References and Additional Reading

Over the last 20 years I have read in excess of 10,000 books and research papers that have inspired and shaped my work. I have done my best to reference below those who have been instrumental in contributing to my work and I endeavour to keep this list up-to-date and current. For those of you who would like more information about the concepts I express in my books, you may find this list of interest.

Accidentally Overweight

  1. Horvath, K., & Perman, J. (2002). Autistic disorder and gastrointestinal Disease. Current Opinions in Pediatrics. 14(5): 583–7
  2. Horvath, K., & Perman, J. (2002). Autism and gastrointestinal symptoms. Current Gastroenterology Reports. 4(3): 251–8
  3. Horvath, K.,  Papadimitriou,   J.,   Rabsztyn,   A.,  Drachenberg,  C., & Tilden, J. (1999). Gastrointestinal abnormalities in children with autistic disorders. Journal of Pediatrics. 135(5): 559–63
  4. Jin, W., Wang, H., Ji, Y., Hu, Q., Yan, W., Chen, G., & Yin, H. (2008). Increased intestinal inflammatory response and gut barrier dysfunction in Nrf2-deficient mice after traumatic brain injury. Cytokine.44(1): 135–40
  5. Cade, R., Privette, M., Fregly, M., Rowland, N., Sun,, Z., Zele, V., Wagemaker, H., & Edelstein, C. (2000). Autism and schizophrenia: Intestinal disorders. Nutritional Neuroscience. 3(1): 57–72
  6. Rock, C., Natarajan, L., Pu, M., Thomson, C., Flatt, S., Caan, B., Gold, E., Al-Delaimy,  W.,  Newman,  V.,  Hajek,  R., Stefanick,  M., & Pierce, J. (2009). Longitudinal biological exposure to carotenoids is associated with breast cancer-free survival in the  women’s  healthy  eating and living study. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 18(2): 486–94
  7. Arcidiacono, B., Liritano, S., Nocera, A., Possidente, K., Nevolo, M., Ventura, V., Foti, D., Chiefari, E., & Brunetti, A. (2012). Insulin resistance  and cancer risk: An overview of the pathogenetic mechanisms. Experimental DiabetesResearch. Article ID 789174: 12 pages
  8. Aceves, C., Anguiano, B., & Delgado, G. (2005). Is iodine a gatekeeper of the integrity of the mammary gland? Journal of Mammary Gland Biology and Neoplasia. 10(2): 189–96
  9. Stoddard, F., Brooks, A., Eskin, B., & Johannes, G. (2008). Iodine alters gene expression in the MCF7 breast cancer cell line: evidence for an anti-estrogen effect of iodine. International Journal of Medical Sciences. 5(4): 189–96
  10. Venturi, S. (2001). Is there a role for iodine in breast diseases? The Breast. 10(5): 379–82
  11. Ley, R., Turnbaugh, P., Klein, S., & Gordon, J. (2006). Microbial ecology: Human gut microbes associated with obesity. Nature. 444(7122): 1022–23
  12. Lustig, R. (2006). Childhood obesity: behavioural aberration or biochemical drive? Reinterpreting the first law of thermodynamics. Nature Clinical Practice, Endocrinology & Metabolism Review. 2(8): 447–57
  13. Heymsfield, S., Greenberg, A., Fujioka, K., Dixon, R., Kushner, R., Hunt, T., Lubina, J., Patane, J., Self, B., Hunt, P., & McCamish, M. (1999). Recombinant leptin for weight loss in obese and lean adults: a randomized, controlled, dose-escalation trial. Journal of the American Medical Association. 282: 1568–75
  14. Jenkins, D., Wolever, T., Taylor, R., Barker, H., Fielden, H., Baldwin, J., Bowling, A., Newman, H., Jenkins, A., & Goff, D. (1981). Glycemic index of foods: a physiological basis for carbohydrate exchange. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 34(3): 362–6
  15. Hunt, T. Lubina, J. Patane, J. Self, B. Hunt, P. McCamish, M. ‘Recombinant leptin for weight loss in obese and lean adults: a randomized, controlled, dose-escalation trial,’ Journal of the American Medical Association, 1999; 282: 1568–75
  16. Naish, F., & Roberts, J. (1997). Better Health for Better Babies Series. Sydney: Random House.
  17. Northrup, C. (1998). Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. London: Judy Piatkus.
  18. Gottschall, E. (1994). Breaking the Vicious Cycle. Baltimore: Kirkton Press.
  19. Coates, K., & Perry, V. (2007). Embracing the Warrior: An Essential Guide for Women Burleigh Heads, Australia: Arteriol Press.
  20. Hay, L. (2004). You Can Heal Your Life. Carlsbad: Hay House.
  21. Chek, P. (2004). How to Eat, Move and Be Healthy! Encinitas: C.H.E.K Institute LLC.
  22. Isganaitis, E., & Lustig, R. (2005). Fast food, central nervous system insulin resistance, and obesity. Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis Vascular Biology. 25: 2451–62
  23. Lustig, R. (2006). The ‘skinny’ on childhood obesity: How our Western environment starves kids’ brains. Pediatric Annals. 35(12): 899–907
  24. Epstein, D. (1994). The 12 Stages of Healing. San Rafael, California: Amber-Allen Publishers.
  25. Robbins, A. (1992). Awaken the Giant Within. London: Simon & Schuster.

