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I love Larry Correia, Jim Butcher, Stephen Lawhead, Jack Whyte and Bernard Cornwell.
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The Brain's Way of Healing

'The Brain's Way of Healing' by Norman Doidge, 2015

    "In The Brain That Changes Itself, Norman Doidge described the most important breakthrough in our understanding of the brain in four hundred years: the discovery that the brain can change its own structure and function in response to mental experience—what we call neuroplasticity.

    His revolutionary new book shows, for the first time, how the amazing process of neuroplastic healing really works. It describes natural, non-invasive avenues ...
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The Wahls Protocol by Terry Wahls, MD

The Wahls Protocol is more than just a nutrient-dense diet, as shown in these excerpts from the Vitamin D pages:
on page 268,
A low vitamin D level is associated with higher rates of relapse and more severe disability, and higher levels are associated with higher levels of function.(1) Furthermore, low vitamin D levels are associated with higher rates of autoimmune disease, mental health problems, cardiovascular disease, and cancer.(2) For that reason I strongly urge ...
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The man who planted trees

David Milarch has a mission, to clone the oldest trees and preserve their genetics and use those trees to help rebuild the forests to the benefit of all living things on the planet. His story is discussed in Jim Robbins' 2012 book "The Man Who Planted Trees." It's a book worth reading.

TEDx San Jose, CA

TEDx Jackson Hole, WY

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Micronutrients and Brain Health

Micronutrients and Brain Health is a recent book in the CRC Press series Oxidative Stress and Disease. It's a collection of densely written review articles that discuss how micronutrients affect brain health. The articles cover a variety of topics including lipoic acid, flavanoids such as EGCG and fisetin, omega-3 fatty acids, branched chain amino acids, Nrf2 activators and others. The lead editor is Lester Packer who has published several papers on lipoic acid. Note that ...
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Treat Me, Not My Age

Treat Me, Not My Age: A Doctor's Guide to Getting the Best Care as You or a Loved One Gets Older by Dr. Mark Lachs is a terrific read about negotiating the healthcare system in the US. It is mostly about geriatrics, but a good chunk of it can apply to people like us with chronic illnesses.
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The Hot Zone

Since the subject of the Ebola virus has come up, a great read on the topic is The Hot Zone by Richard Preston. It is frightening in that it's true.
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Do You Believe In Magic?

Currently reading this. It's pretty good and cuts through a lot of "woo" in CAM. I think it is worth reading for anyone with a chronic illness since there is so much snake oil out there.

Do You Believe in Magic?: The Sense and Nonsense of Alternative Medicine by Paul A., M.D. Offit

In Do You Believe in Magic?, medical expert Paul A. Offit, M.D., offers a scathing exposé of the alternative medicine industry, revealing ...
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Could It Be B12? by Sally Pacholok & Jeffrey Stuart, D.O.

I highly recommend the following 50-minute documentary from the filmmaker Elissa Leonard, featuring Sally Pacholok, RN, BSN & her husband Jeffrey Stuart, D.O. (authors of the book, Could It Be B12? An Epidemic of Misdiagnoses); Lawrence Solomon, M.D., hematologist with Yale Medical School; Ralph Green, M.D., hematologist at UC Davis; and Donald Jacobsen, PhD, at the Cleveland Clinic (Homocysteine Research Lab). "Everything You Want Your Doctor to Know about Vitamin B12"

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Grain Brain by D. Perlmutter, MD

This author's lack of humility put me off at first, but I am finding many good points in his information.

On page 58: After mentioning a 2006 Mayo Clinic report, published in the Archives of Neurology, about celiac disease and cognitive impairment, and the fact that researchers found white matter changes that could easily be confused with multiple sclerosis, he states, "This is the reason I always check for gluten sensitivity in patients referred to ...
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