June 2013 – Dyslexia Around The World! by Dr. Phyllis Books


Is Dyslexia Found Around The World?


Dr Books explores how dyslexia manifests itself in other languages.
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Dyslexia Around The World

The Book is Now in Print

Sugar or Rat Poison?

CookBooks Corner-Xylitol Cookies and a Special Offer

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Top 6 Reasons Why Too Much Sugar May Be Ruining Your Health:

1.  Sugar can suppress the immune system.


2.  Sugar upsets the mineral relationships in the body.

3.  Sugar can cause hyperactivity, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, and crankiness in children.

4.  Sugar can produce a significant rise in triglycerides.

5.  Sugar contributes to the reduction in defense against bacterial infection (infectious diseases).

6.  Sugar causes a loss of tissue elasticity and function, the more sugar you eat the more elasticity and function you loose.

Our latest favorite sugar substitute? Xylitol. Various products are available  on our online store HERE.

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Dyslexia Around The World! 

As I head to Bali to present the universality of dyslexia…

Embrace the World

I ponder on a question I was asked recently at an event “Does dyslexia exist in other countries and languages?” Unfortunately, it does indeed.  Dyslexia shows itself on every continent, in every language.

However, dyslexia shows up differently in different languages and cultures. Dyslexia is sometimes difficult to detect and pin down from one country to the next. In the USA, there are many sub-types of dyslexia, based somewhat on where weaknesses show up in reading and writing.  In other countries, dyslexia may present differently based on what parts of the brain are engaged in the deciphering of letters and words or based on the structure and syntax in the language processing.

In Chinese and Japanese, the shapes of symbols that become words may be representations from nature.  Hence the part of the brain that recognizes shapes as a matter of survival is called upon.  In English and many romance and Germanic languages, the shapes of the letters are abstract and therefore call upon areas of the brain that decode and assign meaning to “nonsense”, but predictable, shapes. read more


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The Book is Now in Print
After 2 years, the information is available for all!

“Reversing Dyslexia”

 begins by redefining dyslexia, offering the most comprehensive view of this problem yet. It describes dyslexia’s common symptoms, lists its associated conditions, and details the many theories that surround this issue. It goes on to explain how the brain develops, revealing how an improperly functioning brain may be rewired and repaired through the right combination of therapies, all of which Reversing Dyslexia Bookare described in detail. It then shows how important nutrition, exercise, play, and music are to learning ability, and concludes with invaluable advice on how to choose the right school for your dyslexic child.”

Not bad, right? Thanks to my publisher SquareOne and thank you to all who support this book and continue to have faith in the success of this technique! Click on the book to order.

Sugar’s Bad? There is an Alternative, but Make Sure It’s Not Rat Poison!
By Dr. Phyllis Books

What's In It?So, you’ve been warned about the pitfalls of sugar, and you’re contemplating sugar substitutes to satisfy your cravings. Well, we thought it only prudent to let you know that aspartame (found in diet soda, some baked goods, gum and even some baby formula and in over 5,000 other foods  and drugs) is not only one of this country’s favorite and most prevalent sugar substitutes, it is also an excellent ant poison!

In fact, aspartame was used actively as an ingredient for ant eradication while it was first being determined “safe” in 1983 by the FDA for human consumption as a sugar substitute.

People in remote areas, who don’t have access to other forms or ant poison, or who have tried many kinds of poison that weren’t effective, rely on aspartame to kill their ants.


Once again in yet another way, as bad as sugar can be in it’s various forms, it’s still better than some artificial substitutes.  …. read the full article on the blog

CookBooks Corner
By Elaine Mcdaniel

Picnics, graduation parties, year end bake-sales or a thank you gift for the boss, cookies are always a great standby. They remind you of Sundays with Grandma or babysitting your favorite nephew, but they don’t have to mean afternoon sugar crashes or fear of a trip to the dentist because of their sugar content. The very much less toxic sugar substitute, Xylitol, would fool even the sweetest of Grannyies and is only harmful in huge doses (causing diarrhea).  So, use it, but as with everything else, don’t over use it!

Chocolate Chip Cookies


gluten free, dairy free, vegetarian, good fatCookie Stack

½ Cup coconut oil

½ Cup xylitol

2 tsp vanilla

2 eggs (or 3 small eggs)

½ Tsp baking soda

½ Tsp salt

3 cups Almond flour  (or other gluten free flour)

1 1/4 Cup chocolate chips

1) Blend coconut oil and Xylitol. Add eggs and vanilla. Mix well.

2) Add almond flour 1 cup at a time. Add baking soda during this process. Make sure to scrape the edges of the bowl.

3) Mix in chocolate chips

4) Spoon onto parchment lined baking sheets.

5) Cook 11-14 minutes. If you bake to golden brown the cookies will be dryer. Enjoy warm or store in and air tight container!

Nutrition Facts per  cookie: Calories 138.2,Total Carbohydrates 7.28g, Saturated Fat 4.19g,Protein 3.55g,Sugar 0.69g


Try out the recipe above, get your favorite pic device out and share them on our facebook page. The best “beauty shot” (yes you can be in it too!) of your cookies shared on our FB page, can qualify you for 50% off an Ionic Foot Cleanse Detoxifying Foot Bath (reg price $42). The winner will be messaged through Facebook with a special redemption code to give me, Elaine, when you book your appointment!

Deadline for photo submissions – June 30th.

More about Xylitol

Next month – a “make it yourself” ice cream recipe for those hot summer nights! Post you comments about these recipes LIKE US ON FACEBOOK
Events and Invitations
BrainGym Conference in Bali Dr Books and Child

I am thrilled to be heading to Bali, Indonesia in June to participate in the 2nd annual Braingym Conference. I will be presenting on Day 2 of the conference on the 14th of June 2013 at 10.30 – 12.00. If you would like to join me in beautiful Bali, please, visit the Official Website to see all the attendee costs and travel and accommodation details. See you there!

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