Support the Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia with the purchase of Dr George Samra’s books
Being a charitable self-funded organisation by fee paying members, the Hypoglycemic Health Association of Australia is always strapped for money.
The publishers of Dr Samra’s books, One Stop Allergies, has offered to donate any profits made from the sale of his two nutritional books, described below, to our Association, when ordered via the internet. Members of the Association thank Dr Samra for his generous donation and support to our organisation.
You can help the Association by purchasing his excellent books by completing the Book Order Form and sending it with the required moneys in US or AU dollars to:
One Stop Allergies
PO Box 394
Kogarah NSW 2217
Dr George Samra is a medical graduate from Sydney University. His special interest in nutrition developed after assessing and treating prisoners on parole, particularly recurrent offenders. In many cases nutrition was the key that ended the wasteful cycle of crime and imprisonment for these patients.
Dr Samra also holds a Fellowship with ACNEM (Australian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine). He is well known to doctors in the field of nutritional medicine and has special interest in all aspects of allergies, hormonal medicine, nutrition and environmental medicine.
He is the Patron of the Australian Hypoglycemic Health Association and has been on regular talk-back radio, is a senior lecturer with ACNEM and lectures regularly to Medical Practitioners as well as various charity and community organisations. Dr Samra has successfully treated thousands of patients with his sensible and simple approach to diet.
His two books are:
The Hypoglycemic Connection II
Hypoglycemia is low blood sugar (or glucose). The part of the body affected most by Hypoglycemia is the brain. Hypoglycemia can therefore effect both mood and energy.
Hypoglycemics are tired people. They are moody and they get down and depressed at time without any cause. They have trouble concentration and may feel that their memory is slipping. Most admit to having a sweet tooth.
This is a book about a very real illness, Hypoglycemic disease. This is a disease most medical textbooks have forgotten. It is presented in a way that makes it easily understood. This book outlines the step by step processes by which good health may be restored.
- 10 New Topics
- 9 New Chapters
- Including chapters on weight loss, practical tips, avoiding diabetes, more recipes, allergies, hormones, CFS, yeast problems, Glycemic Index, Syndrome X, web sites and more.
Allergy Connection: featuring the Food and Disease Paradigm
Allergies are common. Allergies are common in chronic illness and for the most part allergies have a predictable pattern. The Food and Disease Paradigm attempts to make both doctors and patients aware of the role of food and other allergies in the management of their illness.
Over 90% of asthma sufferers are allergic to dust mite, which is a microscopic insect living in dust. Dust mite allergy can be easily tested. It seems wrong that doctors juggle drugs, puffers and sprays, nebulisers when treating asthma and neglect to teach the sufferer how to improve their environment, particular their bedroom, in order to minimize exposure to this prevalent asthma trigger.
Similarly the vast majority of headaches and migraine sufferers are sensitive in varying degrees to chocolate, oranges and peanuts.
Eliminating diets have been tried by researchers on vast number of patients suffering different chronic illness such as arthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, eczema, colitis, migraines, psoriasis and even more. Elimination diets are simple low allergy diets with usually just 20 foods. Improvement rates in medically controlled trials vary from between 40 to 100%. In one trial in 1984, 100% of 23 rheumatoid arthritis patients improved on an elimination diet. What this is really saying and very loudly is that food is the major factor in chronic illness and is involved in somewhere between 40 to 100% of cases.
A paradigm is a shift in one’s thinking. The Food and Disease Paradigm is a new way of thinking about chronic illness whereby there is a pattern of foods which relates to disease symptoms. A computer program was developed called CWASQ and this program was able to be used to define the common offending foods with each condition. For every food avoidance this book discusses useful alternative foods. Case histories are reviewed and discussed with each condition. The Allergy Connection may be used to help your condition and possibly even cure it. One can use this book to help friends and family.
- Featuring The Food and Disease Paradigm
- Eat right for weight loss, asthma, arthritis, eczema, colitis, hypertension, migraine, psoriasis, fatigue and depression.