March 8, 2017
A recent conversation with a close friend helped spawn this particular recommendation. Following salient questions from my friend on what the best books of 2016 might be, the possibilities left me ruminating upon the answers.
Having reviewed 75+ books in 2016, it took a while to narrow down which ones were candidates for the best book in my opinion. Each and every book had something to offer, although admittedly there were a handful which were quite a letdown.
Although most books reviewed here had something to offer, what follow are the best books considering the topics they cover.
The following books center around health and education. These are the two most important topics considering they affect everyone. Without both, we have nothing, and when both are had, the foundation for a better living is at least set.
Book#1: A Mind Of Your Own – The Truth About Depression & How Women Can Heal Their Bodies To Reclaim Their Lives by Dr. Kelly Brogan [Review Here]
Why is this book important? Because depression affects more than 30 million people within the United States and even more around the world. What’s more, the information within this book has the potential to help millions if employed.
Having known a few people with depression, one of which was due to a vitamin deficiency, this topic is very near and dear to my heart. Such information regarding a vitamin deficiency as the cause of depression will never make it out of the bowels of Big Pharma, after all, since such a simple solution wouldn’t make money. The book is chock-full of insightful information that would help anyone with health issues, but especially those with depression.
In similar fashion to Dr. Peter Breggin’s Toxic Psychiatry, Dr. Brogan not only absolutely eviscerates the depression is a “chemical imbalance” theory, but she also takes it one step further. Dr. Brogan states that Depression is not a disease, it’s a SYMPTOM. Following that very thread, if you treat a symptom, you can NEVER cure a disease, and maybe that’s the point. By not having to address the core issue of depression, the pharmaceutical companies literally have 30 million people [and growing] to use as cashcows. That’s quite a disturbing prospect.
The author buttresses her book with over 100 medical references that rip apart much of the nonsense Big Pharma expounds regarding psychiatric medication.
This book would supplement anyone’s library rather well.
Book#2: Rotten To The (Common) Core: Public Schooling, Standardized Tests & The Surveillance State by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell & Gary Laurence [Review Here]
Public schooling within America continues to torpedo down the hill, with nigh no end in sight. Not only does common core continue to consistently create epic failures as the United States features some of the worst public schooling statistics in the world, but the consortium continues to push method, rather than content. But that’s not the most disturbing part.
In Rotten To The Common Core, Dr. Joseph P. Farrell & Gary Laurence both lay out concrete evidence that in disturbing ways the public schooling system couples directly to CIA MK-Ultra. The authors touch lightly upon that, while also noting the disturbing implications of the growing Artificial Intelligence that’s going to be seen more and more in the future.
This book is pregnant with implications, and if you have children, or are in any way shape or form concerned about the future, you might want to take a gander at this. A dumbed down future society is a troublesome prospect already. But one that has been possibly molded by CIA MK Ultra Mind control, that’s also tied to the surveillance grid, and couples into Artificial Intelligence? It almost seems like the script for a Hollywood movie. Shades of Huxley’s Brave New World fused with Orwell’s 1984 to boot.
Book#3: Eat To Beat Disease – Food’s Medicinal Qualities by Catherine J. Frompovich [Review Here]
Catherine Frompovich has been putting out high quality work for quite some time. Frompovich has also written on Vaccinations, Holistic Breast Cancer treatment, and more.
Eat To Beat Disease is a book everyone can put to use. With diseases of all types increasing out of control, it’s time for a change, and this book provides the foundation for it in spades.
In Eat To Beat Disease, Frompovich details a bevy of information for individuals to take back control of their health doing what they already do – eating. By using food as part of a common sense regimen, individuals of all types can attain great results. This book has also helped me personally fine-tune some of my eating habits, and am definitely glad to have read it. It’s a great reference book as well.
The veritable plethora of information within this book not only offers quality eating advice, but also features a common sense approach to tackling some of the most common ailments. This book is really a well rounded book, and everyone that has disease, or is struggling with health should really make it a point to read it.
Finance, Rogue Networks & Secret Sorcery: The Fascist International, 9/11, and Penetrated Operations
by Dr. Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D [Review Here]
The above book touches upon some of the more nefarious aspects of 9/11 in a way that most 9/11 researchers had not considered, and synthesizes previous information in a manner that’s as intriguing as it is disconcerting. Highly thought-provoking through and through, this is a must read to understand many of the issues society faces today.
Food Forensics by Mike Adams [Review Here]
Food Forensics is an essential library in understanding toxins within foods. If you want to know why people continue to get sick, read this book. It serves as an excellent compliment to Catherine Frompovich’s Eat To Beat Disease.
What books offered you a lot of value/knowledge? What were some of your favorites? Make sure to share them below, we would definitely like to hear.
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