Orthomolecular Medicine for Everyone: Megavitamin Therapeutics for Families and Physicians: Easyread Edition
Recently, interest in nutritional medicine and how to use it properly has increased enormously, and many people are already taking supplemental vitamins in larger than standard dietary doses. Orthomolecular medicine believes that the basis for health is good nutrition. It uses nutrients and normal (''ortho) constituents of the body in optimum amounts as the main treatment.
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What Is Orthomolecular Medicine?
The Use of Food Supplements
Niacin Vitamin B3
Vitamin C Ascorbic Acid
The Other B Vitamins and Vitamin A
Other Important Nutrients
The Aging Brain
Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders
Epilepsy and Huntingtons Disease
Allergies Infections Toxic Reactions Trauma Lupus and Multiple Sclerosis
Finding Reliable Information on Orthomolecular Medicine
Treatments for Specific Ailments
OTHER WORKS BY THE AUTHORS
About the Authors
Back Cover Material
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