Heinerman's encyclopedia of nature's vitamins and minerals

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Prentice Hall, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 398 pages
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Dr. Heinerman's Encyclopedia of Nature's Vitamins and Minerals, the latest in the renowned health researcher's best-selling health guides, reveals the wellness-enhancing properties of scores of vitamins and minerals, points you toward their best food sources, and gives you easy preparation tips and recipes. These breakthrough nutritional therapies - all of which can be obtained from foods purchased inexpensively and prepared quickly and easily - have been collected and compiled by Dr. Heinerman from all around the world. You'll discover how to harness the restorative power of scores of vitamins and minerals, including many elements - little known in the U.S. - that have gained widespread recognition for their health-giving properties in the Far East.

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Dr. Heinerman is an accomplished medical anthropologist and professional researcher. He has written more than sixty books on food and nutrition, with some of them selling more than a million copies. His knowledge about diet and food has been presented in various scientific papers at medical conferences and symposiums in Indonesia, Taiwan, Singapore, Germany, Denmark, and Great Britain. He received his training from Brigham Young University, the University of Indonesia (Jakarta) and Airlangga University (Surabaya).