ACNEM does not stock or sell books. The six books below are recommended reading for the ACNEM Primary Modules in NEM. For a complete list of recommended books and supplier details see booklist.
Good Health in the 21st Century - A Family Doctor's Unconventional Guide
By Carole Hungerford. 544 pages
An authoritative book that clearly explains the true cause of the ever-increasing numbers of people diagnosed with Western World diseases. Revised edition.
Herbs and Natural Supplements (3rd Edition)
By Lucy Braun and Marc Cohen. 1221 pages
Evidence-based guide on 120 most popular herbs, nutrients and food supplements used across Australia and New Zealand.
General Practice - The Integrative Approach
By Kerryn Phelps & Craig Hassed. 956 pages
This book takes a contemporary, integrative approach to the diagnosis, investigation, prevention and management of disease states encountered in General Practice.
A Guide to Evidence-Based Integrative and Complimentary Medicine
By Dr Vicki Kotsirilos, Dr Luis Vitetta & Professor Avni Sali. 956 pages
The book covers non-pharmacological treatments for common medical practice problems. Designed for general practitioners, specialists, medical students & health practitioners with an interest in integrative medicine.
Clinical Guide to Nutrition and Dietary Supplements in Disease Management
By Professor J Jamison. 790 pages
A contemporary approach to principles of nutritional therapy and herbal treatments.
Encyclopaedia of Healing Foods
By Dr M Murray & Dr J Pizzorno. 904 pages
Discusses an ever-growing appreciation of the role of diet in determining our level of health.