Best Genitourinary Infections & STDs Books
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1. Renal Diet Cookbook: The Low Sodium, Low Potassium, Healthy Kidney Cookbook
Author: by Susan Zogheib
Published at: Rockridge Press; 1st edition (November 17, 2015)
Better eating for healthier kidneys the renal diet cookbook and meal plan. While a kidney disease diagnosis can be overwhelming, you’re not alone. Nearly 26 million adults are affected by chronic kidney disease, but there is hope: your diet. In the Renal Diet Cookbook, renal dietician Susan Zogheib, MHS, RD, LDN provides a 28-day plan to establish long-term dietary changes to slow the progression of kidney disease.
She knows it can be confusing to figure out which foods to eat and which to avoid. In her comprehensive renal diet cookbook, she details weekly meal plans featuring recipes that keep your potassium, sodium, and phosphorous levels in check.
The Renal Diet Cookbook removes the mystery and stress of figuring out what foods to eat, with:Targeted weekly meal plans to preserve your kidney healthRecipe modifications for dialysis patientsHelpful FAQs about managing chronic kidney diseaseRecipes in the Renal Diet Cookbook include: Strawberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast, Baba Ganoush, Roasted Beef Stew, Baked Mac and Cheese, Herb Pesto Tuna, Persian Chicken, Honey Bread Pudding, and much more!
2. Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed: The Complete Guide to Managing Kidney Disease and Avoiding Dialysis
Author: by Susan Zogheib MHS RD LDN
Your new kidney-friendly diet made easy with meal plans and flavorful recipes When you’ve just been diagnosed with stage 1-4 chronic kidney disease, learning to follow diet restrictions can be a challenge. But your meals don’t have to be complicated or boring to support your health and slow the disease’s progression.
Keep it simple and flavorful with the Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed. This practical cookbook equips you with essential info, 4 weekly meal plans, and 100 easy, kidney-healthy recipes to kick-start your renal diet. Find out how kidney disease works, and learn how diet plays a key role in keeping you healthy and avoiding dialysis.
Explore at-a-glance food charts to help you regulate nutrients like sodium, potassium, phosphorus, and protein. All of the book’s recipes include nutrition facts, and many can be made in 30 minutes or lessaccommodating your busy schedule and helping keep your kidney-friendly diet stress-free.
The Renal Diet Cookbook for the Newly Diagnosed includes:100+ Satisfying recipesEnjoy Buckwheat Pancakes, Creamy Broccoli Soup, Lemon Garlic Halibut, Meatloaf with Mushroom Gravy, Strawberry Pie, and much more. 4 Weekly meal plansGet started with four weeks of daily menus, complete with shopping lists, snack suggestions, and nutrition facts for every recipe.
3. Stopping Kidney Disease: A science based treatment plan to use your doctor, drugs, diet and exercise to slow or stop the progression of incurable kidney disease (Stopping Kidney Disease(tm)
Author: by Lee Hull
Start slowing kidney disease progression today by getting educated on the factors that speed up or slow down kidney disease progression. Stopping Kidney Disease is the most comprehensive guide to understanding how your kidneys work and how to make your remaining kidney function last as long as possible.
Get measurable results in 90 days. Stopping Kidney Disease contains research on all stages of kidney disease newly diagnosed, stage three, four, five, dialysis and transplant. Stopping Kidney Disease includes over 500 pages with hundreds of Nephrology medical studies cited to give patients a modern evidence based approach to ensuring their kidneys last as long as possible.
You will learn:Why patient education is always the biggest factor in your successHow to reduce the workload on your kidneys in 90 days or lessPositive steps to slow disease progressionTo eliminate factors that increase disease progressionLive longer and better with the most up to date treatmentsResearch on low or very low protein diets including keto analogs and Albutrix Also includes research on kidney diets, renal diets and ckd dietsThe author has been a kidney patient for over 20 years and successfully stopped kidney disease progression after steroids and immune suppressing drugs failed using the same research in Stopping Kidney Disease.
4. Stopping Kidney Disease Food Guide: A recipe, nutrition and meal planning guide to treat the factors driving the progression of incurable kidney disease (Stopping Kidney Disease(tm))
Author: by Lee Hull
This renal and kidney diet guide is for kidney or renal patients who want to try to slow or stop the progression of incurable kidney disease. The chronic kidney disease diet and CKD recipes and eating plan in this book are based on the research in Stopping Kidney Disease, the highest rated book on kidney disease which has benefited hundreds of patients.It’s simple.
