I have spent some more time reading through just some of the many ebooks and resources available in this huge eBook/resource bundle, and there is so much here! You can buy it, or read more about it here.
As mentioned before, I contributed my soup workshop to the bundle. There I teach you in video tutorials how to make beef and chicken pho, miso soup, an adaptable beef stew, as well as give my mini whole grain gluten-free muffin ebook.
Other interesting topics include:
Pat Robinson offers Adrenal Fatigue Solutions – 90 Day Plan to Improve Adrenal Function, an eCourse which presents a nine-week plan of actions, nutrients, foods, herbs, and removing toxins for adrenal stress relief. It is followed by three weeks of support and review tools to strengthen your adrenal function. This resource provides practical, simple, and doable suggestions for exhausted, stressed, and sleep-deprived moms. Baby steps are the goal. It teaches tools for increasing self-care, sleep routines, stress relief, toxin relief, nourishing foods, connecting with nature, recognizing depression, finding calm, balance, and energy while creating boundaries for yourself. Recipes for power-foods for energy and herbal adaptogen alternatives are provided along with resources for ongoing support. (127 pages; PDF format; $59)
Aging: Cumulative Knowledge from Peer Review Studies by Sayer Ji.
Sayer Ji of GreeenMedInfo.com offers a unique digital book on aging that can serve as your own first steps in researching the many food components and other substances that may help you fight the inevitable. The book is a compilation of research citations weighted according to the research basis for each potential “aging remedy.” Resveratrol ranks high, for instance, based on the number of clinical trials, animal trials, and in vitro studies in peer review journals. Red wine may in fact help us fight aging, but what about a bit of dark chocolate with your wine? See how it fares in this 131-page document. (131 pages; PDF format; $29.99
Infertility: Cumulative Knowledge from Peer Review Studies by Sayer Ji.
Do you struggle with infertility? Scientific studies offer some insight into the problem of fertility but navigating the research is complicated. This 34-page document from Sayer Ji at GreeenMedInfo.com can help you wade through fertility studies that are available. Zinc may improve your plight, for instance, but might gluten or parabens be harming you? Use this digital book to help you answer these questions. (34 pages; PDF format; $9.99)
Cancer Isn’t a Death Sentence – It’s a Life Changing Opportunity, by Marcia Schaefer, D.C., is written for those of you who have prayed for relief for yourself, your loved ones, or friends. This is written that you may tell them that there IS another option out there, and that health, healing, and LIFE are SO much more than you could EVER imagine. Marcia writes about alternative treatments for cancer, from a first-hand and personal perspective. Her journey shares her hope, excitement, empowerment, and determination to seek life-saving alternatives when diagnosed with thyroid cancer with extensive lymph node and lung involvement, plus malignant melanoma. Follow Marcia’s detailed journey to healing with Gerson Therapy, while juggling 14 juices a day alongside coffee enemas, working, and mothering her 3 month old son. (115 pages; PDF format; $29.99)
And as previously mentioned, these resources immediately caught my eye!
Rebuild from Depression: A Nutrient Guide, Including Depression in Pregnancy and Postpartumby Amanda Rose, Ph.D. and Annell Mavrantonis, M.D. This full sized book is a wonderful resource for those who are depressed and want to improve their health with nutrition. Amanda shares her own story in vivid detail, and she is known for her detailed research. I read this book when it first came out, and I really like and recommend it.
Wardeh is sharing her Lacto-Fermentation book, which will help you learn how to make a wide variety of naturally fermented vegetables (and more) using a variety of methods. (Super excited about this one!)
Raine Saunders contributed her brand new, The Savvy Shopper’s Guide to Sustainable Food, a guide for sourcing health foods from sustainable avenues, whether it is from local farms and farmer’s markets in your area, online merchants, delivery services, local grocery, or health food stores. This is a great resource to those new to traditional foods.
Katie Kimball from Kitchen Stewardship contributed, The Everything Beans Book. I’ve always loved Katie’s down-to-earth tone and style of food that is perfect for busy mothers (as she is too!). Here she tackles how to get beans into your diet for a frugal, protein-rich diet.
Millie Copper offers in-depth support in feeding a family of five on $172 per week, from a Weston A. Price Foundation dietary perspective in her book Thrifty Food Plan Experience. She provides 67 pages of thoughts, tips, and ideas plus a 2 week menu plan, over 40 recipes (and links to many more) to help you succeed.
Some of the ebooks I haven’t gotten the chance to read myself yet, but am definitely looking forward to include Wildly Natural Skin Care oils, Introduction to Tree Medicines (forage your own leaves, needles, bark and resins and learn how to use them for better health!) and Salves Made Simple. I am really looking forward to learning some new recipes for skin care.
And just a few other titles:
- Divine Dinners: Gluten-Free, Nourishing, Family-Friendly Meals, complete with 75 recipes to help you create menus full of wonderful, gluten-free dinners.
- Making Baked Goods Using Coconut Flour, a book that is more than a recipe collection — it is an education about baking with coconut flour. If you’ve wondered how a friend’s coconut flour recipe turned out perfectly while yours flopped, you will learn exactly how to trouble-shoot to make sure you never waste another ingredient.
- Mother’s Little Herbal Helper And Home Remedies, a home herbal toolkit for reducing symptoms of many ailments — cold and flu, headaches, fungal infections, allergies, arthritis, bites, stings, burns, coughs, congestion, and more.
- Natural Beauty Recipes: A Wellness Mama Guide to provide you with specific recipes for lotion bars, lotions, deodorant, scrubs, face wash, makeup, shaving cream, shampoo, hair color, diaper cream, baby oil, and baby wipes.
- Simply Sourdough, a booklet on capturing wild yeasts in your own house to leaven your bread using — nature’s fermentation technique for grains.
- Detoxifying Your Home – Inside and Out, Where to Start to Make Your Home a Healthier Place to Live
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