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Elizabeth Lipski
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Digestive Wellness explains how your digestive system works and what to do when it doesn’t.

Digestive Wellness explains how your digestive system works and what to do when it doesn’t.

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Showing 30 distinct works. Digestive Wellness: How to Strengthen the Immune System and Prevent Disease Through Healthy Digestion by. Elizabeth Lipski.

The author of "Digestive Wellness, Digestive Wellness for Children", and "Leaky Gut Syndrome", she's also the Director of Doctoral Studies in Holistic Nutrition at Hawthorn University. Dr. Lipski is a member of the Board of Directors for the National Association of Nutrition Professionals and the Nutrition Advisory Board for the Institute for Functional Medicine. Throughout the year Dr. Lipski frequently appears on radio.

Sixty percent of the population has suffered from a digestive ailment in the last three months

Sixty percent of the population has suffered from a digestive ailment in the last three months. Acid reflux, heartburn, gastritis, ulcers, lactose intolerance, and food allergies are among the many ailments caused by faulty digestion. Digestive Wellness was designed to help you understand the complex relationships between gastrointestinal physiology, diet, and health.

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Digestive Wellness for Children - Elizabeth Lipski, Ph. . It is not intended as a substitute for consulting with your physician or other healthcare provider.

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There is currently an epidemic of digestive illness in this country, an epidemic that can be traced to the foods we eat and the way we live. One-third to one-half of all adults suffer from some sort of digestive problem, and faulty digestion is directly responsible for a vast array of other ailments--everything from bad breath, ulcers, heartburn, and constipation to colitis, diverticulitis, and irritable bowel syndrome. Disorders that are caused indirectly by this problem include arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, and migraine headaches. In this well-researched, comprehensive book, noted nutritionist Elizabeth Lipski helps readers understand the complex interrelationships of the digestive process.

  • Uttegirazu
This book reads like a gripping novel. Logical explaination is followed by statistical proof, showing the hazards of our modern diet. Chapter 3's Voyage through the Digestive System is interesting, undertandable and a compulsive read. Problem identification and theraupic solutions are simple, and again very logical. I would recommend this book for anybody working in the health profession especially natural therapists. It is also very understandable for the layperson with little prior knowledge of how the digestive system works.
  • Dori
Great book by Elizabeth Lipski- she has done her research- Topic on digestive is so important in this day and age - she has bought so much awareness to my eating -I will not chew the same
  • Jeb
This book is full of easy to follow, very helpful info. I ordered one for myself and one for my sister. Great for anyone to read and learn from, especially for dealing with specific digestive issues. I am always researching for more ways to improve my health, specifically IBS and Candida yeast infections. A great way to take charge of your own health, armed with excellent knowledge.
  • Flocton
An excellent book for anyone who wonders if how they eat affects their health. As a nurse in a wellness practice, I quote Ms. Lipski all the time. This book is a must read for anyone with a chronic health problem or anyone who doesn't want to get one!
  • Unirtay
Digestive Wellness is one of the most useful books I've ever read. Elizabeth Lipski have helped me understand my body's language in terms of what others think of as a normal body response to food, from bloating to gas to acid reflex, and what she explains it as what should not happen after consuming food.

After I've read her book my digestion improved a lot, I no longer experience the annoying symptoms after food, and even if I do, I know why am I having those symptoms.

Ever since I read her book, I was able to help friends and family spot their real digestive problems. A great resource book with a lot of alternative solutions that in a way or another a problem will easily be overcome. My brother was diagnosed as having ulcerative colitis and another relative had inflammatory bowel disease, and referring back to Digestive Wellness, I was able to advise them of what to eat and what to avoid.

I love this book and I always keep it handy! I consider it a MUST-HAVE for all. I believe everyone should read it in order to spot any current and/or potential digestive problems, and to find ways to overcome such problems.
  • Moswyn
Not only is the list of difficulties caused by poor digestion lengthy, it includes many health problems that people don't immediately associate with their digestive process. Most people know that bad breath, indigestion, hiatal hernias, and Crohn's Disease are related to what happens in the digestive tract. Clinical nutritionist Elizabeth Lipski, M.S., C.C.N., also includes arthritis, autism, fibromyalgia, psoriasis, and schizophrenia in the list of digestion-related ailments.

Lipski cites all the latest research and studies on digestive disorders and therapies in her new book, Digestive Wellness, Updated Second Edition.
Digestion begins in the mouth and continues through the stomach and intestines to the colon. Each organ has an important role to play in helping the body break down foods so that their nutrients can be absorbed. Lipski says that "most of us don't think much about digestion unless it isn't working well," adding that "many people with chronic digestive problems continue to eat poorly, never realizing that their food choices are causing their ill health."
She starts with an exploration of the causes of digestive illness, which is often related to lifestyle choices. She then describes how a healthy digestive system works, and explains where and how the process can get out of balance. Lipski also includes information on how to pinpoint the source of your particular digestive disorder and provides recommendations and therapies for restoring wellness.
She emphasizes that each person has different biochemistry, and that what works for one will not work for another. Although health professionals can order lab tests (and she explains these tests fully), healing usually involves modifying individual eating habits. Accordingly, Lipski devotes one section to self-care strategies, with the intent of exposing readers to "more plans, new ideas, and the tools to be your own health expert."
She ends with a resource list of nutrition experts, health professionals, laboratories, and suggested reading.
Lipski says that Digestive Wellness "is about taking control of your lifestyle to increase your chances of getting healthier and more vibrant each year." It's an excellent resource for everyone suffering from any kind of digestive disorder and those who care about them.
  • Oghmaghma
all the diseases that could affect the gastrointestinal tract are explained in this remarckable-must book in the best comprehensive holistic, and in a very understandable way. it includes basic strategies in the wright diet for the diseases, and plus suplements of vitamins,minerals, amino-acids,herbs recommandation,and enzymes and other special natural-suplements.the explanation is also tells you the anatomical structers of the g.i. ,and the way the authors express themselves is very nice to read. this book is a lot more than a must-book for everybody: nutritionists,naturopaths,m.d's and any health seaker (including students).the library of health books is not complete without that book.
I suffer IBS-Alternating and this book gave me a helpful understanding of my long list of digestive symptoms as well as types of testing that I could do that my doctor never told me about. For example, I recently got an ELISA blood allergy test and discovered that I am intolerant to eggs and dairy --but the extensive scratch test that was done by an allergy specialist showed that I had no food allergies. I have since eliminated eggs and dairy and my symptoms improved. Also, it talks about the CDSA test, which I think is a must for anyone with digestive disturbances.

I found this book much more useful than Van Vorous's Eating for IBS.