We as patients want our kidneys to last as long as possible, and we want to live longer and better lives. We want a cure, but if we can’t get a cure we want to slow the kidney disease progression to a snail’s pace.
That’s what we want and deserve. The problem is today’s kidney diets have nothing in common with our real goals. Traditional and other current kidney diets focus on treating just three conditions as we all know: sodium, phosphorus, and potassium.
However, most of us have many more comorbid conditions made worse by traditional kidney diets. We need to try and treat, cure or manage as many conditions as possible, not just three. You would never know you need treat other conditions or have other dietary options unless you get educated.
5. Low Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook: Over 100 Heart Healthy Recipes that Prep Fast and Cook Slow
Author: by Shannon Epstein
The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook puts flavor back into your slow cooker with tasty, heart-healthy recipes. From Cheese Grits to Turkey Chili to Mongolian Beefyou can use the convenience of your slow cooker to spice up your low-sodium diet. The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook makes it easy to enjoy time-saving meals that are high on flavor but low in sodium.
With 100 recipes that require only 30 minutes or less to prep, The Low-Sodium Slow Cooker Cookbook is your best reference to prep, set, and forget about bland recipes on a low-sodium diet. This low-sodium cookbook will keep your taste-buds and your heart happy with:Less Salt, and More Flavorful Recipes that use salt-free alternatives to keep the taste of your favorite familiar recipes, plus a guide on how to create your own seasoningsFast Prep that requires no additional steps and takes only 30 minutes or less to prepare for your slow cookerOver 100 Low-Sodium Cookbook Recipes accompanied by a sodium scale to help you manage how much sodium you consume on a daily basisLose salt, not flavor with convenient slow cooker recipes from this low-sodium cookbook.
6. The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook: Fuss-Free Recipes for Busy People on the Insulin Resistance Diet
Author: by Tara Spencer
Published at: Rockridge Press (April 10, 2018)
The easy way to take control of your PCOS symptomsThe Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook gives you fuss-free recipes to fight PCOS with an insulin resistance diet. Struggling with PCOS symptoms is already hard enough, but following an insulin resistance diet to alleviate them shouldn’t be.
That’s why Tara Spencer, a nutritionist specializing in PCOS who suffers from the condition herself, created The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbookto give busy PCOS fighters the easiest, most hassle-free recipes to eliminate symptoms. The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook helps readers prepare super simple meals using 5-ingredient recipesmany of which require only 30-minutes or less to make or just one potso that they take control of PCOS without wasting any time.
The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook features:125 Easy Recipes providing a mix of 5-ingredient recipes, 30-minute recipes, one-pot recipes, one-pan recipes, and no-cook recipesEasy-to-Find Ingredients using affordable, and easily found items from any grocery storeEssential Info on PCOS teaching you need-to-know information about changing your lifestyle and diet to feel betterLiving with PCOS isn’t easy, but changing your diet to manage symptoms can be with The Easy PCOS Diet Cookbook.
7. The Interstitial Cystitis Solution: A Holistic Plan for Healing Painful Symptoms, Resolving Bladder and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and Taking Back Your Life
Author: by Nicole Cozean
Fair Winds Press
Take Control of Your Interstitial Cystitis Treatment with this Comprehensive Guide! Interstitial cystitis (IC), also called painful bladder syndrome, is a complex bladder pain condition that can be confusing, frustrating, and debilitating. Successful treatment requires a multidisciplinary approach that often features a combination of medication, physical therapy, dietary and lifestyle changes, alternative medicine, and more.
The Interstitial Cystitis Solution has all the information you need, all in one place. It provides scientific reviews and evaluations of potential treatments, along with a helpful treatment plan tailored to your specific symptoms and lifestyle. The information is presented in an accessible way, with real-life examples from the author, who has treated hundreds of patients who have found relief from their symptoms with the holistic treatment plan outlined in this book.
This comprehensive guide allows you to take control of your healing and will restore sanity to the insane world of conflicting diagnoses, treatments, and advice.
8. PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed: Your All-In-One Guide to Eliminating PCOS Symptoms with the Insulin Resistance Diet
Author: by Tara Spencer
Manage PCOS with beginner recipes that give your body a boost. You’ve been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)now what? PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed is a way to help you feel better with food. It’s a complete starter guide that lays out the basics of living with PCOS and makes it easy to adopt an insulin resistance diet that eases symptoms naturally.
