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Study Finds Physicians and Nurses Both Take and Recommend Dietary Supplements
Date:11/13/2007

ed" consumer wellness campaign, which is dedicated to driving awareness about the mainstream use of dietary supplements as an integral part of a proactive personal wellness regimen that combines healthy diet, supplements and exercise. The study was undertaken following a search of the current medical literature that revealed disparities among definitions of dietary supplements, instruments and populations surveyed that raised more questions than answered, specifically whether the personal use of supplements by healthcare professionals correlates to their recommendations to patients. The "Life ... supplemented" campaign is managed by the Council for Responsible Nutrition, the leading trade association for the dietary supplement industry. For more information: http://www.lifesupplemented.org.

* Four physicians were advisors to the study: Robert Bonakdar, MD, Director of Pain Management, Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine; Paula Gardiner, MD, Assistant Professor, Boston University Medical Center; Donnica Moore, MD, President, Sapphire Women's Group; and Tieraona Low Dog, MD, Director of Education, Program in Integrative Medicine, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Arizona Health Sciences, provided insights into the data.

(1) Data from the 2007 CRN Consumer Confidence Survey indicated 68 percent of adults report taking nutritional or dietary supplements. The CRN Consumer Confidence Survey is conducted annually. The 2007 survey, conducted by Ipsos- Public Affairs in August 2007, was an online survey of 2,153 U.S. adults aged 18+ and the results were weighted to represent the U.S. adult population

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