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What Is The Unienzyme Tablets Benefit
No official rec but: CoQ10 naturally occurs in every cell of our bodies so it's not considered an essential nutrient & there is no officially recommended dose. However, I advise a healthy person take 50 mg/day of the Ubiquinol form (which is better absorbed) as a preventive anti-aging agent. Those suffering from illnesses like heart disease & diabetes may benefit from 200-300 mg/day. See http://tinyurl.com/ocwb3vg ...Read more
See article: Per: http://www.empr.com/recombinant-glutenase-cuts-gluten-induced-mucosal-injury/article/356104/ - Glutanase "can reduce gluten-induced small intestinal mucosal injury in patients with celiac disease, according to a study published in the June issue of Gastroenterology." ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Manufacturer profits: Dietary supplement manufacturers are not required to prove their miraculous claims, much less the safety of their products. All they have to do is promise you the world so that they can take your money. There aren't any peer reviewed published randomized controlled trials demonstrating benefit in large populations. Stick to real food, healthy food. Don't forget regular exercise. ...Read more
Depends: For congestive heart failure: doses range from 6-20 grams per day, as three divided doses. For chest pain (angina pectoris): 3-6 grams three times per day for up to one month. For preventing the loss of the effectiveness of Nitroglycerin (angina pectoris): 700 mg four times daily. For organic erectile dysfunction (ed): 5g taking lower doses might not be effective. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is oriental water plantain supplement is it safe to take what are the side effects of taking it ?
Alternative to drugs: Conventional medicine taught in western med schools consists of drugs & surgery. Unfortunately, anything other than this is considered "alternative" even though the use of herbs, supplements, homeopathy etc. Goes back hundreds to thousands of years. I prefer the terms holistic, integrative & complementary to the term alternative. It's unfortunate that these modalities are considered alternative. ...Read more
Vitamin K overdose: There is no toxicity risk from eating vitamin k-rich foods. Vitamin supplements containing vitamin k1 and vitamin k2 are also safe even in high amounts when taken orally. However, vitamin k3, also known as menadione, can be cause cell damage that leads to liver toxicity, hemolytic anemia, and jaundice. There is no good information on treatment of vitamin k overdose. ...Read more
Is there any difference beetweed natural and syntetic vitamin e? What is the difference? Can syntetic vitamin E harm you? Thanks.
Yes: Synthetic vitamin e contains only Alpha tocopherol and this strips the brain of gamma tocopherol which can lead to increased brain hemorrhage and delta tocopherol in the liver which can lead to elevated liver enzymes. Get a all natural mixed tocopherol with all 4 isomers. You can also increase vitamin e in your diet by eating wheat germ, nuts, seeds, oleves asparagus green leafy vegetables. ...Read more
No such thing unless: In general vitamin c is extremely safe and non-toxic and you can not overdose, in the sense of taking a quantity that would damage your health. There is a limit to how much you can absorb, and when this amount is exceeded you won't absorb any more and it will act as a laxative.The exception is people who have a hereditary g6pd deficiency, in which high doses of IV vit c can cause hemolytic anemia. ...Read more
Doctor prescribed me l-methylfolate
methylcobalamin, pyridoxal-5-phosphate tablets cor-3, for what this medicine is and side effects of it.
Vitamins: We could say you just got VITAMIN-IZED! Not a bad thing. You are given folate, (folic acid) B12, & B6 in what could essentially be considered a medical supplement or medical food. It can be used for a variety of things but most often we see it used in cases of neuropathies caused by diabetes, etc. Side effects could be allergic, GI upset, diarrhea, skin reactions, or mostly nothing when taken as directed. ...Read more
There are several: lecithin is one. Various oils such as those from seafood (shrimp and scallops are uniquely good for this as well as the more usual oily fish salmon and tuna). http://www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=nutrient&dbid=50 ...Read more
This is...: ...A work in progress, the clinical study is ongoing: http://clinicaltrialsfeeds.Org/clinical-trials/show/nct01602016 quote: drug: folinic acid and placebo capsules of folinic acid and placebo will be administered in 1mg/kg/day in two divided doses (0.5mg/kg/dose; 25mg/day maximum) for two weeks followed by 2 mg/kg/day with a maximum dose of 50 mg/day. ...Read more
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