From the April 2001 Issue of Nutrition Science News
Lower immunity, reduced antioxidant protection
Edema, fatique, irregular heartbeat, muscle weakness
Dehydration, muscle weakness, loss of appetite, poor concentration
Anemia, increased cardiovascular disease risk, tiredness, weakness
The scientific basis for this information is from published studies using these drugs or drugs from the same pharmacological class. Advise customers to ask their doctor or pharmacist if any of their medications can cause nutrient depletions.
Reprinted with permission from Drug-Induced Nutrient Depletion Handbook (Lexi-Comp, 1999) 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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