Last month while reading a book a day, I had very little time to review books on this blog, so I’m going to group these four with the reviews from my 30 day challenge. The rest of the books I’d like to take some time with and will post about later.
We are working on yeast issues in the house so I’m trying to convert over to this diet, but it is a very difficult thing to force on a 6 year old.
The Everything Candida Diet Book. Finished 9-30-17, 4.5/5 stars, diet, 304 pages, pub. 2014
This book is an excellent resource and surprisingly progressive in it’s knowledge. Highly recommended if you suspect you have a candida problem. You can treat at home without a doctor using diet and supplements. It has lots of recipes. The two I’ve tried so far have been big hits with all three of us.
Candida Albicans. Finished 9-20-17, rating 3/5, health, 150 pages, pub. 1998
Candida Albicans is a parasitic yeast that is present in all of us, but in most people it does no noticeable harm. This book provides a comprehensive and non-drug programme for its control. from Goodreads
This was a fine overview of the issue, but dated. There are better, more current books out there. I only read this one because a friend loaned it to me.
Finished 9-24-17, rating 4/5, current events, pub. 2017
Between the two, Why We March: Signs of Protest and Hope by Artisan Press and Why I March: Images from the Woman’s March Around the World edited by Samantha Weiner and Emma Jacobs, I preferred the former (on the bottom in the picture). It had quotes from the march in Washington DC that the other didn’t. Both were great and took me back to one of the most inspiring days of my life. This country needs a little more protesting and a little less sitting on our butts and complaining about people who don’t agree with us. There were marches on every continent – even Antarctica – and no arrests. I will always support a peaceful protest. I was inspired all over again. Here are a few of my favorite signs.