61. Study Your Systems

Learn how your body works, and respect its genius. The unfortunate fact that most of us aren’t formally educated in how to properly care for our bodies doesn’t mean we can’t learn.

A Manifesto for Thriving in a Mixed-Up World

We’re living in a society that is wired up to make us sick, overweight, depressed and stressed out.We can change this mixed-up reality.We can reclaim our well-being and create a better, more blissful world… Read More »

Omega Institute for Holistic Studies

A nonprofit organization offering diverse and innovative educational experiences with integrated approaches to wellness and personal and social change… Read More »

Cure Unknown: Inside the Lyme Epidemic

Veteran science writer, Pamela Weintraub, uses her family’s personal struggle to explore the history and patient experience of Lyme disease… Read More »

Jim LaValle, RPh, CCN, MS

Jim LaValle is a clinical pharmacist, doctor of naturopathic medicine, and industry consultant integrative health care… Read More »

Marcelle Pick, OB/GYN, NP

For 25 years, Marcelle Pick has helped women shift from diets to total wellness in order to reach their natural, optimal body weight… Read More »

Overdosed America: The Broken Promise of American Medicine

This book provides a thought-provoking assessment of the American healthcare system, including information on the marketing and safety of drugs… Read More »

The Center for Integrative Health and Healing

Located near Albany, N.Y., the Center’s team of medical doctors, nurses, acupuncturists and other licensed professionals utilize their skills and knowledge to offer a holistic and empowering approach to your health… Read More »

Anticancer: A New Way of Life

A moving memoir chronicling Servan-Schreiber’s battle with brain cancer… Read More »

You Can Heal Your Life

Based on the life and work of Louise L. Hay, who taught that mental patterns and beliefs could contribute to illness in your body… Read More »

Craig Weller

Introspective, holistic articles about life and fitness, and fitness for life… Read More »

Overtreated: Why Too Much Medicine Is Making Us Sicker and Poorer

An award-winning journalist shows that much of what we think we know about healthcare is simply wrong and that economics, rather than illness, determines the medical care we receive… Read More »

Crazy Sexy Cancer

An irreverent, riveting documentary produced by a young woman who goes looking for a cure for her cancer and winds up discovering a whole new way of living – featuring Kris Carr… Read More »

“Your Genes Are Not Your Fate”

Information on new research indicating that adopting lifestyle changes can affect your genes… Read More »

“Improve Patient Outcomes with Functional Medicine”

Information on the role of functional medicine in improving patient outcomes… Read More »

“When drugs cause the problems they are supposed to prevent”

New York Times science reporter reviews new research that certain diabetic and osteoporosis drugs, as well as the system that evaluates them, may have more risks than benefits… Read More »

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Cortisol Curve

The Cortisol Curve

This “stress hormone” is essential for energy and health, but when it’s out of balance, you are, too. Learn how to manage cortisol to keep inflammation, cravings, and belly fat at bay… Read More »

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Healthy Gut, Healthy Brain

A neurologist explains the power of your microbiome to heal and protect your brain… Read More »

Testosterone Tweaks

Testosterone Tweaks

Men are confronting an epidemic of low “T,” while some women are struggling with too much. Here are natural strategies for right-sizing your levels… Read More »

Tips for Menopause

Navigating Menopause

A proactive decade-by-decade plan for preparing for perimenopause and menopause that supports a gradual — and even positive — life change… Read More »

Your Microbiome: The Ecosystem Inside

The microbiome is made up of trillions of organisms that live on and within you. And they can make or break your health… Read More »