It can be challenging to distinguish between good and bad nutritional supplement companies and find a trustworthy source. To guarantee that you and your loved ones are consuming only the finest quality supplements, we are pleased to provide a complete range of products through our online account with Fullscript. Our patients can now use the same physician-grade supplements that Drs. Rosenthal and Marini use personally and prescribe to others with confidence.
Please talk to one of the doctors if you have any questions or requests or if you have a health concern that may require modifying or avoiding certain supplements.
Quercetin Avoid Quercetin if you have hypothyroidism
Vitamin D Blood work performed in the summer and again in the winter (when there is little sun exposure) is the only way to know how much you need to supplement throughout the year. Most people will find that they would greatly benefit from the supplementation of vitamin D3. According to the Institute of Medicine, 4000 IU is the safe upper level of daily vitamin D intake. However, doses up to 10,000 IU have not been shown to cause toxicity in healthy individuals. Primal Multi contains 2000 IU of vitamin D Do not supplement with vitamin D if you have sarcoidosis, a high amount of phosphate in the blood, a high amount of calcium in the blood, an excessive amount of vitamin D in the body, a blockage of the arteries called arteriosclerosis obliterans, kidney stones or decreased kidney function. First, talk to the doctor prior to taking.
Zinc Do not exceed more than 40 mg of zinc each day. Zinc Supreme contains 30 mg. Check to see if any of the other supplements that you are taking contain zinc (making it unnecessary to further supplement). Primal Multi has 15 mg of zinc.