Dr. Judith Boice
See Books for some of my books:
Art of Daily Activism
The Art of Daily
Activism is an invaluable guide to making the most of the politics of day-to-day life,
combining the lessons of the mind, the heart, and a lifetime's experience. Envision a life
worthy of your living and then create that vision in your daily life. "This book
is for those who have dreamed, awakened to disillusionment, and remained determined to
realize the stuff of dreams in the daily waking world. The heroes and heras are you and I,
and our time is now."
My Doctor Never Told Me That!": Secrets for creating lifelong health
"But My Doctor
Never Told Me That!" unveils the secrets for creating lifelong health. You will learn
how to make choices that support your vision of health, choose foods that nourish your
body, develop an exercise program you enjoy, and establish a collaborative relationship
with your physician.
Guide to Naturopathic Medicine (The Crossing Press Pocket Series)
Combining the best
current medical practice with remedies of the past, naturopathic medicine works to enhance
your body's innate healing capacity. This pocket-sized volume covers naturopathic medical
philosophy, an introduction to natural therapies, and home remedies for 26 common
conditions. Every patient who comes into my office receives a copy of this book so that in
the future they can begin immediately to take care of acute ailments at home, e.g. colds,
burns, diaper rash, indigestion, and menstrual cramping.
Club Mother Earth Postcard Collection; Through the Eyes of Women Photographers
The Sierra Club
Mother Earth Postcard Collection, a companion to the extraordinary photographic and
literary collection Mother Earth, presents a unique vision of our planet as seen through
the eyes of such talented women nature photographers as Barbara Brundege, Linde Waidhofer,
and Pam Roberson. Here, in the Sierra Club tradition of excellence in nature photography,
are 22 dramatic full-color, ready-to-mail postcards that reveal the graceful beauty and
awesome power of Mother Earth
Earth : Through the Eyes of Women Photographers and Writers
Animals were the
teachers of the first humans-showing them what to eat for food; plants to eat for medicine
and how to live and even how to die. Animals continue to teach us if we give them a
chance. We can learn far more from watching an animal in the wild (when it is involved
with its mammalian relationships with all around it) than from cutting it up into pieces
in a laboratory to study how a chemical works inside it . . .and thereby killing it.
-DOLORES LACHAPELLE Sacred Land, Sacred Sex: Rapture of the Deep
Mother Earth: Through the Eyes of Women Photographers and Writers, Revised Tenth-Anniversary Edition [SPECIAL EDITION]
Menopause With Science and Soul: A Guidebook for Navigating the Journey (Paperback)
Mental and Emotional Health
Anderson, Bob. Stretching.
Bolinas, CA; Shelter Publications, Inc., 1980.
Bailey, Covert. The New Fit or
Fat. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1991.
Bailey, Covert. Smart Exercise:
Burning Fat, Getting Fit. Boston, MA: Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1996.
Essi Systems, Stress Map:
Personal Diary Edition. New York: Newmarket Press, 1984.
The Firm workouts combine aerobics and strength training. Each tape
begins with a warm up and ends with stretching.
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