HOW DRUGS DE­PLETE YOUR NU­TRI­ENTS

Some over-the-counter and pre­scrip­tion med­i­ca­tions can de­plete your body of key nu­tri­ents. Here are a few of the most com­mon drug-nu­tri­ent de­ple­tions:

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AS­PIRIN (fre­quent use): potas­sium, vi­ta­min C, folic acid, and iron. NONSTEROIDAL ANTI-IN­FLAM­MA­TORY DRUGS (NSAIDS) SUCH AS ADVIL AND ALEVE: DHEA, folic acid, mela­tonin, and zinc. STATIN DRUGS SUCH AS CRESTOR AND LIPITOR, USED TO LOWER HIGH CHOLES­TEROL: CoQ (es­sen­tial for en­ergy, and heart and mus­cle func­tion); vi­ta­mins D and E. CORTICOSTEROIDS SUCH AS MEDROL: folic acid, DHEA, vi­ta­mins C and D, and min­er­als, par­tic­u­larly cal­cium, mag­ne­sium, zinc, selenium, and potas­sium. BIRTH CON­TROL PILLS: B vi­ta­mins, par­tic­u­larly folic acid, B , B , and B ; mag­ne­sium, zinc, ty­ro­sine, and vi­ta­min C.

HERE’S A GREAT HEALTH RE­SOURCE: my­tavin.com. De­vel­oped by a doc­tor, this web­site lets you search sin­gle drugs or com­bi­na­tions of drugs for a list of as­so­ci­ated nu­tri­ent de­fi­cien­cies.

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