Burnout has reached epidemic levels in the healthcare field, with 80% of physicians reporting that they’re overextended or at capacity. This very practical manual focuses on how healthcare providers can recognize and eliminate burnout.
Mealtime for families with children on restrictive diets can be fraught with stress and frustration. This new cookbook is an inspiring, accessible resource for families facing the challenge of transitioning to a grain-free, sugar-free, and dairy-free diet.
Sharol Tilgner’s latest book on herbal medicine is a well-written, concise guide to the practice of herbal medicine using a novel organ system–based approach.
A new publication by two naturopathic oncology experts provides quality, comprehensive information on integrative cancer therapies. Directed to patients, caregivers, and healthcare professionals, it reveals the possibilities and potential benefits of incorporating holistic therapies into cancer care plans.
Deciding what to make for dinner is hard enough for those with no digestive issues, but for those with small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) the decision is particularly stressful. A review of 2 cookbooks for SIBO sufferers offers healthy, delicious answers to the perennial question: What’s for dinner?
In the latest edition of his classic reference, Nutritional Medicine, Gaby has managed to summarize everything he knows about nutritional medicine (and probably a few things he has forgotten) and put it all into a logical order in book form. Having it in your library is like having a private hotline to Dr Gaby, being able to ask, “What would you do?”
An incisive review of the book Enteroimmunology: A Guide to Prevention and Treatment of Chronic Disease, by Charles Lewis, MD, MPH.