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Dietary Supplements


These statements regarding Dr. Food dietary supplements have NOT been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are NOT intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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Dr. Food’s Dynamo Shot provides an Ultra-Potent Ultra-Pure™ boost to your Vitamin D levels via intramuscular injection.


Vitamin D: The Essentials

Vitamin D is a nutrient you need for good health. It helps your body absorb calcium, one of the main building blocks for strong bones. Together with calcium, vitamin D helps protect you from developing osteoporosis, a disease that thins and weakens the bones and makes them more likely to break. Your body needs vitamin D for other functions too. Your muscles need it to move, and your nerves need it to carry messages between your brain and your body. Your immune system needs vitamin D to fight off invading bacteria and viruses.


Sun Exposure & Skin Health

Ultraviolet radiation from sunshine can cause skin cancer, so it’s important to limit how much time you spend in the sun. Although sunscreen limits vitamin D production, health experts recommend using sunscreen with a sun protection factor (SPF) of 15 or more when you’re out in the sun for more than a few minutes.


Vitamin D Sources

Very few foods naturally contain vitamin D. Fortified foods provide most of the vitamin D in the diets of people in the United States. Check the Nutrition Facts label for the amount of vitamin D in a food or beverage. Your body makes vitamin D when your bare skin is exposed to the sun. Most people get at least some vitamin D this way. However, clouds, smog, old age, and having dark-colored skin reduce the amount of vitamin D your skin makes. Also, your skin does not make vitamin D from sunlight through a window.


Supplement Types & Absorption

The two forms of vitamin D in supplements are D2 (ergocalciferol) and D3 (cholecalciferol). Both forms increase vitamin D in your blood, but D3 might raise it higher and for longer than D2. Because vitamin D is fat soluble, it is best absorbed when taken with a meal or snack that includes some fat. The Dynamo shot delivers the D3 form of vitamin D – which is the more potent and long-lasting version of the nutrient. Furthermore, with the Dynamo shot the Vitamin D gets absorbed by your body without consuming a meal or snack that contains fat. Instead, the Dynamo shot delivers the vitamin D3 directly into your muscles from where the vitamin gets more optimally absorbed in comparison to oral supplementation.



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Vitamin B12 is available in the Lipo Edge supplement in a form called cyanocobalamin.


Vital Role of Vitamin B12 in Health

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep your body’s blood and nerve cells healthy and helps make DNA, the genetic material in all of your cells. Vitamin B12 also helps prevent megaloblastic anemia, a blood condition that makes people tired and weak.


Dietary Sufficiency and Absorption Challenges

Most people in the United States get enough vitamin B12 from the foods they eat. However, some people have trouble absorbing vitamin B12 from food. Vitamin B12 deficiency affects between 3% and 43% of older adults. Your doctor can test your vitamin B12 level to see if you have a deficiency.


Hidden and Varied Symptoms

Your body stores 1,000 to 2,000 times as much vitamin B12 as you’d typically eat in a day, so the symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency can take several years to appear.If you have a vitamin B12 deficiency, you may feel tired or weak. These are symptoms of megaloblastic anemia, which is a hallmark of vitamin B12 deficiency. You might also have pale skin, heart palpitations, loss of appetite, weight loss, and infertility. Your hands and feet might become numb or tingly, a sign of nerve problems. Other symptoms of vitamin B12 deficiency include problems with balance, depression, confusion, dementia, poor memory, and soreness of the mouth or tongue.



Choline is a nutrient that is found in many foods. Your brain and nervous system need it to regulate memory, mood, muscle control, and other functions. You also need choline to form the membranes that surround your body’s cells. You can make a small amount of choline in your liver, but most of the choline in your body comes from the food you eat and from dietary supplements like LIPO EDGE. The diets of most people in the United States provide less than the recommended amounts of choline. Even when choline intakes from both food and dietary supplements are combined, total choline intakes for most people are below recommended amounts. It a person’s choline levels drop too low, he or she can experience muscle and liver damage as well as deposits of fat in the liver (a condition called nonalcoholic fatty liver disease [NAFLD] that can damage the liver).

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