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Handbook of Preventive and Therapeutic NutritionHandbook of Preventive and Therapeutic Nutrition by James M. Gerber (October 1, 1992) ISBN: 0834203189
The first-ever pocket guide to nutrition therapy for chiropractors! All it takes is a quick look-up to find everything you need to know to easily integrate nutrition therapy in your health care practice. This handy reference provides clinical protocols for using nutrition in prevention and management, and quick information on vitamins and minerals. You''ll also find methods for clinical assessment, patient and diet histories, and much more.
Clinician's Handbook of Natural MedicineClinician's Handbook of Natural Medicine by Joseph E. Pizzorno, Michael T. Murray, Herb Joiner-Bey 1st edition (January 15, 2002) ISBN: 0443070806
"The Clinician's Handbook of Natural Medicine, by the same authors as the Textbook of Natural Medicine, gives busy clinicians clear and rational choices involving the treatment of diseases and symptoms through natural medicine. The handbook offers an easily accessed set of decision-making flowcharts and summary information on natural medicine options, including herbs, supplements and dietary advice." This handbook will be an indispensable reference for all healthcare practitioners with an interest in natural medicine and will aid them in the therapeutic decision-making process.
Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism (with InfoTrac)Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism (with InfoTrac) by Sareen S. Gropper, Jack L. Smith, James L. Groff 4 edition (April 16, 2004) ISBN: 0534559867
The leading and most current text available for the capstone level undergraduate nutrition course, Advanced Nutrition and Human Metabolism, Fourth Edition provides a sophisticated understanding of digestion, absorption and metabolism of fat, protein and carbohydrates. It covers the biochemistry of vitamins, minerals, and energy nutrients. In addition, the text examines the structure and function of water-soluble and fat-soluble vitamins and their regulatory role in metabolism, looks at electrolyte and fluid balance, and examines the role of nutrition in the development or exacerbation of chronic disease. This text continues to set the hallmark for this course through the authors? ability to clearly and accurately explain even the most complex metabolic processes and concepts.
Nutrition in Clinical Practice: A Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Manual for the PractitionerNutrition in Clinical Practice: A Comprehensive, Evidence-Based Manual for the Practitioner by David L., M.D., M.P.H. Katz ISBN: 0683306383
Katz (public health, Yale U. School of Medicine) summarizes the evidence from the vast amounts of data available about human health and nutrition. This volume offers a concise synopsis for practitioners of clinically relevant issues revolving around nutrition, such as nutrient metabolism; diet as it relates to a variety of diseases, including hypertension, diabetes, osteoporosis, immunity, and gastrointestinal disorders. Other topics covered in this reference include diet and vision, diet and pregnancy, vegetarianism, sleep-wake cycles and mood as related to nutrition, and principles of dietary counseling.
Textbook of Natural Medicine (2-Volume Set)Textbook of Natural Medicine (2-Volume Set) by Joseph E. Pizzorno (Editor), Michael T. Murray (Editor) 2nd edition (September 15, 1999) ISBN: 0443059454
Text/reference with approximately 10,000 citations to peer-reviewed literature providing standards of practice for natural medicine. Covers history and the conceptual basis of natural medicine, diagnostic procedures, common modalities, issues relevant to disease, and specific diseases. Introducing the most comprehensive, most thoroughly researched, most carefully referenced, and most up-to-date text on natural medicines and complementary modalities. It covers a wide range of tests and approaches for managing and treating over 100 conditions and health problems. Inside, readers will find accurate, detailed pharmacologic information on herbs and supplements, and crucial knowledge for making recommendations to patients.
Health and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your LifeHealth and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your Life by Russell L. Blaylock (November 1, 2002) ISBN: 0929173422
Health and Nutrition Secrets That Can Save Your Life covers some of the hottest topics in health and nutrition: heavy metal toxicity, the food additive controversy, fluoride poisoning, how to protect your brain from the ravages of disease and aging, and protecting yourself and your loved ones from a biohazard attack. This enormous book also presents the latest information on strokes and heart attacks, diabetes, protecting the digestive system, and the best ways to keep the immune system young and powerful.
Excitotoxins: The Taste That KillsExcitotoxins: The Taste That Kills by Russell L. Blaylock (December 1, 1996) ISBN: 0929173252
Primarily for the lay public, but also for those trained in medical science and biology, neurosurgeon Blaylock releases a well-researched bombshell--that excitotoxins, substances added to food and beverages and including glutamate (MSG) and aspartate (NutraSweet), damage nerve cells in the brain, and are particularly dangerous to the elderly, children, and those at high risk of neurodegenerative diseases. Must have the food industry flacks working overtime.
Nutrition and Immune Function (Frontiers in Nutritional Science, No. 1)Nutrition and Immune Function (Frontiers in Nutritional Science, No. 1) by Philip C. Calder (Editor), C. J. Field (Editor), H. S. Gill (Editor) (December 1, 2002) ISBN: 0851995837
This book provides a review of the roles of specific nutrients in maintaining the immune response and host protection against infection. It also considers the influence of various factors, such as exercise and ageing, on the interaction between nutrition and immune function. The main emphasis is on humans, but comparative mammalian data are also presented. The contents include methods for studying nutrient-immune function interactions, the impact of undernutrition on immune function and infection, the influences of fatty acids, amino acids, antioxidant vitamins, and various minerals on immunity, immunological effects of changes throughout the life cycle, and public health policy implications.
Nutrition and Mental Illness Nutrition and Mental Illness :
An Orthomolecular Approach to Balancing Body Chemistry
by Ph.D., M.D., Carl C. Pfeiffer (April 1, 1988)
ISBN: 0892812265

