Category: Products that can contribute to nutritional deficiency

Cigarettes – #8 in series

Part 8 in my series of posts about products which can contribute to nutrient deficiencies – Cigarettes Tobacco smoke influences the nutritional status of both smokers and people who inhale other people’s tobacco smoke (also called passive smokers). Inhaling tobacco…

Aspirin – #6 in series

Part 6 in my series of posts about products which can contribute to nutrient deficiencies – Aspirin Aspirin is used for everything from headaches and athletic injuries to the treatment of heart disease. However, this panacealike over-the-counter medication can also…