Table of Contents

Table of Contents to Nutritional Medicine, Second Editon

Part 1. FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE

1. Overview of nutritional medicine

2. Fundamentals of diet

3. Sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup

4. Food additives

5. Cooking and storage of foods

6. Reactive hypoglycemia

7. Food allergy

8. Hypothyroidism

9. Candidiasis (Candida-related complex)

10. Orthomolecular medicine

Part 2. THERAPEUTIC AGENTS
Introduction

Part 2. A. VITAMINS

11. Vitamin A

12. Beta-carotene

13. Thiamine

14. Riboflavin

15. Vitamin B3

16. Folic acid (folate)

17. Pantothenic acid

18. Vitamin B6

19. Biotin

20. Vitamin B12

21. Choline

22. Vitamin C

23. Vitamin D

24. Vitamin E

25. Vitamin K

Part 2B. MINERALS

26. Calcium

27. Magnesium

28. Potassium

29. Sodium

30. Iron

31. Zinc

32. Copper

33. Chromium

34. Selenium

35. Manganese

36. Iodine

37. Silicon

38. Boron

39. Molybdenum

40. Nickel

Part 2C. AMINO ACIDS

41. L-Arginine

42. L-Glutamine

43. L-Lysine

44. L-Methionine

45. Phenylalanine

46. Taurine

47. L-Tryptophan

48. 5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP)

49. L-Tyrosine

Part 2D. OTHER THERAPEUTIC AGENTS

50. Acetyl-L-carnitine

51. N-Acetylcysteine

52. Azelaic acid

53. Betaine

54. Carnitine

55. Coenzyme Q10

56. Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA)

57. Dietary fiber

58. Flavonoids

59. Selected herbal treatments

60. Inositol

61. Inositol hexanicotinate

62. Alpha-lipoic acid

63. Lutein and zeaxanthin

64. Lycopene

65. Melatonin

66. Omega-3 fatty acids

67. Omega-6 fatty acids

68. Pantethine

69. Para-aminobenzoic acid (PABA)

70. Probiotics

71. S-Adenosylmethionine (SAMe)

Part 3. CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE

72. Angina pectoris

73. Aortic aneurysm

74. Arrhythmias

75. Atherosclerosis and ischemic heart disease

76. Cardiac arrest

77. Cardiovascular risk factors: cholesterol

78. Cardiovascular risk factors: triglycerides

79. Cardiovascular risk factors: homocysteine

80. Cardiovascular risk factors: C-reactive protein

81. Cardiovascular risk factors: platelet aggregation

82. Other cardiovascular risk factors

83. Congestive heart failure and dilated cardiomyopathy

84. Hypertension

85. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

86. Intermittent claudication

87. Mitral valve prolapse

88. Myocardial infarction

89. Postural hypotension (idiopathic)

90. Raynaud’s disease/phenomenon

91. Stroke

92. Thrombophlebitis and deep vein thrombosis

93. Venous insufficiency and varicose veins

Part 4. PULMONARY DISEASES

94. Adult respiratory distress syndrome

95. Asthma

96. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

97. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis

98. Pulmonary hypertension

99. Other pulmonary disorders

Part 5. GASTROENTEROLOGY

100. Celiac disease

101. Colic

102. Constipation

103. Crohn’s disease

104. Diarrhea, chronic

105. Diverticular disease

106. Gallstones

107. Gastritis, chronic

108. Gastroesophageal reflux disease

109. Gastrointestinal symptoms (nonspecific)

110. Gastroparesis (delayed gastric emptying)

111. Hemorrhoids

112. Hypochlorhydria

113. Irritable bowel syndrome

114. Lactose intolerance

115. Non-ulcer dyspepsia

116. Pancreatitis

117. Peptic ulcer

118. Proctitis

119. Ulcerative colitis

120. Other gastrointestinal conditions

Part 6. LIVER DISEASES

121. Cirrhosis

122. Hepatitis

123. Liver transplant

124. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease

125. Primary biliary cirrhosis

Part 7. NEUROLOGY

126. Akathisia

127. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

128. Ataxia

129. Carpal tunnel syndrome

130. Cluster headache

131. Epilepsy

132. Headache (excluding cluster, migraine)

133. Huntington’s disease

134. Idiopathic facial paralysis (Bell’s palsy)

135. Infantile spasms (West syndrome)

136. Migraine

137. Multiple sclerosis

138. Narcolepsy

139. Parkinson’s disease

140. Peripheral neuropathy

141. Restless legs syndrome

142. Sciatica

143. Tardive dyskinesia

144. Tremor (essential)

145. Trigeminal neuralgia

146. Other neurological conditions

Part 8. RHEUMATOLOGY AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISORDERS

147. Ankylosing spondylitis

148. Behcet’s disease

149. Dermatomyositis

150. Fibromyalgia

151. Gout

152. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

153. Osteoarthritis

154. Polymyositis

155. Psoriatic arthritis

156. Rheumatoid arthritis

157. Scleroderma

158. Sjogren’s syndrome

160. Vasculitis

Part 9. MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS

161. Back pain

162. Herniated disc

163. Muscle cramps

164. Muscular dystrophy

165. Myopathies and muscle weakness

166. Osteoporosis

167. Soft-tissue injuries

168. Other musculoskeletal conditions

 

 

 

 

