Handbook of Preventive and Therapeutic Nutrition
This is a pocket guide to nutrition therapy for chiropractors. It provides the information needed to integrate nutrition therapy into health care practice. This reference provides clinical protocols for using nutrition in prevention and management, and quick information on vitamins and minerals. It also has methods for clinical assessment, patient and diet histories, and more.
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Pregnancy Lactation and Infancy
Free Radicals and Lipid Peroxidation
Lipid Biochemistry and Physiology
Vitamin Biochemistry and Physiology
Mineral Biochemistry and Physiology
Bibliography for Appendices AG
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