Call Allied Chiropractic Center and get those brands that Dr. Press has already researched and found to contain only the best ingredients.
[“bid” means twice a day – i.e. one in the morning, and one at night.]
[“qd” means once a day]
For any adult over the age of 30:
*1.- Resveratrol – 100mg bid.
*2.- “No Flush Niacin” (Niacin Hexanicotinate): 100mg bid.
*3.- Vitamin D - 5000 I.U. qd
*4.- Purified (hi EPA DHA) Fish Oil- 100mg, bid
*5.- Cholestene Brand (Red Yeast Rice)- 2 caps, bid
*6.- In place of aspirin, we now prescribe Nattokinase 1 tab at night
*7.- To provide the anti-inflammatory effect of Aspirin, we also recommend MSM (methylsonfonylmethane), around 1tsp, bid.
1.- Resveratrol is the active ingredient in the wine which caused the “French Paradox”, the highest saturated fat diet in western Europe and the lowest rates of coronary artery disease. This keeps your arteries flexible and, at a minimum helps prevent hardening of the arteries (arteriosclerosis). Recent research shows it actually modulates one of the genes that causes aging! And, it’s use has been tied to reduced levels of prostate, colon and breast cancer.
2.- Niacin is proven to raise the good cholesterol, the HDL’s. THESE have cardioprotective benefits.
3.- Vitamin D is being shown more and more to be helpful in preventing numerous conditions, like cardiovascular disease, and certain cancers, breast disease, and even autism.
4.- Fish Oil contains all kinds of good stuff, but it helps keep your blood from clotting and reduces the inflammation (CrP) that is involved in the formation of arterial plaque.
5.- When they discovered that the red yeast that grows on rice contained a Lipitor-like substance, the FDA tried to get the companies to remove it from their formulae. On information, knowledge and belief, we understand that only this brand fought to keep it in. In this case the BRAND does make a difference.
All the above are FOOD supplements, NOT drugs:
You can buy all of the above right here at Allied Chiropractic Center. We even have a price guarantee posted in the office.