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by Meirion Jones,Robert Erdmann

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Meirion Jones,Robert Erdmann
Diets & Weight Loss
EBURY PRESS (April 1, 1987)
224 pages
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The amino revolution. Amino acids in human nutrition, Amino acids - Therapeutic use, Dietary supplements, Amino acids in human nutrition, Amino acids - Therapeutic use, Dietary supplements. New York : Simon & Schuster. By (author) Robert Erdmann, By (author) Meirion Jones.

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ISBN 10: 0809247321 ISBN 13: 9780809247325. Publisher: Contemporary Books, 1987.

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I read this book, and have been using it to improve my health.

Author Robert Erdmann, Meirion Jones. Producer Книга по Требованию. Pages 276. Year of production 1989. Clinical studies have shown that amino acids - the building blocks of protein - can, if taken as dietary supplements, strongly enhance an individual"s overall well-being, as well as prevent specific ailments.

  • Mr.Savik
This book gives a good yet somewhat simplistic overview of using amino acids to improve your health. What you won't get is an in-depth technical discussion of each of the individual amino acids. What you will get are some useful recommendations for which amino to take for certain conditions (ie. stress, depression, allergies, weight loss, etc.) I like the fact that the author tells us which aminos to take together and with which vitamin/mineral cofactors. Combining this book with "Amino Acids In Therapy" by Leon Chaitow, D.O. would be a pretty good way to start learning about the potential health benefits of proper amino acid supplementation. Unfortunately, both of these books are getting a little long in the tooth. A lot has been discovered since they were written over 15 years ago. I'm still waiting for the definitive amino acid book.
  • Rude
This book has been very helpful for my husband and some of the things he has been dealing with. We also have a couple daughters who have hay fever and are anxious to try the amino acids out on this, as well as another friend who has had a lot of stomach aches. We actually have purchased 3 of these books already and have shared with family we believe that can feel better after using amino acids.
  • Prinna
This information contained in this book has helped me in my quest to incorporate amino acids into my diet. I appreciated the education. If you have never used amino acids and would like a basic overview of how to get the most out the use and application of amino acids, then purchase this book. I would have rated this book at five stars if it had included an index. This is a draw back for this, otherwise, excellent publication.
  • Uscavel
This book was well written and gave me the information and perspective I was looking for. It gives you the understanding of what should and may not be happening in your body and the effects that a deficiency may have. I do wish that it contained a quick reference of grams suggested for supplementation. A quick read for the average person. Having "Thorsons Guide to Amino Acids" by Leon Chaitow as a cross reference is a great combination.
  • Bodwyn
OK but not revolutionary
  • Dugor
It needs updating since it was published in 1989 but a great overview of Amino Acids. While I was researching sulfur pathways in regards to my son, this book led me to some help for my husband! This book is more about certain diseases/disorders/issues than I was looking for because I was researching GSH synthesis but it helped me understand more about the interaction between all the AAs. It's time for an update!
  • Aloo
Probably one of the best and most enlightening books I've ever read!!! Priceless!!!
Great basic book on the topic.