Dr. Alan Gaby received his undergraduate degree from Yale College, his M.S. in biochemistry from Emory College, and the M.D. in the College of Maryland. He is at private practice for 19 years, focusing on dietary medicine. In that time he created a wide spectrum of innovations that stay in prevalent use today.
He’s past-president from the American Holistic Medical Association and it has given expert testimony towards the White-colored House Commission on Complementary and Alternative Treatment around the cost-effectiveness of dietary supplements. He’s the writer of Preventing and Reversing Osteoporosis (Prima, 1994) and also the Doctor’s Help guide to Vitamin B6 (Rodale Press, 1984), and also the co-author of The Patient’s Book of Natural Healing (Prima, 1999). Dr. Gaby has written numerous scientific papers in the area of dietary medicine. He’s been the adding medical editor for theTownsend Letter for Doctors since 1985, and offered as adding editor for Alternative Medicine Review from 1996 to 2010.
In the last 36 years, Dr. Gaby is promoting a mechanical database in excess of 28,000 individually selected medical journal articles associated with the concept of natural medicine. He was professor of diet and part of the clinical faculty at Bastyr College in Kenmore, WA from 1995 to 2002. He’s made an appearance around the CBS Evening News.
This Year, Dr. Gaby completed a 30-year project: the textbook Nutritional Medicine. Dr. Gaby has culled greater than 40,000 scientific studies and evidence from his clinical practice to produce Dietary Medicine, which discusses greater than 400 different health problems and disorders. Additionally, it contains 60 chapters on individual therapeutic agents (vitamins, minerals, proteins, along with other natural substances) including biochemical effects, clinical indications, signs and signs and symptoms of deficiency, negative effects, drug interactions, nutrient interactions, and dosage and administration. Chapters on fundamentals of dietary medicine (including nutritional fundamentals, food additives, reactive hypoglycemia, food hypersensitivity, “sublaboratory” hypothyroidism, and candidiasis) will also be incorporated.
Dietary Medicine is a foundational cornerstone and really should perform the desk of each and every healthcare specialist, for me. Importantly, we’ve the 2nd edition of Nutritional Medicine, which includes all the information in the first edition with additions and modifications according to new information.
I encourage everyone to go to Dr. Gaby’s website (https://doctorgaby.com/) where you’ll find sample chapters out of this recently revised text.
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