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  1. 100 Q&A About HIV and AIDS

    100 Q&A About HIV and AIDS

    New edition now available of this popular book! It’s a riveting mix of front-line science, medical advances, and lifestyle coaching to people with HIV and AIDS. Formerly death sentences, they are now considered chronic diseases with consistent medications, good healthy choices, and vigilant adherence.

    Joel Gallant, MD, MPH
  2. Building Bone Vitality - Front Cover

    Building Bone Vitality

    After reviewing over 1,200 research articles, authors give their insights on osteoporosis prevention. Our typical diet leads to a chronic state of metabolic acidosis that leaches calcium from bone. Curiously, the countries with the highest calcium intakes have the highest rates of osteoporosis.

     

    Amy Joy Lanou, PhD, Michael Castleman
  3. CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis

    CBD: A Patient’s Guide to Medicinal Cannabis

    Excellent resource! Leinow has three decades of experience growing and studying medical cannabis. Considering the growing interest in this plant and its medicinal properties, including as an alternative to opioids for pain, we need to educate ourselves.

    Leonard Leinow and Juliana Birnbaum
  4. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalitis: Diagnosis and Treatment

    Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Myalgic Encephalitis: Diagnosis and Treatment

    The author, Dr. Sarah Myhill, is a British physician specializes in determining the underlying causes of health problems, especially fatigue and the newer chronic problems of civilization. She clearly explains what mitochondria is, how it functions, its vital role in energy and diseases of malfunction, and how our diet, gut health, stress, and lifestyle choices can restore its function or continue our decline.

    Dr. Sarah Myhill
  5. Cultural Food Practices - Front Cover

    Cultural Food Practices

    Written by members of the Diabetes DPG. With the incidence of diabetes growing and our demographics changing, healthcare practitioners will need more competence in working with various cultures. This interesting book covers 15 different cultures.
    Cynthia M. Goody, PhD, MBA, RD and Lorena Drago, MS, RD, CDN, CDE, eds.
  6. Diabetic Athlete's Handbook - Front Cover

    Diabetic Athlete's Handbook

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    This is a practical guide specifically for athletes of all ages with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Features up-to-date information with more than 100 sport-specific training guidelines for fitness, endurance, power, and outdoor activities.

    Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, Exercise Physiologist with diabetes
  7. Eating for Autism - Front Cover

    Eating for Autism

    Poor or inappropriat nutrition can affect a child's behavior, sleep, learning, and focus, especially in a child with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This book helps identify gut issues and nutrition treatments; it teaches the elimination diet and family-friendly approach to nutrition intervention.

    Elizabeth Strickland, MS, RD
  8. A Good Death - Front Cover

    End of Life Nutrition

    This important topic is now available in home study! Read the book, A Good Death, as a case study on end-of-life care and empowerment to patients and caregivers. Read the monograph for detailed nutrition therapy when cure or recovery is not possible and the patient wants to die a good death.

    Laura Schmidt and Joe Pizzarello, Monograph written by Sarah Laidlaw, MS, RD
  9. Food Allergies and Intolerances - Front Cover

    Food Allergies and Intolerances

    Best book on this topic! Written by Janice Vickerstaff Joneja, PhD, RDN, a widely known Canadian authority on food allergies and their treatment with thirty years of experience. It covers how to determine the offending foods, manage reactions; exploration of intolerances to chemicals and dyes in foods; pediatric food allergies, and emerging areas of research.

    Janice Vickerstaff Joneja, PhD, RDN
  10. Food-Medication Interactions - Front Cover

    Food-Medication Interactions

    Sorry. The 18th edition book is out of print and the 19th edition is expected later this summer. Foremost book on food-drug interactions. 90 new drugs added with reference tables on lab values, potassium sources, grapefruit-drug, alcohol-drug, and many others. Reader-friendly and extensively referenced with evidence-based research. Emphasis on meal timing, foods to restore nutrients, gut issues, and foods to avoid.

    Zaneta Pronsky, MS, RDN, FADA, Dean Elbe, BSC (PHARM), BCPP, PHARM D, and Keith Ayoob, EdD, RDN, FADA
  11. Gut and Psychology Syndrome - Front Cover

    GAPS: Gut and Psychology Syndrome

    Over 500,000 copies of this book have been sold! The author presents research and clinical experience to draw the link between physical and mental health, the foods and beverages we consume, and digestive health. She summarizes the biochemical connections with psychiatric and neurological disorders.
    Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD
  12. Geriatric Nutrition - Front Cover

    Geriatric Nutrition 4th edition

    New Edition! Totally updated!

    Chernoff’s Geriatric Nutrition: The Health Professional’s Handbook, 4th edition, is an authoritative guide on the role of nutrition in the maintenance of health as a person ages, in the management and prevention of chronic conditions, and the treatment of serious illness in the older person.

