Dr. Carlotta Watson

Naturopathic Physician & Applied Kinesiologist

Recommended Books on Natural Health:



Your Body Doesn't Lie
by Dr. John Diamond

Original title: Behavioral Kinesiology.

"How to activate your thymus and increase your life energy. Written in response to thousands of requests, this basic book gives a general philosophy as well as techniques useful in evaluating all factors which influence the health of the individual."


Power vs Force
by David R. Hawkins

"Power vs Force is the culmination of a lifetime's work and study, a brilliant fusion of the mystical and the scientific, and the most thorough exposition yet of the art of kinesiology and its connections with both the new physics and ancient Eastern philosophy."


Going Back to the Basics of Human Health
by Mary Frost

"Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is a starting point for all those who want to be healthy. In the spirit of true investigative reporting, it walks you quickly and succinctly, step by step, through health basics that most people skip over in their thought processes about health. Going Back to the Basics of Human Health is a compilation of various nutritional studies, many of which have not reached widespread public awareness. Without mainstream distribution channels, the book is in its 5th printing, has sold over 32,000 copies internationally, and is just recently gaining broad exposure."


Lick the Sugar Habit
by Dr. Nancy Appleton

"Dr Nancy Appleton show how sugar upsets the body chemistry and devastates the endocrine and immune systems, leading to diseases and conditions, ranging from tooth decay to diabetes to osteoporosis."


In Fitness and in Health
by Phillip Maffetone

"The no-nonsense guide to diet, exercise and disease prevention. In this age of widely conflicting information, many people are looking for a logical and sensible approach to health and fitness. For those who wish to achieve optimal human performance in all areas of their lives this is a must read! This unique perspective gives precise easy-to-follow guidance while challenging many fallacies that have become “conventional wisdom” in the nutritional and health-care fields."


The Cholesterol Myths
by Uffe Ravnskov

"Ravnskov takes aim at one of the biggest medical myths of our time--that saturated fat and cholesterol cause heart disease--and slays the Goliath with page after page of brilliant analysis. Anyone who has been told to go on a lowfat diet or take cholesterol-lowering drugs should read this book first. . . and then give it to his or her doctor!"


Your Drug May Be Your Problem
by Peter Breggin, MD

"In his previous books (Toxic Psychiatry, Talking Back to Prozac), psychiatrist Breggin laid the groundwork for his battle against what he sees as American psychiatry's harmful overdependence on prescribing medication. This time out, he reiterates his primary tenets and, having teamed up with David Cohen, a professor of social work at the
University of Montreal, provides practical advice for those who are considering stopping medication."


Talking Back to Prozac
by Peter Breggin, MD

"Are you one of the thousands of Americans "listening to Prozac"? Chances are you at least know someone who is. It's time to take a closer look at this supposedly "safe" drug. Peter Breggin picks through the studies used to justify Prozac's safety, often uncovering flaws and shoddy science. He details the FDA approval process, including who on the panel was paid by whom. The key players and the details will surprise you."


The Anti-Depressant Fact Book
by Peter Breggin, MD

"By the author of Talking Back to Prozac and Your Drug May Be Your Problem, the answers to over 100 questions about antidepressants. Known as "the Ralph Nader of psychiatry," Dr. Peter Breggin has been the medical expert in countless court cases involving the use or misuse of psychoactive medications. This unusual position has given him unprecedented access to private pharmaceutical research and correspondence files, information from which informs this straight-talking guide to the most prescribed and controversial category of American drugs: antidepressants."


The Ritalin Fact Book
by Peter Breggin, MD

"Author Peter Breggin doesn't try to hide his opinion: the introduction to The Ritalin Fact Book clearly states, "This book is written from a viewpoint that is critical of stimulant drugs and their prescription for "attention deficit hyperactive disorder." As a medical expert in legal cases against pharmaceutical companies, Breggin has access to information many doctors have never seen, and what he presents is frightening."


Lights Out : Sleep, Sugar, and Survival
by Bent Formby

"The relationship between light, sleep, and human health is revealed in this groundbreaking study, which explores the links between infertility, weight-gain, sex drive problems, depression, and other health ailments with a lack of sleep."


The Stress of Life
by Hans Selye

"The "Stress of Life" is widely considered to be a classic work in the field of stress research. The "father" of the stress hypothesis, Hans Selye, lays out the concept of a "general adaptation syndrome" to stressors and presents evidence to show that the stress response of an animal or human is a short or long term attempt to maintain a state of physiological balance or "homeostasis" . A book that should be on the shelf of anyone interested in this topic."


Food & Behavior
by Barbara R. Stitt

"Barbara Stitt discovered during 20 years experience as a probation officer working with aggressive and violent behaviors, that lifestyle and diet created one of the major effects that led these individuals to dysfunction. By changing diet, one can restore the proper molecular balance of the brain therefore healing the individual rather than simply covering up unwanted behavior. The information in this book is paramount to a great many parents as well as men and women of all ages trying to survive on the American diet. This book is highly recommended for patients to understand the impact of blood sugar problems from an emotional and behavioral standpoint."


Molecules Of Emotion
by Candace B. Pert

"Why do we feel the way we feel? How do our thoughts and emotions affect our health? Are our bodies and minds distinct from each other or do they function together as parts of an interconnected system?

In her groundbreaking book Molecules of Emotion, Candace Pert provides startling and decisive answers to these and other challenging questions that scientists and philosophers have pondered for centuries."


Your Body's Many Cries for Water
by F. Batmanghelidj

"For the first time in medical history, F. Batmanghelidj, M.D., has identified the crisis calls of the body for water --pain, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, and more. He has discovered the key to a longer, healthier, and more vigorous life. He shares with you his medical breakthrough that many people put their minds and bodies under intolerable and unecessary stress and become sick simply because they do not drink enough water. Unintentional dehydration leads to illness and painful, degenerative diseases that can be prevented, treated, and cure by drinking plenty of water."


The Hidden Messages in Water
by Masaru Emoto

"The Hidden Messages In Water explores water's susceptibility to human words, emotions and thoughts. Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto has been researching this new field of science by freezing samples of water that have been exposed to either positive or negative words, emotions and music. Through photographs Dr. Emoto has found that water exposed to positive influences produces beautiful, perfectly formed crystals, while water exposed to negativity produces ugly, malformed crystals. Because the world and our bodies are both composed of 70 per cent water, the power to change the essence of water means that humans have the power to evoke change on a global or personal scale, by way of water. "


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