Books, Books, and More Books

Posted: July 5, 2011 in Books
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Last night I bought four more health books to add to my collection to read. Here are the titles:

Reader’s Digest Best Remedies, by Mary Hardy, MD, and Debra Gordon. I haven’t started reading this yet, but it looks like a straight-to-the-point book that targets as many dieases and ailments as possible. Has both natural and mainstream treatments.

Overdo$ed America, by John Abramson, MD. I haven’t started reading this yet but it looks like the writer talks about how the media pushes medicine up and the bad effects mainstream medicine has on our bodies.

Excitotoxins: The Taste that Kills, by Russell Blaylock, MD. I haven’t started reading this yet but it looks very sciencific and exciting about how food additives effect your brain development and such.

Living in Divine Health, by Don Colbert, MD. I encourage you to read any of Dr Colbert’s books. He is a Christian doctor and a very good and clear writer.

I also started reading Biblical Healing for Modern Medicine by Franklin E Payne, Jr, MD and I HIGHLY encourage you to buy that ASAP and read it!

Also this afternoon I was able to get some free magazines by Healthy Living and Health Nut Nutrition both, which have tips and lists of herbal and natural medicine paths you might be interested in taking. I’ll share them with you in the future.

In the future I will add a page with a list of health books and material I have find helpful for your education. I hope to post interesting and important health information from noted Christian Physicians, Nutritionists, and alternative medical doctors.

Praise be to the Great Physician for all Eternity!

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Comments
  1. I have read Payne’s “Biblical Healing for Modern Medicine” and it is a great book! The ethics are sound, although I do not agree on every point made – he provokes God-ward thought. I read it while going through a non-Christian Medical Law and Ethics class…or right near that time. Having read that book while being in a class that has little underpinning for the application of ethics to medicine was the best.

    Very interested in reading the 2nd,3rd and 4th books listed!

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