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Take 2 capsules, twice daily, preferably with meals.
Take 3 capsules, twice daily, preferably with meals.
Calcium (as: Calcium Citrate)Iodine (as: Potassium iodide) – Magnesium (as: Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate) – Zinc (as: Zinc Citrate) – Manganese (as: Manganese Gluconate) – Selenium (as: Selenomethionine & Selenium Methionate) – Copper (as: Copper Gluconate) – Boron (as: Boron Citrate) – Chromium (as: Chromium Niacinate) – Choline (as: Choline Bitartrate) – N-Acetyl Cysteine – Alpha Lipoic Acid – Rutin – Resveratrol (as: Japanese Knotweed Extract) – Rosemary Extract – Olive Leaf Extract – Green Tea Leaf Extract – Lutein (as: Marigold Extract) – Lycopene (as: Tomato Extract) – Citrus Bioflavonoids – Quercetin – Hesperidin – Pomegranate Fruit Extract – Broccoli Powder – Whole carrot powder – Tomato fruit powder – Beet root powder – Spinach leaf powder – Cucumber fruit powder – Brussels Sprout powder – Wheat grass powder – Cabbage leaf powder – Celery Leaf powder – Kale leaf powder – Asparagus shoot powder – Whole Green Bell Pepper powder – Cauliflower flower powder – Parsley leaf powder – Cinnamon Bark Extract – Coated Trace mineral complex
Vitamin A (as: Beta Carotene) – Vitamin C (as: Calcium Ascorbate, Potassium Ascorbate, Zinc Ascorbate, Magnesium Ascorbate & Acerola berry Extract) – Vitamin D3 (as: Cholecalciferol) – Vitamin E (as: d-alpha Tocopheryl Succinate & Mixed Tocopherols) – Vitamin K (as: Phylloquinone) – Vitamin B1 (as: Thiamin HCl) – Vitamin B2 (as: Riboflavin) – Niacin (as: Niacinamide & Nicotinic Acid) – Vitamin B6 (as: Pyridoxine HCl) – Folic Acid – Vitamin B12 (as: Methylcobalamin) – Biotin – Pantothenic Acid (as: d-Calcium Pantothenate) – Grape Seed Extract – Inositol – Bromelain – Calcium (as: Calcium Ascorbate) – Molybdenum (as: Molybdenum Citrate complex) – Whole carrot powder – Tomato fruit powder – Beet root powder – Spinach leaf powder – Cucumber fruit powder – Brussels Sprout powder – Cabbage leaf powder – Celery Leaf powder – Kale leaf powder – Asparagus shoot powder – Whole Green bell pepper powder – Cauliflower flower powder – Parsley leaf powder – Wheat grass powder – Broccoli leaf and flower Powder
Is it best to take the Optimals with or without food?
It is always best to take your nutritional supplements with a meal. This allows your body to absorb the nutrients more efficiently and with a greater degree of tolerance. Having food in your stomach will significantly improve the absorption of the nutrients in your Vitamin and Mineral capsules.
Can I take the Optimals with my medication?
In most cases – yes. The nutrients found in the Vitamin and Mineral capsules are the same nutrients you find in your foods; however, because of supplementation you are able to consume these nutrients at levels you can’t get from your foods. Therefore, if your physician allows you to eat, you can take your supplements. The only precaution would be if you are taking a blood thinner known as Coumadin or Warfarin. Please refer to the next frequently asked question to learn what to do if you are taking this medication.
Can I take the Optimals if I am taking the prescription medication Coumadin (also known as Warfarin)?
Coumadin, also known as Warfarin, is a prescription blood thinner that works by blocking vitamin K from doing its job in the liver to produce clotting products. Therefore, many physicians become concerned when patients who are taking Coumadin (Warfarin) also take supplements that contain vitamin K. ARIIX Optimals contain 45 mcg of vitamin K per recommended dose (three capsules). It is crucial that you inform your physician of your desire to take ARIIX Optimals while also taking Coumadin. Recent studies have shown that consuming a modest amount of vitamin K while also taking Coumadin allows for greater control of the blood’s Protime, or measurement of thinning. Your physician will make adjustments to the dose of Coumadin (Warfarin) you are prescribed based on ongoing Protime measurements. Therefore, if you decide to take your Optimals in conjunction with Coumadin (Warfarin) it is critical that you are consistent in taking your supplements. This will allow your physician to make the appropriate adjustments to the amount of medication you are prescribed. In most cases, many individuals are able to take the Optimals in conjunction with Coumadin; however, this decision is ultimately up to your physician.