Books about Melatonin

Melatonin in Health Promotion edited by Ronald R. Watson
Hardcover: 240 pages, includes halftone illustrations.
Publisher: CRC (1998)

Book Description: ... Examines virtually all aspects of the multifunctional hormone melatonin, a subject of intense scientific research and general interest. Topics addressed include how melatonin is synthesized; possible harmful side effects; and the role this hormone plays in diseases such as epilepsy, Alzheimer's, and cancer.

Book Info: ... Addresses Alzheimer's disease, reproduction, cancer, kidney activity, changes in body fat, and antioxidant activities.

Melatonin by Russel J. Reiter and Jo Robinson.
Paperback: 336 pages
Publisher: Pocket; Reprint edition (1996).
based on 5 customer reviews.

Book Description: ... Written by two key scientists at the forefront of this groundbreaking research. The Melatonin Miracle is the first book to reveal these remarkable findings to the public ... Find out how melatonin works, and how to use it, and what to expect when you begin to reset your aging clock. Research suggests that melatonin can: guarantee a good night's sleep as a natural, nonaddictive sleeping agent; overcome jet lag; boost the immune system; increase resistance to cancer and other diseases; lower cholesterol; prolong sexual vitality; ease stress, and more.

Melatonin by Russel J. Reiter and Jo Robinson.
Paperback: 416 pages.
Publisher: Bantam; Reprint edition (1996)

Customer Review: Not an "easy" read, but lots of substance and scientific support for all the information. Dr. Reiter is a lead researcher at University of Texas San Antonio and has impeccable credentials for writing on this subject. Valuable information on a valuable topic. Even if you don't read every page, you'll probably find parts related to whatever aspect is of particular interest to you well worth reading. Excellent reference material.

Boost Your Vitality With Melatonin: Programming Your Internal Clock For Health & Well-Being by Ingeborg Cernaj
Paperback: 96 pages.
Publisher: Sterling (1998)

Book Description: This miracle drug boosts the immune system, assures a good night's rest, relieves jet lag, lowers cholesterol, and acts as a fountain of youth. Discover what melatonin is, how the body produces it, and the latest scientific research on making this hormone work most effectively for you.

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