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BOOKS FOR A HEALTHIER LIFE

by Erica White

Erica

BEAT CANDIDA COOKBOOK 

Updated and Expanded August 2014 – includes gluten-free recipes.

No 1 best seller for many years!

New Foreword by Patrick Holford, Founder of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition.book-beat_candida_cookbook_cover

Over 340 recipes with a 4-point plan for attacking candidiasis.

A new edition of the best seller that has transformed the lives of 1000s of sufferers.

Flagged by Amazon as their No.1 Best Seller in Special Diets for many years.

Publisher’s Comment: Candida albicans is a common yeast that lives in the gut. However, when there is an excessive amount in the body, the side-effects – ranging from headaches, skin conditions, IBS, depression, urinary tract infections, PMS, joint pain and chronic fatigue – can be hugely damaging to quality of life.

With a tried-and-tested four point plan for managing your diet and lifestyle, qualified Nutritional Therapist Erica White gently guides you towards bringing your candida under control, and becoming happy, healthy and well.

This fully updated and expanded edition of Erica White’s Beat Candida Cookbook includes:

  • Over 340 delicious and healthy recipes to detox your body of yeast, with many new additions from Erica’s daughter, Nutritional Therapist Emma Cockrell.
  • A recipe coding system to indicate effort required.
  • Menu plans and packed lunch ideas for adults and children.
  • New chapter on gluten-intolerance, with gluten-free recipes to enjoy alongside the anti-candida diet.

Review in Healthy Eating magazine: "Erica White is a woman on a mission. She makes the battle logical and achievable."

 

BEAT FATIGUE HANDBOOK

Break Free from Chronic Fatigue for good

"Backed up by volumes of experience, most importantly her own, the information given is highly practical and proven to be effective." Patrick Holford

Erica White's Beat Fatigue Handbook"This new, enlarged and enriched edition of Erica White's excellent book presents a level of thinking applied to eliminate systematically the most commonly-found contributive factors which lead to chronic fatigue. Backed up by volumes of experience, most importantly her own, the information given is highly practical and proven to be effective.

Although necessary to change one's lifestyle, it is never easy but, with good support and management, I am sure that the vast majority of readers will benefit from following this advice and find themselves able to offload their unwanted cargo and sail free, back into a way of living which is in line with the natural design of the human body." Extract from Foreword by Patrick Holford, Founder of the Institute for Optimum Nutrition in London, UK, Author of  many books including The Optimum Nutrition Bible and 100% Health (Piatkus).

Publisher's Comment: Chronic Fatigue has many names - but too often there's a lack of practical, sympathetic advice to help sufferers back to health. If you've been diagnosed with M.E., Chronic Fatigue Syndrome or Post-Viral Syndrome - or have received no diagnosis but know that you are long-term depleted of energy - then this time you've come to the right place.

Erica White's groundbreaking nutritional and lifestyle therapy has already helped thousands back to health. Now her Beat Fatigue Handbook, which includes over 50 simple recipes, is the beginning of your road to recovery.

The book identifies a range of trigger factors and explains how each one will overburden our bodies if it goes unchecked. Erica White's Beat Fatigue Handbook helps you to find out why your body became exhausted in the first place and shows how you can break free. Enter into a more loving and respectful relationship with your body, and make a full recovery from fatigue.

 

DOUGHNUTS AND TEMPLES

Be Nice to the Body God Gave You!

"By co-operating with God and taking greater responsibility for the health of our bodies, in many cases the situation can be reversed." Erica White

Publisher's Comment: Nutritionist Erica White suggests that many Christians do not enjoy the fullness of life that Jesus promises because our eating habits are not given over to God. 'Surely God would rather we co-operateDoughnuts and Temples with him for our health than keep running to him for healing?'

This book is set in the context of the author's own spiritual journey which led her eventually from sickness to health - and in her fifties to a new training and career as a Nutritional Therapist.

Erica uses this book to summarise her experience as a nutritionist giving advice on a wide range of health problems. Separate chapters in part two of the book deal with:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Blood sugar and energy levels
  • Allergy and food intolerance
  • Candida albicans
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Digestive disorders
  • Muscle and joint pain
  • Eating disorders
  • Hormones
  • Toxicity
  • Adrenals and stress

Review on Amazon: "This is the third time I've bought this book as I keep giving it away and then thinking I could do with dipping into it again!"