Journal of Herbal Medicine
if, on the other hand, you are interested in revising your biochemistry and physiology and looking critically at the evidence and possibilities for individualised nutritional interventions to optimise health then here you have a valuable source of reference to use to extend and inform your practice.
from the Foreword by David S. Jones, MD, FABFP, President and Director of Medical Education, The Institute of Functional Medicine
Biochemical Imbalances in Disease will prove to be an important publication that adds to the expanding body of literature about functional medicine (FM)....The authors' careful explanations in this volume illustrate how clinical practice, coupled with skills learned through rigorous training in FM, can successfully bring to the therapeutic relationship real patient-centred answers for chronic, complex illnesses.
Zvi LaronPediatric Endocrinology Reviews, Vol 15., No. 2
An unusual text which discusses biochemical imbalances in gastro-intestinal, endocrine and immune diseases. It describes the diagnosis of imbalance and proposes therapeutic approaches, many based on nutrition and life style. Worth reading by pediatricians and practicing physicians.