Preventing and Treating Diabetes, Naturally...
eBook (PDF), 242 Pages
Did you know? Psyllium husk reduces blood glucose levels? To calculate your required amount of daily water intake you divide your weight in half and drink that amount in ounces? Blueberries contain anthocyanadins, a powerful antioxidant that protects against neuropathy? Diabetics are healthier when they eliminate wheat from their diet? This book provides a holistic approach to prevention and treatment, integrating Pacific Northwest American Indian healing traditions with complementary/alternative medicine. Drs. Korn and Ryser provide step-by step methods for patients and health professionals that include the science of natural medicine. Special chapters include, historical trauma, massage and polarity therapy for neuropathy, effective nutritional supplements, herbs, and herbal-nutrient interaction with pharmaceuticals. This book has been approved for 20 continuing education credits for nurses.
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Jul 1, 2010"An excellent tool for students, professionals, caretakers, and those battling diabetes. This book fills a void for addressing the natural and preventative measures of the illness. The writers have interwoven the components of botanicals, nutrition, lifestyle, and culture. I recommend this book not only to those currently treating diabetes, but also to the rising generation of health care students and professionals. These insights can be in turn applied to a whole host of medical issues. Wonderfully informative and I look forward to future works by the authors."
Jun 7, 2010"I am truly amazed. I find your book to be one of the most progressive, thorough and interesting approaches to understanding the healing/disease process that I have ever read. Your approach reaches to the next level of how holistic healing is defined." -- Eleanora Lipton, CMT, RPE Founder and Co-director of Atlanta Polarity Center www.atlantapolaritycenter.com
Jun 7, 2010I thought this book was great. I walked away from it feeling very informed and empowering about diabetes and hope I can help myself, my family and my community prevent and deal with this disease. What I really liked was how the authors talked about all dimensions of diabetes prevention/treatment. They discuss prescription medicine, herbal medicine and nutrition. The chapter on authentic foods and traditions was my favorite. There's even a chapter on energy and polarity therapy. There's an entire section on community-wide strategies for action, which I found to be very enlightening. It helped me understand the connections between the individual and community and diabetes and out lifestyles. I like the attention the authors draw to stress and trauma, which is often left out of most literature on the subject. There's a lot of information for people who are taking care of a diabetic family member as well. They give such a well-rounded and comprehensive view of diabetes and how to deal... More > with it. I recommend it for anyone who is suffering from the disease or is caring for someone who is.< Less
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- Korn and Ryser (Standard Copyright License)
- First Edition
- Daykeeper Press
- September 28, 2011
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