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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 Paperback – December 26, 2006
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ROBERT A. SCHULMAN, MD, is clinical assistant professor of rehabilitation medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University and the assistant attending physiatrist at the New York Cornell Medical Center. He also maintains a private practice in New York City, and his articles have appeared widely in medical journals.
CAROLYN DEAN, MD, ND, is a physician and certified dietitian-nutritionist specializing in the combined practice of medicine and nutrition. She collaborates with Andrew Weil, MD, on a monthly column called "Ask the Experts" in Natural Health magazine. She lives in New York City.
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One day, when, unusually, I did not wake up in a good mood, I critically surveyed my shelf of vitamins with a singularly jaundiced eye, like a crow, side to side. Hmmm, the better part of 200 bucks here. Also, regularly refreshed ie, money spent constantly like a little river flowing.
I am not rich, I have my AARP membership card and the curious phrase I found on the internet "expensive urine" caught my attention.
A got a good book here, IMHO, delivered for less than 9 dollars, written by real doctors rather than some pompous, charlatan PHD's or worse.
After 2 months of casual perusal of this book, I don't feel the worse for wear taking its advice as so written.
In fact, I feel better, even if only now, as when I urinate, I appreciate not frittering away my modest little life savings.
The price of the book has clearly already paid for itself in both health and mental advantage and savings to boot, in my humble estimation.
My two cents.
Enjoy, use or ignore my advice as you see fit.
Well done, Amazon
I would recommend this to anyone looking to know what kinds of vitamins they should be taking, how much, and what foods they could also get them from.