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The Doctor's Guide to Milk and Your Health: The Good, the Bad or the Slow Poison
     

The Doctor's Guide to Milk and Your Health: The Good, the Bad or the Slow Poison

by Anil Minocha
 

Feeling sick with low energy all the time? Worried about your child’s brain health?
It is time to take guess-work out of milk. Read pros and cons of milk and help your body and brain.

Would you play Russian roulette with your child’s health? High IQ may not just be a coincidence.

The Doctor’s Guide to Milk and Your Health provides

Overview

Feeling sick with low energy all the time? Worried about your child’s brain health?
It is time to take guess-work out of milk. Read pros and cons of milk and help your body and brain.

Would you play Russian roulette with your child’s health? High IQ may not just be a coincidence.

The Doctor’s Guide to Milk and Your Health provides answers to these vexing questions and many more.

1. Does source of milk matter?

2. Is milk in the US and Western Europe derived from a variety of cows or just one breed?

3. Is goat milk less allergenic than cow’s milk? What about donkey or camel milk?

Written by an eminent gastroenterologist and nutritionist, this book allows the reader to better understand the controversies surrounding the consumption of milk and be a better-informed consumer.

If you won't read the book for your health, do it for the ones you love.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940152884715
Publisher:
Anil Minocha
Publication date:
02/24/2016
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
303,999
File size:
439 KB

Meet the Author

Anil Minocha MD; FACP; FACG; AGAF; CPNSS is a nationally known physician and currently holds the academic title of Professor of Medicine. Dr. Minocha has board certification in gastroenterology, internal medicine and nutrition. He is also fellowship trained in clinical pharmacology and medical toxicology. In addition to practicing gastroenterology and nutrition, he has been actively involved in the education of medical students and gastroenterology fellows. This includes stints as program director for gastroenterology fellowship programs (training of future gastrointestinal specialists) at two different medical schools. Dr. Minocha's interest in scientific discovery spans over three decades. His research has spanned broad dimensions of laboratory research including animal research as well as clinical studies in human subjects. His research work has been presented at numerous national scientific meetings including but not limited to annual scientific meetings of the American College of Gastroenterology and American Gastroenterological Association. He is also author or co-author of over 100 publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals. In recognition of his research mentoring activities, Dr. Minocha was honored with the 2006 University of Mississippi Medical Center, Department of Medicine Langford Research Mentor award. Dr. Minocha has previously served as chief of gastroenterology at two different medical schools. He is a Fellow of American College of Physicians, American Gastroenterological Association and American College of Gastroenterology. Dr. Minocha has been interviewed by or quoted in various media including radio, TV and publications like Ladies Home Journal, BottomLine and GQ.

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