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From the PublisherThis is a really important resource for all health professionals who regularly come into contact with arthritis sufferers - rheumatologists, general practitioners, dietitians and nutritionists. It will help enable them to offer evidence-based advice on diet and supplements to reduce disease progression or help with symptom relief.
Sara Stanner, Nutrition Bulletin 32 (1), 91–93
The book holds so much information and details on dietary matters that I am sure that anyone in our profession will have a brush-up, learning of chemistry and action of nutrients, commonly used by patients. In the introduction to this book, the authors state that this information is meant for rheumatologists, general practitioners, dietitians and nutritionists to be able to provide their patients with updated evidence-based advice on diet and arthritis. I can warmly recommend anyone in these groups of health professionals to acquire this book, which can be used as reference in daily practice. Also, this will prepare the professional better for inevitable discussion with well informed patients...
Professor Henning Bliddal, Obesity Reviews 8, 377-378