Resources and References

Texts on food and sleep were extracted from

“Keys to Independence, Leaving Home to Study”: by Degouttes, Paine and Partrat. Copyright © 2018. All rights reserved. Partridge Publication, ISBN: 978-1-5437-4704-1.

Food chapter written by Sheila Partrat and Dr. Jean Francois Lesgards, with contribution from Denise Fair, Registered Dieetician
Sleep section written by Sheila Partrat

A few resources for Kundalini Yoga

A few sources for food and nutrition

  • Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/nutritionsource/
  • Pollan, Michael. In Defence of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. London: Penguin, 2009. Print.
  • Schwarcz, Dr. Joe. Is That a Fact?: Frauds, Quacks, and the Real Science of Everyday Life. Toronto, Ontario: EWC, 2014. Print.
  • Lustig, Robert H., MD NMSL. Sugar Has 56 Names, a Shopper’s Guide. N.p.: n.p., 2013.
  • Dr. Lustig, Robert H. Fat Chance: The Bitter Truth about Sugar, You Tube Video
  • Holford, Patrick. Patrick Holford’s The New Optimum Nutrition Bible. London: Piatkus, 2004. Print.
  • Robinson, Jo. Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health. New York,: Little Brown and, a Division of Hachette Book Group, 2013. Print.
  • Lesgards, JF, P. Durand, M. Lassarre, and P. Stocker. “Assessment of Lifestyle Effects on the Overall Antioxidant Capacity of Healthy Subjects.” Environmental Health Perspectives
  • Parker, R. (n.d.). Introduction to food science. Delmar, division of Thompson Learning.

Sleep & breathing: Sources or dig deeper

  • Park, S. Y. (2012). Sleep, interrupted: A physician reveals the #1 reason why so many of us are sick and tired. New York, NY: Jodev Press LLC.
  • ElectromagneticHealth.Org, The Shadow Side of the Wireless Revolution