Best diet books of all time
The Encyclopedia of Complementary and Alternative Medicine provides a comprehensive source of definitions, explanations, case studies, and perspectives on homeopathic therapies from ancient times to the present. According to a Stanford University National Survey, 69 percent of Americans have used non-conventional therapies in recent years. Interest in the subject is at an all-time high in the U.S., and many health care providers have begun including such treatments as part of their standard coverage. The Encyclopedia of Complementary and Alternative Medicine includes more than 400 entries, written for general readers but authoritative enough to be of use to the professional. It provides detailed descriptions of alternative practices, how they work, who developed them, anecdotal evidence, and what to look for when seeking a professional. The author, a journalist, presents the information objectively and allows readers to decide if complementary medicines are right for them. Appendixes include a directory of organizations, a bibliography and sources for further research, a list of herbs and supplements, and a timeline of complementary and alternative therapies.
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Since the first edition of this book was published nearly a decade ago, the dietary supplement market has skyrocketed to a USD6 billion industry and the government has established an Office of Dietary Supplements within the National Institutes of Health. A good deal of new research has emerged and new discoveries and developments have occurred. The Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals […] Practical Encyclopedia of Home Remedies & Natural Therapies : Medicinal Herbs, Yoga, Healing, Massage – Mark Evans
This practical guide to natural health-promoting treatments and techniques brings together the very best of traditional therapies for reducing stress, gaining vitality and inducing relaxation. The first half of the book looks at common ailments and how to treat them with aromatherapy oils, herbs, homeopathic medicine or dietary changes. The second half of the book explores a wide […] MODERATE DRINKING – NATURALLY! Herbs and Vitamins to Control Your Drinking – J. Donna Cornett
How do alternative medicines treat alcohol craving and abuse? Since problem drinking is as old as alcohol consumption - about 12,000 ago people started drinking alcohol - how have ancient medical systems helped drinkers to beat drinking desire so they drink less and prevent alcoholism? Can drinkers and modern treatment professionals benefit from these natural approaches today? […] Your Guide to Alternative Medicine : Understanding Locating and Selecting Holistic Treatments and Practitioners – Larry P. Credit
The world of complementary medicine offers safe and effective solutions to many health disorders, from backaches to headaches. You may be interested in alternative care approaches, but have a number of questions you'd like answered before choosing a treatment. "Will I feel the acupuncture needles?" "What is a homeopathic remedy?" Your Guide to Alternative Medicine provides the facts […] American Diabetes Association Guide to Herbs and Nutritional Supplements : What You Need to Know from Aloe to Zinc – Laura Shane-McWhorter
If you are taking, or are thinking about taking, an herb, nutritional supplement, or other natural product to treat your diabetes, you need reliable, unbiased information from the recognized expert on complementary and alternative medicine for diabetes. Here's everything you need to know about 40 of the most popular alternative therapies used for diabetes, including: purported […] The Vitamin Cure for Women’s Health Problems – HELEN SAUL CASE
This is a book you will want to keep close by. It is a comforting reference resource for natural, drug-free alternatives to know about and consider for healthy everyday supplementation or when traditional medicine is not finding answers.
Author: HELEN SAUL CASE
Pages: 304 pages
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Covering a wide range of popular alternative medicine and health issues, User' are written by leading experts and science writers and are designed to answer the consumer's basic questions about disease, conventional and alternative therapies, and individual dietary supplements.
Author: Marie Moneysmith
Pages: 96 pages
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Covering a wide range of popular alternative medicine and health issues, User's Guides are written by leading experts and science writers and are designed to answer the consumer's basic questions about disease, conventional and alternative therapies, and individual dietary supplements.
Author: Stephen Fulder
Pages: 98 pages
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Best diet books of all time