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by Shakti Parwha Kaur Khalsa
"Kundalini Yoga: A Simple Guide to the
Yoga of Awareness" is an introduction to living your life with more awareness and
spirituality, as well as a guide to the principles of this form of yoga as taught by Yogi
Bhajan, the author's teacher. Kundalini yoga includes habits and practices that
"balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system, and enable us to
harness the energy of the mind and the emotions," explains the author. In this 336
page book she clearly explains many facets of this kundalini lifestyle: breathing
(including breathing exercises), spirituality, food choices and preparation, chants and
meditations, the chakras (energy centers in the body), self-healing, sleep, communication,
and using yoga postures for health.
This is not an exercise book of yoga
postures--although several are illustrated--but a guidebook toward a more spiritual path.
"Spirituality cannot be taught. It has to be caught, you have to get it from someone
who's got it." The book describes the path to a more spiritual life using kundalini
yoga philosophy and practice. You don't have to move to a cave to adopt these
practices--the author shows you how you can use them to balance even a busy, modern
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Foods for Optimum Health"
by Brian R. Clement with Theresa Foy DiGeronimo
This book advocates a diet primarily of
"fresh, organic, uncooked, unrefined foods that provide the body with everything it
needs to stay strong, healthy, and vigorous." Switching to this diet of
"living" foods can be a big step for the millions of fast-food addicts out
there, but the long-term health benefits--cancer prevention, weight loss, increased
longevity and energy--are more desirable than a measly paper bag of salty fries.
Written in conjunction with the Hippocrates
Health Institute in Florida, which has been known to help cancer patients into remission
through diet, this book takes a slightly scare-tactic approach, citing a few too many
frightening health statistics ("1 in 3 Americans alive today will develop
cancer"). However, its intentions are spot-on. To make the transition to the
Institute's recommended diet (75 percent raw fruits and vegetables and 25 percent cooked
foods--mainly grains and soups), it gives more than 100 recipes and a week's worth of
sample menus, and even instructions on how to sprout your own seeds and nuts. For anyone
truly dedicated to going beyond vegetarian to living the whole-foods way, this book is a
solid, encouraging guide.
Hopkins Complete Guide to Preventing and Reversing Heart Disease"
by Peter O. Kwiterovich, Jr., M.D.
From angina to unsaturated fat, the
award-winning "Johns Hopkins Complete Guide to Preventing and Reversing Heart
Disease" comprehensively covers the risk factors and treatments for America's leading
cause of death. It clarifies the good, the bad, and the ugly about cholesterol, and it's
bursting with workout recommendations and dietary guidelines; low-fat, high-fiber
recipes to please even picky eaters; and the lowdown on the latest drug treatments. The
best thing is, it's detailed without requiring a medical degree to understand.
by Barbara De Angelis, Ph.D.
What's the secret to getting more out of life
and achieving true happiness? According to relationship maven Barbara DeAngelis, it's pure
"Passion." She says that it's not merely a lustful feeling--although, hey,
that's part of it!--but also "an inner source of energy that is powerful, loving, and
benevolent" that will "infuse each experience, each encounter, with vitality,
magic, and meaning." Say goodbye to wishy-washiness with her tips on how to radiate
this inspiring force!
by Elizabeth Somer, M.A., R.D.
For anyone aspiring to be a feisty, vibrant
oldster, "Age- Proof Your Body" is a standout in the slew of anti-aging titles.
In this book of supplementation savvy, "Good Morning America"'s nutrition
correspondent Elizabeth Somer separates the solid scientific studies from the schlock.
Right for Your Type: The Individualized Diet Solution to Staying Healthy, Living Longer
& Achieving Your Ideal Weight"
by Peter J. D'Adamo, M.D.
Nights of Grrreat Sex: Secret Sealed Seductions for Fun Loving Couples"
by Laura Corn
Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Menopause: The Breakthrough Book on Natural
by John R. Lee, M.D., with Virginia Hopkins
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by Annemarie Colbin
This is the choice if you're looking to prevent
osteoporosis naturally, without resorting to hormone replacement therapy or other drug
treatments. Annemarie Colbin reveals which foods actually leach calcium from your bones,
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to Optimum Health"
by Andrew Weil, M.D.
Dr. Andrew Weil's "8 Weeks to Optimum
Health" is finally out in paperback! This straightforward, encouraging guide for
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shape, and incorporate an easy but effective workout regimen into your schedule. As one
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