Drug Nutrient Depletions Potential Health Problems
Heart/blood pressure irregularities, osteoporosis, tooth decay
Asthma, cardiovascular problems, cramps, osteoporosis, PMS
Edema, fatigue, irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness
Dehydration, loss of appetite, muscle weakness, poor concentration. Note: Replacement not recommended (depletion due to therapeutic effect).
Reprinted with permission from Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion Handbook, 2nd edition (Lexi-Comp, 2001) by Ross Pelton, Ph.D., C.N.; James B. LaValle, N.D., C.N., D.H.M.; Ernest B. Hawkins; and Daniel L. Krinsky.
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