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Eating for Peak Performance

Illustrates the similarities and differences between eating for weight loss and eating for optimal exercise performance. Delineates the importance of fats, proteins, and carbohydrates in optimizing physical performance. Describes the impact of micronutrients on physical performance. Defines the potential impact of supplemental chemicals on physical performance.
$25.00

Eating Right at Midlife & Beyond

Recognizes the physiological changes that typically occur with age. Describes the programmed and error theories of aging. Recognizes the contribution of genetics to individual lifespan. Explains oxidative stress and the role of antioxidants in combating it. Lists the sources of antioxidants and the foods that provide the best antioxidant benefits. Outlines a healthy eating plan for older adults.
$81.00

Food Addiction, Obesity & Diabetes - CD format

This 4-disc audio program on “Food Addiction, Obesity and Diabetes” will provide Health Professionals with a comprehensive overview of appetite regulation, food cravings & addiction, useful strategies to normalize weight and recommendations for managing diabetes. Eating disorders are typically associated with young and middle-aged patients. However, many older individuals with endocrine disorders (hyperthyroidism, Cushing’s, diabetes) experience derangements of appetite. Similarly, many patients with neurological problems (strokes, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, various forms of dementia, head injury, etc.) may develop problematic cravings and other appetite changes. This course will help Health Professionals gain helpful insights into the care of these complicated patients.
$35.00

Globesity

It is estimated that 1.4 billion adults—one in three across the globe—are overweight. Registered dietitian and health writer Clare Fleishman explores surprising new suspects contributing to our planet’s expanding girth, including air conditioning, drugs, pollution, and others which get little notice as lack of will power shoulders the blame. This important work examines how we live in a new century and why obesity has become a major killer from the American Midwest to the cities of Europe and across the deserts of Africa.
$25.00

Globesity - TEST ONLY

THIS IS FOR THE TEST ONLY. The e-book can be purchased from Cedar Fort (see link below). It is estimated that 1.4 billion adults—one in three across the globe—are overweight. Registered dietitian and health writer Clare Fleishman explores surprising new suspects contributing to our planet’s expanding girth, including air conditioning, drugs, pollution, and others which get little notice as lack of will power shoulders the blame. This important work examines how we live in a new century and why obesity has become a major killer from the American Midwest to the cities of Europe and across the deserts of Africa.
$25.00

Gluten & the Brain

Discusses the role of gluten in celiac disease and non-celiac glucose sensitivity. Lists the main food sources of gluten. Identifies the neuropsychiatric components of the gut-brain link to gluten sensitivity. Describes the possible role of the microbiome in gluten sensitivity. Lists the components of a gluten-free diet. Identifies the potential disadvantages of eliminating gluten from the diet.
$25.00

Inflammation

Recognizes the significance of the immune system in combating infection and disease. Distinguishes between innate and adaptive immune responses. Identifies the humoral and cellular components of the non-specific immune response. Differentiates between acute and chronic inflammation. Identifies the mechanisms of combating infection/disease. Outlines the components of an anti-inflammatory lifestyle.
$25.00

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Identifies the differences between functional gastrointestinal disorders and inflammatory bowel diseases. Explains the pathophysiology of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and identifies appropriate treatment strategies. Discusses the pathophysiology of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative collitis and identify appropriate treatment strategies. Identifies psychosocial issues in chronic gastrointestinal disorders. Discusses new research on the causes of gastrointestinal disorders, such as peptic ulcer disease.