It is not my intention to prescribe, promote or make specific health claims for any of the following products, vitamins or supplements. Should you require more information for any particular health reason it is advised that you consult your physician.

B-12 (Cyanocobalamin)

  • a powerful blood building factor
  • key nutrient for new growth
  • important factor in maintaining health of nervous system, including brain cells
  • necessary for normal digestion, absorption of foods, protein synthesis and carbohydrate and fat metabolism
  • good sources are found in liver, kidney, muscle meats, fish, dairy products, meat, eggs


  • all of the B-Vitamins together
  • they are coenzymes involved in energy production
  • important for normal functioning of nervous system, healthy hair, skin, eyes, liver and mouth and gastrointestinal tract muscle tone
  • good sources are found in brewer's yeast, liver or whole grain cereal


  • performs several functions in metabolism of fats and production of energy
  • helps synthesize amino and fatty acids and form RNA and DNA
  • helps in the maintenance of healthy sweat glands, nerve tissue, skin, hair and bone marrow
  • good sources are found in brewer’s yeast, liver, kidney, unpolished rice, soy flour, soy beans, egg yolk, cauliflower, mushrooms

VITAMIN C (Ascorbic Acid, Calcium Ascorbate)

  • vital to collagen formation, the connective substance in all cells
  • an antioxidant, it helps defend cells from the effects of smoke and pollution and other highly reactive substances called free radicals
  • helps in healing, in production of red blood cells, and in fighting bacterial infections
  • need when there is an increase of physical stress
  • good sources are found in fresh fruits and berries (especially citrus), green vegetables, onions, tomatoes, radishes, rose hips


  • aids in nerve transmission, utilization of fat and hormone production
  • helps maintain normal kidney and bladder function
  • good sources are found in egg yolks, milk, meat, legumes and whole grain cereals

VITAMIN D (Calciferol)

  • necessary to calcium and phosphorus utilization
  • promotes strong bones and teeth, prevents rickets, works to maintain good health and vitality
  • protects against muscle weakness
  • helps regulate the heart (through calcium absorption)
  • good sources are found in egg yolk, fish, fish liver oil, tuna, milk, dairy products

VITAMIN E (Tocopherol)

  • an antioxidant that prevents premature reaction of oxygen in the body, prevents breakdown of many substances in the body
  • essential to the use of oxygen by muscles, helps improve circulation and promotes normal clotting and healing
  • prolongs life of red blood cells
  • good sources are found in most vegetable oils, wheat germ, soybean oil, safflower oil, raw seeds and nuts, eggs, leafy vegetables, beef liver, meat, milk, molasses, peanuts, legumes (soybean, peas, beans) unrefined cereal products, whole wheat


  • helps synthesize nucleic acids such as RNA and DNA
  • necessary for red blood cell production, growth, and reproduction
  • women who consume healthful diets with adequate folate may reduce the risk of having a child with birth defects of the brain or spinal cord
  • good sources are found in Brewer’s yeast, liver, and green leafy vegetables


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