Practitioner General Reading

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  • Clinical Reference Guide – Veterinary

    • Retail: $19.95

    An updated guide to the Standard Process product line. It provides information for each product formulation and indications for use from a functional and synergists model. In some cases the commentary from Dr. Lee’s close friend and confident John Courtney who directed research and development after Dr. Lee’s death.

    *Please note: Clinical books are only available for practitioners.

  • An Endocrine Handbook

    • Retail: $27.95

    A new and revised version of Dr. Harrower’s classic work which provides information on how Dr. Harrower applied his understanding of how to support the endocrine system so it assists in maintaining hormonal balance. Dr. Jeremy Kaslow provides over 30 pages of commentary regarding Harrower’s work in today’s setting. His comments and insights make this book a must for any practitioner interested in broadening his or her knowledge of the endocrine system.

  • Practical Endocrinology

    • Retail: $85.95

    Here you will find Dr. Harrower’s original text on the endocrine system. A compendium of most of the known information in the 1940s relating to the endocrine function. A “classic” volume that provides a thorough understanding of the endocrine system’s role in health and disease. This massive work  is not for the faint at heart, its truly a thesis on the endocrine system and its functions.

  • Mastering Nutrition with the Symptom Survey 2nd Edition

    • Retail: $35.95

    The Symptom Survey manual looks at signs and symptoms to help to better understand foundational nutrition or the root cause of a particular issue. This manual looks at the primary and secondary cause as well as giving a recommended nutritional protocol for support of that issue. This complete workbook consists of various sections, including a full description and commentary regarding symptoms, biochemistry and balancing nutrition, and additional information for using the Symptom Survey. Contemporary research and commentary for this manual is due largely to the contributions of Jeremy Kaslow, MD, Michael Dobbins, DC, Bruce Pacetti, DDS, Dan Newell, PhD, Leo Roy, MD, ND, Bruce West, DC, and Robert Peshek, DDS.

    *Please note: Clinical books are only available for practitioners.

  • Laboratory Interpretation Desk Reference Manual

    • Retail: $0.00

    The long awaited Desk Reference for Mastering Nutrition with Blood Chemistry!

    *Please note: Clinical books are only available for practitioners.

  • Mastering Nutrition with Blood Chemistry Quick Reference

    • Retail: $29.95

    This quick reference manual is just what the name implies a quick and easy reference manual in clinical nutrition. It provide lab values, protocols, clinical comments and dietary insights. 104 pages.

    *Please note: Clinical books are only available for practitioners.

  • An Introduction to Protomorphology

    • Retail: $6.95

    This pamphlet was transcribed from a lecture by Dr. Royal Lee. It was delivered to a meeting of physicians and dentists in April, 1956 for The American Academy of Applied Nutrition. Through Dr. Lee’s own words, he explains in very understandable terms the meaning of protomorphology and the nutritional benefits of protomorphogens.  This pamphlet should be your first read in the protomorphology series.  For those trying to understand the benefits of the use of protomorphogens, as well as the difference between whole desiccated cell products, this is an excellent place to start.

  • Food and Life, Excerpts – Agricultural Department 1939

    • Retail: $6.95

    Dr. Lee and the Lee Foundation encouraged all practitioners interested in nutrition to read this pamphlet. Food and Life was the yearly journal published by the American Agricultural Department.  This pamphlet is made up of excerpts removed from the journal in 1939, reflecting the agricultural department’s feeling about vitamin deficiencies and how it related to disease.  Unfortunately, after this publication was released the agricultural Department took a very different turn in what they published due to special interest groups.

  • A Fresh Look at Milk

    • Retail: $6.95

    A fresh look at milk by Dr Francis Pottenger is a easy and quick read excerpts published in 1962 from modern nutrition.  Dr. Pottenger uses his landmark work published in Pottenger’s Study as a basis for looking at the flaws in using pasteurized milk.  Dr. Pottenger in his original study opened our eyes to genetic disposition.  The Lee Foundation obtained permission to reprint this outstanding article.

  • Dr. Harrower’s Relationship of the Endocrine Glands chart

    • Retail: $12.95

    Excellent chart for the waiting room. Reveals the inner relationship of the endocrine system. Helps the practitioner relate the Symptom Survey score sheet and also how multiple hypo and hyper glands can be affected with the sugar handling. The more a patients can understand how the body is interrelated the better patient compliance. (Size: 11″ x 15″)