As previously announced, I have been at work since late-2020 updating the HumanaNatura natural health programs and supporting materials, and importantly, converting them into book form. As you read this, I am in the midst of final proofreading of the updated materials and on track for the book’s publication in mid-2022.
In preparation for the new book, the longstanding HumanaNatura natural health program website – formerly located at humananatura.org – has been closed down. Access to the website materials will continue via the book, which will be available in both electronic and paper formats. The HumanaNatura blog will continue unchanged, providing uninterrupted access to HumanaNatura’s many natural health articles, the graphical OurPlate dietary model (to be updated with the book’s publication), and the ever-popular HumanaNatura calisthenics poster.
If you are not familiar with the now-retired HumanaNatura website, its natural health programs, and its various supporting materials, the above graphic is a screenshot of its home page. For two decades, the site offered personal guidance and assessment tools for exploring naturally healthy modern eating, exercise, lifestyles, and community.
Most of the content of HumanaNatura’s natural health programs has found its way into the new book, though this material will be revised significantly overall and its format will be somewhat different. Key changes include: 1) putting the project of both personal and collective health into a larger and I think more helpful and motivating context, 2) reformatting and expanding the outgoing personal health program’s four natural health techniques into seven natural health tools, 3) substantial revisions to the natural eating section of the personal health program, again including an updated OurPlate dietary model, and 4) extensive updates to both the community health program and community assessment worksheet.
In addition to these program changes, I want to highlight that the new book also will complete a long-planned three-book series on my part, and in particular form the first of the three books in the series, even as it is the last of the works to be published as a book. This natural health trilogy of mine is an overarching project that has guided my writing for several years now, and in total explores natural health successively at a personal, social, and philosophical level. The other two books in this series and progression are The Seven Keys of Natural Life and Nature’s One Commandment, each already published and likely to be updated modestly during 2022.
If you have used the HumanaNatura natural health programs, either over the years or more recently, I would enjoy hearing from you with ideas and suggestions as I finalize work on the program revisions and book conversion. You can reach me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Health & best wishes,
Mark Lundegren is the founder of HumanaNatura.
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