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Whole Food Concentrate

with Vitamins-Minerals-Enzymes

120 & 240 Tablets
(NPN 80040781)

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Vitamins   Amino Acid Chelated Minerals
4 Tablets Contain: Potency % SONA   4 Tablets Contain: Potency % SONA
ß Carotene (15,000 IU) 9 mg ˜   Calcium+ 300 mg ˜
Vitamin A (3000 IU) 880 mcg 100%   Magnesium+ 300 mg 100%
Vitamin D3 (400 IU) 10 mcg 100%   Silica° (Bambusa vulgaris) 70 mg ˜
Vitamin E (100 IU) 73 mg 100%   Zinc+ 20 mg 100%
Vitamin K2 80 mcg 100%   Iron+ 18 mg ˜
Vitamin C 400 mg 100%   Manganese+ 5 mg ˜
Thiamine (HCI) 9 mg 100%   Copper+ 3 mg ˜
Riboflavin 3 mg 100%   Boron+ 3 mg ˜
Niacin 30 mg100%   Chromium+ 200 mcg ˜
Pyridoxine (HCL) 10 mg 100%   Selenium+ 200 mcg ˜
Folacin 800 mcg 100%   Iodine (KI) 300 mcg ˜
Vitamin B12 3 mcg 100%   Vanadium+ 75 mcg ˜
Biotin 0.15 mg ˜   Molybdenum+ 50 mcg ˜
Pantothenic Acid 21 mg ˜   + Hypoallergenic form, chelated with hydrolyzed rice protein.
° Bamboo leaf extract 100 mg (providing 70% organic Silica)
Whole Food Concentrate   Enzymes
Organic Alfalfa Grass Powder
(Medicago sativa)
200 mg   Amylase 4,000 DU (FCC)
(DU-alpha amalyase dextrinizing units)
40 mg
Organic Spirulina Blue-Green Algae
(Spirulina platensis)
200 mg   Lipase (Aspergillus Niger) 200 FIP (FCC) (FIP-one unit oflipase activity) 13 mg
Kelp Powder (Fucus vesiculosus) 200 mg   Protease (Aspergillus oryzae) 4,000 HUT (FCC) (HUT-haemoglobin units tyrosine basis) 5 mg
Citrus Bioflavonoids (50% Hesperidin) 200 mg   Lactase (lactase units) 180 LacU 18 mg
      (FCC) Food Chemical Codex, a division of USP.  
** Suggested Optimal Nutrient Allowances (SONA), ˜SONAs Not Yet Established

Recommended Dose:

Adults: Take 4 tablets daily, 2 with meals or as directed by a health care practitioner. Take a few hours before or after taking other medications.

Recommended duration of use:

For prolonged use, consult a healthcare practitioner.

Recommended use or purpose:

Cautions and warnings:


SOURCE is based on the famous SONA study; a 15 year, multimillion dollar study of 13,500 male and female subjects living in six regions of the United States. The study was conducted by Dr Emanual Cheraskin and Dr. W.M. Ringdorf Jr. of the University Of Alabama School Of Medicine. The study attempted to find the “Suggested Optimum Nutrient Allowance’ (SONA); necessary to maintain good health throughout one’s lifetime. The results of that research, plus the results of other studies conducted over the years, form the foundation for the formula.

SOURCE uses Amino Acid Chelated minerals for their superior bio-availability over inorganic mineral forms such as carbonates or oxides. For a more complete description, see the article Amino Acid Chelated Minerals.

SOURCE is the first research based multiple-nutrient formula that supplies all the essential vitamins, minerals, and trace minerals at the optimum levels necessary to maintain good health over one’s lifetime.

SOURCE uses Vitamin K2VITAL, with higher bio-availability and bio-activity compared to Vitamin K1, and with substantial greater stability than other forms of Vitamin K2. Vitamin K2 regulates calcium in the body, supporting good bone health and cardiovascular health.

SOURCE incorporates plant enzymes to aid in the digestion of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats and to improve the absorption of the essential nutrients, making the formula the most bio-available and effective possible.

SOURCE incorporates a base of organic “Superfoods”; alfalfa grass juice powder, kelp powder, organic spirulina and citrus bioflavonoids. These “Superfoods” provide a myriad of micronutrients, enzymes and anti- oxidants that enhance the activity of the formula, making it truly in a class of its own.

