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Arzneimittel als Mikronährstoff-Räuber

Uwe Gröber and Prof. Dr. Klaus Kisters

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What makes the book "Arzneimittel als Mikronährstoff-Räuber" special?

Are you also one of the many people who regularly take medicines? Whether it's the contraceptive pill, antibiotics, blood pressure-lowering drugs, cholesterol-lowering drugs, diabetes medicines, diuretic drugs, cancer drugs, gastrointestinal drugs or osteoporosis drugs: many medicines "rob" you of vital vitamins and minerals.

The medication-related deficiency of micronutrients is not infrequently the unrecognised cause of drug side effects. Symptoms such as fatigue, depression, concentration problems, irritability, sleep disorders and even dementia can be related to this.

This does not have to be the case! If you are informed about such consequences, you can prevent them, avoid side effects and optimise your drug therapy. You can read in this book what you need to be aware of and how you can improve your quality of life.

Source: Blurb

Arzneimittel als Mikronährstoff-Räuber

Some medicines are true micronutrient predators that can even trigger a tangible micronutrient deficiency. Well-known examples are the inhibition of vitamin B12 absorption from food by acid blockers such as omeprazole or by the diabetes drug metformin. A vitamin B12 deficiency can manifest itself in general fatigue, depression, sleep disorders, nerve pain or brain disorders, even dementia.
Those who are informed about such interactions can prevent such disorders and deficiencies in the micronutrient balance [...].

Source: Excerpt from the foreword


Uwe Gröber and Prof. Dr. Klaus Kisters

Hardcover edition

288 pages


3rd edition 2022




15,3 x 23,6 x 2,0 cm




Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft Stuttgart

Frequently asked questions

How is the book structured?

The book introduces different types of medicines and discusses the interactions with the household of different micronutrients. In the back of the book, these interactions are again summarised in tabular form for a quick overview.

What is Mr. Gröber's professional background?

Uwe Gröber is a pharmacist and one of the leading micronutrient experts in Europe. He has been active in the education and training of doctors, pharmacists and nutritionists for many years. His areas of expertise include micronutrient medicine, drug-micronutrient interactions, nutritional and preventive medicine, and complementary cancer therapy.

What is Prof. Kisters' professional background?

Prof. Dr. Klaus Kisters is the head physician of the Clinic for Internal Medicine at the St. Anna Hospital in Herne. His areas of specialisation include internal medicine, nephrology, clinical geriatrics and hypertension. Professor Kisters is Vice President of the Society for Magnesium Research.


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