The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy

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Avery Publishing, 1999 - Medical - 492 pages
The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy was written to help you understand and use the power of enzymes to maximize your health and combat a host of common disorders, ranging from allergies to cardiaovascular disease to indigestion to stress.
The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy is divided into three parts. Part One gives a clear picture of enzymes - what they are, what they do, and how they can be depleted in our foods and in the body. It explains how you can design an enzyme-rich diet, and when, why, and how enzyme supplements may be taken. It also provides information about those nonenzyme supplements that are most helpful in optimizing the effectiveness of enzymes. Part Two explains how enzyme therapy can be used for the treatment of disease and provides enzyme therapy programs - including vitamins, minerals, herbs, and several other nutritional supplements - for over 150 disorders. Part Three presents other complementary therapies that can be incorporated into your enzyme treatment program.

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About the author (1999)

Anthony J. Cichoke, D.C., Ph.D., is a chiropractor with a doctorate in nutrition. He hosts an internationally syndicated radio talk show called "The Dr. Enzyme Self-Help Show." He has written several books, including The Complete Book of Enzyme Therapy for Avery, and hundreds of articles on the subjects of nutrition and chiropractic. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

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