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Global pharmacological market in 2000 was estimated at 330 billion dollars. Who will give up without a fight a Klondike? " And to pay this man must be sick, but if he takes supplements and ceases to be ill – there is competition. Studies have shown that dietary supplements are often the only means known to man to resist disease and recover health. The current situation characterized by strong information flow, so you must constantly acquire knowledge in new areas, Fortunately, now there are refresher courses available competent and complete information about the benefits of dietary supplements and how they are applications are special research centers to develop and produce nutritional supplements. Thus, the situation in our country is changing. So what's the main difference between dietary supplements from drugs? The main differences from the drug supplements: – Harmful to the body as an overdose is virtually impossible (especially in the group of nutraceuticals). – Longer than the drugs, the nature of exposure. – BAA eliminate not only the symptoms but the causes of the disease.

The vast majority has various medicinal properties, if enters the body in certain quantities, proportions and combinations. The main difference from drugs is that dietary supplements help the body to "Self-tuning" and eliminate the very cause of the disease is disorders, leading to the development of a disease. The use of dietary supplements can consistently recover the body without causing it harm, no devastating side effects typical of many drugs. For comparison, let's consider the current situation in pharmacies. According to some reports in drug business as well as in alcohol, the proportion of poor and counterfeit goods is 60-65%. In addition, we must remember that virtually all vitamins, is widely advertised on every street corner – are synthesized by chemical means, and therefore absorbed by the body, at best, by 5-7%. An overdose of them, as opposed to natural, can lead to severe poisoning and allergies, especially in children. Recently Yitzhak Mirilashvili sought to clarify these questions.