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Solve It with Supplements: The Best Herbal and Nutritional Supplements to Help Prevent and Heal More than 100 Common Health Problems

Friday, February 5, 2010, 11:01
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  • ISBN13: 9781579549428
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Product Description
Supplement solutions to a wide variety of health problems make this comprehensive, easy-to-use reference an indispensable addition to every home self-care library

The evidence is in: Herbal and nutritional supplements have the therapeutic power to help treat and prevent disease. But how does someone know which ones to take and in what amounts? The answers can be found in this authoritative reference, which presents the best supplements to prevent or heal more… More >>

Solve It with Supplements: The Best Herbal and Nutritional Supplements to Help Prevent and Heal More than 100 Common Health Problems

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5 Responses to “Solve It with Supplements: The Best Herbal and Nutritional Supplements to Help Prevent and Heal More than 100 Common Health Problems”

  1. N. Stout said on Friday, February 5, 2010, 12:06

    this is a very informing book I really like the way it helps with so many things
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Midwest Book Review said on Friday, February 5, 2010, 14:45

    SOLVE IT WITH SUPPLEMENTS: THE BEST HERBAL AND NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS TO HELP PREVENT AND HEALTH MORE THAN 100 COMMON HEALTH PROBLEMS gathers the latest facts on vitamins, minerals and herbs and the conditions they treat. From introductions on what supplements can do to how readers can choose the best products from the range of items available at a pharmacy or grocery, this is one of the most important surveys of supplement characteristics and functions in print – and a ‘must’ for both health libraries and general-interest reference collections.

    Diane C. Donovan

    California Bookwatch
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. David Cramer said on Friday, February 5, 2010, 16:07

    Robert A. Schulman, M.D. is well qualified to write on this important subject. I know that his knowledge is based on formal training, extensive research and continuous clinical experience.

    The clear format makes it easy to read and quickly find the information I am looking for. For example, the defined supplements listed by title in part two are further divided into subheadings “What It does”, “How It Works “, “How To Take It”, “Look Out For This” and “What To Avoid”. The medical issues in part three are briefly defined and the recommendations are divided into two sections, “What Should I Take” and “My Supplement List”.

    As an obstetrician and gynecologist, I can see referring to this source of information as I would other sources such as “Up To Date”, the “PDR” and “Drugs in Pregnancy and Lactation ” by Briggs, Freeman and Yaffee. As a point of criticism, or perhaps more so a point of recommendation, a quarterly or at minimum a semi annually update of his work is essential. Perhaps Dr. Schulman can post these changes on his web site. An example of this is the absence of the more current information on cervical dysplasia, such as HPV typing and the most current information on the HPV vaccine.

    This work has become a sorely needed reference for me. I keep it handy and use

    It frequently. I have purchased several copies to give as gifts to family members, close friends and colleagues.

    David. Cramer, D.O., F.A.C.O.G
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. M. Lemer said on Friday, February 5, 2010, 17:47

    I am absolutely convinced that herbs and supplements have improved my life. I try to do as much research as possible on my own to ensure that I am making healthy choices before taking a product. My own doctor usually tells me that he is not comfortable recommending products. I figured out long ago that I need to be my own best advocate. Dr. Schulman is the real deal. He combines the open-mindedness of someone who thoroughly believes in the importance of herbs and supplements with the scutiny of a research scientist. I feel a lot of confidence in the information he presents. I am grateful for this new book.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. S. Cremer said on Friday, February 5, 2010, 19:02

    This is the first really good book on the subject that I have seen which supplies both a disease based guide and a supplement by supplement guide as well. The author has made it easy to use for patients as well as heath care providers. We keep a cpoy in our physician office waiting room for patient reference. A true must for anyone interested in alternative health care options.
    Rating: 5 / 5

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