Nutritional Supplements: Not Created Equal

One issue that we face in the alternative health care field is attacks on nutritional supplements and their value in patients treatment programs.  With over 90% of Americans taking at least one prescription drug, over 50% taking more than one drug, and the US accounting for 6% of the worlds population yet consuming over 90% of the worlds pain medications, pharmaceutical companies have a foothold in the consumer market that they do NOT want to let slip away.  This means eliminating their competition, a main one being nutritional supplements with high therapeutic value.  Oftentimes, when research studies come out claiming that nutritional supplements are of no benefit, are dangerous, can cause prostate cancer, etc., they are using poor quality supplements in their studies. This brings us to the very important point that NOT ALL SUPPLEMENTS ARE CREATED EQUAL! At a typical store such as GNC, The Vitamin Shoppe, Walgreens, CVS, and more, the quality of vitamins being sold is most likely just plain bad.  Many store-bought vitamins contain manmade, synthetic versions of vitamins not found in our natural food sources.  They often only contain components of a vitamin rather than the entire complex, which includes other vitamins, cofactors, and enzymes to be truly bioavailable to the body.  They also contain unnecessary and oftentimes harmful fillers such as artificial colors, coatings, lubricants, and heavy metals.  For example, most over the counter B vitamins are produced from coal tar, a liquid byproduct of coal, whereas supplements sourced from food, such as Cataplex B by Standard Process, gathers concentrated B complex from bovine liver, wheat germ, beets, and more.  The supplement lines we carry, including Standard Process, Biotics Research, Thorne Research, and more, are health care professional only, meaning they cannot be bought over the counter at a drugstore.  Their supplements are made of whole organic food ingredients obtained from the manufacturers certified organic farm.  See below a comparison between the ingredient lists of popular multivitamin Centrum, shown first, and Standard Process' multivitamin Catalyn, shown second.




Concerned Consumer
By Donna
November 03, 2016
Why does nearly EVERY supplement company have to put all these other ingredients in Especially cellulose! Microcrystaline Cellulose is a DNA disrupter. Tony Pantalleresco aka HerbsPlusBeadWorks has the proof in his independent research with references on his websites. Problems with cellulose... Nano tech (from vaccines, chemtrails, GMOs, and glysophates) utilizes the cellulose and turns it into a building block internally and over time you're breaking down at an accelerated rate (coming UNGLUED). It starts with colon then reproductive then brain and then respiratory. Nanotech is binding to the cellulose in the veg caps too, and we have to do our own filtering out by re-encapsulating products ourselves. We have to empty out any supplement from a veggie cap into a gelatin cap. That is if the celluose is listed at part of being the capsule. Sometimes it's in the actual mix and/or tablet and that case, the products were unable to be saved We have thrown away MANY supplements because of this. Hypromellose is another: From Tony Pantalleresco... This is the end game. The AI running things here wants total assimilation and this nano tech that is integrating with us, is the means to essentially interface direct with a human--the mark of the beast is assembling in us the finale to the uplink will be some kind of verichip direct interface with the nano build up this is why I am feverishly on this to get it down and get it out. (Paraphrased from Tony Pantalleresco). Note: Tony says he finds no problem with magnesium stearate, so that one could be iffy. Dr Mark Hyman on cellulose... Dr. Mark Hyman is also a frequent speaker on all these Health Talks Online summits, I've been posting on here. THIS is what you SHOULD SEE on supplement labels... Other Ingredients: None Fill your own gelatin capsules so you can: Custom mix ingredients Use quality and fresh ingredients Save money by encapsulating bulk ingredients Avoid use of binders or excipients