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In today's featured video from iHealthTube.com, Dr. Derrick DeSilva delivers his answer to the question, "If I eat a well balanced diet, do I really need to supplement?" Dr. DeSilva says even if you think you're eating right, that may not matter. Watch his interview to find out why.
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About Dr. Derrick DeSilva
Derrick M. DeSilva Jr., M.D. is a practicing Internist at the Raritan Bay Medical Center in Perth Amboy, NJ. He is on the teaching faculty at JFK Medical Center in Edison, NJ, Derrick DeSilva Jr., M.D. has lectured on various topics in medicine, nationally and internationally, and is a member of the following associations:
Derrick DeSilva Jr., M.D. has his own radio talk show called "Ask the Doctor" , which airs on WCTC Radio in New Jersey (1450 AM),as well as his own television show, "To Your Health", which airs on News 12 New Jersey. He has also authored and published several books.
Disclaimer: This video is being shared for informational purposes only. The statements contained within this video are opinions of the guest speaker only and not intended to make any claims, express or implied, regarding products sold by Swanson Health Products. iHealthTube and Swanson Health Products encourage you to seek the advice of a qualified professional for any health concern, including supplemental nutrition.