This book is very informative.
I've been "researching" supplements for a long time, too, but I've come away with a different interpretation of whether or not they will work as advertised.
I have been ordering my vitamins and nutritional supplements from these folks, because, like Mindell, there is solid documentation given for their various products.
This book is very informative. I enjoy reading all the information in it.Published 1 month ago by Rosey
Good reference; but the author could have expanded on the varied benefits of some of these suppliments, particularly with regard to uses in the Natural treatment of cancer.Published 3 months ago by JJ
Its seems every supplement has a positive side. I feel it exaggerates many of the benefits. It is good for reference but do not take the reviews verbatim. Read morePublished 6 months ago by greg hutto
I bought an earlier edition of this "bible" nearly20 years ago. I loved it then and I love it even more now. Lots of GREAT information!Published 12 months ago by Midwestmarykay
This book is helpful. Since I have it, I don't use it as much, because I find a lot of information on line.Published 22 months ago by Jeanetta VC
If you doubt this page is filled with fake reviews then try to contact the so-called Mindell Vitamin Company. You won't be able to. Read morePublished on June 15, 2012 by Avô
I have found the recommendations found in this book to be really helpful in my weight training endeavors. Read morePublished on May 9, 2008 by Jesse Bartlett
So "Dr." Mindell has a phony degree from a phony school, Pacific Western University. Go check it out on Google or Wikipedia even and you will find out the "school" is on the... Read morePublished on December 6, 2007 by RatBoi