A second area of the book is mentioning shellfish allergies. The author's statement to this is " Generally this kind of reaction is seen in adulthood."Again, I may be seeing something beyond what she intended but I feel this too is a dangerous statement to share with her readers. Allergic reactions can happen at any age, any time, even after ingesting the food many times before without a previous reaction. No, the focus is not on food allergies but if the author is choosing to include this topic, I recommend that the wording be carefully chosen.
- Multiple types of therapies to offer a wider patient care plan (such as art, dance and music therapy)
- Explains how food sensitivities, intolerances and allergies may relate to different areas of health related issues, not just physical reactions as many expect
- Explanations of digestion and how poor nutrition and digestion can effect other areas of your body when you are not well
- Sugars, fats and proteins and how they relate as different avenues of health issues
- Case studies with notes, comments and questions for the practitioner to consider using
- Sample patient letters, explanation of test results and the importance of receiving patient feedback
If you are interested and would like to read a copy for yourself, you can find it on Amazon. For more information about the author Julie Langton Smith MSc I recommend you visit her website for the Langton Smith Clinic. I want to thank the publishing company for sending me a copy to review and asking for my thoughts, it is always appreciated to be included.