Our goal is for Wingsets to positively impact the world by helping you be healthier. Naturally.

“I could not, at any age, be content to take my place by the fireside and simply look on. Life was meant to be lived. Curiosity must be kept alive. One must never, for whatever reason, turn his back on life.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt

Keep your curiosity alive, and gather information to help you live life to the fullest by reading selected books! Below is a list of books we have studied and use almost daily as we prepare our products, improve our products and make decisions about new products. We highly recommend each of these, and we will only place books we actually use on this list.

After working as a registered nurse in a critical care unit for many years, I became very frustrated and disillusioned with allopathic medicine. These books restored hope and gave me a new and exciting focus for health and well-being as I learned more about how to use what God has provided for us in the natural world. It is my sincere hope that you will enjoy them as much as I have!

Some of these books are written from an allopathic viewpoint. I’m convinced medicine and health should involve both natural products and traditional allopathic medicine in a complementary blend, each providing some of what the other lacks. Discuss new opportunities with your regular physician. If your physician is not open to natural health alternatives, I’d simply find another one who is. They are out there. I’ve taken my background in nursing and added to that knowledge by learning about natural health opportunities, including aromatherapy, herbs and holistic nutrition - and there are physicians who are doing the same. I am constantly learning and restructuring my belief system as I see some things work and others not work.

We also provide a link to a place where these books can be purchased, and we attempt to provide bargain opportunities. If you have specific questions about any of these resources, please contact us and we will get back with you. I have not documented these books using an MLA or APA format because I specifically wanted to list the name of the book first – rather than the author(s). I can only hope Mrs. Skaggs, my 12th grade English teacher, will forgive me this oversight.

Click an article below for a list of direct links to Amazon.com.