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Turmeric Root (5% curcumin)

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Curcumin is a at least 10 times more active as an antioxidant than Vitamin E & superoxide dismutase (key antioxidant).

Black Pepper

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Cinnamon Bark

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Turmeric Root - extract (95% Curcumin)

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Curcumin is a at least 10 times more active as an antioxidant than Vitamin E & superoxide dismutase (key antioxidant).

Enchinacea - extract

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Prunella vulgaris - extract

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Portulaca oleracea - extract

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Coenzyme Q10

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Goldenseal Root - extract

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Cayenne Pepper

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Alfalfa - extract

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Pyrroloquinoline Quinone (PQQ)

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6mg daily or more PQQ per day are needed to effect changes, (such as antioxidant activities or C-reactive protein levels) & is naturally found in human milk (to support cellular growth) reproductive & growth-promoting factor when combined with a purified diet. PQQ is utilized in bacteria as a redox cycling cofactor & synthesized from a polypeptide precursor. Humans consume less than 2mg daily on average from foods.

Warning: If one has hypothyroidism (under-active), ask multiple medical professionals about avoiding:

radiation; excessive iodine (more than 99 mcg daily - including Kelp); & Lemon Balm.

However, small amounts of Lemon Balm may or may not help with hyperthyroidism (over-active); however not hypothyroidism. This is due to the fact that Lemon Balm & excessive iodine (including Kelp) both help control an over-active thyroid via the TSH & TRH process, so naturally this would worsen a thyroid that is already damaged (under-active) from radioactive iodine (search) used in the medical field.

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