Monthly Archives: August 2010

Carnitine–important, but confusing

Among those nutrients, or nutritional supplements, that continue to gain support from ongoing published research, is one that doesn’t get as much attention from the press as others–such as vitamin D, fish oil, CoQ10 or Ubiquinol, and calcium, for example. … Continue reading

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Shoud I avoid iron?

I received an email from one of our customers: “Hi Don, I am I long time customer. I use your willvites multi. I am 62 years old. Should I use the iron free formular? I have read that the older … Continue reading

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No one ever asked me that before

“No one ever asked me that before!” It’s scary. I hear that comment far too often. It’s scary because the comment is made by salespeople or company representatives who are telling me about their new nutritional supplement products. It’s scary … Continue reading

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For the wrong reasons.

We had a caller on the radio show recently who had a question about “gluten free” supplements. They were very concerned about this. It became clear to me, however, that they were concerned for entirely the wrong reasons. Hearing so much … Continue reading

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Buyer Beware: Misleading Menu Description?

I was on the road, and stopped at a Cracker Barrel restaurant for breakfast. Looking at the menu, a listing for whole grain pecan pancakes caught my eye, along with the accompanying comment about how it came with “100% Pure … Continue reading

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