Health & Fitness: Most read books
Real Science, Great Nutrition, and Good Health
If you're interested in how things work, this guide will help you experiment with one crucial system you usually ignore--your body and its health. Long hours focusing on code or circuits tends to stifle notions of nutrition, but with this educational and highly useful book you...
How can the effectiveness of health promotion programmes be monitored? How can their strengths and weaknesses be identified? The subject of quality assurance is also playing an increasingly important role in health promotion. In this context, it is not simply a matter of putti...
The current state of discussion and the relevance of Antonovskys Salutogenic model of health
The salutogenic model developed by Aaron Antonovsky is encountering growing interest, particularly among health promotion professionals. Consequently, the BZgA commissioned an expert report which was to discuss the relevance of the salutogenic model and its potential consequen...
Patientenerfahrungen vergleichbar machen
Die Bedeutung von Patientenerfahrungen als Qualitätsmerkmal in der Gesundheitsversorgung wächst stetig. Ärzte und Kliniken befragen ihre Patienten, um Verbesserungspotenziale aufzudecken. Patienten erhoffen sich durch die Veröffentlichung von Patienteneinschätzungen wichtige H...
Creating an internet platform to improve networking
Since the mid-nineties, it has been an undisputed fact in Germany that people from socially disadvantaged groups of the population have a shorter life expectancy and higher incidence of illness than people from higher status population groups. A current, well-researched study ...
For Weight Loss and Good Health
Clearly written and easy to understand, this valuable resource book contains facts on the history, properties, and health benefits of apple cider vinegar. There is an extensive section on weight loss, providing sound background information on how to use apple cider vinegar ...
Focus on Value for Money, Funding and Governance, Access and Equity
While care coordination and quality of care remain paramount policy topics everywhere, countries again turn to payment and efficiency challenges. Issue 12 of Health Policy Developments examines how health systems are trying to maximize value for money - exploring new avenues a...
An analysis of the content and methods of available studies
Most people in Germany have a basically positive attitude towards organ donation and only insignificantly fewer of them are willing to donate organs themselves after their death. In contrast, only a small portion of the population possesses an organ donor card, and a major sho...
Learn the Secrets for Effective Detox: Learn the Secret of Effective Detox (Alive Natural Health Guides)
Discover how regular internal cleansing will help prevent illness. Environmental toxins and improper diet can cripple your digestive system's ability to assimilate nutrients and protect against disease. Total Cleansing will show you: how a healthy intestinal system wo...
Unleashing the Benefits of Red Wine
by Beth Geisler
The word is out! Recent studies on resveratrol, an anti-oxidant found in red wine, grape juice, and several other foods, have shown that resveratrol can prevent or delay the onset of cancer, cardiovascular disease, neurological and brain disorders, diabetes, and viral in...
for PHYSICAL, MENTAL, SPIRITUAL REJUVENATION
by Arnold Ehret
First published in 1910, this classic book is considered Ehret’s health masterpiece. He explains how to successfully conduct and complete a fast in order to gain maximum strength and energy for joyful living. Also included are essays based on Ehret’s teaching...
(Alive Natural Health Guides)
by Ken Babel
or thousands of years, mushrooms have been used to maintain and improve health, preserve youth, and increase longevity. Today, they are still considered the highest of tonics, promoting overall well-being and vibrant health. Scientific studies show that certain mushrooms ha...
"Master Key" to Superior Health
by Arnold Ehret
This scientific method of eating, developed by Ehret in 1922, presents a complete, workable program for cleansing, repairing, rebuilding, and maintaining a healthy body. This book lays out Professor Ehret’s simple and logical plan in plain, understandable language ...
How Seemingly Innocent Clothing Choices Endanger Your Health... and How to Protect Yourself!
This book reveals in unprecedented detail the toxic truth about the clothes we wear and the surprising number of harmful effects on health caused by garments once considered safe. This is a well-documented expose that the clothing and chemical industries would rather you ne...
An Introduction to the Science of Iridology and Its Relation to Nutrition
Bernard Jensen, a nutritionist who pioneered iridology in the United States, wrote IRIDOLOGY SIMPLIFIED as an introduction to a science that he believed was an important element in a total, holistic health care program. Iridology analyzes the delicate structures of the i...
A Guide to Treatments for Common Childhood Illnesses
Many families are finding herbal medicines to be a safer, simpler, more natural way to care for their children. With fewer side effects than conventional medications, children often improve after just a few doses of herbal remedies—even when standard medicines have be...
This classic is still making its mark over 70 years since its debut. Author Johanna Brandt shares a personal journey of living with cancer and her discovery of how the beneficial properties of grapes cured her disease by refreshing and cell structures. The virtues of na...
Using the Opposites Approach to Change Your Fattitudes
If you’ve tried every weight loss regimen out there and nothing works, Ryan Andrews is about to give you a reality check. Ryan will offer you words of encouragement, but he’ll also tell it like it is: Here’s how you got fat in the first place. If you&rsq...
Focus on Primary Care, Appropriateness and Transparency, National Strategies
The spotlight of Health Policy Developments 11 is on primary care. Thirty years after Alma-Ata, the WHO's declaration on primary care has lost none of its relevance. Hopes are high, realization a real challenge: Ideally, primary care overcomes the divide between the outpatient...