Rushing Woman’s Syndrome

  1. Bennett, Jane., & Pope, Alexandra. (2008). The Pill: Are You Sure It’s For You? Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  2. Coates, Karen., & Perry, Vincent. (2007). Embracing the Warrior: An Essential Guide for Women.Burleigh Heads, Australia: Arteriol Press.
  3. Epstein, Donny. (1994). The 12 Stages of Healing. Amber-Allen Publishers.
  4. Fasano, Alessio., et al. (2000). Zonulin, a newly discovered modulator of intestinal permeability, and its expression in celiac disease. The Lancet. 355(9214): 1518–1519
  5. 5. Hay, Louise. (2004). You Can Heal Your Life. Carlsbad: Hay House.
  6. Northrup, Christiane. (1998). Women’s Bodies Women’s Wisdom. London: Judy Pitches.
  7. Pearson, Allison. (2011). I Don’t Know How She Does It. New York: Anchor.
  8. Robbins, Anthony. (1992). Awaken the Giant Within. London: Simon & Schuster.
  9. 9. Roth, Geneen. (2011). Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money. New York: Viking Penguin.
  10. Weaver, Libby. (2011). Accidentally Overweight. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  11. 11Weaver, Libby. (2011). Rushing Woman’s Syndrome. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  12. 12Weaver, Libby. (2013). Beauty from the Inside Out. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  13. Weaver, Libby. (2014). The Calorie Fallacy. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  14. Weaver, Libby. (2015). Exhausted to Energized. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  15. Weaver, Libby. (2016). Women’s Wellness Wisdom. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  16. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2012). Dr. Libby’s Real Food Chef. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  17. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2013). Dr. Libby’s Real Food Kitchen. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  18. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2014). Dr.Libby’s Sweet Food Story. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  19. Whitton, Tracy. (2011). Stillness Through Movement. Gold Coast, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

