Books for the Journey

Thierry Clerc practices in Cambridge (UK) as a clinical homeopath and a nutritionist.

After many years of practice, he has realised that his most successful clients are the ones who take ownership of their health and invest in learning about it. The books below bring a wide range of useful insights about homeopathy, nutrition and healing in general.



Homeopathy & Medical Books

Dr. Bill Gray, “Homeopathy, Science or Myth?”
Dr. Alain Horvilleur, “Guide Familial de l’Homéopathie”
Dr. Andrew Lockie, “The Family Guide to Homeopathy”
Lynne Mc Taggart, “The Field”
Neil Z. Miller, “Vaccines, are they really safe & effective?”
You will also find articles about homeopathy on the “Homeopathy & Health in the News” tab.

Books on Diet and Nutrition

Dr. Wolf Funfack, “Metabolic balance, your personalized nutrition roadmap”
Patrick Holford, “Low-GL Diet made easy”
Patrick Holford, “Say No do Diabetes”
Christopher Vasey, “The Acid-alkaline Diet for Optimum Health”
Jeff Volek, “The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Living” (for general use)
Jeff Volek, Stephen Phinney, “The Art and Science of Low Carbohydrate Performance” (for sports’ performance)

Books on Lifestyle

Bates Method: “Improve your Eyesight”, Jonathan Barnes
Bates Method: “Reclaim Your Eyesight Naturally”, Greg Marsh 6 CD Set
Mantak Chia, “The multi-orgasmic man & couple”
Gay Hendricks, “The Breathing Box, 4 weeks to healthy breathing”
Toni Weschler “Taking Charge Of Your Fertility”

Books and Videos on Communication and Emotional Management

Thich Nhat Hanh: “The Art of Communicating”
Thich Nhat Hanh: “Anger”
Thich Nhat Hanh: “Fear”

You can also find a lot of videos and books online on 2 methods on how to resolve conflicts or disagreements, called NEW BEGINNING and NON-VIOLENT COMMUNICATION. I use both, and we can jointly work together to prepare you and support you with better relationships.

Books about Children and Natural Immunity

Tricia Allen, “Your Healthy Child With Homeopathy”
Berry Brazelton, “Touchpoints – Birth to Three”, and subsequent books
Patrick Holford, “Optimum Nutrition for Babies and Young Children”
Janet Landsbury, “No Bad Kid, Toddler Discipline without Shame”


Books on self-help and “spirituality”

The word spirituality derives from the Latin word Spiritus, which means soul and also breath. Spirituality is as simple and complex as optimal breathing. It can not be learned through books even if books can help us understand some concepts. Spirituality has to be simply experienced each moment of our life without putting too much focus on it.
A self-help book or a “spiritual teacher” can actually be poor companions when life brings us specific issues. They may just make us replace our current sets of beliefs with another set, influence by someone else. To have a fulfilling life, one needs to understand his or herself.
A deep and honest relationship with an experienced person that helps you focus primarily on the current life issues, while giving some contexts is what I humbly offer.
I have found that regular consultations alongside energy medicine (homeopathy, flower essences) can help people get confidence about becoming their true self, understand who their conditioning, and take on the challenges of life.

Thierry Clerc, MARH, RHom, MSc
Registered Health Practitioner, Cambridge (UK)
Clinical Homeopathy, Bioresonance, Nutrition & Allergy