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Natural Care Handbook: Vitamins & Minerals
Binding
Paperback
ISBN13
9781740332989
Pages
128
Released
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The intelligent person's guide to 50 key supplements, their properties and uses: essential reading for anyone wishing to make informed choices about their own health care.How vitamins and minerals work to keep you in good health * The special role of antioxidants * Bioflavonoids and other semi-essential nutrients * Why take supplements? * Choosing the combining supplements, including quality controls and precautions * How to assess your own supplement needs * Building a personal supplement programme * The best natural sources of vitamins and minerals * Ginseng, ginger, and other useful additions to your lifetime diet. Nutritional needs for all Australians at different life stages

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