In You're Trying Too Hard, Joey Lott explains exactly that - you are trying too hard, and you will never achieve your goals precisely because you already have freedom. Stop trying everything under the sun to bring yourself to true enlightenment. Stop searching for wiser, more special teachers. Stop worrying about lineage and ego and diet and the self. Stop everything. Remain only with direct experience, and let true clarity at least reveal itself.
You can heal your teeth with sugar! Does this sound crazy to you? Do you think you need to give up all the foods you love in order to have healthy teeth or gums? Does it really have to be one or the other? Joey Lott, the author of How I Healed My Teeth By Eating Sugar, doesn’t think so. In this book, he reveals how he reversed a number of tooth and gum problems (cavities, loose teeth, and receding gums, to name a few) with a few dietary tricks (sugar included!) and inexpensive supplements. The regimen is simple, backed by science, and easy on your wallet. There’s more to dental health than fluoride and flossing. There are natural ways to heal your teeth and gums that don’t involve twice daily brushing and flossing. In fact, these standard methods of tooth care may not be doing as much for your dental health as you’ve been led to believe. Discover a new formula for repairing cavities, tightening up loose teeth, and healing receding gums that is natural and inexpensive. Find out which supplements really work and which may be over-priced and over-hyped. Learn about the vital role metabolism and hormonal health plays in your ability to regrow and re-mineralize your teeth. If you’ve been on the path of natural dental health for a while, you might be surprised by what you read! What would it be like to walk into the dentist’s office year after year and have a clean bill of health every time? Fillings and other expensive procedures often feel inevitable; it’s easy to feel powerless over our dental health, especially since we’ve been led to believe it’s impossible to regrow teeth. How I Healed My Teeth By Eating Sugar takes the reader on a journey through tooth structure and anatomy that reveals the truth of the situation: that our teeth are as much alive as every other part of our body.
Joey Lott's No One Home is a short and simple audio guide to the ever-present simplicity of being. Lott demonstrates in simple terms that there is no separate self, there is only the simplicity of being, and from there goes on to demonstrate the reasons for which this is such a beneficial discovery.
If you take a ride down the rabbit hole with Joey, he can show you that the path to true peace is infinitely simpler and more accessible than you've ever imagined. There are no complicated mantras involved, just a simple leap of faith and a straightforward shift in your habits. Throughout the book he carefully explains how to strip away the façade of what we imagine peace to be and reveals the reality of what peace actually is. He then shows us the absolute ease with which this peace can be known beyond doubt.
Pundits, politicians, medical professionals, and hucksters alike bombard us with their scaremongering. We're reminded often of the high rates of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and other diseases, and we're encouraged - sometimes even mandated - to reduce our risk. Amidst the hysteria, everyone is looking for something to blame. Sugar has become a scapegoat. In fact, sugar has been called "the new tobacco". But the evidence against sugar is practically non-existent.
"Sugar is Good For You?"
Joey Lott shares his wisdom from more than 20 years of direct, personal experience with obsessive-compulsive behavior. He gives a frank and honest account of how his own personal obsession took hold, detailing the way in which one single childhood incident set off a chain reaction of behavioral abnormalities that led him down a spiral of destruction.
A deficiency in this one nutrient is known to contribute to cancer, heart attack, stroke, diabetes, Alzheimer's, liver disease, and chronic fatigue, among other conditions. On the other hand, adequate amounts reduce inflammation, improve sleep, improve recovery from exercise, improve heavy metal detoxification, and protect the liver and brain. So what is this mystery nutrient? Is it some obscure superfood or expensive supplement? No! It's glutathione, which is a naturally occurring substance produced by the body.
Is Organic Worth the Price?
$8 for organic milk. Sure, you could spend half as much, but it’s worth it to know that you’re supporting a small family farm where the cows can munch on green grass all day. Plus, you’re not drinking nasty hormones and chemicals, and you’re doing your part to save the environment. Seems like you’re winning all around, but what would you do if that picture of the happy farm, the personal health, and the clean air and water turned out not to be so pretty? What if organic isn't all it's hyped up to be?
What if organic produce only had marginally less pesticide residues than conventional produce? What if the organic, grass-fed beef cows ended up on the very same feedlots as factory-farmed, grain-fed beef cows? What if large swaths of the country were being taken over by huge corporate-owned farming operations, organic farming operations that were destroying the landscape and depleting the soil? Organic is much more complicated than we’ve been led to believe. From the scale to the possible health implications of pesticides to the treatment of animals, it’s not a black and white issue.
Natural Deception takes a sobering look at one of the fastest growing industries in the world today. We find that organic may be one more buzz phrase used to sell products rather than a movement really concerned for the wellbeing of our planet and its inhabitants. In the spirit of an undercover news reporter, author Joey Lott takes us through the organic food industry point by point, examining our assumptions and revealing the truth. Find out what major corporation owns your favorite small organic brand. Examine whether pesticides may be a health detriment or even partially beneficial.
It sounds easy, but we live in a world where external influences control so much of what we do, and yes, that includes our breathing. Breathe reveals that we are all born knowing the correct way to breathe, and there are ways to find our way back to that great breathing technique hidden deep inside of us. It's simply a matter of learning the techniques outlined in this book that can help you let go and live and breathe deeply.
We're constantly being told to eat less, whether it's fewer calories, fewer carbs, less sugar, etc. But is this really the path of perfect health...or is it putting us in a dangerous state of starvation? Lott takes a look at common diseases, like osteoporosis, chronic Lyme, and anxiety, and their connection to food restriction - something that none of the doctors and experts are willing to tell us, if they even know themselves.
Did you get stumped on the word "learning"? Because, after all, who needs to learn how to breathe, right? We do it naturally, automatically. If we didn't, we'd be dead. That's true. But there are, in fact, breathing techniques - that, when applied appropriately - can help you live a more peaceful, productive, life. Knowing the difference between good and bad breathing techniques is crucial.
"Great content, wrong narrator"
In I'm Not Dead Yet, Joey Lott explains the way in which any one of us can take the painful experience of chronic illness and, within it, discover an incredible gift that can free us from all of the anxiety and fear and hopelessness of the past. In learning to both face up to and accept whatever experience, however horrible, comes our way, we can find a true freedom and peace inside our hearts. Without the resistance to experiences, we are free to live an unburdened life with all the myriad of benefits it entails.
Have you jumped from perfect diet to perfect diet only to end up sicker than you were when you started? In No More Perfect Diets, author Joey Lott takes us on a compelling and often heart-wrenching journey through his experiments with different dietary systems, shedding light on their promises and ultimate failures. In an era when obesity and degenerative diseases are running rampant, it’s easy to look to the next dietary dogma as the ultimate savior, come to protect us from disease and, ultimately, death, but this book blows apart that theory, suggesting instead a much simpler (and enjoyable) approach to health. We often reject that which is needed. Do you believe you need a restricted, special diet in order to be healthy and happy? Do you spend a lot of time obsessing about food? Fear of certain foods has become so common we often don’t think of it as a problem. The news is filled with stories villainizing fats one decade and carbs the next. But what if you could remove yourself from the entire diet system? With this book, you can. You’ll be inspired to look at your body and health in a whole new way, completely free of gurus and fearmongers.
Coffee enemas and green smoothies, colonics and laxatives, and all the so-called "cleanses" that are out there today are meant to make you healthy, clean, and pure...but do they actually work? Can you really expel gallstones by drinking olive oil and citrus juice? Should you be consuming Epsom salt? No one seems to be asking if we should be doing these cleanses in the first place, though...until now. Author Joey Lott lays it all on the line with his latest book, Cleansed.