New database covers vitamins, minerals and botanicals

by Jeff Gelski
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WEST HAVEN, CONN. — Watson Inc. has introduced Nutri-Knowledge, a database that may be used to research vitamins, minerals, botanicals and other macro- and micronutrients. The database provides such information as nutrient overviews, alternative names, common forms of the nutrients, recommended intakes, health benefits, deficiencies and links to recent studies.

Users may search for a nutrient by name or search for health conditions, including bone health, eye health and immunity. For more information, go to
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