Minerals & Vitamins
Minerals, amino acids, and vitamins are the foundational building blocks of cellular health and biochemical reactions. They help stabilize cell membranes, potentials, and electrolytes and aid in immunity. There are multiple choices here, depending on what you are looking for.
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Helpful for Long haulers and people with low nitric oxide! Free form amino acid, high purity, well tolerated. Involved in the metabolism of ammonia waste in the urea cycle, and in vasodilation pathways* Supplemental L-citrulline may be useful when endogenous supplies of ornithine carbamoyltransferase are insufficient*
CT Minerals is a liquid mineral supplement, derived from humic/fulvic acid, which has dual purposes of supporting adequate mineral levels as well as supporting drainage and clearing of waste/toxic accumulation in the system.
This is for use for minerals. The emotional need for this if you don’t believe in yourself. Use according to standard homeopathic indications for self-limiting conditions.
Since Hydroxygen from Cellcore is out of stock, try this one for hyper oxygenation! For the temporary relief of fatigue, weakened memory or fogginess, minor muscle or joint pain, or occasional headaches.
Dr. Jess loves this product for adults and kiddos! Great for energy and if you have recurrent viral infections or Long Haulers. Vitamin C is a potent water-soluble antioxidant, and even in small amounts can protect us from damage by free radicals. It is vital to immune function and is an essential cofactor in many enzymatic reactions in the body. It is truly our most universal antioxidant.* Buffered form is well tolerated* Supports immune function* Helps repair […]
Zinc has been shown to be useful for Long Haulers. Zinc Lozenge by Seeking Health provides 15 mg of TRAACS® zinc bisglycinate chelate in an easy-to-use lozenge format. Zinc may help support normal cell growth, a healthy immune system, and healthy wound repair processes. It is an essential mineral that activates more than 70 enzymes within the human body, including those that assist with protein […]
Selenium is an important trace mineral, and as an “essential” nutrient, your body does not produce selenium on its own. Therefore, it must come from diet or supplementation. Low levels of selenium can have an adverse impact on the heart, joints, eyes, and the immune, endocrine, and reproductive systems.