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Recommended dosage:Four tablets daily with meals.
Replace 120 tablets
Vitamin A 5,000 I. U. (Palmitate, water
Beta-Carotene 15,000 I.U. (vitamin A activity)
VitaminD-3 50 I. U.
Vitamin E 200 I. U. (d-alpha Tocopheryl Succinate)
Vitamin C 1,000 I. U. (ascorbic acid, corn free)
Vitamin B-1 50 mg. (Thiamine HCL)
Vitamin B-2 25 mg. (Riboflavin)
Niacin 20 mg.
Niacinamide 100 mg.
Pantothenic Acid 150 mg. (d-Calcium Pantothenate)
Vitamin B6 25 mg.
(Pyridoxine HCL/Pyridoxal-5-Phosphate Complex)
Vitamin B12 100 mcg. (on Ion exchange resin)
Folic Acid 800 mcg.
Biotin 300 mcg.
Choline citrate/Bitartrate 50 mg.
Inositol 25 mg.
Citrus Bioflavonoid Complex 100 mg.
PABA 50 mg. (Para-Aminobenzoic Acid)
Calcium 300 mg. (citrate & ascorbate complex)
Magnesium 300 mg. (aspartate & ascorbate complex)
Potassium 75 mg. (aspartate complex)
Zinc (Amino Acid Chelate) 20 mg.
Manganese 15 mg. (aspartate complex)
Chromium GTF 200 mcg. (organically bound with GTF activity-low allergenicity)
Selenium 200 mcg.
(organic selenium in Krebs*Cycle and kelp)Molybdenum (Krebs*) 100 mcg.
Vanadium (Krebs*) 50 mcg.
Boron 1.5 mg. (aspartate/citrate complex)
Trace elements app. 100 mcg. (from sea vegetation)
*Krebs=Citrate, Fumerate, Malate,Glutarate and Succinate Complex
a base of Alpha-Carotene, Beta-Carotene, Bioflavonoids, Burdock, Astragalus, Echinacea
Angustifolia, Echinacea Purpurea, Evening Primrose Oil (dry), Ellagic Acid (cherries),
G.L.A. (borage seed oil, dry), Genistein (Isoflavone), Ginger Root, L-Glutathione, Grape
Seed Extract, Green Tea Extract, Glycyrrhetinic Acid, Lignans, Ligusticum, Luteins,
Lycopenes, Maitake, Shiitake, and Reishi Mushrooms, Quercetin, Pectin (apple), Nucleic
Acids (RNA & DNA), cartilage powder (bovine and shark), Sesame Seed Powder,
Cruciferous Vegetables including; Broccole, Cabbage Cauliflower, and Kale; Solanaceous
Foods including: tomatoes, peppers and eggplant; Umbelliferous Vegetables including:
carrots, celery and parsnips.
This product contains NO yeast, wheat, corn, sugar, chlorine,
preservatives or dairy products.
Antioxidants are one of the main groups of nutrients
being evaluated for the role they play in cancer prevention. The most popular antioxidants
include beta carotene, vitamin E, vitamin C and the mineral selenium. And studies show
that this group is excellent in protecting against cellular damage and further trials are
being conducted on their ability to treat certain types of malignancies.
Carotenoids have been found to interfere with carcinogenesis and are a
safe, non toxic preventive nutrient. Numerous studies have been conducted on the effects
of beta carotene, alpha carotene, leutien, lycopene and cryptoxanthin. A Japanese a cohort
study conducted on 2,300 women and men for 3-6 years found that those with high levels of
beta carotene had a "significantly lower risk of dying from cancer." (Langseth
1995) Mechanisms by which beta carotene may work as a compensator, protector, and
immunomodulator are being evaluated.
Vitamin E, a lipid soluble antioxidant, is obtained only in low levels
from the typical western diet, levels which are likely not adequate for chemoprevention of
cancer. A direct correlation has been found between cancer patients and low levels of
vitamin E. Nitrosamine is known carcinogen ingested in some processed foods and Vitamin E
can block the production of this harmful substance and assist in the natural production of
antibodies. (van Poppel & van den Berg, 1997)
The administration of vitamin C is being extensively explored for its
chemopreventative properties. Vitamin C is an essential cell protector. Thousands of
studies support the value of vitamin C supplementation. Ascorbate (vitamin C) at high
doses has also been found to protect cells from oxidative stress, a known precursor of
some malignancies. As an adjunct in the treatment of malignancies, it has especially
proven beneficial for the stomach and liver by assisting in the production of enzymes
necessary for normal detoxification, an essential part of protection from carcinogen
formation. (van Poppel & van dan Berg, 1997) In some cases, high doses of vitamin C
have shown the ability to inhibit the progression of certain tumors. Studies have
suggested that in order to achieve the maximum benefits from vitamin C as well as the
other antioxidants, supplementation should consist of a combination of these nutrients
rather than administration of individual components. (Prasad & Kumar 1996)
Selenium, a mineral, offers remarkable protection against oxidative
damage. Years of research supports the value of selenium in helping the body prevent some
forms of cancer. A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical
Association (JAMA) found that selenium may help reduce the progression of carcinomas in
several different sites. (Clark et al, 1996)
Uses: To supplement a nutrient deficient food diet and assist the body in avoiding or delaying complications which occur with age.