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Recommended Supplements for Online Ordering

 

I’m pleased to offer Fullscript, an easy way to order professional-grade supplements from the industry’s largest online dispensary. The products you’ll see listed by clicking the link below are my recommendations, but please be aware they are not meant to replace personalized advice or treatment. Please contact our office if you have any questions.

 

NOTE: These products are only from manufacturers or sites that have gained our confidence through considerable research and experience. Good manufacturers determine quality by considering: (1) the quality of science behind the product; (2) the quality of the ingredients themselves; (3) the quality of the manufacturing process; and (4) the synergism among product components. The brands of supplements I recommend are those that meet high standards for quality. While these supplements may be more costly than those at pharmacies or health food stores, the value must also include assurance of their purity, quality, bioavailability (ability to be properly absorbed and utilized by the body), and effectiveness. You are under no obligation to buy products from this website alone, but be please be aware that you are not guaranteed the same level of quality when you purchase supplements from the general marketplace. We are not suggesting that such products have no value; however, given the lack of stringent testing requirements for dietary supplements, product quality may vary widely.

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According to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, as amended, Section 201(g)(1), the term drug is defined as an “article intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or prevention of disease.” Technically, vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, herbs, or homeopathic remedies are not classified as drugs. However, these substances can have significant effects on physiology and must be used rationally. Although these products may also be suggested with a specific therapeutic purpose in mind, their use is chiefly designed to support given aspects of metabolic function. Use of nutritional supplements may be safely recommended for patients already using pharmaceutical medications (drugs), but some potentially harmful interactions may occur. For this reason, it is important to keep all your healthcare providers fully informed about all medications and nutritional supplements, herbs or hormones you may be taking.