The New Eating Right for a Bad Gut: The Complete Nutritional Guide to Ileitis, Colitis, Crohn's Disease, and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

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Penguin, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 280 pages
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In this completely revised and updated edition of his classic book on treating "bad gut" diseases, Dr. James Scala presents a new dietary plan that has been proven to help inflammatory bowel disease go into remission. Scala firmly believes that nutrition is preventative medicine and food is the vehicle of its practice. His drug-free food and lifestyle program offers relief from the pain and embarrassment of living with these mysterious and chronic ills while providing reassuring step-by-step guidance on:

* Developing a personal-testing program
* Identifying "safe foods"
* Fitness and stress-reduction techniques
* Dietary and vitamin supplements

The New Eating Right for a Bad Gut offers a solid program for health that is uniquely focused on an area of major concern to a wide segment of the population.

 

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Good insight, I enjoyed the book. Need to now verify the credibility of the author. Lot's of good suggestions and information (if the theories are accurate and accepted). Highly recommended. ... Read full review

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Excellent resource for those living with inflammatory bowel diseases, or in my case, a parent of a child who lives with it. Read full review

Contents

Meeting the Challenges of IBD
15
CHAPTER
28
CHAPTER THREE
41
CHAPTER
58
CHAPTER SEVEN
85
CHAPTER ELEVEN
119
CHAPTER
120
CHAPTER TWELVE
145
CHAPTER FIFTEEN
164
Applied Nutrition and Lifestyle for ffiD
185
CHAPTER NINETEEN
199
CHAPTER TWENTYONE
221
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO
236
CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR
250
References
265
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James Scala, Ph.D., is a certified nutritional specialist who has a B.A. from Columbia University, a Ph.D. from Cornell, and did postdoctoral work at Harvard University. His professional accomplishments include research, teaching, corporate management, lecturing, and writing. He has been the nutritionist for the U.S. Olympic ski team, the Voyager flight, and three Mt. Everest expeditions. He lives in Lafayette, California.

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