Author, personal trainer, nutritionist, and fellow PCOS patient Tara Spencer walks you through practical ways to cook and eat for insulin resistance with full recipes and meal plans. She also offers concise, user-friendly tips for exercise and managing your self-esteem during this difficult time.
PCOS Diet for the Newly Diagnosed includes:3 recipe typesEvery recipe is categorized as Fertility Boost, Lower Calorie, or Inflammation Fighteror all 3so you can adjust based on your own health goals. Daily worksheetsThe Gratitude and Habit Tracker sheets help you stay on track and see your progress over time.
Steps for successIncludes a 2-week meal plan with accompanying shopping lists, and detailed recipes featuring accessible, affordable ingredients. Learn to live a healthy, energetic lifestyle with PCOS, with this complete guide for the recently-diagnosed.
9. The Candida Cure: The 90-Day Program to Balance Your Gut, Beat Candida, and Restore Vibrant Health
Author: by Ann Boroch
Foreword by David Perlmutter, MD, author of Grain BrainThe cult-classic health book, now revised and updated with a quick start cleanse, easy recipes, and more. It’s not news that Americans are sicker than ever. Seventy million of us suffer from digestive problems like acid reflux, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), or gastro esophageal reflex disorder (GERD).
Another forty million have been diagnosed with anxiety and/or depression and a staggering fifty million Americans live with an autoimmune disease. But what is newsworthy is that all of these conditions share a common thread you’ve probably never heard of: candida.”Candida” is the term for a group of yeast organisms that have lived in our digestive tract for millennia, in harmony with the other thousands of bacteria, viruses, and archaea that make up our microbiome.
But due to poor diets, processed foods, overuse of antibiotics, environmental toxins, and increased stress, our microbiome has been under steady and constant attack for decades. Yeast are of a heartier stock than bacterial microbes, and as bacteria die off, yeast begins to overgrow in the digestive tract, a condition known as candidiasis.
10. Between the Hips: A Practical Guide for Women
Author: by Dr. Megan Rorabeck
Have you ever wondered if your bladder and bowel habits are really normal? Did you know that pelvic pain is quite treatable? Would you like to learn how to achieve phenomenal orgasms? Most women have never been taught this paramount information, so they were left feeling hopeless…Until now!
Between the Hips offers the solutions you’ve been missing. In this compassionate and personal illustrated guide, Dr. Megan Rorabeck crushes common pelvic health myths from adolescence to elderhood, and she offers practical solutions to make sure you get the help and relief you truly need and deserve.
An annotated outline for this guide includes: Introduction: Gone are the days when women had to accept their pelvic health symptoms as normal just because they had a baby, got older, or were plagued with female trouble. With this book, there will be no more taboos or secrets about their bodiesonly solutions.
The Pelvic Girdle: This anatomy lesson is unlike any other; you will finally feel in-the-know about your lady bits. When Your Pelvic Support System Fails: Learn the lowdown of what could be hanging low down there with pelvic organ prolapse and just what to do about it.
11. A Headache in the Pelvis: The Wise-Anderson Protocol for Healing Pelvic Pain: The Definitive Edition
Author: by David Wise Ph.D.
Harmony (May 22, 2018)
Based on the gold-standard nondrug, nonsurgical Wise-Anderson Protocol for treating chronic pelvic pain, A Headache in the Pelvis is the definitive resource for anyone suffering from pelvic pain. Pelvic pain afflicts millions of men and women and goes by many names, including pelvic floor dysfunction and prostatitis.David Wise, Ph.D., searched for relief for his pelvic pain for more than 20 years.
After researching medical journals and performing outside-the-box self-experimentation, he found a way to resolve his symptoms. He then joined forces with Stanford urologist Dr. Rodney Anderson in the mid-1990s, and together they treated patients and did research on what is now called the Wise-Anderson Protocol.
Often incorrectly diagnosed, debilitating, and disruptive, pelvic pain is correlated with psychological distress. Using a holistic treatment integrating physical therapy and meditative relaxation, this book guides you through understanding your pain, why conventional treatments haven’t worked, and describes the details of the physical and behavioral protocol that can help to heal the painful pelvic floor.
12. Dr. Sebi Alkaline Diet: Detox, Nutrition and Female Health (Dr. Sebi Diet and Cookbooks – Dr. Sebi Books Series)
Author: by Imani Johnson
As a woman you are coded for power, and the journey to realizing the fullness and beauty of that power your Wild Power lies in the rhythm and change of your menstrual cycle. The menstrual cycle is a vital and vitalizing system in the female body, yet our understanding of and respect for this process is both limited and distorted.
