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Multivitamins

A complete multinutrient designed specifically for maximum hormonal and metabolic activation in one bottle, virtually eliminating the need for supplemental Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Vitamin A, Vitamin K, and extra minerals. This formula incorporates the latest scientific research on nutrition and metabolic functions. Individual nutrients are formulated for maximum bioavailability, synergy, hormonal/ metabolic activation and anti-oxidant capacity.

“Virtually everyone can benefit from these comprehensive multivitamins with high levels of ingredients. My patients report an increase in energy and improvement in their well being. Remember to take 2 capsules twice daily with meals.” Ella Remenson, MD


RxOmega

EPA and DHA are omega-3 fatty acids from fish oil, which promote cardiovascular health by supporting healthy triglyceride and lipid metabolism, maintaining healthy blood flow, and supporting healthy platelet function.

They support optimal joint function and skin hydration by maintaining healthy prostaglandin and leukotriene production.

“This is not like any fish oil capsule that you can purchase in a store. It has a higher level of essential fatty acid. It is pure and the best part is, it does not cause burping.” Ella Remenson, MD


OsteoMD

OsteoMD This formula is designed specifically to maintain existing bone and increase bone mass based on the latest clinical research. This formula is can be used independantly or with Essentials 5in1 for even more bone-building support from additional Vitamin D3 and Vitamin K2, which also support cardiac and cognitive function.

“Many patients, who were unable to take Calcium due to constipation and upset stomach, were pleased with this supplement. No side effects and great ingredients, including Boron, Magnesium, and Vitamin K2 to strengthen the bones.” Ella Remenson, MD


PureBiotic

PureBiotic Probiotic to Restore Gastrointestinal Balance*Designed for a complete intestinal repopulation of upper and lower intestines with 27 billion cultures from 13 different clinically supported strains per serving. This advanced probiotic formula is used to repopulate the intestinal bacteria in those with poor B-vitamin production, antibiotic use, fungal infections, constipation, diarrhea, GERD, IBS, Crohn’s disease, and Ulcerative colitis. It can be used to protect the gut against infections during travel and antibiotic use.

“Not all probiotics are created equal. Variety (13 different strains) and quantity (27 billion cultures) is what makes this probiotic powerful. They are especially helpful for patients with chronic constipation, frequent yeast infection, and those with weakened immune systems caused by frequent antibiotics, steroids and other medications.” Ella Remenson, MD


RxIron

RxIron Supports healthy hemoglobin levels and red blood cell formation.

This formula is designed to aid in increasing blood ferritin levels and production of red blood cells, while providing maximum absorption and minimal gastric side effects.

“Patients with bleeding tendencies and anemia often have difficulty tolerating iron supplements, this however is not the case with RxIron. With rare gastrointestinal side effects, rapid absorption in the body results in improvement of anemia within a few weeks. It should always be taken with or shortly after meals, ideally with Vitamin C, and definitely apart from any acid suppressing medications, such as, Pepcid, Prilosec and others.” Ella Remenson, MD


RxD3

Vitamin D3 with Grapefruit Seed Extract 5000 Unit CapsulesVitamin D3, considered both a hormone and a vitamin, is manufactured in response to skin’s exposure to sunlight and is essential to the body’s absorption of calcium. Natural vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is four times more potent than synthetic vitamin D2. Vitamin D3 has a significant impact on bone health and the immune system.

Micellization creates highly absorbable ball-like aggregate structures. Because of the nature of the micellar structure, micellization can solubilize fat-soluble compounds inside the ball and increase solubility and absorption of the compounds in the double layer dramatically, hence increasing their bioavailability. Data shows that absorption levels of the micellized form is 4.5 to 5.4 times faster than the oil form and absorbed nearly twice as fast as the emulsified form. Once nutrients become water-soluble through micellization they are now 500 % more absorbable through the gastrointestinal lining.

“Vitamin D3 deficiency is very common. Reasons for that are unclear. Perhaps it has to do with preservatives and artificial ingredients in our daily diet, wide spread use of acid suppressing medication, or the need to protect our skin from the sun. Blood levels of Vitamin D3 should be between 50-70 in order to provide multiple benefits of Vitamin D3, including possible protection from all cancers combined. Have your blood level of Vitamin D3 checked to see if you need to be on the supplement.” Ella Remenson, MD


Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 5000 IU gelcaps

Our Vitamin D softgels supply this key vitamin in a highly-absorbable liquid softgel form. They feature 5000 IU of vitamin D3—the most bioavailable form of vitamin D.

  • Supports calcium absorption and bone health
  • Supports immune health
  • Supports dental health
  • Provides potential support for breast, prostate, cardiovascular, and colon health
  • D3 (Cholecalciferol) provides 300% more potency than D2 (Ergocalciferol)

Vitamin D is normally obtained from the diet or produced by the skin from the ultraviolet energy of the sun. However, it is not abundant in food. As more people avoid sun exposure, Vitamin D supplementation becomes even more necessary to ensure that your body receives an adequate supply.

“Do we all need to be on vitamin D supplement? Ask your doctor to check your blood level. The ideal range is 50-70, even though most laboratories state 30-100 as normal. The dose needed to bring the vitamin D to the optimal level may range from 1,000 IU to 10,000 IU daily depending on how low your baseline is.” Ella Remenson, MD

*Dr. Ella Remenson’s comments are based on her own clinical experiences.