Nutrition, Diet & Cook Books
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The Wahls Protocol
Dr Terry Wahls (2017)
Dr Terry Wahls has MS (not ME). The book describes the nutrient-rich paleo protocol that allowed her to reverse many of her symptoms. Paleo-ketogenic diets have helped a lot of ME sufferers. This book lays out the rationale and the principles
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Basant K Puri (2005)
Treating CFS with EPA (omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids)
You Are What you Eat
Gillian McKeith (2004)
Includes a food IQ test to see what your diet is doing to you, avises on how to banish cravings, prevent food related health problems like diabetes, discoer how small changes will make a big difference (without eating less)
The Magnesium Miracle
Dr Carolyn Dean (2003)
“Magnesium alleviates and helps prevent muscle pain and spasms, insomnia, osteoporosis, heart disease, strokes, depression, arthritis, asthma and diabetes”. Magnesium deficiency causes further problems. The book tells us which foods and lifestyles can help.
Food and Mood Handbook
Amanda Geary (2001)
This book contains guidelines for changing what you eat to improve the way you feel, explanations of some of the effects of food on mood, has ten quick good mood food recipes & introduces the “Mind Meal” for mental health.
Coping with Candida
Shirley Trickett (1994)
How Candida works, how it causes problems, why it is increasing and how to eliminate it from your life.
Candida: Diet Against It
Luc De Schepper (1986)
A brief introduction to Candida, some overall nutritional guidelines and a few suggested recipes/ meal plans
Herbs and Health
Nicola Peterson (1989)
A glossary of herbs and their use in medicine, plus safe, gentle remedies for familiar minor ailments, and an explanation of how herbs help your health
The Best Gluten-Free, Wheat-Free and Dairy-Free Recipes
Grace Cheetham (2008)
Over 100 recipes, with short preparation time – mostly 5-10 minutes
Erica White (1999)
Over 300 recipes aimed at overcoming candidiasis