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Vitamins/Minerals/Amino Acids

Vitamins, minerals and amino acids form the brick-and-mortar foundation of a healthy body. The 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee reported that many Americans fall short in obtaining sufficient quantities of these important nutrients, including vitamins A, C, D and E, folate, calcium, magnesium, potassium and fiber. Also, the prevalence of insufficient nutrient intake tends to increase with age. Thirty-five to 40 percent of older adults who do not take supplements have inadequate B-6 intake, and older adults often have difficulty obtaining enough B-12 from their diet. Supplementation with vitamins, minerals and amino acids can play a valuable role in helping to fill these gaps.

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  1. Magnesium/Potassium Complex
    Magnesium/Potassium Complex
    Magnesium and Potassium 1:1 ratio
  2. Magnesium Glycinate
    Magnesium Glycinate
    Magnesium from Magnesium Glycinate Amino acid chelate
  3. Selenium+Vit E
    Selenium+Vit E
    Provides 400 IU of vitamin E and 50 mcg of selenium
  4. Aminoblend ™
    Aminoblend ™
    A balanced formula of 18 L-crystalline amino acids
  5. Vanadyl Sulfate
    Vanadyl Sulfate
    Vanadium bound to sulfur 1.4 mg
  6. Liquid Magnesium
    Liquid Magnesium
    Magnesium Citrate in a pomegranate-flavored liquid sweetened with stevia
  7. Zinc Picolinate (Tablets)
    Zinc Picolinate (Tablets)
    Zinc Picolinate 20 mg
  8. Zinc Lozenges
    Zinc Lozenges
    Zinc glycinate 10 mg lozenge
  9. L-Carnitine
    L-Carnitine
    L-Carnitine 250 mg capsule
  10. Niacinate
    Niacinate
    Niacin from Inositol Hexaniacinate to reduce flushing effects of niacin
  11. MSM Capsules
    MSM Capsules
    750 mg MSM capsule
  12. MSM + Vitamin C
    MSM + Vitamin C
    500 mg MSM + Vitamin C and Molybdenum
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