Correction to: The action of herbal medicine on the libido: aspects of nutritional intervention in increasing sexual desire

@article{Cruz2018CorrectionTT,
  title={Correction to: The action of herbal medicine on the libido: aspects of nutritional intervention in increasing sexual desire},
  author={Amanda C{\'a}ssia da Cruz and Nat{\'a}lia Gonçalves Guerra and Kerolayne Esper Bar{\~a}o Pacelhe de Souza and Izabella de Castro Eleut{\'e}rio and Leidhaiane Cust{\'o}dia da Silva and Elaine Gomes Otoni and Michelle Rosa Andrade Alves and W. C. R{\'e}gis},
  journal={Nutrire},
  year={2018},
  volume={43},
  pages={1-3}
}
Correction to: Nutrire (2017) 42:29 DOI: 10.1186/s41110-017-0051-0The original version of this article [1], published on 5 November 2017, contains a mistake. The abbreviation “NO” has been incorrectly translated as “nitrous oxide”. The correct translation is “nitric oxide”. A list of the affected text parts is given below. The corrected terminology is marked in bold. 

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