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Niacin : The Real Story: Learn About the Wonderful&hellip by Abram Hoffer
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
On taking the advice of this book - large doses of niacin in the quantity exactly advised in this book, one of my friends was rushed to hospital in an ambulance. The individual spent a week in hospital and is now disabled for life. What this book does not warn about is the risk of developing hypophosphatemia and rhabdomyolisis as a result of taking large doses of niacin. Also it doesn't warn about the side effects of low cholesterol caused by taking niacin - irreversible skeletal muscle damage similar to that of taking statins. Anyone who is not aware of stain damage should Google 'statin damage' and you will see the website of Dr Duane Graveline, a doctor who has been permanently damaged… Read more
Caring for the M.E. Patient by Jodi Bassett
Caring for the M.E. Patient by Jodi Bassett
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I have read lots of books, websites and research papers on M.E. Of all the books I have read on M.E. this is the most informative, scientifically accurate and useful.
This book is essential reading for all G.P.s, nurses, patients with M.E and relatives of those affected by M.E. I cannot recommend this book highly enough!
What Is M.E.? by Jodi Bassett
What Is M.E.? by Jodi Bassett
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I have read lots of books, websites and research papers on M.E.

Of all the books I have read on M.E. this is the most informative, scientifically accurate and useful.

This book is essential reading for all G.P.s, nurses, patients with M.E and relatives of those affected by M.E.

I cannot recommend this book highly enough!