Author Archives: Heather Wilkinson

Prenatal Nutrition and Birth Defects: The Hereditary Catastrophe of Nutritional Deficiency

Prenatal Nutrition and Birth Defects is an essential new booklet from SRP that tackles one of the most fundamental problems in today’s America: the continued genetic destruction of our progeny. In just a few information-packed pages, Mark R. Anderson connects the dots between abnormalities in the developing fetus (which are frequently revealed later in life)…

Rediscover Two Essential Cookbooks from SRP

Imagine preparing your family a slow cooked masterpiece on a cold winter’s night. Or whipping up your first batch of homemade kefir, yogurt, butter, or cheese come a leisurely weekend afternoon. Which would you rather do? Happily, there’s no need to choose. With Chef Phyllis Quinn’s Slow Cook Gourmet and Udderly Cultured at your disposal,…

Food Myths Take a Blow with Two New Books from SRP

Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride—author of Gut and Psychology Syndrome and creator of the GAPS healing protocol—is back with two more deeply researched and thoughtfully written books exploring the intersection between food and health: Vegetarianism Explained – An essential read for anyone following (or considering) a plant based diet. Dr. Campbell-McBride turns her focus to the value…

Introducing New On Demand Videos from SRP

We’ve got great news for holistic health providers: SRP has just added three new titles to our on demand series at Vimeo.com. That means you can watch the following essential presentations on any device. Anytime. Anywhere. A Review of Mark Anderson’s BTS 2015 Seminar: Cardiovascular Endurance, Performance & Maintenance – Dr. Michael Gaeta A Review…

SRP Introduces an Essential New Book on Childbirth

It’s not every day that a new book geared to new parents promotes an entirely new understanding of birth—yet that book is finally here, and it’s called Your Baby’s Microbiome. Written by Toni Harman and Alex Wakeford (authors of the award-winning documentary Microbirth), this book is an important read for would-be parents who want to…

The Many Sides of Dr. Royal Lee

A Close-Up of Dr. Royal Lee

In 1964, the famous cutting-edge journal Clinical Physiology published a meticulously researched article titled A Close-Up of Dr. Royal Lee: A Many-Sided Genius. Fascinating in both detail and scope, it told the story of how an unassuming Wisconsin farm boy became one of the most acclaimed nutritionists of the twentieth century. Dr. Lee helped create…

Your Gallbladder Matters

Each year in the United States, far and away the most common elective abdominal surgery is gallbladder removal. This is in large part due to the advent of a minimally invasive procedure known as the laparoscopic cholecystectomy in 1987. Ever since then, the number of surgeries performed annually has continued to rise—even among pregnant women,…

Foundations of Trophotherapy III: Exposing the Diet-Cancer Connection

Introducing the important third volume in our groundbreaking Foundations of Trophotherapy series. Five chapters. Nine articles. Supplementary excerpts and commentary from Dr. Royal Lee. Resources for further study. All of it shining a spotlight  on the diet-cancer connection as seen through the view of some of the twentieth century’s foremost researchers of nutrition. Indeed, Book…

Classic Titles for Modern Times: New MP3s from SRP

MP3 products

Ready, set, download! Select products from Selene River Press are now available as downloadable MP3s, and we’re hard at work to bring you more in the coming weeks and months. For now, you can start with some of our core audio titles. Previously only available as CDs, you won’t find this profoundly important work anywhere…

The New Secret Weapon for Practitioners

ENA CD

Good health practitioners understand the more their patients know about nutrition, the better. Great practitioners take the time to make it happen. Why not be great? With the Expert Nutrition Advisor: Informed Nutrition CD, all Standard Process and MediHerb clinicians have a secret weapon at their fingertips, one that will help them save time while…

Dairy Sensitivities and GAPS: Everything You Need to Know

Culturing Dairy cover

You may have heard of the Gut and Psychology Syndrome (GAPS) healing protocol. You may even be one of the many people who’ve benefited from it. Or perhaps you’re in the third category: the small but important subset of people who could benefit from GAPS, but avoid it because of their sensitivity to dairy products….

A Terrible Ten: Know Your Faux Health Foods

Terrible Ten cover

If you’re reading this blog post, you probably understand a thing or two about proper nutrition, and you definitely know what’s up at the grocery store. No white bread or soda for you. No corn syrup or GMOs. And no junk food, ever. When you get home and start carefully unloading your canvas tote, you…

The Science and Art of Muscle Response Analysis

MRA DVD

What, exactly, is muscle testing? If you’re a practitioner, now is a great time to find out. Available as a 3-DVD set or as on-demand videos, Dr. Lowell Keppel’s “Muscle Response Analysis: Seminar & Workshop” walks you through the deceptively simple process that can greatly improve your level of communication and quality care. It costs…

Practitioners—Tailor Your Nutritional Approach with a Simple New Chart

Organ chart

Some practitioners always seem to be on the lookout, forever seeking new ways to integrate the best nutritional formulas into their practice. If that sounds familiar, we have a new tool for you. The “Nutrition Affiliated with Organs, Glands, and Tissues Chart” is a straightforward, practical guide that cross-references 45 different organs, glands, and tissues…

Introducing the Natural Fast-Aid Cabinet

Natural Fast-Aid Cabinet

While your first-aid kit is good for the occasional scrape or sunburn, that tube of antibiotic ointment is pretty much useless when it comes to allergies, heartburn, or bloating. In fact, there’s a host of maladies that are best addressed with high quality, food-based nutritional supplements rather than adhesive pads and tweezers. Now families have…

Why We Get Sick and Die for No Good Reason: Foundations of Trophotherapy I, New Print Edition

TFTI cover

If you’re reading this, you probably know more than most that something is wrong. Too many of us are getting sick, living in poor health, suffering from disease, and even dying before our time—for no good reason. We just forgot how to eat. The truth of this has been known for decades, and it’s been…

How Do I Find Real Food While Traveling?

Travel food

Let’s face it. Whether we’re racing through the airport or driving for hours down a long and lonely road, for some of us, the downside of traveling is the series of increasingly questionable food choices we make on the go. A pit stop at Panda Express before security? Check. Grab some “trail mix” (M&Ms and…