Adrenal Fatigue: The 21st Century Stress Syndrome by Dr. James L. Wilson
A comprehensive book about the effects of stress on your health and what to do about it. It explains what you can do to help yourself in an entertaining and easy to follow way. It includes a comprehensive questionnaire, simple self-tests, and dozens of cartoons, illustrations, charts, and case histories from Dr. Wilson's files - taking you step-by-step through everything you need to know to reclaim your life from the negative effects of stress.

The Allergy Solution: The Surprising, Hidden Truth About Why You are Sick and How to Get Well by Dr Leo Galland MD and Jonathan Galland JD
Dr. Galland and his son explain how hidden allergies are the culprits behind chronic conditions that were previously diagnosed as autoimmune diseases, psychiatric disorders, and many others. The book provides a checklist and questionnaire that can help to discover whether health problems might be due to a hidden allergy. It shows how to prevent heartburn without drugs, fix digestion, cultivate the healthy bacteria necessary for immunity, provides a way to detoxify, relax in mind and body, and lose weight. For people with seasonal allergies, it has a chapter on nasal and sinus allergies. There is also a chapter on asthma, a condition which effects 30 million Americans. With scientific research from leading medical centers around the world and provide hundreds of references to medical journals.

Antioxidant Adaptation: Its Role in Free Radical Pathology by Stephen A. Levine, Parris M. Kidd
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Introduction : chemical sensitization as a degenerative process
The biochemistry of free radicals
Oxidative damage and the antioxidant defense system
The free radical oxidant toxins of polluted air
The lung as a model for oxidant-induced inflammatory and degenerative changes
Cellular pathology and inflammation mediated by free radical toxins
Adaptation to oxidative stress
pathway to degenerative disease
Liver biotransformation of xenobiotic chemicals, foods, and drugs to free radical oxidants
Conclusions and outlook.

Explaining Unexplained Illnesses by Martin L. Pall
A groundbreaking book providing long-sought explanations for the properties of chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), fibromyalgia, post traumatic stress and Gulf War syndrome. It examines common symptoms and signs; short-term stressors such as infection, chemical exposure, physical trauma, and severe psychological stress; why people are often diagnosed as having more than one of these illnesses, and approaches for treating the cause of each disease, rather than the symptoms. The book presents a detailed and well-supported mechanism [the NO/ONOO- cycle (“no, oh no!”)] that provides consistent explanations for many of the puzzling elements of these diseases. This unique book provides explanations for previously unexplained mechanisms with more than 1,500 references to scientific literature.

The Trophoblast & the Origins of Cancer: One solution to the medical enigma of our time, by Nicholas J. Gonzalez, MD and Linda L. Isaacs, MD
This book reveals how more than 100 years ago, the English scientist Dr. John Beard uncovered not only the likely origins of cancer but also its solution. Dr. Gonzalez explains Dr. Beard’s underlying theory from the perspective of contemporary molecular biology and explores Dr. Beard’s pioneering use of pancreatic enzymes for cancer treatment. This book also showcases a series of case histories from the files of Dr. Gonzalez and Dr. Isaacs.