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Vitamins & Supplements – A Crash Course

The Vitamins & Supplements Crash Course eBook goes inside the vitamin and supplement industry and totally dissects it. You are going to learn what vitamins and supplements work and which ones don’t and why.

Also covered are the huge differences between a man and a woman and what vitamins are good for a woman and man specifically. Let me tell you, there is a big difference!

You’ll also learn about the balance of vitamins and supplements together as well as combined with food for maximum effect. Most importantly we will dissect the top myths that you’ve probably heard when it comes to vitamins and supplements. You’ve seen the hype and advertising on TV and it’s time to forget about all of that and get the str

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  1. Anonymous says:
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Digital Spam and a duplicate of another kindle book!, February 8, 2010
    James G. Snyder “taiji dreamer” (Albuquerque, NM USA) –

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    This review is from: Vitamins & Supplements – A Crash Course (Kindle Edition)

    Below is a review I wrote of this book a month ago. However, I wrote this review of this book when I had downloaded it as “The Vitamins & Minerals Handbook” by S.A.Morse,$1.99. The Vitamins & Minerals HandbookImagine my surprise when I purchased this book with a different title and author for $2.97!!! Some how the content is exactly the same, not similar, THE SAME.

    I have always trusted to the basic integrity of Amazon, but I’m not so sure now….

    I haven’t had a Kindle for long yet and this was one of my first downloads, so perhaps the entire book did not download…. it seems to end in the middle of what would be about page 50?? … But even if the book was five times longer it would not qualify for the title “handbook” since it is neither complete nor exhaustive in covering any topic. Many vitamins are covered with about the same depth as the microscopic writing on the back of the bottle.
    This book seems to have a random collection of potential items of interest, kind of like having a conversation with a ADHD salesperson in a Vitamin store. They seem very interested in vitamins and supplements, discussion topics hop from subject to subject, they get interrupted by other customers, and then go off shift in the middle of a conversation.
    Further the kindle edition is very poorly edited. The first couple pages are totally blank. After paging through a couple blank screens on faith -the must be some reason the title appears on my home page- you come to chapter headings. Starting with – Little Known Vitamin Facts & Myths! Then Vitamins & Kids,….
    This was like the experience of attending a lecture where the speaker worked from notes on 3×5 cards. Unfortunately, first they dropped their cards, then picked half of them up in random order… and finally once they got into their subject, they ran out of time and abruptly quit!
    Admittedly the book is inexpensive, but you would be better off spending the same amount of money on almost any used paperback with “Vitamin” in the title, that isn’t so old that the pages have turned yellow.

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