Ann Wigmore’s name has become synonymous with the discovery and use of raw living foods for nutrition and health.
This fascinating first-hand account includes stories of Ann’s early childhood spent observing her grandmother heal the sick in war-torn Central Europe. Engrossing behind-the-scenes anecdotes reveal how Ann formed her philosophy of healing and became inspired to create Hippocrates Health Institute in Boston — the first health centre that relied on the use of sprouts and wheatgrass for healing.
This now-classic autobiography weaves a compelling narrative that shows how Ann’s unshakeable faith supported natural healing, and how her positive nature and independent spirit helped her overcome every limitation she encountered.
“The whole world should read this! I read it several decades ago, and was blown away. I then bought and read all of Ann’s books.” — Katrina, Australia