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Supplements I Take | Dominique Sachse


Guiding you through the supplements I take.

DISCLAIMER: The statements made herein have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products & the information provided on this web site are not intended to treat, diagnose, cure, prevent or mitigate any condition or disease. As always, consult with your health care professional before taking any medication or nutritional supplement.

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Supplements:

1. AlloAlts Daily Best Ultra – Multivitamin – once a day
Daily Best™ Ultra offers vital nutrients for support of:

2. Bone health by providing adequate dietary intake of all the B Vitamins along with Vitamin D, Boron and Zinc.*

3. Hotze Vitamin D-3 – 5,000IU – once a day

4. Bronson Vitamin K Triple Play – 100 MCG K1 – 450 MCG K2

5. Iodoral – High Potency Iodine/Potassium Iodine- 12.5mg

6. Dr. Mercola Zinc Plus Selenium – Zinc 15mg – Selenium – 200mcg – Copper 0.25 mg

7. Dr. Mercola Liposomal Vitamin C – 1,000 mg per serving

Promoting a healthy heart, enhancing your immune system, helps protects against damaging free radicals*

8. Dr. Mercola Berberine and Micro PQQ – Berberine HCL 500mg – PQQ 10mg

9. Lifted Naturals Mood Boosting Probiotic – 30 Billion CFU – 9 Strains – Prebiotic GOS

10. Dr. Mercola Fermented Apple Cider Vinegar and Cayenne – 500mg/100mg

11. Sungergetic Serrapeptase – 40,000 SU

12. Optimal DIM Estrogen Balance – 200mg

13. Staying Cool Vitex and Black Cohosh Hot Flashes Menopause Relief

14. Dr. Mercola Organic Collagen from grass-fed beef bone broth (1.8g/3g)

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Vitamins and Supplements


Depending on the type of treatment regimen you use to control your diabetes, some vitamins may be of use to your condition.

Before taking any vitamin or supplements, check with your healthcare team and doctor for what affect it may have upon your diabetes.

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What is the Best Time to Take Vitamins and Supplements?


Andrew Lessman discusses when the best time to take vitamins and supplements is.

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Best Vegan Supplements: Q&A with Jenné


Is it important to take vitamins? Which supplements should I be taking? Are there certain vitamins that vegans need to use?

I get these questions all of the time, so in this video I’ll talk about the supplements I take and what they do for my body.
Of course you should be relying on a healthy plant-based diet to supply your body with necessary nutrients, but supplements are a great way to get that added boost!

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The vitamins I take daily:
– Vitamin C for immunity and healthy skin. I take 500mg 3x daily. A liquid vitamin C works best, but an inexpensive pill will work too.
– B complex for a balance of essential B vitamins including b12 (an important nutrient for neurological health). B complex vitamins are helpful for controlling stress too! Can be taken as a pill, injection at the doctor, liquid, or dissolvable tablet.
– Vegan Omega 3 with EPA and DHA for heart and brain health. This omega-3 supplement is sourced from algae. Unlike fish oil it is unlikely to be contaminated with harmful pollutants and heavy metals.
– Zinc for hormonal balance and immunity. This is particularly helpful for maintaining healthy skin.

What vitamins do you like to take and why? Or are you opposed to taking supplements? Share your thoughts below!

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The Only Vitamins You Actually Need On A Daily Basis


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We all have friends who swear by their vitamin routine — their Vitamin C pills prevent them from getting colds, or their Vitamin D supplement really does boost their mood in the winter. But how much of this is the placebo effect? And how much of it actually works? The following vitamins are highly recommended for optimal health. Whether you decide to get these through nutritious foods or quick supplements is up to you…

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Folate | 1:59
Vitamin C | 2:40
Vitamin B6 | 3:30
Vitamin B12 | 4:18
Vitamin D | 4:57
Calcium | 5:34
Magnesium | 6:22
Iron | 7:07
So, do we need vitamins? | 7:41

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Do Vitamins & Supplements Help Heart Health?


Everyday we get questions about vitamins and heart health. Do certain vitamins prevent heart disease? Are there supplements that can lower your risk for a cardiac event? Here are some answers to the most popular questions.

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Should Cancer Patients Take Vitamins and Supplements? | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute?


Should vitamins and supplements be a part of a cancer patient’s diet? Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center Nutritionist Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO, discusses the best foods and diet for cancer patients.

This video was originally filmed as part of a live video webchat, “The Best Foods and Diet for Cancer Treatment and Survivorship,” held on March 25, 2015. View the entire webchat here:

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You really want to go back to your dietician and to your doctor with any of these questions, because certain supplements are important and helpful. Some people need to take Vitamin D. Some people need to take probiotics. Magnesium sometimes, if your blood level is low from chemo.

But there are other supplements that can actually reduce the effectiveness of your treatment. For example, taking high-dose antioxidant pills during radiation therapy may reduce its effectiveness—same thing for chemo. So, you don’t want to be going through all of this and doing something that’s inadvertently sort of compromising its success to some extent.

One thing that people often are understandably confused about is, ‘Well, then I guess I shouldn’t eat blueberries, because those have antioxidants.’ And the issue and concern is just with supplements, which can be high dose, potent, and also to some extent a lack of regulation, so we don’t want you skipping those fruits and veggies. We want you picking those and asking your doctor about the supplements. Don’t just start taking vitamins thinking they’re going to fill in the gaps.

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Heavy Vitamin B Intake Linked to Lung Cancer


Ohio State researchers have found a clear link between heavy usage of vitamins B6 and B12 supplements and lung cancer in men.

The study, led by Theodore Brasky, PhD, from The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute, showed that the risk of developing lung cancer doubled for male non-smokers who heavily consumed the supplements over a 10-year period. That increase in risk jumped to three-to-four times for men who smoked.

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Elevate Your Nutrition with Nature Made Vitamins and Supplements


Most of your daily vitamins should come from the food you eat! But for many of us, including more than 70 percent of adults, a balanced diet isn’t enough to receive all of our needed nutrients.

Enter Nature Made, a wellness industry leader committed to offering science-backed, quality products. As a pharmacist-recommended vitamin and supplement brand, Nature Made leads the way in everything from ingredient sourcing, to industry-leading manufacturing practices, and investment in new innovations. 

Their commitment to quality is critical because each year Nature Made produces more than 150 kinds of supplements, filling 120 million bottles with 11.5 billion tablets, capsules, softgels, and gummies. They continue to push the supplement industry forward, and set the standards that become the model for industry-wide regulation.

From children to adults, stay tuned to learn why increasing your vitamin intake is important for your long-term health!

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Vitamins and Supplements: An Evidence-Based Approach


Dr. Jeffrey Tice, UCSF Department of Medicine, looks at vitamin use and the benefits and harms from these dietary supplements. [11/2013] [Show ID: 25642]

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