Book Review

Clean: The Revolutionary Program to Restore the Body's Natural Ability to Heal Itself

Reviewed by Lee Yonish

Clean is a thorough instruction manual that makes the case for a three-week food cleanse. This cleanse, called The Clean Program, adheres to a specific elimination diet aimed at removing toxins, building helpful gut bacteria and ultimately restoring optimal health. Alejandro Junger, MD, the book’s author, designed the program.

Eat for Health

Reviewed by John, Suppers member

Dr. Joel Fuhrman's books have been life changing for me. These are my notes taken from his book, Eat For Health, which explains how to incorporate the principles from his earlier book, Eat To Live (2003), and includes some new information. 

Death by Calcium: Proof of the Toxic Effects of Dairy and Calcium Supplements

Reviewed by Irma Jennings, CHC, Suppers Facilitator

The last thing you should be taking for your bones is a calcium supplement. And don’t even think about drinking a glass of milk.

That’s according to Dr. Thomas E. Levy, MD, JD. In his recent book, Death By Calcium, he turns everything you thought you knew about bone health upside down. Starting with calcium. In fact, Dr. Levy makes the case that calcium supplements and dairy are toxic to your body.

Happy Belly: A Woman's guide to feeling vibrant, light, and balanced

Reviewed by Mireille Delman, Suppers Facilitator

This book, by Nadya Andreeva, is based on the Ayurvedic principle to create balanced internal and external environments, and is full of wisdom and very practical tips for challenges such as emotional eating, bad habits, poor food combinations or stress (the latter which is the worst enemy of digestion). I found it very easy to read and use as a guide.

Happy Belly addresses concepts such as:


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