CD

  1. Whitton, Tracy. (2011) One With Life. Gold Coast, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

Websites

  1. DeVrye, Catherine: www.greatmotivation.com
  2. Northrup, Kate: www.katenorthrup.com

Beauty from the Inside Out

  1. Bays, B. (2004). The Journey. London: Harper-Collins Publishers.
  2. Bennett, J. (2002). A Blessing Not a Curse: A Mother–Daughter Guide to the Transition from Child to Woman. Bowral, Australia: Sally Milner Publishing.
  3. Bennett, J., & Pope, A. (2008). The Pill: Are You Sure It’s For You? Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  4. Coates, K., & Perry, V. (2007). Embracing the Warrior: An Essential Guide for Women. Burleigh Heads, Australia: Arteriol Press.
  5. Deida, D. (1997). The Way of the Superior Man. Boulder, CO: Sounds True.
  6. Epstein, Donny. (1994). The 12 Stages of Healing. San Rafael, CA: Amber- Allen Publishers.
  7. Fasano, Alessio., et al. (2000). Zonulin, a newly discovered modulator of intestinal permeability, and its expression in celiac disease. The Lancet. 355(9214): 1518–19.
  8. Hay, Louise. (2004). You Can Heal Your Life. Carlsbad, CA: Hay House.
  9. Horvath, K., & Perman, J. (2002). Autistic disorder and gastrointestinal disease. Current Opinions in Pediatrics. 14(5): 583–87.
  10. Horvath, K., & Perman, J. (2002) Autism and gastrointestinal symptoms. Current Gastroenterology Reports. 4(3): 251–58.
  11. Horvath, K., et al. (1999) Gastrointestinal abnormalities in children with autistic disorders. Journal of Pediatrics. 135(5): 559–63.
  12. Jin, W., et al. (2008) Increased intestinal inflammatory response and gut barrier dysfunction in Nrf2-deficient mice after traumatic brain injury. Cytokine. 44(1): 135–40.
  13. Mills, Simon., & Bone, Kerry. (2000). Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy. London: Churchill Livingstone.
  14. Naish, Francesca. (1991). Natural Fertility. Bowral, Australia: Sally Milner Publishing.
  15. Northrup, Christiane. (1998). Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom. London: Judy Piatkus.
  16. Robbins, Anthony. (1992). Awaken the Giant Within. London: Simon & Schuster.
  17. Roth, Geneen. (2011). Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money. New York: Viking Penguin.
  18. Weaver, Libby. (2011). Accidentally Overweight. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  19. Weaver, Libby. (2012). Rushing Woman’s Syndrome. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  20. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2012). Dr Libby’s Real Food Chef. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  21. West Kurz, Susan. (2006). Awakening Beauty the Dr. Hauschka Way. New York: Clarkson Potter Publishers.
  22. Whitton, Tracy. (2011). Stillness Through Movement. Gold Coast, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

CDs

  1. Weaver, Libby. (2012). Restorative Calm. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  2. Whitton, Tracy. (2011). One With Life. Gold Coast, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

The Calorie Fallacy

  1. American Psychological Association. (2011). Stress in America Report. Accessed: www.apa.org 20.07.2014.
  2. Bennett, Jane., & Pope, Alexandra. (2008). The Pill: Are You Sure It’s For You? Sydney: Allen & Unwin.
  3. Cabot, Sandra. (1996). The Liver Cleansing Diet. Camden: WHAS.
  4. Casey, Lynne. (2013). Stress and Wellbeing in Australia Survey. The Australian Psychological Society.
  5. Coates, Karen., & Perry, Vincent. (2007). Embracing the Warrior: An Essential Guide for Women. Burleigh Heads, Australia: Arteriol Press.
  6. Epstein, Donny. (1994). The 12 Stages of Healing. Amber-Allen Publishers.
  7. Fasano, Alessio., et al. (2000). Zonulin, a newly discovered modulator of intestinal permeability, and its expression in celiac disease. The Lancet 355(9214): 1518–1519.
  8. Gottschall, Elaine. (1994). Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet. Baltimore: Kirkton Press.
