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A practical reference and teaching book of case studies for nutrition practitioners and other healthcare professionals, demonstrating how to apply the latest evidence-informed principles of personalized nutrition.

Covering a range of complex cases such as autoimmunity and inflammation, hormonal disruption, mental health concerns and more, this edited collection explains the most recent developments in nutrition science and how these can inform patient management. Complete with in-depth case histories, Q&As with the practitioner and explaining the clinical reasoning behind decisions, this is the most comprehensive guide to help put theoretical knowledge of personalized nutrition into practice.


An innovative and much anticipated book that for the first time presents a range of nutritional therapy practitioner case studies to demonstrate a person-centred, personalised approach that informed their nutrition interventions and the progress and outcomes for each of their clients. Each case is presented from the perspective of the practitioner and should provide a rich resource for nutrition students and professionals. As the field of personalised nutrition advances we would expect to see more books of this kind that continues to demonstrate application in clinical practice.
Kate Neil MSc (Nutritional Medicine), Managing Director Centre for Nutrition Education & Lifestyle Management

Personalized Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine for Healthcare Practitioners