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How To Replenish The Nutrients Your Drugs Deplete

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Did you know that the medications you are taking for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, high blood sugar, and beta blockers, to name a few, may be causing levels of certain essential nutrients in your body to become dangerously low? For example, the statin drug which your doctor prescribes to lower your cholesterol to protect your heart blocks your liver from sythesizing heart healthy co-enzyme Q10.  Ironic, isn't it?  It is also dangerous and, unless you know how to counter it, damaging to your health. 

This coming Monday evening at 9 o'clock, Dr. Galzarano will interview Martino Luu, Chief Operating Officer and pharmacist who is instrumental in formulating the Replenish line of multi-vitamins for Natural Health Remedies, LLC.   

In this hour you will learn:

  1. What drug-induced nutrient depletion is.
  2. The common drugs and drug therapies that cause drug-induced nutrient depletion.
  3. How drugs cause our bodies to be depleted of nutrients
  4. The potential health destroying effects of drug-induced nutrient depletion.
  5. Whether YOU are at risk for drug-induced nutrient depletion.
  6. What you can do to avoid drug-induced nutrient depletion.

If you are taking ANY drug on a regular basis YOU MUST NOT MISS THIS SHOW!   There will be plenty of time set aside for your questions.

Martino Luu, Rph.,  earned his pharmacy degree at Rutgers College of Pharmacy and is a licensed pharmacist in New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas, and Florida. He has held numerous clinical leadership positions for a Fortune 500 healthcare organization and most recently led the medication therapy strategy working with renowned medical leaders from the following specialties: cardiovascular, diabetes, pulmonary, neuroscience, and oncology.

 

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