Other Recommended Supplements


As a general rule, if the label doesn’t state Non GMO, or Vegan or Vegetarian, it isn’t.

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A listing of the vitamins we use personally

Liposomal vitamin C

If you prefer (and can afford) to take Liposomal vitamin C: (1g Liposomal equates to 3.5g ascorbic acid but costs about 11x more). We use the powder for maintenance, and occasionally the lipo as well for acute treatments.
Liposomal vitamin C US, UKFR

Vitamin D3

Unlike water soluble vitamins, the fat soluble vitamin D3 can be stored by your body. That will keep your antioxidant protection high during the night without the energy boost that might stop you from falling asleep like vitamin C can. This is why we advise you only take your vitamin C during the day. Half life of vitamin C in the body is 30 minutes, so any one dose is mostly gone within two hours.


(Warning: Do not use Niacin before reading about it’s flush effect!)
Any brand of niacin will do as long as you make sure it’s Nicotinic Acid. The others are toxic for your liver. Write the maker and ask if in doubt. We’ve confirmed this one is nicotinic acid: Niacin (US), Also available in France: FR

For more information, we also highly recommend 2013 Orthomolecular Hall of Fame Inductee Andrew Saul‘s excellent site DoctorYourself.com

We unfortunately cannot describe why we prefer certain of these more than others as the expanding FDA legislation makes it illegal for a seller to claim health benefits of nutrients.