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Digestive wellness / Elizabeth Lipski.

Lipski, Elizabeth. (Author).

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  • 4 of 4 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Fulton Co PL - Aubbee Library (Leiters Ford) 616.3 LIP (Text) 33187002231682 Nonfiction Available -
Fulton Co PL - Rochester Main Library 616.3 LIP (Text) 33187002198949 Nonfiction Available -
Peru PL - Peru 616.3 LIPSKI (Text) 33069000385761 ADULT Available -
Starke Co PL - Schricker Main Library (Knox) 616.3 LIP (Text) 30032060005458 ADULT NON-FICTION Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 0879839848
  • ISBN: 9780879839840
  • Physical Description: xvi, 416 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Edition: Updated 2nd ed.
  • Publisher: Los Angeles : Keats Pub., ©2000.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (pages 377-403) and index.
Formatted Contents Note: Introduction: Who Can Benefit from This Book? -- 1. The American Way of Life Is Hazardous to Our Health -- Food and the Environment -- Food Preparation and Technology -- Food Additives -- The Microwave -- Genetic Engineering -- Food Irradiation -- The Changing American Lifestyle -- Over-the-Counter Pain Relievers -- Antibiotics -- Pollution and Environmental Toxins -- The Will to Change -- 2. A Voyage Through the Digestive System -- You Aren't Only What You Eat -- A Guided Tour Through the Digestive System -- The Brain -- The Mouth -- The Esophagus -- The Stomach: The Body's Blender -- Small Intestine -- The Pancreas -- Gut-Associated Lymphatic Tissue (GALT) -- Gut Serotonin -- The Liver: The Body's Fuel Filter -- The Gallbladder: A Holding Tank for Bile -- The Large Intestine or Colon -- 3. The Bugs in Your Body: Intestinal Flora -- The Many Benefits of Intestinal Flora -- Probiotic Bacteria Help Us in Many Ways -- Not All Intestinal Bacteria Are Friendly -- Prebiotics -- Foods and Herbs That Enhance Intestinal Flora -- Probiotic Supplements -- Dosage -- 4. Dysbiosis: A Good Neighborhood Gone Bad -- What Causes Dysbiosis? -- Patterns of Dysbiosis -- Putrefaction Dysbiosis -- Fermentation Dysbiosis -- Deficiency Dysbiosis -- Sensitization Dysbiosis -- Candida: The Masquerader -- 5. Leaky Gut Syndrome: The Systemic Consequences of Faulty Digestion -- What Causes Leaky Gut Syndrome? -- Chronic Stress -- Dysbiosis -- Environmental Contaminants -- Overconsumption of Alcoholic Beverages -- Poor Food Choices -- Use of Medication -- Restoring Gut Integrity -- Food and Environmental Sensitivities -- Lectins -- Elimination-Provocation Diet -- 6. Functional Medicine and Functional Testing -- Acid-Alkaline Balance and pH Testing -- Home pH Testing -- Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA) -- Parasitology Testing -- Elimination-Provocation Food Sensitivity Testing -- Food Allergy/Sensitivity Testing -- Leaky Gut Syndrome or Intestinal Permeability Testing -- Heidelberg Capsule Test -- Functional Liver Profile Testing -- Indican Test -- Lactose Intolerance Testing -- Hair Analysis -- Small Bowel Bacterial Overgrowth Test -- Electrical Acupuncture Voltage (EAV) Testing -- Organic Acid Testing -- 7. Moving Toward a Wellness Lifestyle -- 8. First Things First: Detoxification -- Detoxification Programs -- Fruit and Vegetable Cleansing -- Metabolic Cleansing -- Vitamin C Flush -- Low-Temperature Saunas and Steams -- 9. Diet Means "A Way of Living" -- Clean Out the Pantry -- Rules for Eating, Cooking, and Shopping -- Eat Local Foods in Season -- The Life in Foods Gives Us Life -- Plan Ahead: Carry Food with You -- Eat Small, Frequent Meals to Sustain Even Energy Levels -- Eat When You Are Hungry; Stop When You Are Satisfied -- Relax While Eating -- Choose Organically Grown Foods Whenever Possible -- Eat as Many Fruits and Vegetables as Possible -- Eat Lean Protein Including High EPA and DHA Fish One to Two Times a Week -- Drink Clean Water -- Respect Your Own Biochemical Uniqueness -- Increase High-Fiber Foods -- A Guide to Buying Food -- Cereals and Grains -- Eggs -- Fish and Seafood -- Seaweeds -- Meat and Poultry -- Oils, Nuts, and Seeds -- Shopping List -- Fruits and Vegetables -- Legumes (Beans and Peas) -- Whole Grains -- Whole Grain Breads -- Breads and Pastas -- Cereals -- Dairy Products and Eggs -- Fish and Seafood -- Meats and Poultry -- Beverages -- Oils, Nuts, and Seeds -- Condiments -- 10. Natural Therapies for Common Digestive Problems -- Mouth -- Bad Breath or Halitosis -- Cheilosis or Cracks in the Corners of the Mouth and Lips -- Gingivitis and Periodontal Disease -- Mouth Ulcers or Canker Sores -- Thrush -- Tongue Problems -- Esophagus -- Belching or Eructation -- Heartburn or Gastric Reflux and Hiatal Hernia -- Barrett's Esophagus -- Stomach -- Gastric Hypofunction or Hypochlorhydria -- Gastric Ulcers and Gastritis -- Liver -- Hepatitis -- Cirrhosis -- Pancreas -- Gallbladder -- Gallstones -- Small Intestine -- Flatulence or Intestinal Gas -- Parasites -- Celiac Disease, Sprue, or Gluten Intolerance -- Colon or Large Intestine -- Constipation -- Diarrhea -- Diverticular Disease -- Irritable Bowel Syndrome -- Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis -- Hemorrhoids -- 11. Natural Therapies for the Diverse Consequences of Faulty Digestion -- Arthritis -- Osteoarthritis -- Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) -- Psoriatic Arthritis -- Ankylosing Spondylitis (AS) -- Asthma -- Behcet's Disease (BD) -- Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -- Eczema or Atopic Dermatitis -- Fibromyalgia -- Food and Environmental Sensitivities -- Migraine Headaches -- Psoriasis -- Schizophrenia -- Scleroderma -- Appendix. Resources.
Subject: Digestion.
Indigestion.
Digestion.
Dyspepsia.

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