By Brenda W. Clough Look around you — the room you are sitting in as you read this. Perhaps you live in a cave, mysteriously equipped with wifi. A meditation room in a Tibetan monastery in the remote Himalaya, perhaps? … Continue reading
Brick Crapper M.D’s second book from Book View Café is the revolutionary How POSSESSION Can Help You LOSE Weight. It will be published on May 5th and ARCs will be available through LibraryThing’s Early Reviewers April batch. We’re very excited about … Continue reading
Book View Café proudly announce that The Colorectal Times bestselling author, Brick Crapper M.D. has joined BVC. Brick is one of leading experts on alternative diets and holds SEVEN doctorates from the Internet’s leading universities. He’s appeared on countless television … Continue reading
With French Fried topping the Travel Book bestseller list this week on Amazon.com (and rising to the number 3 biography) I thought I’d post an out-take from the book. I had planned a fun chapter on Health, and the lack … Continue reading
by Chris Dolley One of the most difficult things an author has to do is to cut good scenes from a book. I was very conscious while writing French Fried that I should try and introduce the crime chapters as … Continue reading
I’m making the case for a diet experiment–going one month without gluten (or just without wheat, if that’s all your schedule can handle right now.) We’re got four different levels of trying this out, and a world of different grains to try in place of wheat, barley and rye (as well as oats, which are contaminated by gluten unless the package says “gluten-free.”) Now, we step over to an important topic–gluten hidden in condiments and other places you just don’t expect it. Such as–ice cream? Eggnog? Cheese?Continue reading
Okay, eating the world may be an exaggeration, but not by a lot. There are a ton of foods out there for the gluten sensitive individual to eat, and most of them you’ve probably never given a second glance. But they are waiting for you, bursting with flavor.Continue reading
Here it is, the beginning of the New Year for the Western World. Some people are barreling ahead with resolutions, grand plans for diet change, exercise, social makeovers, new jobs, new spouses, new lives, for heaven’s sake – and it all makes you tired.
You’ve done pretty much ALL of this – over and over. And none of it has helped you gain energy, lose weight, find your enthusiasm or anything else that you’d like to find. Every attempt has smacked you down.
Well…on the way from recovering from an illness most don’t recover from, I discovered something. It gave me back my energy, my higher reasoning faculties, and finally, my creativity and writing. I am improving every single day.Continue reading
The past few weeks have been extra-hectic, and have once again reminded me of one of my own particular pet dilemmas. Consider this an appeal for help, suggestions, ideas, and so forth. The first horn is actually a good one, … Continue reading
This has been a wheezy week for me, replete with headaches and extra fatigue. (Which I need, by the way, about as much as an extra navel.) And the reason is a bit of overly enthusiastic housecleaning down at the … Continue reading