|Finding reputable information about nutritional supplements and alternative nutrition therapies on the internet can be a daunting task. Many websites are created by the product?s marketing department, so one cannot know if the claims made are truthful or accurate. This site provides a dictionary of terms used when describing complementary and alternative therapies. A list of various treatments (vitamins, herbs, therapies, supplements), are listed both alphabetically and by disease or condition. The list provides any potential side effects found and any clinical trials occurring with the treatment. Information is also available in Spanish.
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