  9. Harris, J.A., & Benedict, F.G. (1918). A biometric study of human basal metabolism: in Proceedings National Academy Science USA. 4(12): 370–373.
  10. Harris, J.A., & Benedict, F.G. (1919). A Biometric Study of Basal Metabolism in Man. Washington D.C.: Carnegie Institute of Washington.
  11. Hay, Louise. (2004). You Can Heal Your Life. Carlsbad: Hay House Inc.
  12. Hechtman, Leah. (2014). Clinical Naturopathic Medicine. Sydney: Elsevier.
  13. Horvath, K., & Perman, J.A. (2002). Autistic disorder and gastrointestinal disease: in Current Opinions in Pediatrics. 14(5): 583–7.
  14. Horvath, K., & Perman, J.A. (2002). Autism and gastrointestinal symptoms: in Current Gastroenterology Reports 4(3): 251–8.
  15. Horvath, K., Papadimitriou, J.C., Rabsztyn, A., Drachenberg C., & Tildon, J.T. (1999). Gastrointestinal abnormalities in children with autistic disorders: in Journal of Pediatrics. 135(5): 559–63.
  16. Isganaitis, E., & Lustig, R.H. (2005). Fast Food, Central Nervous System Insulin Resistance, and Obesity: in Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis Vascular Biology. 25: 2451–2462.
  17. Jin, W., Wang, H., Ji, Y., Hu, Q., Yan, W., Chen, G., & Yin, H. (2008). Increased intestinal inflammatory response and gut barrier dysfunction in Nrf2-deficient mice after traumatic brain injury. 44(1): 135–40.
  18. Ley, R.E., Backhed, F., Turnbaugh, P.J., Lozupone, C.A., Knight, R.D., &
  19. Gordon, J.I. (2005). Obesity alters gut microbial ecology: in Proceedings National Academy Sciences USA. 102(31): 11070–11075.
  20. Ley, R.E., Turnbaugh, P.J., Klein, S., & Gordon, J.I. (2006). Microbial ecology: Human gut microbes associated with obesity: in Nature. 444(7122): 1022–1023.
  21. Lustig, R.H. (2006). Childhood Obesity: Behavioral aberration or biochemical drive? Reinterpreting the First Law of Thermodynamics. Nature Clinical Practice, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Review 2(8): 447–457.
  22. Lustig, R.H. (2006). The “Skinny” on Childhood Obesity: How Our Western environment starves kids’ brains: in Pediatric Annals. 35(12): 899–907.
  23. Mills, Simon., & Bone, Kerry. (2000) Principles and Practice of Phytotherapy. London: Churchill Livingstone.
  24. Müller, B., Merk, S., Bürgi, U., & Diem, P. (2001) Calculating the basal metabolic rate in severe and morbid obesity. Praxis (Bern 1994) 90(45): 1955–1963.
  25. Northrup, Christiane. (1998). Women’s Bodies Women’s Wisdom. London: Judy Piatkus.
  26. Provenzano, Renata. (2006). The World According to Karl: in Fitness Life: Auckland: Fitness Life. 112-114.
  27. Robbins, Anthony. (1992). Awaken the Giant Within. London: Simon & Schuster.
  28. Roth, Geneen. (2011). Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money. New York: Viking Penguin.
  29. Roza, A.M., & Shizgal, H.M. (1984). The Harris Benedict equation reevaluated: resting energy requirements and the body cell mass. American Journal Clinical Nutrition. 40(1): 168–182.
  30. Schofield, W.N. (1985). Predicting basal metabolic rate, new standards and review of previous work. Human Nutrition Clinical Nutrition, Supplement. 39(1): 5–41.
  31. Shils, Maurice., Olson, E., James, A., & Shike, Moshe. (1994) Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease; Eighth Edition. Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger.
  32. Weaver, Libby. (2011). Accidentally Overweight. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  33. Weaver, Libby. (2012). Rushing Woman’s Syndrome. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  34. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2012). Dr Libby’s Real Food Chef. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  35. Weaver, Libby. (2013). Beauty from the Inside Out. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  36. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2013). Dr Libby’s Real Food Kitchen. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  37. Whitton, Tracy. (2011). Stillness Through Movement. Gold Coast, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

