Health Information Web Sites & E-books - Part 2
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New Trends Publishing are a publisher of a number of books on nutrition, including Sally Fallon's book Nourishing Traditions.
Ecology Health Center or Crohn's.Net is a supplier of probiotic and intestinal health products, and their web site contains some useful information about Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) such as Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn's Disease. It is a commercial web site and is selling supplements as well as offering information.
MSG Truth is a web site that examines the issues around high MSG (Monosodium Glutamate) and Glutamic Acid concentrations in food, an additive to make food more 'beefy' tasting, but in high concentrations can cause a number of potential health problems.
Centre for Science in the Public Interest's web site, specifically the food safety page with respect to additives, is listed below.
Real Milk is a web resource for diet and health information about pasturised and raw milk, and a directory for local suppliers and sources.
Jordan Rubin's web site for The Maker's Diet, includes diet information and the book of the same name.
Dr Batmanghelidj's web site Water Cure is all about the benefits of proper hydration.
CFS Recovery is a web site providing generation information about CFS, causes and treatments.
What the Doctors Don't Tell You is a general 'contrarian' health information web site. The information pertaining to 'M.E.' is reasonably enough although not particularly comprehensive.
Rob Robertson's Fibromyalgia web site is listed below. He also sells his own off the shelf supplements.
Cancer Active is a web site dedicated to information about cancer and different natural cancer treatments.
International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology includes basic information regarding mercury free dentistry and mercury amalgam filling removal.
Nutrition for Optimal Health Association (NOHA) have a number of archived newsletters on their web site on a variety of topics.
The Paleo Diet web site is listed below.
Enzyme University web site is listed below, with many articles on enzymes and digestive health.
A personal account of recovery from HyperThyroidism (i.e. too much Thyroid activity - as opposed to HypoThyroidism, being too little Thyroid activity) can be found at the link below.
The Schwarzbein Principle is a nutritional information web site.
Dr Lee Cowden is a lecturer in a variety of disciplines including applied kinesiology (muscle testing) and has authored a number of books. He is currently based in Phoenix, Arizona.
Touch4Health is a web site about acupuncture and kinesiology techniques.
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) Association's web site is listed below. Please note that I do not recommend using anti-depressants for any condition.
Laser Energetic Detoxification (LED) treatment is a type of laser light-based treatment incorporating homeopathy to enhance the body's natural detoxification processes of specific substances. It has been developed by Dr W. Lee Cowden, MD (see practitioners above). It is not currently available outside of the USA.
Light Beam Generator (LBG) a light-based lympathic therapy for detoxification. The Chiron Clinic in London uses this method and is described briefly below. It is also referenced on the toxicity page.
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) is another light-based detoxification therapy. A web site Laser World below explores this therapy. It is also referenced on the toxicity page.
LymphStar Pro by Alt Med Services is a type of light therapy device used to stimulate the lymphatic system and to break down physical blockages in it, by passing light through a gas prior to striking the body, in a similar way to LBG/OAPD.. However, it differs in that it does not utilise oxygen, but 'ionised noble gas technology'.
Lustre is a light generation device created by a company called Lustre Tech. It is said to utilise cold-gas-ionization technology to produce negatively charged light photons (negative quanta charge). The treatment is known as Electro Lymphatic Drainage/Therapy (ELT).
A personal web site on one person's experiences of Phospholipid Exchange (PLX) Therapy in treating CFS. Features a useful Q&A page.
Below is an interview with Jerry Brunetti, a person who was suffering from Lymphoma, or cancer of the Lymphatic System. It describes the steps he took to cure himself, including nutrition, supplementation and treatments. The article was originally printed in ACRES USA magazine in May 2002 and is available to view in pdf format.
Dr Tullio Simoncini has conduced research into the parallels between systematic candida overgrowth and cancer cell growth, and treatment with Sodium Bicarbonate. His book on the subject can be read at the link below. His main web site is listed at the second link.
An article by Alun Williams examining sport performance enhancement effects of Sodium Bicarbonate, and also the side effects of stomach cramps experienced by some athletes, can be found at the link below.
DIPEX.org is a web site dedicated to personal experiences of illness and lists a variety of conditions.
PositiveHealth.com is a web site with a number of articles about different types of treatments for a variety of conditions.
European Society of Anti-Ageing Medicine
World Society of Anti-Ageing Academy of Medicine
British Holistic Medical Association
British Society of Integrated Medicine
Celiac Disease Foundation web site contains information on intestinal inflammation and gluten intolerance.
The British Society for Ecological Medicine's web site has a find a practitioner function. The society offers training, and runs seminars.
Research Council for Complementary Medicine is based in Harley Street, London.
British Society for Allergy & Clinical Immunology's web site is shown below. it is a member of the National Allergy Strategy Group
Truth Publishing contains a number of free e-books at the link below (of varying quality).
Herb Society UK provides an information newsletters and a book shop regarding the use of herbs in medicine as well as cooking.
The Doctor Within's web site contains a number of articles and lectures transcripts.
The World's Healthiest Foods web site is shown below.
Dr Ben Kim's Experience Your Best Health web site is shown at the link below.
Alternative Health News Online's web site can be found below.
Nutra Ingredients is a web site for 'Breaking News on Supplements and Nutrition' for Europe and may contain the odd interesting article.
Holistic Pediatric Association's web site is shown below.
National Vaccine Information Center's resource page is listed below.
International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology's (IAOMT) web site is shown below.
The Autism Research Institute's web site is listed below. It includes a treatment page also.
Juvenile Hemochromatosis is a genetic disorder that results in the overabsorption of Iron and a set of symptoms that resemble CFS in certain respects. This can however be identified by examining the blood, urine, hair or tissue samples for iron levels, and thus differentiated from 'CFS'. The condition is examined on the Iron Disorders Institute's web site at the link below.
Harry Schultz Letter is a subscription based newsletter mainly focussing on global finance and investing, but also contains a health section.
Centre for Digestive Diseases in Australia has the following information page relating to digestive and intestinal disorders.
Sign onto the NHS Organ Donor Register at the web site below. Not really an information web site, but worthwhile for sure.
Grounded For Life contains a number articles pertained to studies relating to insomnia.
Gary Null's (PhD) web site and Radio Programme 'PRN - Progressive Radio Network' is shown at the link below. The second link is his articles page, containing a number of articles on a variety of health-related topics.
The Institute for Human Individuality (IfHI) is headed by by Dr Peter J. D'Adamo, under the South West College of Naturopathic Medicine. D'Adamo is the author of the Eat Right for your Blood Type Diet.
Fibromyalgia Support Network is a personal web site containing articles and research summaries about Fibromyalgia.
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