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  1. ... you in any way that is sexual. Selling nutritional supplements. Your trainer should not prescribe or sell you nutritional supplements. Providers and dietitians are the only health professionals ...
  2. ... may include: Calcium salts (may be found in nutritional supplements or antacids) Lithium Thiazide diuretics (water pills) Thyroxine ...
  3. ... Iron supplements (if you have iron deficiency anemia) Nutritional supplements Calcium and vitamin D supplements to help keep ...
  4. ... acid. Some infants will need to continue taking nutritional supplements after they leave the hospital. For breastfeeding infants, ...
  5. ... earlier in white people and later in Asians. Nutritional supplements, vitamins, and other products will not stop or decrease the rate of graying. Hair thickness change . Hair is made ... nutritional deficiencies. OTHER CHANGES As you grow older, you ...
  6. ... Drugs to prevent or reduce diarrhea Painkillers (analgesics) Nutritional supplements or nutrition given through a vein (IV) may ...
  7. ... is from diabetes Not drinking alcohol Taking daily nutritional supplements Medicines to treat the underlying cause of the ...
  8. ... sugar. Your provider may suggest that you take nutritional supplements. Vitamin B6 , calcium, and magnesium are commonly used. ...
  9. ... recreational drugs, such as marijuana Stop taking all nutritional supplements or any medicines you are taking for bodybuilding
  10. ... and breast tenderness. Most studies have shown that nutritional supplements, such as vitamin B6, calcium, and magnesium are ...
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