CDs

  1. Weaver, Libby. (2012). Restorative Calm. Auckland: Little Green Frog Publishing.
  2. Whitton, Tracy. (2011). One With Life. Gold Coast, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

Exhausted to Energized

Books and articles

  1. American Psychiatric Association (2013) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition Arlington: American Psychiatric Association Publishing.
  2. Beard, J. (2003) ‘Iron deficiency alters brain development and functioning’, The Journal of Nutrition; 133(5): 1468S–1472S.
  3. Bey, L. and Hamilton, M.T. (2003) ‘Suppression of skeletal muscle lipoprotein lipase activity during physical inactivity: a molecular reason to maintain daily low-intensity activity’, Journal of Physiology; 551(Pt 2): 673–682.
  4. Casey, L. (2013) ‘Stress and Wellbeing in Australia Survey’, Melbourne: The Australian Psychological Society.
  5. Coates, K. and Perry, V. (2007) Embracing the Warrior: An Essential Guide for Women Burleigh Heads: Arteriol Press.
  6. Epstein, D. (1994) The 12 Stages of Healing San Rafael, CA: Amber-Allen.
  7. Hamilton, M.T., Hamilton, D.G., and Zderic, T.W. (2004) ‘Exercise physiology versus inactivity physiology: an essential concept for understanding lipoprotein lipase regulation’, Exercise Sport Science Review; 32(4): 161–166.
  8. Hawley, J.A., Hargreavges, M., Zierath, J.R. (2006) ‘Signalling mechanisms in skeletal muscle: role in substrate selection and muscle adaptation’ Essays in Biochemistry; 42: 1-12.
  9. Hay, L. (2004) You Can Heal Your Life Carlsbad: Hay House.
  10. Holloszy, J. O. (1967) ‘Biochemical adaptations in muscle: effects of exercise on mitochondrial oxygen uptake and respiratory enzyme activity in skeletal muscle.’ J. Biol. Chem. 242, 2278–2282. Cited on the website: mangomannutrition.com by Dr Khambatta.
  11. Hood, D. A. (2009) Mechanisms of exercise-induced mitochondrial biogenesis in skeletal muscle. Appl. Physiol. Nutr. Metab. Physiol. Appliquée Nutr. Métabolisme 34, 465–472.
  12. Horvath, K. and Perman, J. (2002) ‘Autistic disorder and gastrointestinal disease. Current Opinions in Journal of Pediatrics; 14(5): 583–587.
  13. Horvath, K., and Perman, J. (2002) ‘Autism and gastrointestinal symptoms’, Current Gastroenterology Reports; 4(3): 251–258.
  14. Horvath, K., Papadimitriou, J., Rabsztyn, A., Drachenberg C., and Tildon, J.T. (1999) ‘Gastrointestinal abnormalities in children with autistic disorders’, Journal of Pediatrics; 135(5): 559–563.
  15. Jin, W., Wang, H., Ji, Y., Hu, Q., Yan, W., Chen, G., and Yin, H. (2008) ‘Increased intestinal inflammatory response and gut barrier dysfunction in Nrf2-deficient mice after traumatic brain injury’, Cytokine; 44(1): 135–140.
  16. Lanza, I. R. et al. (2008) Endurance exercise as a countermeasure for aging. Diabetes 57, 2933–2942.
  17. Lipton, B. (2008) The Biology of Belief: Unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles Carlsbad: Hay House.
  18. Nisoli, E., Clementi, E., Carruba, M. O. & Moncada, S. (2007) ‘Defective Mitochondrial Biogenesis: a Hallmark of the High Cardiovascular Risk in the Metabolic Syndrome?’ Circ. Res. 100, 795–806.
  19. Northrup, K. (2013) Money: A Love Story. Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really Want Carlsbad: Hay House.
  20. Prandovszky, E., Gaskell, E., Martin, H., Dubey, J.P., Webster, J.P., and McConkey, G.A. (2011) ‘The neurotropic parasite Toxoplasma gondii increases dopamine metabolism’, PLoS ONE; 6(9): e23866.
  21. Rath, T. (2015) Fully Charged? Silicon Valley: Silicon Guild.
  22. Ritov, V. B. et al. (2005) ‘Deficiency of subsarcolemmal mitochondria in obesity and type 2 diabetes’, Diabetes 54, 8–14.
  23. Roth, G. (2009) Women, Food and God. New York: Scribner.
  24. Roth, G. (2011) Lost and Found: Unexpected Revelations About Food and Money New York: Viking Penguin.
  25. Salamone, J.D. and Correa, M. (2012) ‘The mysterious motivational functions of mesolimbic dopamine’, Neuron; 76(3): 470–474.
  26. Sreekumar, R. & Nair, K. S. (2007) ‘Skeletal muscle mitochondrial dysfunction & diabetes’ Indian J. Med. Res. 125, 399–410.
  27. Ware, B. (2011) The Top Five Regrets of the Dying Carlsbad: Hay House.
  28. Weaver, L. (2011) Accidentally Overweight Auckland: Little Green Frog and (2016) London: Hay House.
  29. Weaver, L. (2012) Rushing Woman’s Syndrome Auckland: Little Green Frog and (2017) London: Hay House.
  30. Weaver, L. (2013) Beauty from the Inside Out Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  31. Weaver, L. (2014) The Calorie Fallacy Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  32. Weaver, L (2016) Women’s Wellness Wisdom Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  33. Weaver L. (2017) The Energy Guide Sydney: Pan Macmillan.
  34. Weaver, L. (2017) What am I Supposed to Eat? Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  35. Weaver, L. and Tait, C. (2012) Dr Libby’s Real Food Chef Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  36. Weaver, L. and Tait, C. (2013) Dr Libby’s Real Food Kitchen Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  37. Weaver, L. and Tait, C. (2014) Dr Libby’s Sweet Food Story Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  38. White, P.D., Grover, S.A., Kangro, H.O., Thomas, J.M., Amess, J., and Clare, A.W. (1995) ‘The validity and reliability of the fatigue syndrome that follows glandular fever’, Psychological Medicine; 25: 917–920.
  39. White, P.D., Thomas, J.M., Sullivan, P.F., and Buchwald, D. (2014) ‘The nosology of sub-acute and chronic fatigue syndromes that follow infectious mononucleosis’, Psychological Medicine; 34: 499–503.
  40. White, P. (2007) ‘What causes prolonged fatigue after infectious mononucleosis – and does it tell us anything about chronic fatigue syndrome? The Journal of Infectious Diseases; 196(1): 4–5.
  41. Whitton, T.  (2011) Stillness Through Movement Burleigh Heads: Tracy Whitton.

