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Join ACAM & Save 50% on Dr. Alan Gaby's Textbook "Nutritional Medicine"

Posted By Administration, Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Updated: Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Nutritional Medicine is a textbook designed to teach healthcare practitioners how to use nutritional therapy as an alternative or adjunct to conventional medicine.

It is the result of over thirty years of research, study, and experience by Dr. Alan Gaby, who is widely recognized as an authority on medical nutrition.

"A landmark, a milestone in the history of 21st century medicine." - Jonathon V. Wright, M.D. | Pioneer in nutritional medicine.

"I recommend that Nutritional Medicine be on the desk of every healthcare practitioner." - William Manahan, M.D. | Past President, American Holistic Medical Association.

The book features:

  • More than 400 different health conditions and symptoms discussed in detail.
  • Sixty-one chapters on vitamins, minerals, and other therapeutic agents, including biochemistry, clinical indications, absorption, excretion, deficiency signs, requirements, assessment of nutritional status, adverse effects, drug interactions, nutrient interactions, preparations, and dosage and administration.
  • Chapters on fundamentals of nutritional medicine including dietary fundamentals, reactive hypoglycemia, food allergy, "sub-laboratory" hypothyroidism, and candidiasis.
  • More than 1,300 pages and 15,000 reference citations.

ACAM has secured an exclusive discount on this valuable textbook for our new members. Join ACAM today and pay only $147.50 for this incredible book! (Retail value: $295)

Call us at: 1-800-532-3688 or (949) 309-3520 for information on this promotion.

Tags:  nutrition  Professional Membership 

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