In this concise Users Guide, Michael Janson describes the best nutritional and herbal supplements for preventing and reversing heart disease. Some of these supplements, such as coenzyme Q10 and hawthorn, many be less well known than others, but they are still powerful, natural health-promoting substances. Dr. Janson also provides clear guidelines for how to use these supplements safely.
Dietary supplements are estimated to be used regularly by almost 60% of the American population, and over 300 million people worldwide. An important and ever-growing portion of this market is in botanical supplements that are derived from natural plants. Natural, however, does not necessarily mean safe, and although plants can provide health-essential and health-improving nutrients they can also provide toxic compounds. While the use and sales of botanical supplements continues to expand rapidly, scientific understanding of the efficacy and safety of these products remains limited.
The Pulitzer Prize Archive presents for the first time an extensive history of this award from its beginnings to the present. In the volumes of parts A to E the awarding of the prize in each category is documented, commented and arranged chronologically. The jury reports are printed completely in the supplements. The volumes of part F cover the history of the prize biographically and bibliographically. The supplement volumes of part G provide the background to the individual decisions.
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