The distinguished founder of the Brain Bio Center at Princeton shows how the biochemical balance in the body is an important key in preventing and treating many forms of mental illness.
Clinical Nutrition for Pain, Inflammmation, and Tissue Healing
by David R. Seaman, David R. Seamen

Nutranalysis Inc.; 1st ed edition (January, 1998)
ISBN: 0966721101
Pocket Guide to Micronutrients in Health and DiseasePocket Guide to Micronutrients in Health and Disease by Michael Zimmermann 1st edition (January 15, 2001) ISBN: 1588900436
An optimal supply of vitamins, minerals and trace elements can evoke a positive change in the biochemical and metabolic processes that take place in the body. The application of this knowledge has led to the development of an effective new approach to preventing and treating a variety of diseases. The selective use of micronutrients is a simple and practical method of nutritional therapy with clinically recognized effectiveness.

Chinese & Western Herbal Therapy Books

AAOM Complete Guide to Chinese Herbal MedicineAAOM Complete Guide to Chinese Herbal Medicine
by David Molony

The author presents a basic introduction to Chinese herbal medicine, along with discussions of its history and philosophy. Included is information on over 170 Chinese herbs and their usage, common illnesses, general disorders, and chronic conditions that are treatable with Chinese herbs and formulas, and a glossary of common terms.


Clinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Medicine and AcupunctureClinical Manual of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Acupuncture
by Xong Jing Zhou, Jin Hui De

Some 200 diseases, spanning such TCM specialities as internal medicine, surgery, gynecology, pediatrics, dermatology and otorhinolaryngology, are discussed relative to their etiology and pathogenesis according to TCM, with emphasis on key points in diagnosis, differentiation of syndrome and treatment. Each disease is detailed according to treatment based on differntiation of syndromes, patent Chinese medicine, common herbal formulas, acupuncture and moxibustion and other therapies.


Chinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas and StrategiesChinese Herbal Medicine: Formulas and Strategies
by Dan Bensky, Randall Barolet

This compilation of the most important Chinese herbal formulas used in China today is ordered by the primary theoretical principal that describes their use. In each category the authors present the essential strategies and fine clinical details for principal formulas, numbering some 250. For each of the principal formulas there are one or more variant formulas that result from modifications of content or dosage. The indications that cue the practitioner to the use of a variant formula or associated formula are described. For both the principal and varied formulas the text lists the name in English, Chinese, and Pinyin, as well as the source text.

Principal formula discussions also include ingredients, preparation, actions, indications, analysis of the formula, commentary, cautions and contraindications, and modifications. The ingredient sections detail the constituent substances and the dose. The preparation discussions note any change from the standard procedures detailed in the Introduction. Actions describe the strategies embodied by the formula, to create a functional link between the clinical indications and the ingredients. The indications include discussions of how a patient develops the problems treated by the formula. A formula analysis details the relationship between the ingredients and the functions. The authors provide information meant to show the formula’s flexibility and range of application. Each chapter ends in a set of useful and complete tables that differentiate the formulas discussed. A variety of appendices extend the utility of the text.


Chinese Herbal Medicines Comparisons and CharacteristicsChinese Herbal Medicines Comparisons and Characteristics
by Yifan Yang

This text features detailed comparisons and discussions of Chinese herbs, including clinical applications. It is structured as a series of questions with detailed answers. Part 1 addresses the theory and concepts of Chinese herbal medicine; part 2 conveys cmparisons of the characteristics of commonly used Chinese herbal medicine.

It is a challenge to learn and retain information about the characteristics of the hundreds of commonly used Chinese herbs, as well as to select the best herbs for use in treating patients. This book brings to life, through vivid and clear discussion, the characteristics of the commonly used Chinese herbs. The easy-to-use question and answer format offers a method for learning and memorizing the functions of herbs through comparing the characteristics and strengths of specific herbs. The detailed discussions in this book enable experienced practitioners to achieve better quality and results, and the clinical applications feature can be used in practice to expand the treatment range.


Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine 1: Diagnosis & TreatmentChinese Traditional Herbal Medicine 1: Diagnosis & Treatment
by Michael Tierra, Leslie Tierra

The authors, both recognized Western herbalists, draw from their personal, professional, and clinical backgrounds, and from a variety of English-language source books, to contribute a work that will make Chinese medicine approachable for many. The text provides an uncomplicated presentation of the theory, principles, diagnostic methods, and treatment modalities that form the basis of the practice of Chinese medicine.


Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine 2: Materia Medica Chinese Traditional Herbal Medicine 2: Materia Medica
by Michael Tierra, Leslie Tierra

Drawing once again from their personal professional practice and from a number of English-language source books, the authors have produced a second volume that is a practical manual which includes a materia medica of the most common TCM herbs, a formulary that categorizes traditional formulas into three levels of usage, and a section on the treatment of common diseases according to Western pathological classification. There are also chapters on Chinese food therapy and other healing therapies that are traditionally part of the practice of Chinese herbal medicine. This text is likely to be of interest to those who are beginning their study of Chinese medicine, and to healers who are beginning to explore the possibilities inherent in the Chinese medicine approach to healing.


Weiss' Herbal Medicine, Classic EditionWeiss' Herbal Medicine, Classic Edition
by Rudolph Weiss

This is the classic edition of the book that has established itself as an indispensable resource, widely acknowledged as a key text in the field of medical herbalism or phytotherapy. The introductory chapters examine the nature of phytotherapy and provide the necessary guidelines for prescribing. The largest portion of the book is a presentation of pathoconditions arranged according to organ systems (e.g., digestive, circulatory, respiratory, etc.). Separate chapters cover acute conditions (colds and flu), rheumatic conditions, metabolic disorders, cancer therapies, and treatment for wounds. The plants that Weiss selects for a particular condition are limited to those he has found most highly effective. The information includes occurrence and botanical features, differentiation from related species, constituents, and medical benefits. The information on treatment therapy includes dosage, applications, and precautions. In all, over 2000 plant substances are presented in context, providing optimal clinical presentation.


Incorporating Herbal Medicine Into Clinical PracticeIncorporating Herbal Medicine Into Clinical Practice
by Angela Bascom

Designed and written specifically for the Western MD who wants to stay abreast of patient trends and at the same time have a ready reference source for herbs that can be used safely and with scientific support for their actions and effects, this text details the historical uses, growth, parts used, major chemical compounds, clinical uses, mechanism of biomedical action, dosage, side effects, contraindications, herb-drug interactions, summary of studies and references for each of 50 herbs. A patient information summary for each herb includes much of the same information with the references and more technical terms deleted, and with the addition of recipes that may be concocted or prepared for consumption or topical use.

A great utility of this text lies in the fact that the source materials and references information is provided in tandem with the information for each herb. In this fashion, the reader who desires more than the summary provided can know where to look for original studies or more in-depth discussions.


Principles and Practice of PhytotherapyPrinciples and Practice of Phytotherapy
by Simon Mills, Kerry Bone

In setting forth a detailed, practical, and research-based approach to the use of herbal treatments, the authors commence with a review of a variety of herbal therapeutic systems through the ages and around the world. They detail the principles of herbal pharmacology—the phytochemistry, and pharmacodynamics of the archetypal plant constitutents. They describe and discuss the principles of traditional herbal treatment, grounded in the individualization of the patient, and contrast it with the tendency of modern technological medicine to view herbs solely as milder versions of modern drugs. They propose that the industry and profession consider adopting an integrated, moderate-cost, but rigorous and validatable research program that reflects the special character and fundamental principles of the herbal tradition. They attend to practical considerations including optimal safety, dosage and dosage forms, then present a systematic approach to herbal prescribing, and detail herbal therapies for a wide range of system dysfunctions. Following these practical clinical guides, 44 selections from the herbal materia medica are reviewed at length. The coverage includes synonyms (English, Latin, German, French, Italian, and Danish), brief historical detail, effects, traditional perspectives, summary actions derived from the chemical constituents, indications supported by clinical trials, traditional therapeutic uses, extrapolations from phamacological studies, preparations, dosage, duration of use, summary assessment of safety rating, technical data including botany, constituents (including molecular sketch), pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, clinical trials, toxicology, contraindications, interactions, and current regulatory status in a variety of countries. This is a full and wide-ranging text that draws on the practical talents of two articulate and distinguished clinicians who have drawn from their knowledge base in Western scientific medicine as well as in herbal medicine to further an approach that respects and fosters the ideals and traditions of herbal therapy while providing it the support of modern scientific methods

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