Book Reviews

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Eating Animals

February 11th, 2013 by Elly McGuinness, Natural Balance Health and Fitness

When Jonathan found out he was going to be a father, the motivation for this book was born. He simply wanted to know where meat comes from, how it is produced, how animals are treated and to what extent that matters. This book is primarily focused on how our food choices affect the ecology of … Read the Rest

The Journey

July 25th, 2012 by Annette Burrell, Emotional Therapy

The Journey is Brandon’s personal story of healing from a huge tumour in her uterus in just over 6 weeks. It is actually a book about freedom, because it details the other major happenings that occurred in her life (fire destroyed her house, her daughter wanted no contact, her husband left her) and how she … Read the Rest

Aushadh Rahasya: The Secret of Ayurvedic Herbs and Disorders of the Mind

June 22nd, 2013 by Durgadas (Rodney) Lingham, Arogya Ayurvedic Health Ltd

Aushadh Rahasya, a book that describes Ayurveda and herbs in a unique fashion and includes in-depth studies on Psychological and Neurological conditions as Fibromyalgia, Cerebral Palsy, MS, Insomnia, Anxiety, Hemiplegia and more diseases, and their Ayurvedic treatment. It starts off with the basics of Ayurveda and includes spiritual, mantric and astrological considerations, as well as … Read the Rest

How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy!

February 11th, 2013 by Elly McGuinness, Natural Balance Health and Fitness

Paul Chek is a hugely respected ‘guru’ of the health and fitness industry who has spent many years dedicated to helping others achieve physical, emotional, mental and spiritual health; fitness; and high-end athletic performance. ‘How to eat, move and be healthy’ enables you to create a customised plan of action to achieve and maintain your … Read the Rest

Rushing Woman’s Syndrome

February 11th, 2013 by Elly McGuinness, Natural Balance Health and Fitness

Do you love coffee to the point that you feel deprived if you cannot get your daily fix? Do you feel you need coffee for energy, to help your brain function, or so you can make your bowels move? Do you have problems with your periods? Feel overwhelmed often? Feel there are not enough hours … Read the Rest