TOPANGA, CA --- Ready to be released this fall is the largest comprehensive review of MSM ever written, titled MSM‹The Definitive Guide: A Comprehensive Review of the Science and Therapeutics of Methylsulfonylmethane. The new book provides an in-depth look at the science of MSM, a wealth of case histories, and an unprecedented collection of special topics, including dosage protocols, quality considerations, veterinary applications, and more.
Two leading MSM experts, Dr. Stanley Jacob and Dr. Jeremy Appleton collaborated efforts to produce this groundbreaking work. Stanley W. Jacob, M.D., medical director for Cardinal Nutrition, Inc., is the medical doctor who pioneered the clinical use of MSM and has treated more patients with MSM than any other health professional in the world. Jeremy Appleton, N.D., director of scientific affairs for Cardinal Nutrition, Inc., is a naturopathic physician, writer, and educator in the field of evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine. He lectures internationally on clinical nutrition and is the nutrition department chair at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine.
I believe it is necessary to pass along as many of the clinical, experimental, and scientific details of my work with MSM as possible and sincerely hope it will convince investigators around the world that MSM deserves serious, reproducible, clinical studies, stated Dr. Jacob. The aim of this book is to provide the practicing clinician and the interested lay person with a practical guide to the safe and effective use of MSM‹it is a perfect reference for anyone interested in MSM¹s many benefits.
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