Research Paper On Dietary Supplements
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Pharmaceutical and Nutraceutical Company Upsher Smith Laboratories of Minneapolis, Minnesota
This 6 page report discusses the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical company Upsher-Smith Laboratories of Minneapolis, Minnesota. Upsher-Smith Laboratories has built its reputation (and profits) on its development and marketing of over-the-counter dietary supplements, prescription pharmaceuticals, some cosmetic products, and a variety of other drug industry products such as sorbitol solutions and suppositories. The company has been in existence for eighty years Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Aging and Mitochondria
This 14 page paper discusses the aging of America. Today, more than 6,000 people turn 65 every day, that number will jump to 10,000 by 2011. This essay provides information on aging trends and the effect on the health care system. The writer also comments on the mitochondrial damage theory of aging and reports two dietary supplements that have been shown to be effective in preventing and even reversing certain age-related symptoms. 1 Graph included, Statistical data included. Statistical data reported. 1 Graph included. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Nutritional Supplement Creatine
A 5 page paper discussing the relative benefits and concerns over the use of the nutritional supplement creatine. Written from the perspective of a student who is interested in the supplement’s long-term impacts to her fellow students, this paper advises that while the use of creatine as a nutritional supplement might be considered one of the least deleterious practices pursued by these athletes and may actually result in some forms of athletic performance, athletes should consume the supplement only with extreme caution as there are no long-term studies testifying to the absence of long-term deleterious effects. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension a.k.a. DASH
This 10 page report discusses the “DASH” or Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension diet DASH is a sound dietary concept that has the potential to save lives and offers a new way of thinking about health, fitness, and nutrition. Hypertension or “high blood pressure” is a major health problem in the United States but African-Americans face a much greater risk of hypertension and all of its related health problems than white Americans. This report particularly focuses on DASH, hypertension, and the African American population. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Overview of Mosaic Dietary Laws
This 18 page paper provides an overview of the Mosaic dietary laws, the laws set forth through the directives of Moses in the Old Testament. The Mosaic dietary laws, the laws imposed by the directives of Moses on the Israelites, extended from earlier restrictions that had been placed on the eating habits of the human race. The Old Testament is full of directives regarding food consumption and God’s law, and even Genesis addresses limitations imposed on certain types of food consumption. Bibliography lists 16 sources