Online papers

  1. In alphabetical order of the topic to which the reference relates.

Addictions information used in the dopamine chapter:

  1. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/johann-hari/the-real-cause-of-addicti_b_6506936.html

Cell wall deficient organisms:

  1. http://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(00)04991-6/fulltext

Circadian Rhythms:

  1. https://www.nigms.nih.gov/education/pages/Factsheet_CircadianRhythms.aspx 

Coffee consumption statistics:

  1. https://www.rawstory.com/2011/09/two-thirds-of-americans-perk-up-with-coffee-survey/ 

Digestion of homemade food versus processed food

  1. http://www.wcvb.com/article/inside-stomach-ramen-noodle-digestion-goes-viral-1/8170542 

Dopamine:

  1. Salamone, J.D., Correa, M. (2012) ‘The Mysterious Motivational Functions of Mesolimbic Dopamine.’ Neuron 76 (3): 470. Accessed at: 10.1016/j.neuron.2012.10.021https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130110094415.htm

Histamine

  1. http://adrenalfatigue.org/allergies/

Hydration information:

  1. http://jn.nutrition.org/content/early/2011/12/20/jn.111.142000.full.pdf+html

The Impact of Sleep Deprivation on Hormones and Metabolism:

  1. et al. (2005) ‘The Impact of Sleep Deprivation on Hormones and Metabolism’ Medscape Neurology 7 (1) accessed online https://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/502825

Infections and brain chemistry:

  1. https://www.leeds.ac.uk/news/article/2635/brain_parasite_directly_alters_brain_chemistry

Iodine and breast health:

  1. Venturi, S. (2001) ‘Is there a role for iodine in breast diseases?’ Breast 10(5):379-82.
  2. Accessed at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/14965610

Iodine deficiency in childhood linked to lower IQ:

  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15734706

Iron deficiency statistics:

  1. http://www.healthyfoodguide.com.au/articles/2011/july/are-you-risk-how-avoid-australia-s-top-dietary-deficiencies
  2. http://www.who.int/nutrition/topics/ida/en/ 

Mitochondria information:

  1. http://fitstar.com/high-intensity-exercise/
  2. https://www.mangomannutrition.com/mitochondrial-biogenesis-part1/

Open loops section:

  1. http://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinkruse/2015/07/10/to-do-lists-time-management/

Oxygenation information:

  1. http://www.livestrong.com/article/112789-effects-low-blood-oxygen-levels/
  2. https://www.livestrong.com/article/251066-how-to-get-more-oxygen-to-the-blood/

Postnatal depletion information:

  1. http://oscarserrallach.com

Purpose

  1. https://www.huffingtonpost.com/shannon-kaiser/3-unexpected-ways-to-find_b_5176511.html

Screen time:

  1. https://www.irishtimes.com/business/media-and-marketing/three-hours-and-28-minutes-how-long-irish-adults-spend-watching-tv-each-day-1.2074154
  2. https://www.simpletoremember.com/vitals/TVaddictionIsNoMereMetaphor.pdf

Sleep apnoea information:

  1. http://patient.info/doctor/obstructive-sleep-apnoea-pro

Sleep deprivation:

  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1739867/
  2. University Hospitals Case Medical Center (2013) “Sleep deprivation linked to aging skin, study suggests.” Science Daily, 23 July 2013 viewed at: www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/07/130723155002.htm

Sleeping tablet usage statistics:

  1. https://www.pharmac.govt.nz/assets/annual-review-2012.pdf

Stop, Keep, Start ideas:

  1. http://www.daniellelaporte.com/28-best-things-i-ever-did/

Stress statistics:

  1. American Psychological Association, Stress in America Report, 2011, at www.apa.org.
  2. https://www.psychology.org.au/Assets/Files/Stress20wellbeing20Australia202013.pdf

The subconscious mind: more information about Dr Bruce Lipton’s work:

