Innate Response Complete Multipowder with Co-Q10 (195g)

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Innate Response Complete Multipowder with Co-Q10 (195g)

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Comprehensive multivitamin with CoQ10

  • 200 mg arabinogalactan

  • 50 mg CoQ10

  • Vitamin E as mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols

  • Features TRAACs™ minerals for validated chelation and optimal absorption [1]

  • TRAACs stands for The Real Amino Acid Chelate System and is Albion Human Nutrition's branded name for its patented method for testing and validating its chelates

  • Blended with FoodState Nutrient™ vitamins for enhanced digestibility and nutritional value.

  • Easy to mix and tastes great for better patient compliance

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In today’s hectic and stress-filled world, it is difficult for even the most health conscious patients to get enough essential nutrients in their diet for optimal health.

Complete Multi Powder is a comprehensive multivitamin blend that utilizes clinically studied TRAACS chelated minerals for optimal absorption. Made with FoodState NutrientTM vitamins, the formula provides enhanced digestibility and nutritional value, along with Vitamin E as mixed tocopherols and tocotrienols for ideal balance, all in an easy-to-use powder.

Immune support

Arabinogalactan has been consumed by humans for thousands of years and is found in numerous vegetables and medicinal herbs. The high molecular weight polysaccharide is now largely sourced from the North American larch tree and is garnering scientific interest for its ability to enhance immune function in a dose of 4.5 grams q.d. [1]

Healthy cardiovascular support

Coenzyme Q 10 (CoQ10) is an antioxidant made in the human body that is essential for basic cell function.* It is also one of the most well-researched antioxidants for its importance to cardiovascular health. Notably, a 2016 single-blind, placebo controlled crossover trial of thirty-four participants published in the Journal Nephropathology, found that CoQ10 can significantly decrease CRP levels as an inflammatory marker and provide cardiovascular support in hemodialysis patients.[2] In addition, earlier research has investigated CoQ10’s effect on oxidative stress, antioxidant enzyme activity, and inflammatory markers. One study of forty-three participants found that a dose of 150 mg decreased oxidative stress and boosted antioxidant enzyme activity,[3] while another which included forty participants found that 150 mg decreased inflammatory markers such as high sensitivity C-reactive protein, interleukin-6 and homocysteine.[4]

Further, a 2013 study looked at the role of therapeutic supplementation in CoQ10 deficiency and found that supplementation is effective in increasing plasma CoQ10 levels and may be an effective treatment in numerous deficiency states.[5]

TRAACs® minerals for validated chelation and optimal absorption

Minerals are essential for life. Getting enough minerals is not easy though because they cannot be manufactured in the human body, and when taken orally, must be absorbed properly. What’s more, inorganic sources of minerals can cause irritation to the intestinal tract in nutritional quantities and irritation or potential toxicity in larger doses that may be required for specific nutritional needs.[6] Supplementing the diet with inorganic minerals may also cause mineral interactions that can suppress absorption rate. [7] As such bioavailability is important in selecting a mineral formula. Complete Multi contains TRAACs minerals that are validated for chelation and optimal absorption.

TRAACs, or The Real Amino Acid Chelate System, is the brand name for Albion Human Nutrition’s patented method for testing and validating chelates. With more than 123 published research papers involving Albion’s chelated minerals, mineral absorption and the effects of these chelated minerals on different body functions, they represent the industry gold standard for amino acid chelates. One notable study compared the oral bioavailability of Albion’s zinc bisglycinate chelate with zinc gluconate in a randomized crossover study of 12 female volunteers. The study showed that the zinc chelate was safe and well tolerated as well as 43.3% more bioavailable.[8]

Complete Multi Powder is crafted with a blend of FoodState Nutrients, as well as activated forms of vitamins and chelated minerals to provide increased potency and bioavailability. The easy-to-use formula is ideal for adults of all ages and activity levels and tastes great - which helps with better patient compliance.

Sources:

1 Dion C et al. Does larch arabinogalactan enhance immune function? A review of mechanistic and clinical trials. Nutr Metab (Lond). 2016 April 12;13:28.

2 Narges-Sadat Z et al. Effects of coenzyme Q10 supplementation on C-reactive protein and homocysteine as the inflammatory markers in hemodialysis patients; a randomized clinical trial. J Nephropathology. 2016 Jan;5L1):38-34.

3 Lee BJ et al. Coenzyme Q10 supplementation reduces oxidative stress and increases antioxidant enzyme activity in patients with coronary artery disease. Nutrition 2012 Mar;28(3)”250-5.

4 Lee BJ et al. Effect of coenzyme Q10 supplementation on inflammatory markers (high sensitivity C-reactive protein, interleukin-6, and homocysteine) in patients with coronary artery disease. Nutrition 2012 Jul;28(7-8):767-72.

5 Potgieter M et al. Primary and secondary coenzyme Q10 deficiency: the role of therapeutic supplementation. Nutr Rev 2013 Mar;71(3):180-8.

6 Jeppesen RB et al. The nutritional benefits and safety of minerals which have been chelated with amino acids. Proceedings 6th International Symposium on Chelating Agents in Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics. http://www.albionnutritionalfacts.com/index.php/knowledge-base/research

7 Ibid Proceedings 6th International Symposium on Chelating Agents in Pharmacology, Toxicology and Therapeutics.

8 Gandia P et al. Zn bisglycinate vs Zn gluconate after a single administration to twelve healthy female volunteers. http://www.albionnutritionalfacts.com/index.php/knowledge-base/research