Supplement Guide

Acidophiles Aids in digestion and regularity. Key to intestinal health. 
Alfalfa Rich in vitamin K and calcium. It contains high potencies of almost all other vitamins and minerals. It has aided in providing resistance to disease. 
Bone Meal with D A good source of calcium and Vitamin D. It also contains phosphorus, and trace mineral such as copper and manganese. 
Brewer’s Yeast An excellent source of B vitamins and minerals. It contains large amounts of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. I can be used to prevent constipation, and taken daily with wheat germ, it may aid in preventing heart problems. It also increases energy. 
Desiccated Liver Rich in vitamins A, C, D. Also rich in iron, calcium, phosphorus, and copper. It has been used for stamina by athletes. 
Kelp One of the best natural sources of iodine, also rich in B-Complex vitamins, vitamins D,E,K, calcium, and magnesium. 
Lecithin High in phosphorus. Along with iron, iodine, and calcium, it aids in the digestion and absorption of fats. It may aid in breaking up cholesterol, and therefore, helps in preventing atherosclerosis. It is important in maintaining a healthy nervous system and aids in cleaning the liver and purifying the kidneys. It has also been found to guard against virus infections and prevent the formation of gallstones. 
Oat Bran Helps to balance and reduce cholesterol levels. 
Protein Needed for peak efficiency of the body. Is necessary for growth and development. Deficiency symptoms can include fatigue, and loss of appetite. Can be found in meat, fish eggs, milk, and soybeans. 
Wheat Germ Oil High in unsaturated fatty acids and rich in vitamin E. It has been found to be invaluable in building energy and overcoming fatigue.