  1. http://www.lifetrainings.com/Your-unconscious-mind-is-running-you-life.html

Women’s Wellness Wisdom

  1. Bey, L., & Hamilton, M.T. (2003). Suppression of skeletal muscle lipoprotein lipase activity during physical inactivity: a molecular reason to maintain daily low-intensity activity. Journal of Physiology. 551(Pt 2): 673–682.
  2. Buettner, Dan. (2010). The Blue Zones. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.
  3. Hamilton, M.T., Hamilton, D.G., & Zderic, T.W. (2004). Exercise physiology versus inactivity physiology: an essential concept for understanding lipoprotein lipase regulation. Exercise Sport Science Review 32(4): 161–166.
  4. Weaver, Libby. (2011). Accidentally Overweight. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  5. Weaver, Libby. (2012). Rushing Woman’s Syndrome. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  6. Weaver, Libby. (2013). Beauty from the Inside Out. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  7. Weaver, Libby. (2014). The Calorie Fallacy. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  8. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2012). Dr Libby’s Real Food Chef. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  9. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2013). Dr Libby’s Real Food Kitchen. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  10. Weaver, Libby., & Tait, Cynthia. (2014). Dr Libby’s Sweet Food Story. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  11. West Kurz, Susan. (2006). Awakening Beauty the Dr. Hauschka Way. New York: Clarkson Potter Publishers.
  12. Whitton, Tracy. (2011). Stillness Through Movement. Burleigh Heads, Australia: Tracy Whitton.

Websites

  1. www.kevinkruse.com for time management data

CDs

  • Weaver, Libby. (2012). Restorative Calm. Auckland: Little Green Frog.
  • Whitton, Tracy. (2011). One With Life. Burleigh Heads, AustraliaTracy Whitton.

The Energy Guide

N/A

What am I Supposed to Eat?

Books

  1. Bennett, J, and Pope, A. The Pill: Are You Sure It’s For You? Sydney: Allen Unwin, 2008.
  2. Bourbeau, Lise. (2011). Just Listen to your Body and Eat. Saint-Jerome: Les Editions.
  3. Gray, Louise. (2016). The Ethical Carnivore. London: Bloomsbury.
  4. Hay, Louise. (2004). You Can Heal Your Life. Carlsbad: Hay House.
  5. Isaacson, Walter. (2015). Steve Jobs. New York: Simon & Schuster.
  6. Roth, Geneen. (2009). Women, Food and God. New York: Scribner.
  7. Carson, Rachel. (1962) Silent Spring. Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
  8. Isaacson, Walter. (2015). Steve Jobs. New York: Simon & Schuster.
  9. King, George. (2015) The Diabetes Reset. New York: Workman Publishing.
  10. Price, Weston. (2004) Nutrition and Physical Degeneration: 6th edition. USA: Price-Pottenger Nutrition Foundation.

Articles and online articles

  1. https://iquitsugar.com/luxury-ubiquity-brief-history-sugar/ Accessed 27.3.17
  2. Bowden, Jennifer “A Word from the Wiser”The NZ Listener November 19, 2016.”

Journal publications

  1. Abramovitz BA, Birch LL. (2000). “Five-year-old girls’ ideas about dieting are predicted by their mothers’ dieting”. Journal of the American Dietetic Association100:1157-63.
  2. Beydoun MA, & Wang Y. (2009). “Parent-child dietary intake resemblance in the United States: Evidence from a large representative survey”. Social Science & Medicine68: 2137-44.
  3. Field AE, Austin SB, Striegel-Moore R et al. (2005). “Weight concerns and weight control behaviors of adolescents and their mothers”. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine159:1121-6.
  4. Kurenbach, B, Marjoshi, D et al. (2015). “Sublethal exposure to commercial formulations of the herbicides dicamba, 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, and glyphosate cause changes in antibiotic susceptibility in Escherichia coli and Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium”. mBio: American Society for Microbiology Online Journal6; 2: 9-15.
  5. Smolak L, Levine MP & Schermer F. (1999). “Parental input and weight concerns among elementary school children”. International Journal of Eating Disorders25: 263-71.
  6. Wertheim EH, Mee V, & Paxton SJ. (1999). “Relationships among adolescent girls’ eating behaviors and their parents’ weight-related attitudes and behaviors”. Sex Roles41: 169-87.

Real Food Chef

N/A

Real Food Kitchen

N/A

Sweet Food Story

N/A

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