The Side Effects Bible: The Dietary Solution to Unwanted Side Effects of Common Medications by Frederic Vagnini, M.D. and Barry Fox, Ph.D
Paperback: 576 pages
Publisher: Broadway (2005)
Fatigue, dry mouth, weight gain, nausea, liver damage, stroke, heart failure. Every year tens of millions of Americans suffer from such unwelcome consequences of over-the-counter
and prescription drugs. Most believe these side effects are the inevitable price they must pay for restoring health. But that is not the case. Drawing on cutting-edge scientific
research, The Side Effects Bible reveals that up to thirty percent of drug-induced side effects are caused because the drug saps the human body of essential vitamins and
minerals—everyday nutrients that can easily be replaced by following the simple, healthy dietary and supplement guidelines outlined in this first-of-its-kind reference guide. Even
minor deficiencies of necessary nutrients can bring on major difficulties, and The Side Effects Bible will tell readers what to eat for every drug they take.
A-Z Guide to Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition: Improve Your Health and Avoid Side Effects When Using Common Medications and Natural Supplements Together
by Alan R. Md Gaby (editor)
Paperback: 368 pages
Publisher: Three Rivers Press (2006)
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From the experts at Healthnotes, this revised and updated edition contains the newest information on thousands of drugs and supplements, based on studies published in the leading medical journals. Reliable and easy to use, this book is sure to become a trusted reference in your home.
MORE THAN 18,000 DRUG-HERB-VITAMIN INTERACTIONS
Find out about:
• Drugs that can deplete your body’s nutrients
• Supplements that can interfere with drug absorption
• Side effects of common drug-herb-vitamin combinations
• Supplements that can help your prescriptions work better
• Combinations that should never be taken together
The Essential Herb-Drug-Vitamin Interaction Guide: The Safe Way to Use Medications and Supplements Together by
Paperback: 624 pages
Publisher: Broadway (2007)
IF YOU DON’T KNOW THE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS OF MIXING HERBS, DRUGS, AND VITAMINS, YOU’RE PUTTING YOURSELF AT RISK.
Did you know that ...
Using echinacea to ward off a cold while you’re taking Tylenol can severely damage your liver?
Mixing kava kava and alcohol can be toxic?
If you’re diabetic and you take Panax ginseng, you can dangerously lower your blood sugar levels?
Drinking green tea can lead to false-positive results for some forms of cancer?
Taking St. John’s wort while you’re on birth control, prescription antidepressants, or certain heart medications can be deadly?