1. Nutrition


  • David L. Katz 2018:”The Truth About Food: Why Pandas Eat Bamboo and People get Bamboozled.”
  • Dean Ornish, 2018: “Undo It!: How simple Lifestyle Changes Can Reverse Most Chronic Diseases.”
  • Michael Greger, 2015: “How not to Die: Discover the foods scientifically proven to prevent and reverse disease.”
  • John McDougall, 2013: “The Starch Solution”
  • Richard Wrangham, 2009: “Catching Fire: How cooking made us human.”
  • Caldwell B. Esselstyn Jr., 2008: “Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease: The Revolutionary, Scientifically Proven, Nutrition-Based Cure”
  • Neal Barnard, 2008: “Dr. Neal Barnard’s Program for Reversing Diabetes: The Scientifically Proven System for Reversing Diabetes without Drugs”
  • T. Colin Campbell, 2006: “The China Study: The most comprehensive study of nutrition ever conducted and the startling implications for diet, weight loss and long-term health.”
  • Douglas Lisle & Alan Goldhamer, 2003: “The pleasure trap.”
  • Roy Swank, 1998: “The Multiple Sclerosis Diet Book: A Low-Fat Diet for the Treatment of MS”
  • Dean Ornish, 1995: “Dr Dean Ornish’s Program for Reversing Heart Disease: The Only System Scientifically Proven to Reverse Heart Disease Without Drugs or Surgery.”
  • Nathan Pritikin, 1981: “Pritikin Programme for Diet and Exercise”
  • Denis Burkitt, 1979: “Don’t forget Fibre in your Diet: To help avoid many of our commonest diseases.”

2. Medicine, Statistics

  • Peter Gøtzsche, 2015: “Deadly Psychiatry and organised denial.”
  • H. Gilbert Welch, 2015: “Less Medicine, more Health. 7 Assumptions that drive too much medical care.”
  • Natalie Grams, 2015: “Homöopathie neu gedacht: Was Patienten wirklich hilft.”
  • Peter Gøtzsche, 2013: “Deadly medicines and organised crime. How big pharma has corrupted healthcare.”
  • Peter Gøtzsche, 2012: “Mammography screening: Truth, Lies and Controversy.”
  • H. Gilbert Welch, 2011: “Overdiagnosed. Making people sick in the pursuit of health”
  • H. Gilbert Welch, 2006: “Should I get tested for cancer? Maybe not and here is why.”
  • Barbara Starfield, 1998: “Primary Care – Balancing Health Needs, Services and Technology”

3. Healthy Buildings

  • Edward Mazria, 1979: “A Complete Guide to Passive Solar Home, Greenhouse and Building Design.”
  • Alfred Eisenschink, 1990: “Falsch geheizt ist halb gestorben. Gesundheit und Rat für Millionen.”
  • Ianto Evans, 2002: “The Hand-Sculpted House: A Practical and Philosophical Guide to Building a Cob Cottage: The Real Goods Solar Living Book.”
  • Alfred Eisenschink, 2004: “Die krankmachende Ökofalle. Verordnete Irrwege und der Ausweg.”
  • Claus Meier, 2011: “Energie sparen am Gebäude: Thesen und Pseudothesen – Wissen contra Argumentenschwindel.”
  • Claus Meier, 2014: “Phänomen Strahlungsheizung: Ein humanes Heizsystem wird rehabilitiert.”