Eating the recommended daily intake of fruits and vegetables does provide necessary vitamins and minerals, but factors such as soil depletion of minerals and nutrient losses from storage, shipping and preparation suggest dietary sources may not be enough.
An overwhelming amount of research has shown nutritional supplements can promote wellness and prevent disease. “Most people do not consume an optimal amount of all vitamins by diet alone….it appears prudent for all adults to take vitamin supplements.” (JAMA 2002 Jun 19;287(23):3127-9)
For the cost of what many people spend for a daily coffee/beverage or snack, a well-rounded nutritional supplement plan can be affordable. Consider nutritional supplementation a form of good health insurance.
|Basic Program for Wellness and Disease Prevention||Dosage|
|Ortho Multi Greens (Multivitamin Iron-Free) 180 tablets||3 capsules/day|
|Vitamin D3+K2 5,000IU 120 softgels Read More about Vitamin D||5,000-10,000IU/day: 1-2 caps|
|Ultra Omega-3 500EPA/250DHA 180 softgels Read More about Fish Oil||3,000mg/day: 4 softgels|
|Magnesium Citrate 100 tablets Read More about Magnesium||400-800mg/day: 2-4 tablets|
|Protodophilus (Probiotic) 50 capsules Read More about Probiotics||1 capsule/day (50 billion|
organisms 10 strains/capsule)
*All of the products above are available at our clinic*
Are your nutritional supplements GMP Certified?
GMP stands for good manufacturing practices. It is a certification given by the Natural Products Association to verify that producers of nutritional supplements follow the highest level of manufacturing standards. GMP certified companies routinely receive comprehensive third-party inspections of their manufacturing facilities to verify all GMP standards are met. GMP certification ensures that all manufacturing processes are sufficiently controlled so that the supplements match their labeling for purity, strength and composition.