This page is set up to help others learn, as I have, from books, research articles and other practitioners;



These are many of the books I have read and learned from. I may not agree with everythingthey have to say, but I have taken bits and pieces from each of them and created mypractice.

Nutritional Books:

Nutrition for Women,   Dr. Ray Peat
Mind and Tissue,  Dr. Ray Peat
Inflammation Nation,  Floyd H Chilton. Phd
The Cholesterol Myth,  Robert Buist
Fiber Menace,  Konstantin Monastyrsky
Nourishing Traditions,  Sally Fallon
The Schwarzbein Principle,  Diane Schwarzbein, MD
Nutrition and Physical Degeneration,  Westin A Price DDS
The China Study,  T. Colin Campbell, PhD & Thomas M. Campbell II, MD
Good Calories, Bad Calories,  Gary Taubes
The Paleo Solution,  Robb Wolf
Eat Fat, Lose Fat,  Dr. May Enig and Sally Fallon
The Untold Milk Story,  Ron Schmid, ND.
The Biological  Time Bomb,  Gordon Taylor
The Raw Milk Revolution,  David E Gumpert
Devil in The Milk,  Keith Woodford
The Power of 4,  Paula Owens
Your Gut Has a Mind of Its Own, The Second Brain,  Micheal D Gershon M.D.
The Gabriel Method,  Jon Gabriel
The Metabolic Typing Diet,  William Wolcott
Your Body’s Many Cries for Water,  F. Batmanghelidj
The No-Grain Diet,  Dr. Joseph Mercola
Under the Veil of Deception,  Paul Chek
Eat Move and Be Healthy,  Paul Chek
Nutritional Almanac,  Lavon Dunne
Wheat Belly:  Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight, and Find Your Path Back To Health,  William Davis, MD
Ignore the awkward!  How the Cholesterol myths are kept Alive,  Uffe Ravnshov
The Liver and Gallbladder Miracle Cleanse: An All Natural, At-Home Flush to Purity and Rejuvenaton,  Andreas Moritz
The Whole Soy Story: The Dark Side of America’s Favorite Health Food,  K. Daniel
Prescription for Nutritional Healing,  Phyllis  A.  Balch, CNC
Why Stomach Acid is Good For You:  Natural Relief from Heartburn, Indigestion, Reflux and Gerd,  J. Wright, L. Lenard
The Greatest Show on Earth, The Evidence For Evolution, Richard Dawkins
Vitamin K2 and Calcium Paradox:   How a Little-Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life,  Kate Rheaume-Bleue
The Iodine Crisis: What You Don’t Know About Iodine Can Wreck Your Life,  Lynne Farrow

 Endocrine System/Hormone Books

Endocrine Physiology,  Dr. Constance R. Martin
The Functional Approach to Hypothyroidism,  Dr. Ken Blanchard
What Your Doctor May NOT tell you about Hypothyroidism,  Dr. Ken Blanchard
Living Well With Hypothyroidism,  Mary J. Shoman
Stop the Thyroid Madness,  Janie A. Bowthorpe
Hypothyroidism Type 2,  Dr. Mark Starr
Hypothyroidism:  The Unsuspected Illness,  Dr. Broda Barnes
The Hormone Diet,  Natasha  Turner  N.D.
Unhinged, The Trouble with Psychiatry,  Dr. Daniel J. Carlat
Adrenal Fatigue,  James L. Wilson, N.D.
The Trouble with Testosterone,  Robert M. Sapolsky
Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers,  Robert M. Sapolsky
The Emperor’s New Drugs, Exploring the Antidepressant Myth,  Irving Kirsh, PhD
Hormone Balance Made Simple,  Dr. John Lee, M.D.
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About:  Menopause, Dr. John Lee, M.D.
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About: Premenopause,  Dr. John Lee, MD.
Recovering with T3,  Paul Robinson
From PMS to Menopause: The Female Hormones in Context.  Dr. Ray Peat
Progesterone In Orthomolecular Medicine,  Dr. Ray Peat
Generative Energy,  Dr. Ray Peat
The Cortisol Connection,  Shawn Talbott, PhD

