Changing the method we take our vitamins 

Multi-vitamins may not be as effective as you think.

Nutrients have a very integrated role wherein some help, and some reduce the absorption of each other.

Having all nutrients dumped on the cells in high doses chokes up the system, and all nutrients cannot be utilized while also reducing the absorption of other nutrients.

Certain nutrients, when supplied daily, lead to saturation in the cells and a decline of response over time. 

Cyclical Therapy with Micronutrients

  • Creates a toxin-free, nutrient-rich environment for hair regrowth.
  • Ensures results irrespective of causes.
  • Absolutely safe for long-term use.
  • Benefits in overall well-being as well.
  • Benefited more than a million patients across the globe.
  • Over 12 international and national publications and trials
Micronutrient Interactions with other minerals or vitamins Interaction symbols Characteristics of interactions
Iron

Vitamin A

Increase the absorption of iron, The level of hemoglobin is higher if iron and Vitamin A are taken together than in the case of iron alone.

Iron Vitamin C Increase the absorption of iron by enhancing absorption in the gastrointestinal tract.
Iron Calcium, Zinc + Reduces the absorption of iron.
Calcium Vitamin D + Increase bioavailability of calcium potentiates calcium absorption by bone tissue.
Calcium Magnesium Reduces the absorption of Calcium.
Calcium Zinc Reduces the absorption of Calcium.
Magnesium Vitamin B6 + Promotes absorption of Magnesium into the body, and enhances the absorption and retention of magnesium into the cells.
Magnesium Calcium Reduces the absorption of Magnesium.
Manganese Calcium, Iron Reduces the absorption of Manganese.
Copper Zinc Reduces the absorption of Copper.
Molybdenum Copper Reduces the absorption of Molybdenum.
Zinc Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) Inhibits absorption of Zinc due to the formation of insoluble complexes.
Zinc Calcium, Iron, Copper Reduce the absorption of Zinc in the intestines.
Zinc Vitamin B12 + Increases absorption of Zinc.
Chromium Iron Reduces the absorption of Chromium.
Vitamin A Vitamin C, E + Protect Vitamin A from oxidation
Vitamin A Zinc + Required for the metabolism of Vitamin A and for its transformation into an active form.
Vitamin B1 Vitamin B6 Slows the transformation of Vitamin B1 to its biologically active form.
Vitamin B1 Vitamin B12 Enhances allergic reactions to Vitamin B1. Cobalt ions in the molecule of cobalamin contribute to the breakdown of Vitamin B1.
Vitamin B6 Vitamin B12 Cobalt ions in the molecule of cobalamin contribute to the destruction of Vitamin B6.
Vitamin B9 Zinc Inhibits absorption of Vitamin B9 due to the formation of insoluble complexes.
Vitamin B9 Vitamin C + Promotes the conservation of Vitamin B9 in tissues.
Vitamin B12 Vitamin C, B1, Iron, Copper Turn Vitamin B12 into useless analogs.
Vitamin E Vitamin C + Restores oxidized Vitamin E.
Vitamin E Selenium + Enhances the antioxidant effects of each other.

In our climate, if you do not take vitamin D supplements, you are deficient. Low Vitamin D causes hair loss and is the hormone that regulates your immune system.

Proper hydration is vital for the absorption of nutrients. Cyclical Therapy with Micronutrients can help you in this journey.

Check Cyclical Therapy in hair loss for more information.

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