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Part 10. DERMATOLOGY

169. Acne vulgaris

170. Acrodermatitis enteropathica

171. Actinic keratosis

172. Alopecia

173. Brittle nails

174. Bullous pemphigoid

175. Chilblains

176. Dermatitis herpetiformis

177. Discoid lupus erythematosus

178. Dry skin

179. Eczema

180. Erythropoietic protoporphyria

181. Follicular hyperkeratosis

182. Furuncles

183. Herpes simplex

184. Herpes zoster

185. Ichthyosis

186. Insect repellents

187. Melasma

188. Pemphigus

189. Photosensitivity

190. Pressure sores

191. Pruritus

192. Psoriasis

193. Purpura

194. Rosacea

195. Seborrheic dermatitis

196. Stasis dermatitis and venous leg ulcers

197. Sunburn

198. Tinea (dermatophytosis)

199. Urticaria

200. Vitiligo

201. Warts

202. Wrinkles and photoaging

203. Other dermatological conditions

Part 11. RENAL DISEASES

204. End-stage renal disease

205. Glomerulonephritis

206. Hemolytic-uremic syndrome

207. IgA nephropathy

208. Kidney transplant

209. Nephrotic syndrome (idiopathic)

Part 12. UROLOGY

210. Benign prostatic hyperplasia

211. Erectile dysfunction

212. Interstitial cystitis

213. Kidney stones

214. Peyronie’s disease

215. Prostatitis

216. Urinary tract infection

217. Other urological disorders

Part 13. GYNECOLOGY

218. Amenorrhea

219. Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (cervical dysplasia)

220. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding

221. Dysmenorrhea

222. Endometriosis

223. Fibrocystic breast changes

224. Mastalgia

225. Menopause

226. Polycystic ovary syndrome

227. Premenstrual syndrome

228. Sexual dysfunction (female)

229. Vaginitis

230. Other gynecological disorders

Part 14. OBSTETRICS

231. Normal pregnancy

232. Pregnancy complications

233. Postpartum psychiatric illness

234. Birth defects

Part 15. PEDIATRICS

235. Breath-holding spells

236. Bronchopulmonary dysplasia

237. Growth retardation and short stature

238. Infant feeding

239. Infant respiratory distress syndrome

240. Necrotizing enterocolitis

241. Sudden infant death syndrome

242. Vitamin K prophylaxis

243. Other pediatric conditions

Part 16. OPHTHALMOLOGY

244. Cataract

245. Conjunctivitis

246. Glaucoma

247. Gyrate atrophy of the choroid and retina

248. Age-related macular degeneration

249. Night blindness

250. Optic neuropathy (toxic/nutritional)

251. Retinitis pigmentosa

252. Sicca syndrome

253. Uveitis

254. Visual acuity

255. Other ophthalmological conditions

Part 17. ORAL DISEASES

256. Aphthous ulcers

257. Burning mouth syndrome

258. Dental caries

259. Dry socket

260. Leukoplakia (oral)

261. Periodontal disease and gingivitis

262. Xerostomia

263. Other oral diseases

Part 18. OTOLARYNGOLOGY

264. Allergic rhinitis

265. Epistaxis

266. Hearing loss

267. Meniere’s disease

268. Olfactory dysfunction

269. Otitis media

270. Sinusitis

271. Taste disorders

272. Tinnitus

273. Vasomotor rhinitis

274. Vertigo

275. Other ear, nose, and throat conditions

Part 19. PSYCHIATRY

276. Addictions and substance abuse

277. Aggressive and violent behavior

278. Alzheimer’s disease

279. Anorexia nervosa

280. Anxiety

281. Attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

282. Autism and autism spectrum disorders

283. Bipolar disorder

284. Bulimia nervosa

285. Cognitive function

286. Dementia/cognitive decline

287. Depression

288. Dysthymia (persistent depressive disorder)

289. Intelligence

290. Obsessive-compulsive disorder

291. Panic attacks

292. Schizophrenia

293. Seasonal affective disorder

294. Other psychiatric disorders

Part 20. ENDOCRINE DISORDERS

295. Diabetes mellitus

296. Diabetic neuropathy

297. Graves’ disease

298. Hashimoto’s thyroiditis

299. Hypoadrenalism (adrenocortical insufficiency)

Part 21. HEMATOLOGY

300. Anemia

301. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency

302. Methemoglobinemia

303. Myelodysplasia

304. Myelofibrosis

305. Sickle cell disease

306. Beta-thalassemia

307. Thrombocytopenia

Part 22. INFECTIOUS DISEASES

308. Infectious disease: general principles

309. Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)

310. Clostridium difficile

311. Common cold

312. Gastroenteritis and acute diarrhea

313. Influenza

314. Tuberculosis

315. Other infectious diseases

Part 23. GENETIC DISORDERS

Introduction

316. Cystic fibrosis

317. Down syndrome

318. Hemochromatosis

319. Phenylketonuria

320. Other genetic disorders

Part 24. MISCELLANEOUS CONDITIONS

321. Anti-aging medicine

322. Athletic performance

323. Body odor

324. Burns

325. Cancer

326. Chronic fatigue syndrome

327. Critical illness and major trauma

328. Edema (idiopathic)

329. Fatigue (excluding chronic fatigue syndrome)

330. Infertility

331. Insomnia

332. Lymphedema

333. Obesity

334. Pain

335. Stress

Part 25. MODALITIES

336. Anesthesiology

337. Radiation therapy

338. Surgery

339. Detoxification

340. Intravenous nutrient therapy: Myers cocktail

341. Intravenous vitamin C

Part 26. DRUG-NUTRIENT INTERACTIONS

342. Drug-nutrient interactions

Appendix A. Allergy elimination diet

Nutritional Medicine is a milestone in the history of 21st century medicine.”

– Jonathan Wright, M.D.
Medical Director, Tahoma Clinic and Author
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