t has become common practice for people to supplement their diets with pills, smoothies,

t has become common practice for people to supplement their diets with pills, smoothies, teas, herbals, and other complementary practices. Select two from the list below and locate an evidence-based article for each. Summarize the intended use, recommended dosage, side effects, and known interactions with over-the-counter and prescription medications. What if contraindications are identified for a patient with liver and/or kidney disease?

Probiotics Acai Apple cider vinegar Garlic Green tea Turmeric Cinnamon Omega-3 fish oil DHA Glucosamine Melatonin St. Johns wort Capsacin Black cohosh Aloe vera Echinacea Zinc oxide Saw palmetto Valerian root Feverfew Maca Niacin Red yeast rice DHEA Kava

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