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
The esophagus does not have a thick layer of mucus to protect it from strong acids. In reflux esophagitis, stomach acid splashes upward into the esophagus, creating an intense form of heartburn. If it happens often enough, esophageal ulcers are … Continue reading
Crohn’s disease (regional ileitis, regional enteritis) involves chronic non-specific inflammation of the lowest part of the small intestine. Symptoms may come and go and include diarrhea, abdominal pain, anemia, weight loss, fistula formation, and eventual intestinal blockage. Stools are soft and … Continue reading
Both the small and large intestines are involved in this syndrome of impaired intestinal motility. Symptoms include cramping, usually in the lower abdomen, and constipation alternating with diarrhea. The pain is usually relieved by the passage of either small-diameter stools … Continue reading
Colitis is inflammation of the colon. In severe cases the colon can become ulcerated. Symptoms include the passage of offensive watery stools with mucus and pus, abdominal pain or tenderness, and intermittent or irregular fever. Colitis is invariably caused by hidden … Continue reading
If the small intestine becomes more permeable than it is supposed to be (i.e., “leaky”), it allows abnormally large food molecules to enter the bloodstream. These incompletely digested molecules may stimulate allergic/immune responses both in the intestinal wall and elsewhere … Continue reading