Carry your pharmacist/nutritionist in your pocket with new nutrition app.
Medications drain essential nutrients from your body. Providing information on over 700 commonly prescribed drugs known to deplete the body of its natural nutrients, Nutrient Depletions gives easy-to-use recommendations on nutrient replenishment. Highlighting readily available, natural food sources, this easy-to-use app makes it effortless to maintain proper nutrient levels and optimal health. Nutrient Depletions creates awareness about concerns of drug-induced, nutrition-based symptoms to empower patients to have informed conversations with physicians about the side effects of medications.
"I wish I would've known about this years ago," said pharmacist, Bob Begert at Milex Drugs, Caledonia, N.Y. "I'm recommending it to all my customers to help them have more information about their medications so they stay aware of how to adjust their diets. For less than the cost of a bottle of a multi-vitamin supplement, my patients can really benefit by learning the potential side effects of their medications." Begert, discovered the benefits of the Nutrient Depletions app when his own physician alerted him to his low blood calcium levels. Nutrient Depletions showed him that his prescribed medications were causing him to lose calcium.
For consumers, Nutrient Depletions provides you with valuable information to balance your medications and diets. Certain medications will deplete nutrients in your body and you can help reverse those effects by replacing nutrients with healthy food sources. Taking a cholesterol-lowering medication for long periods of time can deplete Folic acid, Calcium, and Iron. A long term result of Folic Acid deficiency can lead to other medical conditions, such as anemia. Folic acid is a B vitamin and its role is to help the body make new red blood cells. Red blood cells are responsible for carrying oxygen throughout your body. Low red blood cell levels can leave you feeling weak and tired and causes anemia. It is important to monitor the effects your medications have on your body so you can have informed discussions with your health care practitioner about making changes to incorporate healthy foods into your diet. Good sources of Folic Acid include green leafy vegetables, whole grains, and fruits.
For healthcare professionals, better information means better care. Nutrient Depletions enhances the quality of patient care by providing a portable reference guide to look up nutrients depleted for your patient's medication regimens. Have the information you need at your fingertips and make recommendations while evaluating a patient's medical records. Become the source of information for your patients in real-time without waiting for internet connections or fumbling through medical books.
Easy and simple to use! Perform a search by medicine name or category, research a list of nutrients depleted by that medication, and see a list of the food sources you can eat to replenish those nutrients. Nutrient Depletions allows you to share what you found with your family, friends and patients through an easy in-app email feature.
Nutrient Depletions has gathered the most comprehensive information for your pocket reference from:
* United States Food and Drug Administration
* National Institutes of Health
* United States Office of Dietary Supplements
* National Cancer Institute
* United States Department of Agriculture
* And more!
Where to Buy
Nutrient Depletions is available now at www. nutrientdepletions.com and in the Apple App Store [SM], for only $1.99 USD.
About NoCube, LLC
Nutrient Depletions was created by the joint efforts of TwinSis, LLC and NO CUBE, LLC. NO CUBE, located in Rochester, NY, started in a 100 square foot space of the owner's home with an idea and inspiration to live the healthiest life ever. NOCUBE, www.nocube.co, is devoted to improving the health of individuals by developing innovative healthcare products.
NO CUBE, LLC
Media Relations--Mary Tamargo
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|Title Annotation:||Nutrient Depletions by NoCube LLC|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2011|
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