- Free to Fly
a journey toward wellness
Canadian Best-seller. Written in story-form, it is Canada’s all-time best selling and most loved book on health and wellness. With over 1. 3 million dollars worth sold, this book is the most accessible
book in its field to explain complex health problems in layman’s terms, covering all manner of allergies, IBS, PMS, depression, Candida, CFS, asthma, migraines, nausea, eczema, as well as ear and throat infections, colitis, hyperactivity and ADHD in children. Praised by medical doctors and natural health practitioners alike for its accuracy, completeness and readability, it is the first book you should read to help prevent disease, improve your health and change your life. Significant information on nutrition and the environment, including your workplace, home, lawns and gardens.
- Winner, Canadian Best-seller 1998
- Winner, Nova Scotia Best-seller 2004
- Winner, Canadian Best-seller 2005
The list of quotes, cover quotes, reviews and articles on this title by reviewers and health professionals is very extensive.
One may also check readers' comments on the publisher's website or on Amazon or Indigo sites or simply google the title for other examples.
Following are a small number of such examples.
1. Dr. William Crook, author of the million plus best-seller The Yeast Connection, calls it a “A superb book!”
2. It became a Canadian Best-Seller just three months after its national release. .. and is currently the all-time #1 Best Seller in its field of alternative health in Canada
3. This could be the most important book you ever bought. . . by Jeanne M. Haely
This book has given me information that has changed my life. Flying Free suggests that one should not only follow the advice of their Doctor, but also become aware that a knowledge of nutrition can make one well together with medicine. I recommend it to anyone who would like to learn how to take responsibility for thir own health and become partners with their Dr. rather than remain a passive patient. I had been on four rounds of antibiotics last year but was becoming more and more ill --- then I read this book. It may have saved my life.
4. A great eyeopening guide!, July 4, 2009
By L. Roberts "Just shoppin" . .. FIVE STARS!
This is a wonderful book to help you make connections to health issues you may be having in your own life. I wish it had been more of an autobiography type book rather than written the way it was, but I just tried to ignore that part. This book constantly makes you realize just how sensitive and human we all are - and how devastating man can be to our environment. I may not have all the health issues as the character in the book, but at times it is eerily similar. A great book to recommend to those who have chronic health problems - I know I will.
5. ---5. 0 out of 5 stars healing starts now. .by
Miljan Perry - This review is from: Free to Fly: A Journey Toward Wellness, Second Edition
I throughly enjoyed reading this book. It is written in narrative form so it's easy to follow. In the story line the main character goes through a sort of a metamorphosis in allowing nature to take it's course of healing. There are so many things in our internal and external environment that can trigger illness. As Judit Rajhathy shows in "Free To Fly" if we listen to our bodies and get to the cause instead of masking the symptoms we can discover various dis-ease even sensitivities. If you are a true seeker of naturopathy then you will enjoy this book from beginning to end. At the end of the book you will find other interesting reading material to add to your
journey of healing!