Clinical nutrition

Clinical nutrition

The use of diet and nutritional supplements as a way to enhance health prevent disease.
Mentioned in: Naturopathic Medicine
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NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-25 July 2007-Scandinavian Clinical Nutrition acquires Danish research and export company Nordic Phytopharma A/S(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 82: 493, 627, 636, 2005
A similar group of children that received regular iodized salt didn't show any change in hemoglobin concentration or anemia incidence, the team reports in the October American Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
549-555; European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1994, Vol.
International consulting, scientific and clinicalresearch company Naturalpha is launching its Clinical Nutrition Center (CNCN) based in Saint-Vincent de Paul, a major hospital in Lille, France.
In the March American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Holick quantifies this effect: Fair-skinned people who sunburn easily and rarely tan need just 2 to 10 percent as much sun exposure to produce a unit of vitamin D as do people with the darkest skin.
451-458; American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 2000, Vol.
Lieberman served on the American Preventive Medical Association board and established two fully accredited masters programs in clinical nutrition (University of Bridgeport and New York Chiropractic College).
The researchers report in the September American Journal of Clinical Nutrition that blood concentration of vitamin D directly correlated with leg strength and function in these people.
1233-1239; European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 7999, Vol.

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