IBS for Dummies - Wiley (2005) - Dr. Carolyn Dean MD ND

IBS for Dummies – Wiley (2005)

October 2, 2017

Jeffrey D. Roberts, Founder, Irritable Bowel Syndrome Association says IBS for Dummies is “A well researched encyclopedia about Irritable Bowel Syndrome”. His review on Amazon.com continues with the following accolades for this book. “IBS For Dummies is likely the most complete and current book about IBS that has been written to date for the non-medical reader. It covers pretty well every topic and aspect about the illness and it does it very well. The book reads easily from cover-to-cover or as a reference from chapter to chapter. This book is for sufferers or for anyone who wants to learn more about this chronic illness. Certainly well worth the read and as an addition to your personal IBS book library.”

From 10-20 percent of Americans suffer from IBS. It’s another disease of civilization and lifestyle run amok. There are no medications for IBS and the natural medicine approach is treatment there is for this condition. Diet, herbs, vitamins and minerals, and EFT are all described in detail along with a dozen triggers that you can learn to avoid. This timely guide features information on the nature of the disease and how it affects the body, covering symptoms, triggers, and the diseases that are often confused with (or can be combined with) IBS. It explains how to find a doctor, understand the diagnosis, and handle the emotional and financial challenges, and presents healthy nutrition guidelines, viable treatment options, and new research trends and drugs. Because IBS is a functional disease we offer many alternatives to drugs. Dr. Dean co-authored this book with her sister L. Christine Wheeler.

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