|It is widely known that many nutritional and herbal supplements have significant medical benefits, however, it can be difficult to separate those with sound basis in science from those that don't work, or that may even be harmful. In order to help sort fact from fiction, Wellness Review scientists write reports reviewing evidence published in peer-reviewed medical journals describing nutritional and herbal therapies. These reports are then made available to medical doctors, veterinarians, and other healthcare professionals. Blase Harris, MD, serves as a consultant and nutritional advisor to many of these reports.
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|Disclaimer: This site is intended to provide healthcare professionals with assistance in evaluating scientific evidence supporting various nutritional treatments. Healthcare professionals should first verify the accuracy of information contained in Wellness Review reports before using any such information to make healthcare decisions. Individuals must not use any information presented on this site to attempt to self-diagnose or treat any disease. Individuals should always consult with a healthcare professional before using nutritional supplements to treat any health condition.