Just a Multivitamin? – Part II

Just a Multivitamin? – Part II

Just a Multivitamin? Part II   This is the second section of a 2-part post. The first post can be found here.   Many of the listed ingredients were less than the recommended daily values or DVs. DVs are based on reference daily intake. It is the daily intake...
Just a Multivitamin? – Part I

Just a Multivitamin? – Part I

Users take our ADK Complex to support heart and arterial health. Cardiovascular health and blood flow is central to our well-being. Almost every ingredient in this complex contributes to heart health.

These are just some of the considerations that go into formulation. We encourage our customers to continue to learn and participate in the discussion. We consider consumer suggestions for formulation as well.

What About Calcium Supplements?

What About Calcium Supplements?

Increasing calcium from natural food sources will certainly help support healthy bones, brain and heart. Supplementing with the ADK complex will allow the body to use the calcium as nature intended while also mitigating issues with wrinkles and hardened arteries. If you are addressing issues with bones and teeth you will be pleased to know that this formula includes two minerals that support bone health; Manganese and Boron.

Network Antioxidants

Network Antioxidants

Glutathione, Lipoic Acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and CoQ10 is a group of antioxidants that work together to help prevent cell damage. Collectively these nutrients are referred to as the antioxidant network or network antioxidants. Glutathione. Glutathione is nature’s...
Iodine and Flu Variants

Iodine and Flu Variants

Iodine circulating in the blood is captured by numerous tissue sites and ends up in mucus secretions. These tissues include the salivary glands, nasal secretions, lungs and stomach. Tissues and mucus products containing iodine defend against invasion by bacteria and viruses. Respiratory and oral transmission are key pathways for viral infections. With enough supplementation, iodine can be ever-present and ready to defend in both the upper- and lower-respiratory systems as well as in the stomach.

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