In this jargon-free guide leading expert on sensible supplementation, Dr Sarah Brewer, sets out all you need to know about the main supplements, and suggests which to take for specific health problems. It includes:
A-Z guide to 150 supplements for a brighter and healthier life.
Clearly explains the benefits, possible side effects and contraindications.
Thoroughly sets out the research evidence to back their efficacy.
Recommends supplements for common problems such as IBS, chronic fatigue, recurrent candida and arthritis.
Packed with clear and concise answers, this essential guide explains the use of supplements to maintain or improve your daily health.
Eat To Beat IBS provides recipes and advice to help with IBS and digestive pain. Written by a medical doctor (and Telegraph columnist) and and a well-known special diets cookery writer, it offers the health advice and support that IBS sufferers need, as well as providing a range of 60 good gut recipes.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome is often the result of a basic food intolerance and can often flare up at times of stress. Aside from well known IBS ‘baddies’ such as caffeine, there is a range of common ‘trigger’ foods. Readers are encouraged to focus on different food ranges to help them identify their personal IBS triggers.
• All of the mainstream medical information – in an ‘easy to digest’ style.
• The low-down on the full range of effective complementary health treatments available.
• 60 good gut recipes that allow IBS sufferers control their diet, whilst still enjoying their food.
Although eating healthily may sound simple, it’s often difficult to know which foods to avoid when trying to lower cholesterol.
Fully adapted for the UK market, Low-Cholesterol Cookbook For Dummies reveals which food you should eat and helps readers make small changes to their diet to achieve big results.
Low-Cholesterol Cookbook For Dummies includes:The latest dietary and medical information on cholesterol and how to control it Over 90 delicious recipes as well as low fat cooking techniques and ways to lower cholesterol on a daily basis Sensible advice on finding the right foods when shopping, planning menus, and adapting recipes to suit family and friends.
A recent survey suggested that nearly 90% of all visits to GP surgeries in the UK were stress related. Some stress helps your body to prepare for certain challenges, so it's virtually impossible to live without any stress. But too much stress, especially if it's day in, day out, can cause serious physical and emotional problems.
Cut Your Stress provides a 12-week programme proven to help you reduce your stress levels and includes answers to frequently asked questions, such as:
? What are the main causes of stress?
? I feel overwhelmed - how can I manage my time better?
? How can I relax after a tough day?
? Can stress affect my sleep patterns?
? What type of exercise is best for relieving stress?
Cut Your Stress demystifies the subject of stress quickly, clearly and concisely. It is packed with accessible information about its causes and effects, as well as expert advice on management techniques such as the removal or alteration of the source of stress. Also covered are: learning to change how you see a stressful event; reducing the effect of stress on your body; and learning alternative ways of coping.