This product contains over 100 nutritents per capsule including the following:
Vitamin A (Beta Carotein Seaweed/Palmitate), 7500 IU: This nutrient is involved in vision, smell, hearing, taste, reproduction, adrenal and thyroid glands, metabolic rate, energy, body temperature, skin, and infections in the throat.
Vitamin C (Calcium Ascorbate), 500 mg: Those deficient in this nutrient bruise easily and their blood vessels are so weak that their gums bleed when brushing them even lightly.
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine Mononitrate), 20 mg: B complex vitamins smell because they contain sulfur and nitrogen. If you take oral contraceptives, you are deficient in B1
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin), 7 mg: Exercise, pharmaceuticals and consistent sinus problems are signs we require more B2. It is also responsible for converting protein into amino acids. Vitamin G was the original name for riboflavin (B2).
Vitamin B3 (Niacinamide), 50 mg: This is the best form of niacin to take because it doesn't make your face red and flushed. B3 metabolizes bad triglycerides and lowers the risk of cancer.
NOTE: Vitamin B-4 (Adenine) is currently not considered an essential nutrient because it is readily available in grains and cereals. This nutrient must be present in the diet in order for the body to produce adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
Vitamin B5 (d-Calcium Pantothenate), 100 mg: Essential for the synthesis of steroid hormones naturally found in the body including adrenal hormones. In highly stressed situations, more B5 is better than 'just' enough especially if you suffer from allergies. People suffering from rheumatoid arthritis have decreased levels of B5.
Vitamin B6 (Pyrodoxine HLC) 20 mg: B-6 controls temper tantrums, mood swings, PMS, carpal tunnel syndrome and a number of mental disorders, including clinical depression and schizophrenia.
Biotin 250 mcg: Also known as Vitamin B7 or Vitamin H but it is actually just biotin. However, biotin is essential for metabolizing and controlling protein, fats, carbs, blood sugar, amino, lactic and pyruvic acids.
Folate (Folic Acid), 400 mcg: Folate is B8 which is Folic Acid B9 which kind of is Folacin or B11 that is yet another form of folic acid too. This nutrient is essential for red blood cell division and immunity. Alcoholics, pregnant women, people who eat fast foods and the elderly all benefit from this vitamin.
Vitamin B10 aka PABA (Para Amino Benzoic Acid), 30 mg: PABA aids healthy bacteria, the formation of red blood cells, protects against the sun, and returns prematurely gray hair to its natural color.
Vitamin B12 (Cyanacobalamin), 400 mcg: B-12 is important in healing ligament and disc problems, energy, surgical recovery, anemia, cancer, insomnia, vary forms of depression and stress.
NOTE: Vitamin B13 (Orotic acid) is primarily used for the metabolization of folic acid and vitamin B12. It is found in root vegetables and is good for multiple sclerosis and liver-related complications, which leads to premature aging.
Vitamin B15 (Pangamic Acid) is also not included as the body only needs it if you are a serious alcoholic or someone with degenerative liver problems that only your physician can diagnose. They may refer to it as the 'hangover' helper.
Vitamin B16 (Amygdalin) is also sometimes known as laetrile or B17 is a nutritional compound of two sugar molecules, (benzaldehyde and cyanide). It is used in an unaccepted form of cancer treatment.
Choline (Bitartrate), 450 mg: This partner in the B-Complex family works well with essential fatty acids. It improves short-term memory in normal, senile and people in the beginning stages of Alzheimer's Disease.
Inositol, 200 mg: Another B-Complex family member, inositol promotes alpha adrenergic activity which benefits the heart's coronary vessels, clearing cholesterol and burning body fat.
Vitamin D (Cholecalciferol), 300 IU: Fungus on the feet? Stinky bowel? You're deficient. Vitamin D detoxifies, prevents PMS and breaks down carbohydrates. Many elderly people are deficient in this vitamin, probably due to a lack of sunlight, but more likely due to dietary depletion.
Vitamin E (tocopherol blend), 200 IU: Vitamin E delays many effects of aging, prevents fibrocystic breast disease, edema (fluid retention), is essential in blood clots, scar tissue, burns, headaches, and should always be taken with proper amounts of selenium and Vitamin C.
NOTE: Vitamin F is a pet term for essential fatty acids like those in Lemmon's Oil. Also note, Vitamins B18 through B-gazillion and Vitamins I, J, L, etc aren't anything to concern ourselves with so I won't be covering them here...
Vitamin K (Phytonadione), 50 mcg: Antibiotics deplete the body of vitamin K. Ever taken an anti-biotic? Did you know it could take YEARS to replace what those drugs deplete? Vitamin K is found in dark green vegetables.
Bioflavinoids (Rutin, Quercitin), 500 mg: While technically not vitamins, 50 different bioflavinoids are found in the pulp of citrus fruits, in pine bark and even grape seeds. They act as antioxidants and are natural tendon and ligament healers that are also dandy anti-inflammatory agents.
NOTE: Vitamin "P" as they were first known are not essential but if you have aches and pains in your joints, you're going to love us for including them.
