Biographies of People with Disabilities

Biographies of People with Disabilities

Writing with a transparency and honesty rarely seen in this type of biography, Christine Staple-Ebanks immerses her reader not only into her own world, but also that of wider responsibility, and the ongoing struggle as an advocate in providing a rightful standard of living to those with disabilities.

Neurology and Unexplained Mysteries

Neurology and Unexplained Mysteries

Whilst it may be interesting to read about the Spectrum, and the differences in sensory, thought and perception it bestows, this book is on another level.

Drug & Chemical Abuse Addiction & Recovery

Drug & Chemical Abuse Addiction & Recovery

With a no-holds-barred, highly emotional delivery, Amberlie Johnson takes us deep into the world of addiction from the perspective of a spectator with its raw unadulterated narrative,

Living with Cancer & Illnesses Biographies

Living with Cancer & Illnesses Biographies

A highly emotive and personal account, ‘Prayers and Po-boys’ tracks Larry Singleton’s battle with stage 4 Hodgkin Lymphoma, an invasive form of blood cancer. Whilst many write memoirs of traumatic life experiences, rarely are they as positive and uplifting as this inspiring account.

Gut Health for Women

Gut Health Books for Women

As with A Beginner’s Guide to Sustainable Plant-Based Weight-Loss, the amount of ground covered is truly impressive. From the role of the gut to gut facts. From prebiotics to gut microbiota and how gut microorganisms influence our emotions and the way we behave Corbitt demystifies gut science so that we may understand the laws that govern it.

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO SUSTAINABLE PLANT BASED WEIGHT-LOSS

SUSTAINABLE PLANT BASED WEIGHT-LOSS

Clearly differentiating itself from a deluge of lacklustre offerings with a similar theme, it’s clear from the start that Corbitt has a thorough understanding of his subject and what it takes to succeed in achieving sustainable weight loss on a plant-based diet.

LIfeline – The Case for Effective Cancer Immunotherapy

The book “Lifeline” provides a detailed review of a cancer case history, the failures of conventional cancer treatment that results in the death of close to 10 million “effectively treated” patients globally every year, and immunotherapy, which is the only hope we have to provide a cure for the disease.