Physical/ Training Books

Muscles Testing and Function 4th addition,  Kendall, McCreary, Provance
The Impact! Body Plan,  Todd Durkin
Human Anatomy and Physiology,  John W. Hole
Exercise Physiology,  AcArdie, F. Katch, V. Katch
The Genius of Flexibility,  Bob Cooley
The Core Program,  Peggy W Brill
Core Performance Endurance,  Mark Verstegen
Core Performance,  Mark Verstegen
Stretching for Performance,  Dr. Chris Oswald & Dr. Stanley Bacso
Strength Training Anatomy,  Frederic Delavier
Medicine Ball For All,  Patrick Mediate and Avery Faigenbaum
Kinesiology, Scientific Basis of Human Movement,  Luttgens, Deutsch, Hamilton
Pilates Back Stretching,  Michael King and Yolande Green
Training and Sports Conditioning,  Todd Durkin
The Essence of Program Design,  Juan Carlos Santana
Scientific Shoulder Training,  Paul Chek
Scientific Back Training,  Paul Chek
Scientific Core Training,  Paul Chek
Program Design,  Paul Chek
Primal Movement Patterns,  Paul Chek
The Purposeful Primitive,  Marty Gallagher

Spiritual Healing Books 

You Can Heal Your Life,  Louise L. Hay
The Power of Now,  Eckhart Tolle
The Alchemist,  Paulo Coelho
The Book of Chakra Healing,  Liz Simpson
Getting the Love You Want,  Harville Hendrix PhD
Giving the Love that Heals,  Harville Hendrix PhD
I AM Word,  Paul Selig
The Book of Love and Creation: A Channeled Text,  Paul Selig
I Need Your Love—Is that True?   Byron Katie
The Mastery of Love,  Don Miguel Ruiz
The Four Agreements, Don Miguel Ruiz
Meditation as Medicine,  Dharma Singh Khalsa, MD
Meditation,  Sri Chinmoy
Practical Spirituality,  James A. Ray
No Ordinary Moments,  Dan Millman
The Heart of The Soul,  Gary Zukav
The Seat of the Soul,  Gary Zukav

Mental Books

Drive,  Daniel H. Pink
Secrets of the World Class, Turning Mediocrity into Greatness,  Steve Siebold
Producer,  Wendy Walker
The Success Principles,  Jack Canfield
Flow,  Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Mindset,  Carol Dweck, PhD
Switch,  Chip Heath and Dan Heath
Awaken The Giant Within,  Anthony Robbins
Coach Wooden’s Pyramid of Success,  James Wooden
Outliers,  Malcolm Gladwell
The Tipping Point,  Malcolm Gladwell
Rules of Renegades,  Comaford-Lynch

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Did you know?

"Cold hands, feet, and nose are a sign of increased adrenaline and decreased thyroid. The thyroid hormones and the adrenal hormones, adrenaline and cortisol, are antagonist to each other.
When your thyroid is running well, your adrenaline and cortisol will be kept at bay. When your thyroid is sluggish or at times of stress, adrenaline and cortisol will increase for immediate heat and energy.
Adrenaline mobilizes stored glycogen (stored glucose) and free fatty acids to increase your body’s energy needs. Cortisol will stimulate the breakdown of your body’s own tissue (thymus, connective tissue, muscle) through gluconeogenesis to provide glucose to your cells. (Gluconeogenesis is a metabolic process that generates glucose from non-carbohydrate sources including amino acids [your muscle and ingested protein], glycerol [from triglycerides], pyruvate [a ketone], lactate [glycolysis waste], and certain fatty acids.)
The rise in adrenaline is needed to support your brain and internal organs—while decreasing the circulation to your skin and extremities—producing cold hands, feet, and nose. This stress response is important for short-term survival, but not for long-term health."
Bottom line: Reduce stress and increase metabolic function: Sugar, salt, animal proteins, rest, sleep, saturated fat, time and patiences.
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