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NATUROPATHIC NUTRITION Paperback – February 25, 2015
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Dr. Abram Hoffer is a founding father of the complementary and alternative health movement. His pioneering research in vitamin B-3 and vitamin C therapy for diseases and disorders inspired Nobel laureate Linus Pauling to publish his ground-breaking Vitamin C and the Common Cold and How to Live Longer and Feel Better.
Dr. Jonathan Prousky is Asst. Prof. of Clinical Nutrition and Chief Medical Officer at The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. He graduated from Bastyr U. in Seattle and completed his training at National Naturopathic College in Portland, Oregon.
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Some of the information presented can be a bit redundant, but in general this is an excellent introduction to the nutrition from a naturopathic perspective, and indeed the naturopathic movement as a whole (since it is so focused on preventative care). There are many specific examples in each chapter of patients', whom either of the authors have seen, experiences.
I didn't pick this book up to diagnose myself of any condition, or to treat anything in particular, but I have taken the advice of the book and implemented a few changes to my diet and supplementation habits. I am already a very clean eater, and a believer in naturopathic medicine, yet I found plenty of things I need to work on. I am now taking a B complex vitamin daily, and have seen my energy increase and my appetite decrease. I have also started taking ECPO (enteric coated peppermint oil) after eating large meals or potentially problematic foods, and have had good experiences so far with that.
Overall I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking to make some changes to their own eating patterns, or anyone who is looking to broaden their knowledge of the naturpathic movement.