SOURCE is provided in four tablets to be taken twice a day with meals. It is well established that divided doses provide a higher percentage of nutrients to the bloodstream over the day than a single larger dose. In other words, two tablets in the morning with breakfast and two tablets in the evening with dinner offer more substantial benefit than if all four tablets were taken at one time.

SOURCE is manufactured using state-of-the-art, heat-free, solvent-free technology which guarantees that none of the fragile nutrients are denatured or destroyed during the manufacturing process.

Note: for a complete description of the SONA study, read our SONA article.

Packaging: Packed in light & oxygen resistant recyclable PETE (Bisphenol A free) bottles. 
Gluten Free: Contains no animal substance, artificial preservatives, colours, flavours, sweeteners, dairy, yeast or wheat.
Excipients: Croscarmellose sodium, microcrystalline cellulose, stearic acid, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.
Aqueous Coating: Microcrystalline cellulose, carrageenan


List of articles for more information.

Worldwide health authorities urged to rethink vitamin D guidelines following revolutionary study
Seven health benefits of biotin
Iron deficiency anemia: Causes, symptoms, and management
Vitamin D deficiency: Symptoms, causes, and prevention
Periconceptional multivitamin use and risk of preterm or small-for-gestational-age births in the Danish National Birth Cohort
Vitamin B diminishes effects of air pollution-induced cardiovascular disease
High folic acid level in pregnancy may decrease high blood pressure in children
New evidence that vitamin D prevents respiratory infections
Dietary magnesium associated with reduced risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes
Evidence-based decision making on micronutrients and chronic disease: long-term randomized controlled trials are not enough
BORON: An Ortho-Mineral
Fear of Iron: Conflicting results about iron that may have scared of consumers
Bruce Ames: Vitamin insufficiency boosting age-related diseases
Calcium Warning - More evidence links calcium supplements to heart attacks
Low vitamin D levels may speed up bone aging
Multivitamin trial suggests some benefits for mood and wellbeing
Vitamin K may affect arterial calcification for hypertensives: Multi-ethnic study
More magnesium may slash heart disease risk by 30%: Harvard meta-analysis
Vitamin D may reduce risk of uterine fibroid: Study
Vitamin D supplements may yield immune benefits in healthy people: Study
Vitamin K2 shows ‘extremely important improvements in clinical outcomes’ for bone health
High iron intake may help to protect against PMS: Study
Elevated calcium intakes double risk of heart disease death in women: BMJ Study
Vitamin D backed to boost diabetic heart disease risk
Multivitamin supplements may cut cancer risk: JAMA paper
Vitamin D supplements may benefit lupus
Vitamin K may slash diabetes risk: Study
Multivitamin shows brain boosting activity for elderly women
Study links vitamin D to heart disease and early death
Vitamin E shows cognitive function benefits: Study
Low Vitamin C Levels May Increase Risk of Heart Failure
Low Vitamin D Levels Linked to Spinal Cord Inflammatory Disease

Folic Acid plus B12 shows Brain Function Benefits in Older People
Researchers discover ‘normal’ function of vitamin E

Vitamin D again linked to lower colorectal cancer risk
Low vitamin D status linked to food allergy and eczema in children: Study
Magnesium may reduce stroke risk: Meta-analysis
Vitamin A supplement help could slash skin cancer risk/Study
Vitamin D supplements may help you live longer: Study
Multivitamin supplements boost brain function, say UK researchers
Is vitamin D3 more effective than D2?
Optimal vitamin D linked to lower heart disease death: Study
Selenium + CoQ10 supplements may slash cardiovascular mortality: RCT
Dietary magnesium may lower risk of death from heart disease
Vitamin B6 and B12 levels linked to mental function and depression
Vitamin C RDA should be doubled, says Linus Pauling Institute researcher
Vitamin E may lower liver cancer risk: Study
Vitamin D3 beats D2 for maintaining winter levels: Study
Age Related Eye Disease Study
Low vitamin D linked to increased risk of dying in older adults
Vitamin C shows exercise benefits
Vitamins C & E may benefit women on oral contraceptives
Vitamin D and calcium may increase life expectancy in elderly
Dietary magnesium may reduce the risk of colon cancer: Meta-analysis

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