Sarah Brewer - Little, Brown Book Group

Sarah Brewer



Dr. Sarah Brewer is a recognised expert on sensible supplementation and a respected health journalist. She is the author of over 30 popular health books.
Piatkus

222 Ways to Trick Yourself to Sleep

Kim Jones
Authors:
Kim Jones

'Wide ranging, backed by science and research, informative and easy to understand, this is a great book for the sleep-deprived' Lisa Artis, The Sleep CouncilWhen was the last time you had a proper night's sleep?In today's fast-paced, non-stop world, research by the UK's Sleep Council has found that almost a third of us don't get enough sleep most nights. Insomnia can wreak havoc on everyday life - leaving us feeling exhausted, irritable and unwell. Lack of sleep has also been linked to a whole host of long-term chronic conditions including Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure, obesity and depression.But don't despair - help is at hand! This book is packed with easy to read and simple to follow tips, as well as some weird and wonderful tricks, all gathered from expert scientific research, that will help you fall asleep and stay asleep. You may be surprised to learn that everything from having a purpose in life to warming your feet, from what you eat through the day to how you breathe, from how much time you spend outdoors to reframing your thoughts and mindset can all help you get a better night's rest.A good night's sleep can help change your life for the better, and this book will help you to achieve it.

Robinson

The Daily Telegraph: Complete Guide to Allergies

Pamela Brooks
Authors:
Pamela Brooks

These days an ever increasing number of people are developing allergies in many different forms, such as skin rashes, breathing difficulties and even overwhelming tiredness. The reasons for these allergies are very varied - environmental pollution, food additives and pollen are a few of the more common ones.This guide offers three invaluable approaches: first, allergic symptoms are listed and cross-referenced to known allergens and suitable tests to discover which really is the cause; second, if you know you suffer from a particular allergy such as hayfever, you can go straight to that section for advice, and third, the A-Z of allergens gives specific advice on testing to find out whether you do have an allergy to that substance, and if so, how best to avoid it in everyday life.

Robinson

The Daily Telegraph: Encyclopedia of Vitamins, Minerals& Herbal Supplements

Sarah Brewer
Authors:
Sarah Brewer

A bewildering range of vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements are now available, but legislation means that information about their health benefits cannot be given on packaging as it would constitute a health claim. Using a A - Z format Dr Sarah Brewer's guide details everything you need to know about the main vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements. It describes their benefits, possible side effects and contra-indications, together with research evidence to back their effectiveness.The second half of the book deals with over 150 individual health problems, including irritable bowel syndrome, menopause symptoms, chronic fatigue and arthritis, and suggests which supplements are likely to help.

Piatkus

Natural Approaches To Diabetes

Sarah Brewer
Authors:
Sarah Brewer

Diabetes is one of the world's fastest growing health problems. Over 135 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes, and estimates suggest that the number will double within the next twenty years. In the UK alone, sufferers are estimated at 1.4 million, with another possible 1 million yet to be diagnosed. Diabetes can lead to other very serious illnesses.The good news? With the right dietary measures it is possoble to lower your risk of contracting diabetes, control diabetes and eradicate some types altogether.Whether you have Metabolic Syndrome (the forerunner of diabetes) or Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, following this nutritional approach can help you successfully manage the disease. Discover: how to avoid contracting diabetes; all you need to know about the causes and triggers; the drug treatments available; low carbohydrate diets; effective dietary supplements and herbal extracts; and much more.

Robinson

The Essential Guide to Vitamins, Minerals and Herbal Supplements

Sarah Brewer
Authors:
Sarah Brewer

A bewildering range of vitamin, mineral and herbal supplements is now widely available to us all, but information about their health benefits cannot be given on the packaging as it would constitute a health claim. In this jargon-free guide leading expert on sensible supplementation, Dr Sarah Brewer, sets out all you need to know about the main supplements, and suggests which to take for specific health problems. It includes:A-Z guide to 150 supplements for a brighter and healthier life.Clearly explains the benefits, possible side effects and contraindications.Thoroughly sets out the research evidence to back their efficacy.Recommends supplements for common problems such as IBS, chronic fatigue, recurrent candida and arthritis.Packed with clear and concise answers, this essential guide explains the use of supplements to maintain or improve your daily health.