Gastrointestinal Support

Proactive Steps to Strengthen GI Health By Chris D. Meletis, ND Often, we don’t pay attention to our intestinal health unless we develop an obvious gastrointestinal disease. Yet, the GI tract is the absolute barrier between the burdensome outside world that enters our bodies in the form of foods and contaminates (herbicides, pesticides, heavy metals…

The Many Faces of Serotonin

Deficiency Linked to GI Disorders, Depression, Asthma and Fibromyalgia By Chris D. Meletis, ND Serotonin is a neurotransmitter often connected to mood. However, while serotonin deficiency is linked to depression, its role in a host of other conditions often goes unrecognized by the general public. Yet, serotonin deficiency is the common denominator in the etiology…

New Immunotropin™ Magnifies EpiCor®’s Immune-Enhancing Abilities in Great-Tasting Liquid Formula

EpiCor®, when it was introduced, revolutionized the concept of immune support. Now, we’ve magnified the effects of this powerful immune-boosting supplement by introducing a new, great-tasting liquid formula called Immunotropin™, which features ImmuneCE™, a proprietary blend of the premier immune enhancer EpiCor and a specially derived colostrum fraction that helps “educate” the immune system to…

Active Folate

New More Bioavailable Form Addresses A Common Nutrient Deficiency By Chris D. Meletis, ND The human body can generally convert basic forms of nutrients into their biological active forms, yet there are times where the process of conversion is either faulty or incapable of optimally performing this health-sustaining transformation. 5-MTHF, often abbreviated MTHF, is the…

Hypercoagulation

Its Role in Heart Disease, IBS, Migraines, Fibromyalgia and Other Common Disorders By Chris D. Meletis, ND In the minds of many people, blood clots are often thought about in relation to cardiovascular concerns (in a detrimental sense) or in relation to wound healing (in a beneficial sense). However, research is beginning to emphasize an…

Blood Pressure Control

New Combination of Nutrients Addresses Three Critical Factors By Chris D. Meletis, ND In past articles in Vitamin Research News (“Anti-Hypertension Protocol Using Shark Cartilage and Cordyceps Sinesis”) we have discussed how too much parathyroid hypertensive factor (PHF) will increase intracellular calcium and how lowering PHF will reduce calcium entry into vascular smooth muscle, reducing…