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Selenium Yeast: Awesome value

Posted on Dec 27, 2008

12 people found the following review helpful

This is the type of selenium Dr Gerhardt Schrauzer PhD recomends when he talks about seleno-methionine (the most bio-available selenium)... yet surprisingly the label doesn't mention seleno-methionine. It's a very nice tasting tablet (yeast/malt taste) plus the yeast makes the selenium very bio-available. This is amazingly good value because it's strong enough to do you some good (200mcg) and there are lots of tablets (180). :-)

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Vanadyl sulfate

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

8 people found the following review helpful

This stuff works better than chromium... yet is poorly described in the literature. It's like taking a power pill... yet few diabetics have ever tried it or even heard of it.

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R-ALA v's RS-ALA

Posted on Jul 28, 2013

6 people found the following review helpful

R-ALA (natural form) gives you more bang for buck than RS-ALA (synthetic). This makes you sharper throughout the day... and sometimes when you're starting your thinking becomes lightening fast. That effect soon wears off... and some people never experience it. Presumably the people with the greatest problems are the ones most likely to experience this effect. Lipoic acid has two sulphur bonds and chelates mercury better than most sulphur containing substances which normally only contain 1 sulphur bond eg. methionine, cysteine, MSM, etc... Alternatives to ALA are DMSA and DMPS but both are synthetic... while ALA is natural to the body. RS-ALA makes me feel unwell if taking it continuously (even at low levels)... while R-ALA does not (even at higher levels)... so I prefer the R-ALA version. Even though it costs more... it seems to do more... so the price difference is worth it. This is a useful product when you know you have a problem to solve (a procrastination breaker?) or have to be sharp for an important meeting. It has a reputation as a nootropic (smart drug). It's a product that is natural to the body and helps your body become healthier by removing heavy metals and other toxins. :-)

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Makes me feel good

Posted on Sep 17, 2012

5 people found the following review helpful

This is another one of those products I enjoy taking. Can't quite pin down why though. Suspect it simply enhances toxin removal.

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Ubiquinol v's Ubiquinone

Posted on Mar 23, 2009

20 people found the following review helpful

This is the reduced (active) form of Q10... which is more potent than the inactive form. As people get older they have trouble converting the inactive form to the active form... so you don't get much benefit unless you make sure you take the active form. The active form is fairly hard to get and it's usually much more expensive so it's nice to find it here at a reasonable price. Remember you can reduce the dose (compared to the inactive form) and get the same effect.

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Molybdenum... copper antagonist

Posted on Apr 29, 2010

4 people found the following review helpful

Hi, Molybdenum, Manganese and Zinc (along with VitC)... are all copper antagonists. Pity that somebody doesn't incorporate a bit of molybdenum into a multi-vitamin... along with some Boron. To date all the multi-vitamins I've looked at don't include all key minerals... and supplementing with various colloidal minerals or natural sea products (also a good source of minerals)... doesn't seem to make much of a difference ie. they don't contain enough minerals to show up in tests: using hair mineral analysis at 6 monthly intervals. :-)

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Love this stuff!!!

Posted on Jun 09, 2014

3 people found the following review helpful

Apart from those times when you haven't got enough greens into you and you feel deficient in K... this works really well if you've had a late night coffee (tea or even chocolate are also stimulants) and can't go to sleep. It seems to excrete the cafeine (or other stimulant) in the urine and you drift off to sleep naturally. This is the synthetic version of K2 (MK4) so I've switched to the MK7 (natural) version. Unfortunately the natural version is only 100 ug (50 times less) and not as potent as this one. Take this and you'll feel the difference a lot more easily. The first effect everyone seems to notice is stronger teeth and the fact that the plaque on the back of your teeth is no longer there. It's malformed calcium and is now being absorbed into your bones (which includes the teeth). If you want to convince yourself or someone else that K2 works try this version. :-)

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Natural form of K2 but slightly low dose

Posted on Jun 09, 2014

3 people found the following review helpful

Yes this is the natural form of K2 (MK7) but having compared it to the synthetic form (5 mg) and Natto the dose seems a little too low. I take some Natto about once a week to keep my levels up... but if I don't the plaque on the back of my teeth comes back. Nonetheless I'm sure it's working even at this tiny dose... as if I don't take it the plaque comes back even faster. Wish they'd bring out a 200 ug dose... as this would probably be sufficient. A slightly bigger bottle of the stuff would be nice... as 60 tabs doesn't last very long... and starts to get expensive real fast. Nonetheless this is currently my favourite K2... as the 5 mg K2 (MK4) synthetic while effective is not as nice and the effects don't last as long ie. K2 Mk7 has more persistence in the body. :-)

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Mop up that toxin

Posted on Sep 17, 2012

3 people found the following review helpful

Carbons are very good at mopping up all kinds of toxins and adsorbing bacteria. They're a cheap chelation option and are probably under appreciated by doctors (who only use them for overdoses).

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Methyl Cobalamin

Posted on Jun 09, 2014

2 people found the following review helpful

100 ug of B12 in this but I like it a lot more than the more commonly available cyano-B12 (cyanide). According to the literature 75% of methyl-B12 is retained after 24 h. Compare this to only 25% for the cyano form. Contains Folate (the reduced form) rather than folic acid. Reduced means it's in it's active form and doesn't need to be activated. The reduced form is much more effective than the folic acid. Nice one Jarrow!!! Also like the fact that it contains a decent number of tablets. It's so popular that I keep having to order more. One warning... DON'T take it just before going to bed... you won't sleep. Much smarter to take it in the morning. Tried the adenosyl (dibencozide) form but don't like it as much even at 5x the dose. Wouldn't mind trying the hydroxo B12 form but it's seems to be something that you mainly get by injection. Always hated the cyano form... so absolutely do not miss it!!! Try reading Could it be B12 by Pacholok if you want a really interesting read about B12.

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MethylCobalamin is great but Iherb is a bit short of the other B12 forms

Posted on Sep 16, 2011

1 person found the following review helpful

I've been very pleased with the methyl form of B-12. I like it a lot more than the cyano-B12 which always made me feel a bit unwell. Unfortunately the B-complex I got had insufficient B12 to address a deficiency (only 100ug and needs to be 1000ug or better). I added this product recently and can feel the metabolism being stoked. I really wanted to try the adenosyl-B12 form and the hydroxo-B12 (normally injected or applied by nasal spray). The last two forms are particularly useful if you're having a problem with detoxing. I suspect high copper levels have been driving down my B12's or making them unable to work properly... and this is the first time I've been able to test this hypothesis. Iherb has the adenosyl-B12 form... but seems to be out of all the higher doses. They don't have the hydroxo-B12 form which would be nice to try. BTW: The hydroxo-B12 form has an affinity for the cyanide molecule... and is used in the treatment of cyanide poisoning (which explains at least part of it's detox effect).

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What a difference an electron makes?

Posted on Jul 14, 2014

1 person found the following review helpful

The difference between folate and folic acid is that folic acid has to be activated by the body before being used. That means your spare electrons end up being used to activate the product. If you haven't got many spare electrons you can't do much with it... plus you can end up depleting your supply of electrons? Much safer to use the activated form (folate). The folate makes you feel much better faster. You'll enjoy the folate much more than the folic acid. It's a similar story with other reduced substances. What a difference an electron makes? :-)

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