“A Milestone in the History of 21st Century Medicine” Dr Jonathan Wright MD

The result of thirty years of research by renowned authority on nutritional medicine, Dr. Alan R. Gaby

Nutritional Medicine is a textbook designed to teach healthcare practitioners how to use nutritional therapy as an alternative or adjunct to conventional medicine. Although the book is written for practitioners, it is also useful for educated members of the lay public who would like to be well informed regarding nutritional options for preventing and treating various health concerns.

Nutritional Medicine discusses more than 400 different health conditions and disorders. It also contains 60 chapters on individual nutrients (i.e., vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other therapeutic agents) including biochemical effects, clinical indications, signs and symptoms of deficiency, adverse effects, drug interactions, nutrient interactions, and dosage and administration. Chapters on fundamentals of nutritional medicine (including dietary fundamentals, food additives, reactive hypoglycemia, food allergy, “sub-laboratory” hypothyroidism, and candidiasis) are also included.

With more than 900,000 words (about 11 times the size of an average-size book) and over 15,000 references to the scientific literature, Nutritional Medicine is a foundational cornerstone and should be on the desk of every healthcare practitioner.

“I have been waiting for this textbook for over 20 years! Dr. Gaby’s understanding of the clinical application of nutrition is unparalleled. I have been learning from him for more than three decades and treasure the opportunity to learn more.”
– Joseph E. Pizzorno, ND. Editor-in-Chief, Integrative Medicine, A Clinician’s Journal; Co-Author, Textbook of Natural Medicine; Founder, Bastyr University

KIIMA members get discount when purchased direct from KIIMA (contact Cathy Leet).

Electronic version also available with the discount.



Textbook of Natural Medicine


Fourth Edition
By Joseph E. Pizzorno and Michael T. Murray

Now in its fourth edition, this single volume is the gold standard in science-based natural medicine. Covering preventative, non-invasive and natural treatments, it promotes an integrative practice that can utilize natural medicine, conventional Western medicine or a combination of both in a comprehensive plan fully supported by research. Based on a combination of theory, naturopathic philosophy and clinical studies, this book helps the practitioner provide health care that identifies and controls the underlying causes of disease, is supportive of the body’s own healing processes, and is considerate of each patient’s unique biochemistry.

1916 pages

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Also available on Amazon, or you may want to start with the Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine 3rd edition by Joseph Pizzorno same author.