Few women really know about the physiology of their cycle, and many do not see it as an integral part of their health and wellbeing, let alone as a potential guide to emotional and spiritual empowerment. Wild Power tells a radical new story about feminine power.
It reveals: Your inner architecture and the path to power that is encoded in your body How to tune in to the rhythm and changes of your menstrual cycle to realize the fullness and beauty of your authority Three maps’ to guide you through the energies, tasks and challenges presented as you journey through each cycle How to work with your Inner Seasons to pace your energy, calm your nervous system and gain insight into your overall wellbeing How to work with your cycle to channel spiritual forces, affirm your expression in the world and achieve a deep sense of belongingWritten with humour, tenderness and practicality, and packed with women’s stories and quotes throughout, Wild Power will restore women to wholeness and reinstate the full majesty and grace of the Feminine.
14. Strange Bedfellows: Adventures in the Science, History, and Surprising Secrets of STDS
Author: by Ina Park
“Joyful and funny … Park uses science, compassion, humor, diverse stories and examples of her own shame-free living to take the stigma out of these infections.” The New York TimesWith curiosity and wit, Strange Bedfellows rips back the bedsheets to expose what really happens when STDs enter the sack.
Sexually transmitted diseases have been hidden players in our lives for the whole of human history, with roles in everything from World War II to the growth of the Internet to The Bachelor. But despite their prominence, STDs have been shrouded in mystery and taboo for centuries, which begs the question: why do we know so little about them?
Enter Ina Park, MD, who has been pushing boundaries to empower and inform others about sexual health for decades. With Strange Bedfellows, she ventures far beyond the bedroom to examine the hidden role and influence of these widely misunderstood infections and share their untold stories.
Covering everything from AIDS to Zika, Park explores STDs on the cellular, individual, and population-level. She blends science and storytelling with historical tales, real life sexual escapades, and interviews with leading scientistsweaving in a healthy dose of hilarity along the way.
15. Renal Diet Plan and Cookbook: The Optimal Nutrition Guide to Manage Kidney Disease
Author: by Susan Zogheib
The optimal diet to help manage kidney disease and aid in preventing dialysis. Adjusting your diet is one of the easiest steps you can take to help alleviate the symptoms of kidney disease and avoid dialysis. This is the ultimate renal diet cookbook, including recipes, meal plans, and cooking tips to help you slow down the progression of chronic kidney disease.
Created by registered renal dietician Susan Zogheib, the recipes in this renal diet cookbook are designed for stage 1-4 kidney disease patients. These meals are meant to keep your potassium, sodium, and phosphorous levels in checkwithout sacrificing flavor or fun.
Choose from dishes like Strawberry Cream Cheese Stuffed French Toast, Baked Mac and Cheese, Herb Pesto Tuna, and more! This Renal Diet Cookbook Features:Nutrition facts at-a-glanceEvery recipe includes the calories, protein, sugar, sodium, fat, and phosphorus content right on the page.
Healthy cooking techniquesLearn to bake, broil, grill, steam, stir-fry, and poach to cut down on salt and fat without giving up your favorite foods. 3 styles of 4-week meal plansGet started with 4 full weeks of planned meals, sorted by low sodium, low protein, and low fat, so you can easily pick the recipes that are best for you.
16. Coping with Kidney Disease: A 12-Step Treatment Program to Help You Avoid Dialysis
Author: by Mackenzie Walser
A revolutionary program that can indefinitely postpone the need for dialysis If you’ve been diagnosed with kidney failure, this book could save your life. If you suffer from diabetes, hypertension, obesity, or any of a host of conditions that put you at risk for kidney disease, you owe it to yourself to read what is in this book.
If you are among the 60,000 North Americans who go on dialysis each year, the information in this book could substantially improve your quality of life. In Coping with Kidney Disease, a leading expert tells you, in plain English, what you need to know to: * Understand kidney failure * Recognize early warning signs of kidney failure * Get a proper diagnosis * Talk with your doctors about it * Confidently evaluate treatment options * Take charge of your treatment * Delay dialysis or even avoid the need for it altogether The centerpiece of Coping with Kidney Disease is Dr. Walser’s revolutionary 12-step program for avoiding dialysis.
Based on treatments he has pioneered with his own patients at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the program calls for a supplemented low-protein diet supported by treatments to control blood pressure and correct high cholesterol. So effective has this breakthrough strategy proven to be that in many patients it actually worked to slow or arrest the progression of kidney failure to the end stage.Knowledge is power.