"Nature never did betray the heart that loved her" —is what the doyen of the English Romantic poets, William Wordsworth, asserted cons ago but in our almost suicidal enthusiam to hit upon an artificial solutions to our natural problems, we are neglecting this vital truth. Was it not Gautam, the enlightened one, who also advised us that “Look unto yourself for solution to your problems?” The unbriddled growth of industrialism, accentuated by the haphazard and reckless development of modern science and technology has created a situation which prevents man from bestowing adequate care and attention even to his minimal personal health needs. Health is not something that can be purchased in a bottle from a drug store but a condition built over the years from within by our own vital process through conscientious efforts and self-control or will power. Good health is nature’s gift to man, but man, being preoccupied with a mechanical life-style, has alienated himself from nature. It is to goad him to re-establish this rapport that this book has been devised. Included in it are mostly the therapies that are based upon the naturally available edibles. Let us eat our way to good health rather than hanker after the treatments which more damage our systems than cure their maladies. Also included is the yoga therapy which is an indispensible part of such treatments.