Recommended Reading

Recommended Reading 2018-01-26T20:10:08+00:00

Fatigued to Fantastic by Jacob Teitelbaum, MD

Great detail, easy to read, treatment plans that work.  This man has given so much to the FM/CFS community.

Adrenal Fatigue by Jonathon Wright, MD

This book explains in detail how stress affects the body, how the adrenal glands work and what happens when they don’t.  Great book for anyone who has undergone a period of intense stress, grief, or is experiencing fatigue.

The Anti-Inflammatory Diet and Recipe Book by Jessica Black, ND

Inflammation in the body is one of the main underlying causes for disease.  This book explains what inflammation is and how to lower your inflammation through healthy eating.  Excellent book.

Inflammation Nation by Chilton and Tucker

Our nation is one of the sickest in the world.  Eating a standard american diet (SAD diet) can make you sick.  Read why this is so and how to change your health through eating differently.  Very eye-opening and inspirational reading.

The Vitamin D Solution: A 3-Step Process to Cure Our Most Common health Problem by  Michael Holick MD, PhD

Most every patient I test is low in Vitamin D.  Current research has linked low levels of Vitamin D3 to heart disease, auto-immune conditions, cancer, multiple sclerosis, osteoporosis, and even migraines.  Very important information to know.  Remember to always test via blood work before starting treatment.

The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton, PhD

Science has now proven that our attitude changes the molecules of our body.  This book gives the scientific background of how the mind actually has a positive or negative effect on the body.

Clean, Green, and Lean:  Get Rid of the Toxins That Make you Fat by Walter Crinnion, ND

Never before have I listened to a more dynamic speaker.  His enthusiasm comes through in this book.  Dr. Crinnion is an expert in the field of environmental medicine.  His knowledge is know available in a practical guide to health and weight loss.

You Can Heal your Life by Louise Hay

My life made a 360 degree change after reading this book.  It has helped many patients get control over their health by helping them understand the emotional component involved.

The Vegetarian Handbook by Gary Null, PhD

I am not a physician who suggests we all should become vegetarian.  It is well known that eating more vegetables has shown to be beneficial to our health.  Many of us lack the confidence to have a meal without meat, this book has good recipes.  It can help anyone eat foods that will provide all 20 essential amino acids (perfect protein).  The last 15 pages are lists of foods, that when combined in a meal, give us these amino acids.  Essential information to know if you are a vegetarian, helpful and eye-opening for those who want to move more toward a vegetarian diet to improve their health.

Dr. Wendy Wells is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. Call 480-607-0299 or Contact Dr. Wells online.