Alpha Base Capsules w/ Iron by Ortho Molecular, Inc. 240 count
Share This Product
- Provides Baseline Nutrition for a Variety of Protocols
- Full Spectrum Antioxidant Protection
- Builds Metabolic Reserve and Protects Against Dietary Deficiencies
- Protects Against Stress-Induced Nutrient Depletion
- Supports Healthy Metabolism
It is well-established that good nutrition promotes health, while nutritional deficiencies can lead to many chronic diseases. Yet, many people underestimate the importance of achieving proper levels of micronutrients each day. For the human body to complete vital daily tasks, it must be given a wide and complex variety of key micronutrients. Micronutrients play a role in strengthening immune function and converting food into energy. They detoxify chemicals and medications, and manufacture neurotransmitters, hormones and other key signaling molecules in the body. Micronutrients also maintain tissue repair and cell regeneration. Becoming deficient in any one of these essential vitamins or minerals can create a breakdown metabolic processes that safeguard health. Comprehensive studies conducted by the United States Department of Agriculture have revealed the average American diet lacks micronutrients. Nutritional deficiencies may be caused by poor nutrient levels in the soil, food transport and storage methods, and food processing techniques. In addition, deficiencies can also be caused by highly processed and refined foods, food additives, medications, alcohol consumption, smoking, heavy metal exposure and high stress levels. Whatever the reason, nutrient deficiencies exist in a substantial portion of the U.S. population and, for select nutrients, more than 80% of Americans consume less than the recommended daily allowance (RDA). Although recommended nutrient intakes have been established as minimum guidelines for healthy individuals, these guidelines were not designed to address the micronutrient needs of all individuals, especially those with chronic health concerns. While these guidelines can help prevent a severe nutrient deficiency, standards such as the RDA are not a reflection of optimal daily intake. For these reasons, a daily multivitamin is a prudent choice for most individuals. Alpha Base is a superior multivitamin designed to support the ideal daily intake of vitamins and minerals by providing a high quality source of nutrients in the most bioavailable form.
Alpha Base is a comprehensive, hypo-allergenic, multivitamin and mineral blend. As a complete multivitamin, Alpha Base provides high-quality nutrients to build a healthy micronutrient reserve. USP* B vitamins support energy production and folate (as Quatrefolic™ – 100% 5-MTHF), the biologically active form of folic acid, improves methylation. Albion® TRAACS® chelated mineral complexes enhance bioavailability. Alpha Base includes an optimal 2:1 magnesium to calcium ratio. Key antioxidant vitamin C, natural vitamin E mixed tocopherols and carotenoids protect cells from free radical damage. Alpha Base also includes the synergistic blend of vitamin K2 (as MK-7) and D3 which are critical for supporting bone strength and cardiovascular health.
4-8 capsules per day with food or as recommended by your health care professional.
Using the best vitamin and mineral ingredients available, and formulated using the highest standards into an efficacious super supplement, Alpha Base multivitamin surpasses all others in providing a safe, effective program for life-long nutritional support.
The Alpha Base Difference:
- Excellent mineral sources and a 2:1 magnesium to calcium ratio.
- USP/NF ingredients wherever available.
- Fully reacted minerals have a higher assimilation rate than others.
- High levels of antioxidants, reducing free radical damage.
- Formulated as the base regimen for all other Ortho Molecular products, ensuring that, when taken properly, patients will be assured of non-conflicting dosages.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.