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Doctor, what should I eat? : nutrition prescriptions for ailments in which diet can really make a difference

Author: Isadore Rosenfeld
Publisher: New York : Random House, [1995]
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"Discusses how each disorder develops, what you should or should not eat to help your recovery or prevent a recurrence, and which medications will work best with your food prescription."
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Isadore Rosenfeld
ISBN: 0679428186 9780679428183
OCLC Number: 30025880
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xx, 425 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Acne : when doctors and patients disagree --
Actinic keratoses : no fun in the sun --
Aging : no one lives forever, but it's worth a try --
Alcohol : pleasure, poison, and empty calories --
Alzheimer's disease : what's cooking where --
When you're anemic : is your blood really "tired"? --
Anxiety, panic attacks, and food : angst-free foods --
Arthritis (osteo- and rheumatoid) : nightshades and all --
Asthma : eat right and wheeze less --
When you're a "power" athlete : eating to survive and maybe even to win --
Cancer : a tale of fat, fiber, vitamins, and heredity --
Carpal tunnel syndrome : vitamins for a painful wrist --
Cataracts : why it's cloudy all day --
Chronic fatigue syndrome : it's not all in your head --
The common cold : what, if not vitamin C? --
Congestive heart failure : when the spirit is willing, but the pump is weak --
Constipation : a diet for hard times --
Cystic fibrosis : when the "worst" foods are the best --
Diabetes : how sweet you are, and maybe even fat --
Diarrhea : too dry for tears --
Diet and infertility : when what you eat is inconceivable --
Diet and sex : why "Spanish fly" has nothing to do with aviation --
Diverticulosis and diverticulitis : you're just too refined --
Feeding your infant : eat more and weigh less --
Flatulence : when it's time to ration gas --
Fluid retention : when you're either very sick, or simply menstruating --
Food allergy : finding the culprit --
Gallstones : too much fat, too little fiber, and too much fasting --
Gout : the price of the good life --
Halitosis : the bad breath your doctor should tell you about, if your friends don't --
Your heart : what to eat to keep it healthy --
Hemorrhoids : piles of fiber --
Hepatitis : better never than late --
Hiatal hernia : don't rush to surgery --
High blood pressure : who? me? but I'm so relaxed --
Hyperactivity : the sugar myth --
Hypoglycemia : no sugar even when you need it --
Inflammatory bowel disease : drugs, diet, and sometimes surgery --
The irregular heartbeat : when holidays are bad for the heart --
The irritable (or spastic) bowel : play "rough" with your gut --
Jet lag : fly first class, eat economy --
When your kidneys fail : you've got too much of a bad thing --
When you have kidney stones : water, water, every day --
Lactose intolerance : who's normal anyway? --
Leg cramps : "dancing" in the dark --
Malabsorption : just passing through --
Meniere's disease : too dizzy to eat? --
Menopause : free at last --
Migraine and other headaches : no dear, not tonight --
Motion sickness, nausea, and diet : is it all in the head, the ear, or the gut? --
Multiple sclerosis (MS) : a fatty diet that may actually be good for you --
Osteoporosis : when you get all the breaks in life --
When you're overweight : no more intimate dinners for two, especially when you're dining alone --
Painful, lumpy breasts : to worry? to diet? --
Pancreatitis : alcohol, gallstones, and bellyaches --
Parkinson's disease : when "good" food and "healthy" multivitamins can harm you --
Peptic ulcers : you mean I'm infected, not nervous? --
Porphyria : a sweet solution --
When you're pregnant : two must eat better than one --
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) : all I want for Christmas is chocolate --
Psoriasis : when it snows on your blue serge suit --
Raynaud's : a disease and a phenomenon! the woman who came in from the cold --
Rectal itching : when you can't scratch in public --
Rosacea : the truth will make you blush --
Tinnitus : the radiator is not hissing --
Urinary infection : the cranberry factor --
Vaginal yeast infection : candidly, it's either bugs or fungus.
Responsibility: Isadore Rosenfeld.
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