Parkinson's Disease: Reducing Symptoms with Nutrition and Drugs

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Denor Press, Jan 1, 2006 - Medical - 165 pages
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This groundbreaking book offers a powerful blending of nutritional and pharmaceutical benefits. In user-friendly style, it aims to reduce distressing symptoms, improve general functional health and promote well-being in people with Parkinson s disease. It clearly explains the effects of nutrition and medication on brain and general metabolism, thereby empowering the reader to plan a more predictable and personalised management approach. The authors are recognized internationally as pioneers in the field of nutritional management of Parkinson s Disease and have received a Quality of Life in Parkinson s Award in the United States. This innovative book is aimed at all people affected by the disease, being suitable for Healthcare Professionals, Parkinson s Sufferers and Caregivers alike. It is also an easy-to-follow guide on this complex subject for students of medicine, nutrition and dietetics.

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