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  • ISBN 1572228237
  • ISBN13 978-1572228238
  • Language English
  • Author Inc. BarCharts
  • Publisher QuickStudy; Lam Crds edition (July 6, 2004)
  • Formats azw doc mobi docx
  • Category Nutrition and Health
  • Subcategory Nutrition
  • Size ePub 1879 kb
  • Size Fb2 1284 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 867

Diet, health and ailments can all be changed with some natural help. Everyone will find this guide useful to see what he/she might be lacking in nutrients and how they can be gained through food or supplements.


We’ve updated and expanded our popular Vitamins & Minerals study guide to ensure complete coverage of what you need for good long-term health.

We’ve updated and expanded our popular Vitamins & Minerals study guide to ensure complete coverage of what you need for good long-term health.

BarCharts-The worlds number one quick reference publisher of QuickStudy laminated reference guides, books, flash . Learn what natural resources and foods contain these vital vitamins and minerals and much more.

BarCharts-The worlds number one quick reference publisher of QuickStudy laminated reference guides, books, flash cards, posters and free digital guides. Now in a 3-paneled, premium tri-fold lamination layout, it's loaded with clear and concise information for better knowledge of one's personal diet and nutrition regimens.

It may have creases on the cover and some folded pages. Vitamins & Minerals (Quick Study Health) by Inc. BarCharts Misc. All items ship Monday - Friday within 2-3 bussiness days. It’s a proven fact that QuickStudy boosts students’ grades. Used along with the textbook and class notes, it’s the perfect equation for success

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Talk about Vitamins Minerals (Quick Study)


Nahelm
There is a lot to learn about vitamins and minerals, and opinions vary widely depending on who you ask. The Quick Study guide to vitamins and minerals is a good place to start your search for information. Three authors crammed a ton of information onto four sides of a page. With small print, they cover a lot of ground.

The guide contains three sections. The first section gives you what conditions a particular vitamin is good for, the signs of deficiency, normal dosage, typical sources, and toxicity symptoms. The next section gives suggestions for dealing with various conditions such as cardiovascular or gastrointestinal. And the last section gives details about interactions between vitamins, minerals, and prescription medicines.

I like that the guide is fairly detailed and comprehensive. It seems well laid-out and is visually appealing

Dislikes: It is so brief it's hard to get meaningful information out of it. For example, I know there are studies that show that selenium is associated with a reduced cancer incidence, and they do mention this briefly in passing, but to get a good understanding requires far more than this guide can provide. Also, the guide does not stay up to date; some of the recommendations are too low (like vitamin D) and others are too high (like vitamin A). For vitamin K they don't differentiate between K1 and K2, and they overlook many important benefits. They say a deficiency is rare except in newborns but I feel that is misleading advice. Nowhere do they say vegetarians ought to supplement with vitamin B12. Where is Coenzyme Q10? Resveratrol? Curcumin? Omega 3 fats? The list of quirks, flaws, and omissions is maddening.

But you have to start somewhere. For those who don't want to read a book or subscribe to Life Extension Magazine, this 4-page summary is a reasonable start. If you think of it as an invitation to explore further it's well worth the modest price.
Ceroelyu
A very good chart on vitamins
The Sinners from Mitar
thank you
crazy mashine
Great guide
Erennge
To small
Gaudiker
i recieved this today and read thru it. i have already learned quite a bit about vitamins minerals and so on before i bought this. i was thinking that it would be a quick reference as it stated and it IS, but, depending on your area of study, this chart is main stream and has contradictions in it that a serious hebalist/naturalist would likely understand. its laid out nicely and it does have some good info on it that i will use but there are things it recommends that i personally would never put into my body ever. i am also quickly learning that many authors on this subject have their own opinion and a deeper study is needed to find out whats 100% correct from a naturalist point of view.
if anyone knows where to find a chart like this that is geared more toward the naturalist, please let me know because this chart isnt it. my 2 cents thank you
Kajishakar
I am thankful for this well-formatted list. Although it does not include all important details, it does provide a brief "at-a-glance" reference for the vitamin and mineral sources along with their deficiency and toxicity symptoms, suggested dosages, therapeutic recommendations,and even a few drug interaction alerts. It is a bi-fold, four page chart, with more lists than I expected. It is definitely worth the cost.

However, an ERROR is under the POTASSIUM deficiency sympotoms. It states DECREASED blood pressure and it should be ELEVATED BLOOD PRESSURE. This is incredibly important! Often a person with hypertension has a sodium/potassium imbalance. However, instead of the doctor trying potassium therapy on the patient, the doctor will prescribe a blood pressure medication which also acts as a diuretic, further depleting the patient of more potassium and making the problem worse. The human body, with it's original diet consisting of potassium enriched foods and very little sodium, was designed to retain the sodium and to eliminate the potassium. With our canned and proccessed foods, humans now consume far too much sodium and this imbalance is very common.

ANOTHER IMPORTANT REVISION is needed: Under "High Blood Pressure", potassium should be added, and at the top of the list for the aformentioned reasons.
Very useful chart to use at a glance although this is small and not large, not 8x11
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