PDR for Nutritional Supplements

By Hendler, Sheldon Saul & Rorvik, David M.

Publishers Summary:
Now healthcare professionals can have the facts at their fingertips with The PDR for Nutritional Supplements, the first comprehensive, unbiased source of solid, evidence-based information covering a full range of nutritional and dietary supplements. And in addition, a clinical research summary synthesizes all the published findings on each supplement. The PDR For Nutritional Supplements provides practitioners with the most current and reliable information to help them assist their patients in making more educated choices. This comprehensive volume will also help educate the consumer as to whether the many claims being made about hundreds of supplements are true, require more research, or are unsubstantiated. The latest figures show that 75% of Americans are currently using nutritional supplements on a regular basis. These include: · Vitamins · Minerals · Sports nutritional products · Amino acids · Probiotics · Metabolites · Hormones · Enzymes · Cartilage products For the first time The PDR for Nutritional Supplements puts these facts at your fingertips, providing a comprehensive, unbiased source of solid, evidence-based information on a full range of nutritional supplements. And in addition, a clinical research summary synthesizes all the published findings on each supplement. This unique feature will become invaluable to you for day-to-day use. The PDR for Nutritional Supplements provides the most current, most reliable information to help you help your patients make more educated choices.

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ISBN
978-1-56363-364-5
Publisher
Thomson Healthcare


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Reviewed on September 1, 2001

The large numbers of Americans currently supplementing their regimen with various vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients need a reliable, research-based source of information on these supplements. The authors of this latest entry in the "Physician Desk Reference" series are well qualified to provide such a source: Hendler, a biochemist and physician, is author of The Doctor's Vitamin and Mineral Encyclopedia, while science and medicine journalist Rorvik has written seve...Log In or Sign Up to Read More

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