These are Books and Websites that we refer to in our research and recommend to those interested. Most books have Amazon links. (It’s the same price to you but they give us a little back that helps support the site -thank you).
Website resources are sites where we have found good information in their subject matter. Some are free, some have membership fees.
Books by Terry Roshau
Note: There are 3 non-nutritional books by Terry Roshau. Terry is an owner and founder of PPT, Inc. and produces the majority of the content for this website. He’s passionate about nutrition and natural solutions for healing. He’s also passionate about family, faith, and humanity.
Raising Loving Children – $8.00 (free shipping)
This book shows you how to teach a child to look beyond themselves and to love others. Then you can lead them into obedience!
Harmony of the Gospels – $10.00 (free shipping)
The most detailed line-by-line comparison of the 4 Gospels available. It leads to some challenging interpretations of inspiration. For Bible scholars.
Human Rights, Human Responsibility – $10.00 (free shipping)
This book looks at the foundation of how human rights are established – and the responsibility a person has in order to receive them. Very interesting political commentary.
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Coconut Oil Miracle – Fife. Everyone should be aware of this miracle food! Excellent coverage and a splended explanation of fats. (Amazon)
Harmony of the Gospels – T. A. Roshau. The most detailed line-by-line comparison of the 4 Gospels available. It leads to some challenging interpretation of inspiration. For Bible scholars. (Available from this site.)
Health, Harm or Rip-off? – Cooperman. This is a 2-vol. summary of more than 800 products examined by Consumer Lab website (above). It makes it much easier to go through the material if their approach appeals to you. (Amazon)
Human Rights, Human Responsibility – T. A. Roshau. This book looks at the foundation of how human rights are established – and the responsibility a person has in order to receive them. Very interesting political commentary. (Available from this site.)
Miracle Cures – Jean Carper. This book covers over 20 common illnesses and natural cures for them. She does an excellent job of giving solid references to support them. A must have. (Amazon)
Natural Health Bible – An A-Z guide to over 200 herbs, vitamins, and supplements, by Bratman…. This finds a good balance of science and natural healing. It might even be a little too conservative and not always up to recent discoveries, but it is still my #1 go-to starter. (Amazon)
Natural Health Bible for Dogs & Cats – An A-Z guide to over 200 Conditions…, by Messonnier. I love animals but find a limit of how for to go with them. However, for some, there is no limit. If so, this is an excellent foundational book to have. (Amazon)
Raising Loving Children – T. A. Roshau. This book shows you how to teach a child to look beyond themselves and to love others. Then you can lead them into obedience! (Available on this site.)
Splenda: Is It Safe Or Not? – Hull. This is the Splenda version of “Sweet Poison”. (Amazon)
Sweet Poison – Hull. This book, and it’s companion, “Splenda: Is It Safe Or Not?”, are well-documented sources of information for aspartame and Splenda toxins that can cause many serious illnesses in people. (Amazon)
II. Website Resources:
Consumer Labs – This is similar to Consumer Reports magazine. They analyze the chemical makeup and bio-availability of different brands of supplements. They take no advertising or payments and, we believe, are unbiased. They can’t cover all brands, of course, but do a very good job with those that they do cover. They give a limited free look at their site. (Consumerlab)
EWG – Environmental Working Group has some good research information, especially “Skin Deep” for skin product such as sunscreens. (EWG)
Sunglasses and Glasses – Provides eyeglass retailer reviews & information and does an excellent job of giving unbiased review of online eyeglass sellers. (Eyeglasses)
Sweet Poison – This website does an excellent job of exposing artificial sweeteners. (sweetpoison.com)