probiotic; omega 3; cod liver oil; Vit E (400iu); Vit D3 (5,000 iu); curcumin (500-2,000); RM-10; iodine; indole 3 carbinol (200mg x2); milk thistle; coQ10; selenium; B-12; Vit C (500-1,000mg); CALM (Magnesium 350mg); CALM PLUS (magnesium, calcium, potassium, C, D, Boron); panex ginseng; gingko biloba; glucosamine, MSM & chondroitin; Garden of Life Perfect Food; Trader Joes’s Super Red Powder; Concentrace Mineral Drops; chlorophyll; quercetin
“There is no supplement that I recommend more often than quercetin.” – Donald Yance, Herbal Medicine, Healing & Cancer, A Comprehensive Program for Prevention and Treatment
Here is a helpful article by Dr. Mark Hyman on Savvy Supplement Shopping.
Please remember, it is critically important to consult with and be supervised by a certified nutritionist, a naturopathic Dr. or an integrative Dr regarding supplements. These heath-care specialists are specially trained in prescribing general, preventative and therapeutic levels of appropriate vitamins and minerals specific to one’s condition and needs. And this can change depending on lab tests.