Comparing Nutritional Supplements

Note from Jan: When I began looking for a top   quality nutritional supplement, the options were overwhelming.  This is one of the books that was helpful in making my decision.  If you would like to know more about how the supplement you are taking compares, please contact me.

COMPARATIVE GUIDE to NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS

by Lyle MacWilliam

Want to get an outsider’s overview on nutritional supplements before choosing one that is right for you?  Look no further.  Lyle MacWilliam’s book will give you an unbiased information and is a great start on your road to a healthy body.

 

Comparative Guide front cover

The NutriSearch Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements, Consumer edition (2011), celebrates the newly discovered importance of vitamin D – Nature’s “sunshine vitamin” – now heralded as one of nutrtitional medicine’s breakthroughs of the century. Author and biochemist, Lyle MacWilliam, reviews the Vitamin D story ,explains the newly discovered preventive powers of this unique vitamin/hormone, and details the incredible scientific evidence supporting its use in preventive medicine.

Based upon the analytical model used in the 2007 Professional edition and including enhanced Health Support criteria that incorprate the emergent scientific evidence on vitamin D, NutriSearch has reviewed over 1600 products sold throughout the United States and Canada. The 2011 Consumer’s Guide provides a simple, easy-to-understand explanation of the science of supplementation, along with the same detailed product analysis that you find in the Professional edition. Also featured in the 2011 Consumer guide is the NutriSearch Editors Choice Award for product excellence.

For those using the NutriSearch guides to educate and motivate their patients or customers about the value of supplementation, you will find the Consumer’s guide a perfect fit.

Click here to watch the United Airlines Inflight video about the Comparative Guide.