Dietary Supplements gives the latest clinical findings on the most commonly available vitamins, minerals and trace elements in food, and describes how they can benefit physical and mental health.
Accurate, trustworthy content based on clinical research and findings helps you find the information you need on everything from vitamins and minerals to other substances such as garlic and fish oils
Created for medical professionals, pharmacists, nutritionists and students working on nutritional healthcare, helping you advise your patients on the safe use of dietary supplements
updates per year
*based on average data in the last 12 months
This update contains revisions to Conjugated Linoleic Acid, Dehydroepiandrosterone, Dong Quai, Flaxseed oil, and Zinc.
This update contains revisions to Cetylated fatty acids, Chia seed, Chlorella, Choline, Cinnamon, and Fish oils.
This update contains revisions to Antioxidants, Carnitine, Carnosine, Chromium, Collagen hydrolysate, Copper and Cranberry.
This update contains revisions to Vitamins A, B6, B12, C, D, E, K, and the Guidance on Safe Upper Levels of Vitamins and Mineral Appendix.
This update contains revisions to Creatine, Chitosan, Chondroitin and Coenzyme Q10. The Carotenoids monograph was revised and split into the monographs: Beta-carotene, Lutein and Lycopene.
This update contains revisions to Brewer’s Yeast, Branched Chain Amino Acids, Calcium, Curcumin, Vitamin D, Zinc, and the Guidance on Safe Upper Levels of Vitamins and Mineral Appendix.
Probiotics and Prebiotic have also been revised and are now separate records.