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Synopsis: Drug Muggers is not just about medicine, it's primarily about nutritional deficiencies that cause health problems (often labelled as a disease). This could be the result of lifestyle choices, diet and medication. This book is packed with so much information in an easy-to-read format, it is a MUST if you are dealing with any type of health concern, or if you take medication. There is a ground-breaking chapter on drug-food interactions and another chapter on how you can pick the best supplement. Suzy gives you insider information on what to look for, what to avoid and how pretty labels mean nothing when the vitamins inside come up short. Millions of people worldwide are taking medicine. This often means you are likely being robbed of essential nutrients because drugs can reduce your body's stores of vital life-sustaining nutrients.When a drug robs your body of a nutrient you will experience another effect of that drug, something you call a side effect. You probably didn't know that drugs could do that, but I bet you have experienced the drug mugging effect first hand. One example is with antibiotics...they are drug muggers for your normal intestinal flora and when they rob your gut of these 'friendly bacteria' you probably get diarrhea, cramps and nausea. Another example is with statin cholesterol drugs, like Zocor, Mevacor, Lipitor, Crestor, etc....when these medications mug your body of Coenzyme Q10, you get side effects like muscle aches, fatigue and cardiac problems in the long haul. That's because Co Q10 is found in your muscles (your heart is a muscle isn't it?) and so when these drugs mug Co Q10, your entire cardiovascular system and brain pay the price. Dozens of popular medications mug CoQ10, not just cholesterol busters. Women who take hormonal replacement drugs or birth control pills could be robbed of B vitamins (among other important nutrients) and this causes all sorts of problems including low thyroid, weight gain and depression. The list goes on and on. I have termed the nutrient depletion, the Drug Mugger effect. The information which I am sharing with you is rarely known by the public, but knowing it is very crucial to your health and well-being and it could save your life. One simple way to replenish nutrients is to eat a balanced diet that includes foods rich in vitamins and minerals, including leafy green vegetables, citrus fruits, grains, nuts, seeds and...if you like meat, grass-fed, hormone free meats. But sometimes eating doesn't do enough to offset the drug mugging effect, and supplementation of a particular nutrient becomes necessary.
About the Author: Suzy Cohen, RPh is a best-selling author, syndicated columnist and speaker. She has been a licensed pharmacist for 20 years and has experience in retail, hospital and geriatric settings. In 1999, she began writing her popular syndicated column, Dear Pharmacist which now reaches millions of people worldwide. Intregrating conventional and holistic wisdom gives Suzy a unique approach to health. She often lectures or does media for professional organizations and natural health groups and has been seen on many television networks including CNN, FOX and CBS. Samuel Cohen, DC has been a chiropractic physician for more than 2 decades and has seen over a hundred thousand patients. He has training in acupuncture, physical therapy and hands-on healing techniques. Dr. Cohen has taken care of many patients complaining of joint pain, muscle aches and headaches, often the result of drug muggers. By explaining this phenomenon to them, his patients have gained better health through nutritional supplementation and dietary changes.
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