    Ronni Chernoff, PhD, RD, FADA, FASPEN
  13. Gluten Free - Front Cover

    Gluten Free, 5th Ed.

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    This book is a must-have for any health practitioner or patient with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity. It contains evidence-based research and over 3700 listed gluten-free foods by brand name. Shelley has been a popular speaker at the Academy’s annual convention. This is a myth-dispelling, easy to read, and comprehensive book on what we need to know and how to live with the diagnosis.

    Shelley Case, BSc, RDN
  14. Hormonal Balance - Front Cover

    Hormonal Balance

    This book first pioneered the idea that hormones play a key role in weight loss and control. The author uses a “how-to” approach on balancing hormones backed by research on the gut, brain, and body fat. Very interesting reading.
    Scott Isaacs, MD, FACP, FACE
  15. How Not To Die - Front Cover

    How Not to Die

    Wealth of nutrition science! The author, Michael Greger, MD, maintains a huge database of nutrition studies for his website, NutritionFacts.org, and this book condenses that data into healthy eating guidelines. The book has 134 pages of references that support his recommendations.

    Michael Greger, MD
  16. Integrative Medicine

    Integrative Medicine

    This book is the best one we could find on evidence-based integrative medicine. With over 140 contributing authors who are recognized as the best integrative and traditional practitioners in their respective fields, this book has detailed information on the therapies. Reader-friendly and extensively referenced with evidence-based research (available online).

    David Rakel, MD with Foreword by Andrew Weil, MD
  17. Intensive Diabetes Management - Front Cover

    Intensive Diabetes Management, 6th Ed.

    Virtually all patients with diabetes can improve glycemic control through intensive management. Following the personalized treatment is complex, but studies have shown it to be very effective in avoiding or controlling side effects and thus today, it is commonly used in diabetes care.

    Howard Wolpert, MD, ed.
  18. Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes

    Medical Management of Type 1 Diabetes

    This popular 7th edition is totally revised and updated with new authors and the latest guidelines for the comprehensive management of Type 1. Includes practical strategies to improve patient outcomes.

    Dr. Cecilia Low Wang, MD, FACP and Dr. Avni Shah, MD
  19. Mindless Eating - Front Cover

    Mindless Eating

    Great for weight loss. This is fast reading with new insights into eating behavior. See the surprising research on why we eat the quantities that we do and choose the foods we do. Intriguing reading!
    Brian Wansink, PhD
  20. Missing Microbes - Front Cover

    Missing Microbes

    Dr. Martin Blaser, MD explains the problem with medicine’s overuse of antibiotics and the underappreciated human microbiome and its contribution to health and human disease. Missing microbes affects nutrient absorption, immune system function, and the risk for diabetes and obesity.
    Dr. Martin Blaser, MD
  21. Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine

    Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine

    This book is very readable and attention-grabbing! It is known that many chronic diseases have their roots in dysfunctional mitochondria. Modern research shows nutrition can optimize its function along with other good lifestyle decisions. The book answers the questions: Why at times do antioxidants do more harm than good? What’s the connection between heart disease and Alzheimer’s, or infertility and hearing loss?

    Dr. Lee Know, ND
  22. Motivational Interviewing - Front Cover

    Motivational Interviewing in Nutrition and Fitness

    This book explains the proven, popular counseling approach, Motivational Interviewing (MI), and shows how to integrate it into present counseling interactions with clients. MI offers tools to help clients work through ambivalence and avoid quick-fixes and overcome barriers to change and maintain healthier habits. Sample dialogues show specific ways to improve conversations on movement and planning and eating better.

    Dawn Clifford, PhD, RDN, and Laura Curtis, MS, RDN
  23. Nutrition and Mental Health - Front Cover

    Nutrition and Mental Health

    This book explores the influence of nutrients or nutrient deficiencies on mental health through the current scientific literature on nutrition and addictions, aggression, depression, dementia, ASDs, and ADHD. Topics are as diverse as aging, brain physiology, eating studies, genetics, and psychology.
    Ruth Leyse-Wallace, PhD, RDN
  24. Nutrition Care of the Older Adult - Front Cover

    Nutrition Care of the Older Adult

    Updated with the latest scientific and evidence-based guidelines this guide is appropriate for both new and experienced practitioners. Excellent resource for working with patients at home, in the community, in public health, and long term care settings. Covers the unique chronic diseases, physiological changes, and nutritional needs of this aging population. The book offers 5 CPE hours from AND on top of the hours we offer.

    Kathleen Neidert, PhD, RDN, CSG, LD, FADA and members of the Dietitians in Health Care Communities DPG
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