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Book Reviews A Week in the Zone (Book © 2000) by Dr. Barry Sears: The Zone Diet involves learning how to balance and maintain the hormones generated by the foods we eat.  Everyone is not genetically the same. Excess insulin production makes our blood sugar fall too quickly, which makes us tired, fatigued and hungry for more carbohydrates.  If we are in balance, then our … [Read more...]

A Consumer’s Dictionary of Food Additives

A Consumer’s Dictionary of Food Additives by Ruth Winter, Review by Dr. Denice Moffatx420

A Consumer’s Dictionary of Food Additives by Ruth Winter (c) 1999 Book Review by Dr. Denice Moffat Imagine wanting to make cookies and not having the proper food additives to put in them so you send your child or husband to the store to pick up a few of them for you. “Oh, honey, could you pick me up some reduced iron, thiamin mononitrate, high fructose corn syrup, malt … [Read more...]

A Week in the Zone | barry sears

Book Review: A Week in the Zone © 2000 by Dr. Barry Sears book Review by Denice Mofffat The Zone Diet involves learning how to balance and maintain the hormones generated by the foods we eat.  Everyone is not genetically the same. Excess insulin production makes our blood sugar fall too quickly, which makes us tired, fatigued and hungry for more carbohydrates.  If we are in … [Read more...]

Are You Dressed to Kill | bras and cancer

Bras and Breast Cancer Book by Sydney Ross Singer and Soma Grismaijer (c) 1995, Review by Dr. Denice Moffat Breast cancer is a cultural phenomenon. The incidence of breast cancer is dramatically increased only in cultures that wear bras. How could this be? The author’s of the book, Dressed to Kill : The Link Between Breast Cancer and Bras examined the habits of 4700 American … [Read more...]

Better Off—Flipping the Switch | amish

Better Off—Flipping the Switch on Technology  book by Eric Brende Review by Denice Moffat I’m always looking for lifestyle changes that will help people deal with everyday stress. Less stress means a longer life and fewer disease processes, so when my son-in-law gave us the book as a Christmas present it piqued my interest. I liked it. I’m always in the ongoing process of … [Read more...]

Boundaries

Boundaries: Where You End and I Begin

Boundaries—Where You End and I Begin © 1991 by Anne Katherine (From Volume 7 No. 2  Newsletter for November, 2011)   Boundaries bring order to our lives, empower us and protect us from the ignorance, meanness and thoughtlessness of others. Big diseases like cancer, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, some types of depression and people with chronic low … [Read more...]

Chelation Therapy | iv chelation

Forty-Something Forever: A Consumer’s Guide to Chelation Therapy © 1997 by Harold and Arline Brecher, Book Review by Denice Moffat What is Intravenous Chelation? The name chelation comes from the Greek work ‘chele’ meaning to grab like the claw of a crab or lobster. When a substance is chelated it is grabbed, trapped and transformed by the chelating agent. In the case of … [Read more...]

Conversations with Animals | lydia hiby

Book by Lydia Hiby, book review By Denice Moffat Conversations with Animals: Cherished messages and memories as told by an animal communicator by Lydia Hiby with Bonnie S. Weintraub. I liked this book. It was easy to read and there was lots of useful information in the book for those owners who know that pets have feelings just like we do. They also know a LOT more than you … [Read more...]

Courageous Souls | soul lesson

Courageous Souls: Do We Plan Our Life Challenges Before Birth? Book by Robert Schwartz  I liked this book because it helped to answer some of those tough questions we have like, “If there is a God, why would he/she let this happen?”  Often a session with a talented medium can trigger a profound spiritual awakening for a person. It’s often the key component in opening the … [Read more...]

Dr. Moffat’s Book List

These are some of the many books that have influenced the way I work and the information has helped hundreds of clients get their health problems under control. I just love these books and I’ll continue to put more on the list as we go. I used to have each book linked to Amazon.com but after 4 years I had not received ONE check so I removed all those links and just recommend … [Read more...]