PDR for Nutritional Supplements

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Medical Economics Company, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 575 pages
Science based research on hundreds of nutritional supplements including vitamins, minerals, probiotics, amino acids and more. Includes convenient indexes listing the supplements in a variety of ways -- Supplement Name Index; Indications Index; Side Effects Index; Supplement Category Index; Interactions Index; Supplement Manufacturer Index; and a Visual Identification Section. Each entry provides: Scientific and common name of each supplement; chemical and physical attributes, including chemical structure; indications and usage; complete review of the supplement's pharmacology including pharmacokinetics; research summary; precautions, adverse reactions and contraindications; interactions with other supplements, drugs, food, alcohol and herbs; dosage and administration; the most comprehensive literature citations. 700 pages.

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Brand Name Index 111
Lists the monographs by customary uses of the nutrient
Lists problem combinations by both the name of the nutrient and the name of the interacting agent Drug herb and food

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