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5th Professional Edition


With all of the content of the Consumer Edition, this guide also offers additional insight into the science of supplementation.

At just CA$27.95, this larger edition also features updated product ratings and several new products that were not available when the Consumer Edition was published in 2013.

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Nutrients & Disease Prevention

Nutrients & Disease Prevention

supplements_250x251 NutriSearch is proud to provide Nutrients & Disease Prevention Reports, an extensive and growing library of scientific studies focusing on nutrients and disease prevention. Organized by disease and nutrient category, each report provides a summary of the most up-to-date scientific research validating the power of selected nutrients in the prevention and mitigation of our most common degenerative diseases.

Learn how coenzyme Q10, a common nutrient manufactured by the body - and one depleted by the aging process - plays such a key role in heart health; find out which nutrients have proven effective in reducing the risk of breast cancer; see evidence of how antioxidants prevent damage caused by oxidative stress and inflammation that can lead to Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia.

For those who demand, "Show Me the Science," these reports are a tangible example of the weight of scientific evidence supporting the use of selected nutrients in helping to reduce the risk of several chronic degenerative diseases.

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Our Mission

nutrisearch_logo_100x100NutriSearch's mission is to provide consumers with scientifically based information about dietary supplements, particularly multiple vitamin and mineral supplements, so they can choose the best supplement for their particular needs.

Included in that mission is the necessity of examining not only the nutrients included in a supplement, but also the balance of those ingredients, manufacturing practices, including testing, and other quality control concerns.
News Release, January 31, 2014

Is Vitamin E Really Good For Me?

NutriSearch receives many inquiries about media reports that vitamin and mineral supplements are not useful for disease prevention. Often, these media reports are simply misunderstandings of the science; other times, there appears to be a more insidious intent.

Recent reports of a study showing that vitamin E is not helpful, even harmful, are based on a study that seems designed to fail. The researchers conducted their study using only synthetic vitamin E, not natural vitamin E in all its forms.

The Orthomolecular Medicine News Service takes a look at why that matters in a January, 2014 News Release.


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