Boron (Chelate),10 mg: This mineral is required for the maintenance of bone and normalizing blood levels of estrogen and testosterone. In fact, within a week ladies, you will lose less than half the calcium, a third less magnesium and twenty five percent less phosphorus through your urine than you are used to just by taking this supplement.
Calcium (Citrate/ Chelate), 500 mg: If you are deficient, the thyroid gland fails as the body begins absorbing it from the intestines and bones.
Chloride (Potassium Chloride), 340 mg: Potassium chloride helps acidify tissues in people when their joints and bursae sacs ache (bursitis). It activates numerous enzymes and is the basic raw material for our stomachs to make stomach acid (HCl) for protein digestion (pepsin - a protease enzyme).
Chromium (Polynicotinate/Chloride), 300 mcg: This does what they say it does. It helps keep blood sugar levels steady so you can fight off cravings for sugar and carbohydrates while burning fat.
Chromium is a mineral that dieters seem to get a little obsessed over but you do not need more chromium in your diet as much as you need all the other minerals. If you insist on taking chromium, use 300 mcg of chromium poly-NICOTINATE (GTF) not picolinate for every 100 pounds of lean mass you carry.
Copper (Gluconate), 2 mg: Many times PMS, candida albicans, and even anemia disappears once a woman overcomes her copper deficiencies. Men, this nutrient is wonderful for the prostate.
Iodine (Kelp/Potassium Iodine), 150 mcg: Iodine is required if like certain people, you have recurrent sinus infections. This stems from an over active thyroid using up your iodine. Iodine will also adjust vaginal discharge.
Iron (Chelate), 4 mg: Symptoms of iron deficiency include listlessness, fatigue, heart palpitations, reduced cognition, memory deficits, sore tongue, angular stomatitis, dysphagia, and hypochromic microcytic anemia.
Magnesium (Citrate/Chelate), 450 mg: This nutrient is essential for calcium and potassium assimilation, contributes to proper nerve and muscle impulses and assists in the correction of nervousness, muscle weakness, heart palpitations, light headiness, diarrhea, most hormonal issues.
NOTE: Fluoride from tap water and toothpaste, refined sugar and corn syrup and artificial sweeteners will deplete you of magnesium in a heartbeat. Magnesium carbonate, chloride and oxide are inorganic forms and are less absorbable than the chelated citrate we use.
Manganese (Gluconate), 10 mg: No, this isn't magnesium listed twice. This nutrient helps the thyroid gland produce hormones, speeds the metabolism function and without it Vitamin C and the B-complexes cannot do their jobs.
Molybdenum (Chelate), 75 mcg: It has been claimed that molybdenum influences the susceptibility to esophageal cancer. Studies suggest that cancer patients are deficient in molybdenum.
Phosphorous (di Calcium Phosphate), 100 mg: A phosphorus deficiency leads to not only osteoarthritis, but kidney stones, urinary tract and tartar on your teeth.
Selenium (l-Selenomethionine), 200 mcg: Also very helpful in preventing herpes outbreaks, preventing cellular mutation, cancers and if you are in treatment for AIDS, try taking 2,000 mcg of selenium daily
Vanadium (Vanadyl Sulfate), 150 mcg: Vanadium improves insulin action, inhibits formation of cholesterol in blood vessels and in the nervous system and improves the mineralization of bones and teeth.
Vanadyl Sulfate is a tool used by athletes to store extra glycogen, or sugar, inside the muscle for a more pumped look which could also contribute to greater strength (the extra glycogen, not the pump). Problem is, that doesn't work. The key word is EXTRA.
Zinc (Gluconate/Sulfate), 30 mg: Zinc helps with sexual function, mood stability, immunity and prevents body odor.
Grape Seed Extract (95% standardized OPC), 25 mg: OPC's are very powerful bioflavonoids that are assimilated into our body tissues and strengthen the blood within hours!
Dimethylglycime (DMG), 25 mg: This is another amino acid that specifically stimulates T-cell production, thus its job is to maintain the immune system.
Polyfloramin, 100 mcg: What the heck is this? It is basically all that is good taken from their exclusive blend of plant source trace minerals. The following colloidal minerals are found in Don Lemmon's Multi Nutrient Formula: Antimony, Arsenic, Aluminum, Barium, Beryllium, Bismuth, Boron, Bromine, Cadmium, Carbon, Cerium, Cesium, Chromium, Cobalt, Dysprosium, Erbium, Europium, Fluorine, Gadolinium, Gallium, Germanium, Gold, Hafnium, Holmium, Hydrogen, Iridium, Iron, Lanthanum, Lithium, Lutetium, Neodymium, Nickel, Niobium, Osmium, Oxygen, Palladium, Platinum, Praseodymium, Rhenium, Rhodium, Rubidium, Ruthenium, Samarium, Scandium, Silicon, Silver, Strontium, Tantalum, Tellurium, Terbium, Thallium, Thorium, Tin, Titanium, Tungsten, Vanadium, Ytterbium, Yttrium, and Zirconium.