Ebook: "An Osteopath`s Guide to Nutrition" : Rohan Osteopathy Posts
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Rohan Iswariah D.O. is a fully trained osteopath, registered with the General Osteopathic Council since its inauguration in May 2000. I gained my qualification from  The British School Of Osteopathy  in 1983 and have been in full time practice treating all age groups for a wide range of conditions ever since. All osteopaths are required to undertake regular development and training (CPD). Here is a list of courses and lectures that I have attended since 2004 as part of a continual learning and advancement process. 

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Ebook: "An Osteopath`s Guide to Nutrition"

by rohan iswariah on 01/13/22

An Osteopath`s Guide to Nutrition

Yes, I have finally written a book. It is available as ebook on Amazon: "An Osteopath`s Guide to Nutrition". I hope you find it interesting and of some assistance. I have been an osteopath for over 38 years since qualifying from The British School of Osteopathy in 1983. As an osteopath I recognise that many factors can cause or contribute to ill health. Osteopaths try to provide a whole-person approach to health, and use various techniques tailored to the individual to achieve or provide effective care and treatment. Patients will often discuss a host of factors that can illuminate causes of their presenting symptoms - nutrition can be one of these contributory factors. It was the famous German philosopher Ludwig Feuerbach in 1848 who more than alluded to the essential nature of a good balanced diet in his famous phrase, “We are what we eat”. As osteopaths, we take a holistic approach to promoting well-being and preventing disease where possible, and good nutrition is absolutely vital for overall healthy functioning. Good nutrition is vital for growth, providing energy, building and maintaining the immune system, and contributes to proper digestion. It protects us against many chronic noncommunicable diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, gut health, and cancer. Good nutrition is also important for maintaining our memory, and contributes to good mood and general disposition. For convenience, all the entries in this book have been organised in an A-to-Z format, and include all the vitamins and minerals, and additionally most herbs and many food supplements. The book references in excess of 520 authoritative papers, abstracts, and websites – with historical information regarding discovery and traditional uses, including traditional Ayurvedic herbs (Ayurveda is the traditional medicinal system used for thousands of years across the Indian subcontinent, which may be more than 5,000 years old) and Traditional Chinese Medicine (this also uses a variety of plants and Chinese herbs, and is over 3,500 years old itself)

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