David Rowland shares ‘Nutritional Solutions for 88 Conditions’
New book contains most relevant, useful, comprehensive compilation of contemporary holistic nutrition information
GUELPH, Ontario — David Rowland is the foremost expert in holistic nutrition, author of 12 highly acclaimed health publications, innovator and publisher of Nutritiapedia®, creator of Nutri-Body® assessment, founder of the Canadian Nutrition Institute and the Edison Institute of Nutrition. Rowland has cut through the noise and offers a plethora of no-nonsense nutritional solutions in this – his latest work, “Nutritional Solutions for 88 Conditions: Correct the Causes” (published by Balboa Press).
This book is the most relevant, useful and comprehensive compilation of contemporary holistic nutrition information. In these pages, readers will find all of Rowland’s best research and clinical experience complete with new and innovative programs to naturally address – and in many cases prevent disease altogether.[sam_ad id=”26″ codes=”true”]
“This book looks into the causes of high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, cancer and other degenerative conditions. Once cause and effect are understood, the solutions are obvious,” Rowland says.
Incisive and illuminating, “Nutritional Solutions for 88 Conditions” is a complete encyclopedia of holistic nutrition that reads like a story rather than a textbook. It will remind readers that they can be their own doctor and this book shows them how.
“Nutritional Solutions for 88 Conditions”
By David Rowland
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 274 pages | ISBN 9781504369787
E-Book | 274 pages | ISBN 9781504369794
Available at Amazon.ca and Chapters/Indigo.ca
About the Author
David Rowland is Canada’s foremost expert in holistic nutrition, the publisher of Nutritiapedia®—the free online nutritional encyclopedia—and creator of the Nutri-Body® assessment method favored by practitioners for determining biochemical weaknesses. He is also court-recognized as an expert in complementary medicine.
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