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Newly revised and updated to comply with Health Canada's current guidelines on infant feeding, The Baby's Table shows how easy it is to prepare delicious and health meals for the little ones in your life.
This book suggests that breast cancer may be avoided by dietary intervention. As this is unproven, the book has not received full recommendations.
This report provides an updated version of section 7.12 Endometrium from the "Second Expert Report : food, nutrition, physical activity and the prevention of cancer : a global perspective"
Written by nutritional experts at a major hospital, this book combines detailed information on the nutritional needs of expecting women, including supplements and foods to avoid, with 125 recipes.
This book, written by leading experts in fibromyalgia, gives common sense tools that will help fibromyalgia patients help themselves on to a road to improvement and perhaps recovery. It uses The SEEDS of health approach (Support, Environment, Exercise/Pacing, Diet/Drugs, Sleep) and has shown signif…
Intended for individuals and families who have members who are gluten intolerant. The recipes are intended for enjoyment by the entire family. In addition to the 150 recipes, there is extensive information about various gluten-free flours, legumes and rices. Also included are tips and techniques f…
Diet is a huge priority for anyone living with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. The authors provide crucial guidance for families, friends and caregivers too in helping to manage IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) symptoms. ; This updated second edition, in a very informative and easy-to-unders…
In addition to food recipes, this book has tips for cooking substitution, entertaining, a list of resources, as well as a detailed trouble-shooting chart for the gluten-free baker. The author also offers advice on how to deal with situations outside the home that may compromise a child’s diet, such…
Elementary and middle school students are introduced to concepts of the effect feelings have on behaviour and points out that they can choose how to react to their feelings. Deals with ways children can practically handle mood disorders.
Full conference information obtained from the Annual cancer conference program and abstracts. See ID# 16603 (QZ200 B366 2007)
Includes information about the empowerment of patients, questions to ask, coping techniques, as well as some discussion of cancer and various treatments.
Review some exciting results with mice which suggest that a simple change to a lower carbohydrate, higher protein diet reduces both the growth rate and incidence of tumours as well as increases the therapeutic effect of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents like Celebrex. ; Provide update on recom…
1. Introduction; 2. Inflammation; 3. Diabetes; 4. Atherosclerosis; 5. Osteoporosis; 6. Cancer; 7. Neurodegenerative Disease; 8. Hunger and Satiety Signaling; 9. Summary and Recommendations