If you have had a cancer diagnosis you will probably have been told that exercise is beneficial at all stages, but not how to do this, what is safe and what is appropriate for you. Cancer rehab personal trainer Carolyn Garritt provides a practical, illustrated guide based on many years' experience and her work with Maggie's Cancer Support.
Dr Myhill's tried-and-tested guide to following a paleo-ketogenic diet - a nutritional approach that combines the benefits of paleo (pre-agricultural wholefoods) with ketogenic (fueling the body with fibre and fats) eating. This is the 'how to do it' book that shows you how to put her approach to sustainable health into practice.
An expose of the hidden and latent (crypto) infections that are driving many of our most serious contemporary diseases with Borrelia (the spirochete that causes Lyme disease) and other tick-borne pathogens as exemplars of the blind eye being turned to inconvenient truths
If you have a chronic health problem, or particularly a cluster of chronic health problems, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, poor sleep and fatigue, insulin resistance could be the underlying problem. But what is it and how do you know if you have it? Specialist nurse Hanna Purdy shows you what to look for and what to do about it.
A practical guide for parents, teachers, youth workers and others caring for and working with teenagers/young adults who engage in self-harming and have suicidal thoughts - or even attempt suicide. It includes many tips on how to support vulnerable teenagers and increase their self-esteem and resilience
Inflammation is a key aspect of our response to infection - acute and chronic - and injury but causes chronic problems if it does not RESOLVE. Barry Sears explains what this means in practice and the principles of Pro-resolution Nutrition so that we can all maintain ourselves in 'the Zone' - the physiological state of optimal health.