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The Naked Revolution: How the World Changed
The Naked Revolution: How the World Changed
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars ... campainging naturist I found this story to be a fun - if rather far fetched idea, 3 Sep 2014
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As a campainging naturist I found this story to be a fun - if rather far fetched idea. it is generally a bit thin and splitting it into two books feels a bit of a con. It deals with the nude in public idea for women and Annie's experience in part two is fun. However it gives no coverage to the males who would havealso been involved probably with very different results.

Co-ed naked philosophy by Will Forest is a far better treatment of the same subject.


Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How a Little-Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life
Vitamin K2 and the Calcium Paradox: How a Little-Known Vitamin Could Save Your Life
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5.0 out of 5 stars Balancing the three vitamin groups essential to health., 24 Jun 2014
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Real understandable publicly accessible information which also has scientific backing and extensive references for further study. A very difficult balance to achieve in the alternative medicine field which is a very rare thing.

I will be buying the paper version for friends who don't have Kindles.


Co-ed Naked Philosophy
Co-ed Naked Philosophy
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent novel supports real naturism., 24 Jun 2014
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A serious philosophical look at the whole range of the clothing optional and naktive movement which still manages to be a readable novel. Total fantasy of course but very enjoyable for all that.

The idea of 'corperal freedom' the freedom to be naked is a great opening for naturism to get away from the closet of the private club.


Vitamin D Revolution
Vitamin D Revolution
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3.0 out of 5 stars Vitamin D books are everywhere., 31 May 2014
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Similar material to 'Power of Vitamin D' and 'Miraculous Mesults'. So I would call this book good but not great. As I had just read the other two I felt a bit overloaded by a third one and found I was revisiting material too often and only skimmed parts of it. If I had come to it first perhaps I would have been more enthused.


THE MIRACULOUS RESULTS OF EXTREMELY HIGH DOSES OF THE SUNSHINE HORMONE VITAMIN D3  MY EXPERIMENT WITH  HUGE DOSES OF D3 FROM 25,000  to 50,000 to 100,000 IU A Day OVER A 1 YEAR PERIOD
THE MIRACULOUS RESULTS OF EXTREMELY HIGH DOSES OF THE SUNSHINE HORMONE VITAMIN D3 MY EXPERIMENT WITH HUGE DOSES OF D3 FROM 25,000 to 50,000 to 100,000 IU A Day OVER A 1 YEAR PERIOD
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4.0 out of 5 stars A personal approach to the D issue., 31 May 2014
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More personal and anecdotal compared with 'Power of vitamin D'. Still excellent and some people may find it more readable. The skeptically inclined may prefer the other book.
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Power of Vitamin D: A Vitamin D Book That Contains The Most Scientific, Useful And Practical Information About Vitamin D - Hormone D
Power of Vitamin D: A Vitamin D Book That Contains The Most Scientific, Useful And Practical Information About Vitamin D - Hormone D
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellen approachable scientific information, 31 May 2014
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This author gives excellent scientific reasons for his argument. Far less 'woolly' than most alternative health books. The vitamin D question is a real revelation to me. It is also clearly explained in a way that is easy to read.


The Bare Necessities
The Bare Necessities
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great fun, 8 May 2014
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The Bare Necessities is a music romp which is a great laugh and once I suspended disbelief in the plot I greatly enjoyed this too. Not all the characters were right-on goodies and some responses to the nudist rock group were suitably salacious. Again the wholesome family naturist resorts were perhaps slightly over emphasised and the descriptions were rather like a brochure but this did not detract from my enjoyment.


The Naked Truth
The Naked Truth
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Prissy would be journalist waving her inhibitions in the air, 8 May 2014
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This review is from: The Naked Truth (Kindle Edition)
I didn't like this as the writer made no real attempt to understand the people she was working with. If the resort she worked in wasd as bad as she makes out she could at least have visited and compared it with others before writing this tabaloid style expose.


Naked Crow
Naked Crow
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great fantasy involving involuntary, time travel with a naturist twist., 30 April 2014
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Naked Crow I really liked, the naturist theme is set in a wholesome family nudist resort in the US and the plot of the story, where Sheila's friend and colleague disappears during a visit to the nudist resort, is a fantasy where people move into a different time reality. It is well plotted and well paced. My only criticism would be that some of the responses of Sheila and her friends to going naked, which they all do eventually, seem the be taken directly from a naturist flyer and rather artificially grafted on to the plot.


The Au-Naturel Girls
The Au-Naturel Girls
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5.0 out of 5 stars Something different, 30 April 2014
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The Au-Naturel Girls is definitely aimed at adults it has explicit sex scenes and characters who have issues with racism and violence as well as nudism. The sexual activity is not however directly linked to the girls choice the be home nudists; more that they are typical modern young adults who are also naturist. The main male character starts off with 'normal' laddish assumptions but these slowly change. The story is set in a rugged northern (UK) working class environment. In many ways the book is far more realistic than any of the others. It is also well written with believable characters and a good pace. It is more 'literature' and less of a popular 'light read' than many of the others. I recommend it providing you like things a bit earthy.


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