Encyclopedia of Nutritional Supplements

by Michael T. Murray (Author)

Editorial Reviews

From Library Journal
The companion volume to the Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine (see above) offers
detailed profiles of vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, and other
nutritional supplements. What sets this guide apart from similar works is the
impressive list of references for each entry (55 pages in total). An excellent buy.

Book Description
People of the nineties want empowerment over illness. And they've got it—if they
know the facts!

In his new book, Encyclopedia of Nutritional Supplements, naturopathic physician
Michael T. Murray guides readers through the often complex, conflicting
information regarding nutritional supplements. Each chapter profiles major
vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, nutrients, and glandular extracts,
including information on the following:

·deficiency signs / symptoms
·recommended dietary allowance
·beneficial effects
·available forms
·principal uses
·dosage ranges
·safety issues

Based on extensive scientific research, Encyclopedia of Nutritional Supplements
empowers readers to make educated decisions about which supplements to take for
health conditions including cancer, arthritis, depression, high cholesterol,
allergies, heart disease and more.

Product Details

Paperback: 576 pages
Publisher: Three Rivers Press; 1 edition (July 24, 1996)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0761504109



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