The questionnaires in this book are used by practitioners to identify health conditions that don’t yet show up on lab tests. Your answers enable you to correct small health problems before they become big challenges. This is true prevention.
This may be the most important nutrition book you have ever read. “David Rowland is the foremost expert in holistic nutrition, author of 12 highly acclaimed health publications, innovator and publisher of Nutritiapedia(R), creator of Nutri-Body(R) analysis, and founder of … Continue reading
Asthma is a constriction of the bronchial airways characterized by difficult breathing and wheezing. In susceptible people, asthmatic attacks are often precipitated by exposure to inhalant allergens (e.g., dust, molds, spores, animal dander), foods (e.g., shellfish, chocolate), or drugs (e.g., … Continue reading
Insomnia, in its strictest sense, means spontaneously awakening (usually around 2 or 3 AM) and finding it difficult to return to sleep again. This form of sleeplessness is a symptom of hypoglycemia, low blood sugar. In a 24-hour cycle one’s … Continue reading
Hyperactivity is a syndrome that is characterized by restlessness, increased muscular movement and activity, impulsive behaviour, short attention span and inability to concentrate. Another name for this syndrome is attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This condition may begin in early childhood but … Continue reading
Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate metabolism characterized by high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) and excess glucose in the urine (glycosuria). Diabetes can occur either when the pancreas does not secrete enough insulin – or when the cells of the … Continue reading
Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) is the “you won’t like me when I’m hungry” syndrome. It is a common dysfunction that involves a number of glands – primarily the pancreas, the adrenal glands and the liver. Consumption of concentrated sugars or sweets … Continue reading