘mental deficiency’. For more information: naturallybetterkids.com
Nourishing Traditions, by Sally Fallon and Mary G. Enig.
Suicide by Sugar: A Startling Look at Our #1 National Addiction, by Nancy Appleton and G. N. Jacobs.
Sugar Blues, by William Dufty
Why We Get Fat, by Gary Taubes. Reveals the bad nutritional science of the last century—none more damaging than the “calories-in, calories-out” model of why we get fat—and the good science that has been ignored, especially regarding insulin’s regulation of our fat tissue. He also answers key questions: Why are some people thin and others fat? What roles do exercise and genetics play in our weight? What foods should we eat or avoid?
Woman to Woman: Managing Your Hormones Safely and Naturally, by Kim Balson. It is an easy-to-read handbook about managing menopause, PMS, mood swings, weight gain, memory loss, period problems and teenage hormonal issues. For more information: kimbalson.com
Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, by Dr Christiane Northrup.
Gentle Birth, Gentle Mothering: A Doctor’s Guide to Natural Childbirth and Gentle Early Parenting Choices, by Dr Sarah Buckley. For more information: sarahbuckley.com
Awakening to the Secret Code of Your Mind, by Darren R. Weissman.
Change Your Thoughts—Change Your Life: Living the Wisdom of the Tao, by Wayne Dyer.
The Power of Infinite Love and Gratitude: An Evolutionary Journey to Awakening Your Spirit, by Darren R. Weissman.
Power, Freedom and Grace, by Deepak Chopra.
You Can Heal Your Life, by Louise L. Hay. It helps Readers heal the emotional causes of health issues.
Women, Food and God, by Geneen Roth. It helps readers address issues with emotional eating habits.