In my view,  the best way to heal your body and mind is through self learning. Thankfully we live in an age where access to information that can lead us to a healthy state is just few clicks away and in most cases extremely cheap as well. During my search for ways to heal my body I read a number of books covering a broad spectrum of healing protocols using nutrition. I also saw a huge array of health related documentaries and you tube videos from a number of health experts. These resources kept me engaged and motivated (Sometimes it does get a bit lonely on a health centred diet) and i recommend them highly (just for that simple reason). Here is a short list of resources that have personally helped me move along on the road to recovery.


If you have a resource (s) that has helped you in your journey towards health, please share with us using the contact us page.

1. My Favorite Health Books

  • GAPS (Gut and Psychology Syndrome) by Dr. Natasha Campbell
  • Fresh Vegetables and Fruit Juices by Dr. Norman Walker
  • Miracle of Fasting by Paul C. Bragg
  • 80/10/10 diet by Dr. Douglas Graham
  •  Food is your best medicine by Henry G Bieler

Note: The 4-hour work week” by Timothy Ferress. Not a health book in a strictest sense but a definite read if you are mentally stuck in your work / job. ”

2. Top Health and Food Documentaries

  • Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead (Part 1)
  • Forks Over Knives
  • Hungry for change
  • Food Matters
  •  Vegucated
  • Supersize me
  • Simply Raw: Reversing diabetes in 30 days
  • Food Inc

3. Healthy Living Blogs & Websites

4. Inspirational Healthy Living  You Tube Channels

  • FitLifeTV
  •  OkRaw
  • Fully Raw Kristina
  • Life re-generator
  •  Yuri Elkaim
  • Ka Sundance
  • Live Foods Live Bodies

5. Healthy Living Ted Talks


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