Unfortunately, the vitamin industry is not well regulated. As a result, there is a lot of disinformation regarding the quality of the supplements on the retail market.
Also complicating the vitamin arena is the fact that most allopathic physicians (mainstream doctors) still believe there is no difference between synthetic vitamins and food-based supplements. Scientific research by Dr. Fritz Albert Popp back in the 1970s revealed that food-based nutrients have biophotons attached within their complex. It is the biophotons that create healing within the body.
Synthetic vitamins are devoid of these biophotons and work like drugs. Modifying the body chemistry is not the same as healing the body. Ultimately they are not as effective as natural vitamins. As an informed consumer you must review the list of ingredients on the vitamin bottle.
A perfect example of a synthetic vitamin formula is seen on Dr. Vladimir Zelenko’s COVID vitamin protocol, Z-Stack. The list of ingredients looks impressive but once you analyze the ingredients you quickly realize they are not food-based:
Zinc Sulfate: (this is ground up rocks; it is a raw mineral and not food-based)
Quercetin: no listing for the source.
Vitamin C: (ascorbic acid is not vitamin C; it is the antioxidant fraction of vitamin C; it is made from fermented corn chemically changed by hydrogenated sugar and acetone)
Vitamin D: (Cholecalciferol which is made by irradiating lanolin from sheep’s wool; it is toxic)
On the surface, this formula appears to be good but evaluation of its ingredients tells a different story. Even though one may get some benefit from these chemicals, it is not the best approach to supporting the body’s immune system. The chart below entitled What’s in your Vitamins reveals the sources for both synthetic and natural vitamins. Consumer beware.
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