Books and Publications by 
William G. Crook, M.D.

You can get copies of The Yeast Connection Handbook, as well as numerous other helpful books and publications by Dr. Crook, from most bookstores, or your health food store or pharmacy.

Dr. Eric Bakker ND's Candida Crusher - Permanent Yeast Infection Solution is an advanced book that we highly recommend to candida sufferers. You can get it from following page on his site, he has given a special offer to readers of Dr. Crook site. $47 instead of $67. Click here to go to the page.


The Yeast Connection Handbook: This book is the best place to begin. It's comprehensive, yet concise and easy to read and understand. It includes over 200 references from the medical literature, including many of which you may wish to look up in your medical library. William G. Crook, Cynthia Crook (Illustrator); Paperback; 272 pages; $15.95. You can find reviews of this book on


Success Stories:  A collection of heartwarming stories from people who have won or are winning the battle against yeast-related health problems.

Paperback, 250 pages


Tired - So Tired!: William G. Crook, M.D. Paperback; 375-pages (approx.); $15.95.
Tired - So Tired! is a timely book for the 21st Century.  Tens of millions of people complain of being tired. Studies show that fatigue is one of the top complaints that causes people to seek help from a physician.  But tests of many types often fail to uncover the causes.  As a result, they're often told to see a psychiatrist.

In Tired - So Tired!  readers will find a clear discussion of the reasons why they feel exhausted. Even more important, they'll find easy-to-follow steps for regaining their health.  


The Yeast Connection and the Woman: William G. Crook; Paperback; 750 pages; $17.95; Here are more comments from Phillip K. Nelson, who wrote the Introduction to this book:

The Yeast Connection and the Woman is superb; I'm so impressed by:

  • the author's willingness and ability to tackle such a comprehensive subject 
  • his fair approach in presenting all sides of controversial topics 
  • his scholarship and research including literature citations for those who wish to pursue a particular topic 
  • his care in not making exaggerated health claims 

"My only criticism is that the title is much too restricted. Yes, it is a book about women's issues, but so much more. It's for every member of the family. It's like a health encyclopedia."


The Yeast Connection Cookbook: William G. Crook; Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N. Paperback; 379 pages $15.95; The first 100 pages of this book were written by Dr. Crook and include a discussion of yeast-related problems, diets and the important role proper diets play in helping people control yeast. The second part of the book is written by Marjorie Hurt Jones, R.N., an experienced cook, and an authority who has written a number of other books which deal with diet, including a popular book, The Allergy Self-Help Cookbook published by Rodale Press on food allergies, and Baking with Amaranth. See also Marge's web page.


Help for the Hyperactive Child: A Practical Guide Offering Parents of ADHD Children Alternatives to RITALIN William G. Crook; Paperback, $16.95 This is a user-friendly book. It's loaded with illustrations and charts. Included are menus and pictures of foods you can give your child, including the good food for any child and a list of foods you can give your child on the trial/elimination diet. A special feature of this book is a chapter by Jean Smith, RN, entitled, "Feeding Your Child Without Going Crazy."

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