Health Books

Health Books

Health is the level of functional or metabolic productivity of a living organism. In humans it is the capability of individuals or communities to adapt and self-manage when facing physical, mental or social challenges.

People who are living in the 21st century, especially those in urban and industrialised countries like the United States, have far more control over their health, and the health of their children.

Dr Norman Walker, who lived to the very ripe age of 99 years, is known globally as the trail-blazing raw foodist of the modern era. His books are a must for either the novice or the devoted health seeker as he explores the concept of health in all of its forms.

We have selected what we consider to be his best health books. For example, Become Younger is considered the "cornerstone" of the famous Walker Program! What place has nutrition in the scheme of good health? Are enemas and colon irrigations helpful? How can the body and mind be so tuned that "old age" might be defeated? His study provides greater clarity and prepares you to take better care of your body.

Walker's The Vegetarian Guide to Diet & Salad is both a cookbook and guide on nutrition, providing a wealth of information on the importance of nutrients
and enzymes in relation to our health. Learn about the chemical elements in foods proteins, amino acids, carbohydrates, etc.and which food groups provide the 
best sources of nutrients for our bodies. Included are over 70 salad recipes along with a mini encyclopaedia on the most common fruits and vegetables.

Water Can Undermine Your Health is a lesson from Walker about how our bodies need from 2 to 4 quarts of water each day to maintain good health. Become educated now on how to ensure you're getting the cleanest, purest water available. This book will show you how to protect you from the harmful substances found in 43% of public water supplies.