100 Super Supplements for a Longer Life

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McGraw Hill Professional, Nov 22, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 448 pages
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Although humans can't live forever, life can be prolonged by paying more attention to diet, lifestyle, exercise, and the supplements that are the cornerstone of today's modern medicine. 100 Super Supplements for a Longer Life highlights the many vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids, phytonutrients, and other natural substances that are being used to prevent and/or treat heart disease, stroke, cancer, high blood pressure, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, aging, and other debilitating illnesses. The book includes the most up-to-date information from medical journals, scientific symposia, and other resources from around the world.

 

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Contents

Iron
202
Isoflavone
208
Kava
212
7Keto DHEA
215
Lactobacillus Acidophilus
218
Lecithin
223
Lemon Balm
227
Licorice
230

CMED100
34
Calcium
36
Canola Oil
42
Capsaicin
45
Carnitine
48
Cats Claw
53
Chondroitin Sulfate
57
Chromium
60
Cis9Cetyl Myristoleate CMO
65
Conjugated Linoleic Acid CLA
67
Copper
71
CoQIO
76
Cranberry
81
Creatine
83
Curcumin
88
DHEA
91
DLPA
96
Echinacea
98
EsterC
102
Evening Primrose Oil
105
Feverfew
109
Fiber
112
Fish Oil
118
Flaxseed and Flaxseed Oil
124
Flower Pollen Extract
128
Folic Acid
131
Fructooligosaccharides FOS
137
Garlic
140
Ginger
145
Ginkgo Biloba
148
Ginseng
153
Glucosamine Sulfate
157
Glutamine
161
Glutathione
166
Golden Root
171
Goldenseal
174
Grape Seed Extract
177
Green Tea
180
5HTP
185
Horse Chestnut
188
Huperzine A
191
IP6
194
Ipriflavone
199
Lutein
234
Lycopene
239
Magnesium
242
Maitake
248
Manganese
252
Melatonin
256
Milk Thistle
260
MSM
263
NAcetylcysteine NAG
266
NADH
270
Olive Leaf Extract
273
Pantothenic Acid B5
276
Phosphatidylcholine PC
279
Phosphatidylserine PS
282
Pine Bark Extract
285
Pyruvate
290
Quercetin
293
Red Clover
296
Red Wine
300
Red Yeast Rice Extract
304
SAMe
307
Saw Palmetto
312
Selenium
316
Shark Cartilage and Shark Liver Oil
322
St Johns Wort
327
Tea Tree Oil
331
Turmeric
335
Vanadium
339
Vitamin A
343
Vitamin Bx Thiamine
348
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin
352
Vitamin B3 Niacin
356
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine
360
Vitamin B12
367
Vitamin C
372
Vitamin D
378
Vitamin E
384
Vitamin K
391
Wheat
395
Yohimbine
398
Zinc
401
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Frank Murray has written and cowritten 36 books on health and nutrition, including The Big Family Guide to All the Minerals. He is senior editorial advisor for Let's Live and GreatLife magazines and former editor of Better Nutrition magazine.

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