Each Packet contains 3 specially formulated high-potency multiple-vitamin and mineral tablets, marketed separately as Dr. Cranton’s PrimeNutrients. This versatile, cost-effective and convenient multiple supplement contains well-absorbed forms and nutritionally meaningful amounts of more than 30 essential vitamins, minerals, and trace elements. That broad array of synergistic ingredients achieves full benefits, and the formula is free of all common allergens, artificial flavors, preservatives, and colorings. Click here for a detailed list of ingredients in the multiple vitamin tablets included in each packet, sold separately as Dr. Cranton’s PrimeNutrients™ Tablets.
In addition to these 3 PrimeNutrients multiple tablets, each packet also contains an additional 1,000 mg vitamin C, 400 units of natural vitamin E as mixed tocopherols, 60 mg of specially formulated coenzyme Q-10, 50 mg glutathione, 300 mg N-acetyl-L-cysteine, and 500 mg taurine,
The amounts and ratios of more than 30 important nutrients are designed to improve bioavailability, based on many scientific studies and years of clinical experience. The one-to-one calcium to magnesium ratio, high-potencies of natural mixed forms of vitamin E, vitamin C, and B-complex, extra pantothenic acid for adrenal support, and a full complement of trace elements in their correct physiologic ratios distinguish this formula from ordinary multiple supplements.
Vitamin E is in its natural form, derived from food sources, with d-alpha, d-beta, d-delta, and d-gamma tocopherols.
In addition to beta-carotene, Dr. Cranton includes other important carotenoids, alpha-carotene, cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin, and lutein, which are especially important for eye health.
A natural water-soluble cellulose coating protects stability and makes the tablets easier to swallow. Each batch is tested to ensure a tablet disintegration time of 45 minutes or less. Every bottle is has an expiration date that guarantees full labeled potency.
Copper is included because of its importance for SOD antioxidant enzyme activity and to maintain a healthy balance with zinc.
Because iron accumulation commonly accelerates the aging process, this multiple product does not contain iron. Supplemental iron is unnecessary for most people and is potentially harmful. Excessive iron accumulates to cause heart disease, arthritis, and other forms of cellular damage. Many foods are “enriched” with iron before packaging and iron excess is common, while iron deficiency is uncommon in the absence of excessive bleeding. When indicated by laboratory tests showing iron deficiency, and during pregnancy, iron may be supplemented separately and should be continued only long enough to correct the need.