| Moderated By: E. Charters -- (Moderated) -- Started: 5/13/2003 10:13:13 PM Revision History |
Please share any experiences you've had (good or bad) with any vitamin or supplement.
If you have a specific question about a supplement, maybe somebody out there with experience will have an answer and be able help you.
If you post an article, please put the subject of the article in CAPS in the subject line. That will make articles and what they're about easier to search in past posts.
If you're interested in a topic and don't see it in the latest 40 posts, please search it out in the subject lines of earlier posts. It won't be perfect, but you might find the info you're looking for.
i'm going to include some links to a few sites.
lef.org The most complete site on the internet for information. An archived magazine index. Updated news articles, plus their own interpretation of the latest medical findings and how you can put it to use. Their supplements are priced competitively if you become a member. They claim all their supplements are pharmacutical grade.
life-enhancement.com Archived magazine and articles. Some products of theirs are unique, but most aren't priced as competitively as other companies.
swansonsvitamins.com Sawansons is cheap but i think iherb has become even more inexpensive.
iherb.com Another place to buy quality cheap supplements
bulknutrition.com The cheapest bulk aminos so far. not the range of products that jomar labs has though. Plus they have products other than aminos.
jomarlabs.com Bulk sales of amino acids and information on all the aminos
drugdigest.org Check interactions with drugs, supplements and even food.
supplementwatch.com "Supplement watch" takes an objective look at most supplements. Informative without going into a lot of detail. Might not be completely up to date on every supplement.
healthfinder.gov If you want a conservative counter balance to new information on supplements and health issues, this site will provide it.
vitalseek.com Claims that searches return information based on quality and relevancy. Plus, searches will turn up the smaller, topic relevant websites that google and other search engines will often miss. Beats Webmd and Dr.Koop.
supplementinfo.org LEF.org claims that "supplementinfo.org is a non-commercial web site that sells no products but provides accurate, science-based information to the public."
healthnewsdigest.com Current and breaking news on health, science & technology, medicine and the environment.
emedicine.com Is the largest and most current clinical knowledge base available to physicians and health professionals. Free registration for customized reports. And patient education for those with a current health problem.
nutritiondata.com Look up food by the nutients it contains.
websites to help diagnose and self treat minor medical problems (not meant to replace a doctor)
wrongdiagnosis.com (wrong diagnosis discusses the pitfalls of online and self diagnosis)
these websites supplied courtesy of E. Charters
vitamins-nutrition.org get the latest research on vitamins
db.ancient-future.net claims to list every vitamin known to man.
supplement-information-library.com Vitamin, Supplement, Enzymes, & Homeopathy Information
unhinderedliving.com interesting info on various diseases and life's other problems
mothernature.com additional information on supplements
phytochemicals.info information on the very important phytochemicals.
fungi.com learn about and purchase medicinal mushrooms
thewellnesscommunity.org cancer information, education and support for those stricken
i'll add more sites (if they are of high quality) as i find them.
Please contribute anything you wish.