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CERTIFIED COURSE! Limited seating to 45
NTA PROGRAM is
IN TORONTO in 2018!

TORONTO CLASS
Place: Hyatt Regency 
370 King Street West Toronto


Workshop 1: May 25-27
Workshop 2: Aug 9-12
Workshop 3: Nov 9-11
(Registration)
  • Registration Opens: Sept. 2017
  • Registration Closes: Feb. 2018
  • Course Length: 9 months
  • Course Start: Feb. 2018
  • Course End: Nov. 2018
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Biotics U.S. Upcoming Seminars

Providing Innovation and Quality - What Sets Us Apart

 
This information has been provided by our Clinical Physician Advisors, Rachel Olivier ND and Miranda Jorgenson ND from Biotics Research Corporation.  They are both "wells of knowledge" and have provided our Clinicians with valuable information over the years. Thank you Rachael and Miranda!

Disclaimer: Information and statements contained in this document should not be construed as a claim, nor does it represent any particular product procedure or advice as constituting a specific cure, whether palliative to ameliorative.

DOSING SYNTHETIC vs NATURAL SUPPLEMENTS

Q - Question: A patient  might ask their doctor why they have to take (for example) three tabs of the BioMulti Plus compared to the one tablet of an OTC product. My feeling is that if the ingredients are sourced from something other than synthetic ( as in the vegetable culture base source used by Biotics Research ), then they are larger by mass, volume and weight per say, and so in order to get those nutrients into a tablet or capsule, less has to be incorporated into one tab?

A - Answer: Yes, you are correct; a more natural product will contain a larger bulk to possess a similar amount as a synthetic. Thus it is necessary to take a larger quantity of the more natural product. Additionally, with synthetics they are more easily compressed (i.e.. packed together) thus less bulk/quantity. Because of this they are not as easily digested/assimilated.

One joke in the industry is that the 1/day vitamins  essentially amount to expensive stool. They are typically excreted whole rather than being absorbed.