Multiple Sclerosis

Diet and Nutrition is the foundation of health combined with fresh water, proper elimination, exercise, rest and love. However, this backbone of a health program often needs extra nutrients in various doses to achieve specific healing properties. Supplements do not replace a healthy diet. They only supplement it. Many supplements are truly medicines; hence the name nutraceuticals. Prior to starting any supplements or making dietary changes, it is important to consult a physician first.

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  1. Alpha Lipoic Acid 250mg 90 Vcaps
  2. Alpha Lipoic Acid 600mg PLUS 60 vcaps
  3. B Complex
  4. Biest Bio Identical Hormone
  5. Borage Oil
  6. Cinnamon Ground Ceylon Organic
  7. Curcumin
  8. DHEA 10mg
  9. DHEA 25mg
  10. DHEA 50 mg
  11. Fish Oil 2600 Liquid
  12. K2 MK-7 D3
  13. Lecithin
  14. Magnesium (glycinate / malate)
  15. Magnesium Bisglycinate Powder
  16. Methyl B12
  17. NAC N-Acetylcysteine
  18. Neurochondria
  19. Orthomega Fish Oil Capsules 820
  20. Phosphatidyl Choline
  21. Progesterone Bio Identical Hormone
  22. Progesterone Cream
  23. Protosorb Magnesium
  24. Reacted Magnesium
  25. Testosterone for Men Bio Identical Hormone
  26. Testosterone for Women Bio Identical Hormone
  27. Turmeric Organic 1lb bag
  28. Ultra Preventative III 180 Caps
  29. Ultra Preventative III 180 Tabs
  30. Ultra Preventative X
  31. Ultra Pure Fish Oil 800
  32. Vitamin D / K2 Liquid
  33. Vitamin D 10,000 IU
  34. Vitamin D 2000iu
  35. Vitamin D 5,000 IU
  36. Vitamin D Liquid
  37. Vitamin D3 50,000 IU