Always start with 1/2 scoop of Nutrient Support to assess tolerance.
Nutrient Support is best taken with food rather than on an empty stomach.
The recommended dose is 1 scoop twice per day, mixed in cold water.
Simply take one scoop before your morning meal and one scoop before your afternoon or evening meal.
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Yes. Nutrient Support meets the strict safety standards of the Dietary Health and Supplements Act and the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act.
As with all health products, each person is different and we recommend that you carefully look over our ingredients and speak to your physician before taking Nutrient Support.
We recommend NOT using Nutrient Support if you take SSRI antidepressants, unless you are taking it under a doctor’s supervision.
This is because Nutrient Support contains several amino acids that boost natural serotonin production: 5HTP, L-Tryptophan, and SAM-e. Some doctors have used these precursors to help people wean off of antidepressants. However, this process should be monitored because some people can develop “serotonin syndrome,” which results from too much serotonin in the brain and can be potentially serious.
With regular use, most of our customers report noticeable improvements in well-being during the first week or two (some sooner!) with continued, gradual improvements thereafter.
A large number of our customers have told us that they felt noticeably better on Day 1 of taking Nutrient Support!
Nutrient Support can be taken for as long as you feel that you need it.
Most people do not need it for longer than 3 months, but there are exceptions.
Best results are seen when Nutrient Support is taken with food. We recommend taking it immediately prior to a meal or within an hour after a meal.
We advise our customers to follow a healthy diet consisting of two or three nutritious meals each day. These meals should be high in good sources of protein and at least five portions of fruit and vegetables daily.
Some customers have found that they have a bit of excess energy or feel very relaxed after taking Nutrient Support. This can be resolved by taking 1/2 scoop instead of a full two scoops. It can also be resolved by taking it at a time of day in which a bit of energy or relaxation is not inconvenient for you.
In a minority of cases, customers who have taken Nutrient Support on an empty stomach have reported feelings of nausea. This problem can be resolved by taking it with food.
Some people report mild flushing/warmth of the face or chest. This is called "niacin flush" and it's a totally harmless result of taking large doses of vitamin B3 (niacin), and it’s a sign that the supplement is working. This symptom goes away within minutes and disappears completely with consistent usage of BioRebalance.
Nutrient Support was formulated by Dr. Rebeca Eriksen, an orthomolecular expert with a PhD from The Imperial College of Medicine in London, along with her team of highly qualified biochemists.
Dr. Eriksen spent her career as a clinical dietitian formulating highly specialized nutritional protocols for hospital patients with a wide range of biochemical disorders. You can click here to read more about how BioRebalance began.
We use a cold-extraction process to refine the most potent, bioavailable ingredients backed by scientific research. Then, we dry them into a 100% water dissolvable powder formula for maximum absorption.
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No, do not take any vitamins or supplements if you are pregnant and lactating before discussing with your doctor or health care provider.
All of our ingredients are manufactured and packaged in FDA-inspected and approved facilities that adhere to very strict standards.
However, dietary supplements are not reviewed and approved by FDA. Our products are over the counter dietary supplements; they cannot be "approved" by the FDA.
As a dietary supplement, our package labelling, ingredients and manufacturing quality are regulated by the FDA pursuant to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
No. Nutrient Support is a dietary supplement.
Yes. BioRebalance, LLC is located in Atlanta, Georgia. Our company incorporated in the State of Georgia on June 21, 2018.
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A minority of people report mild flushing/warmth of the face or chest. This is a totally harmless result of taking large doses of vitamin B3 (niacin), and it’s a sign that the supplement is working.
This symptom goes away within minutes and disappears completely with consistent usage of BioRebalance.
Please consult with your doctor before taking Nutrient Support if you take non-SSRI antidepressants. People who take antidepressants that primarily affect dopamine or norepinephrine may experience minor interactions with some of the natural amino acid precursors for these neurotransmitters, such as L-Phenylalanine, SAM-e, and L-Tyrosine. These interactions are rare, and they depend on individual biochemistry and dosage.
We recommend avoiding Nutrient Support if you take blood thinners.
There should be no interaction between Nutrient Support and benzodiazepines, but everyone is biochemically different. Consult with your doctor before taking Nutrient Support if you take benzodiazepines.
There should be no interaction between Nutrient Support and beta blockers, but everyone is biochemically different. Consult with your doctor before taking Nutrient Support if you take beta blockers.
As with all health products, each person is different and we recommend you speak to your physician before taking Nutrient Support, especially if you are taking prescribed medications.
Specifically, Nutrient Support contains 5HTP, L-Tryptophan, and SAM-e. These are three amino acids that may interact with SSRI antidepressants. It should therefore not be taken with SSRIs except under the guidance of a doctor.
We recommend always starting with 1/2 scoop of Nutrient Support to assess tolerance. If you respond well to Nutrient Support, you can increase the dosage up to 2 scoops per day. But many of our customers have found that they do well with only 1/2 scoop or 1 scoop per day.
Never take more than 2 scoops per day, as Nutrient Support is a potent supplement.
We have gotten very little negative feedback about the effects of the product itself. The limited amount of negative feedback we've received relates to personal taste preferences. The vast majority of our customers have found that the benefits far outweigh the lack of artificial flavors and colors.
Be sure to take Nutrient Support with food, and reduce dosage to 1/2 scoop. Some people only need 1/2 scoop per day to experience benefits. Be sure to drink enough water while taking Nutrient Support.
Nutrient Support can be taken in conjunction with regimens that include multivitamins, minerals, and herbs. However, we advise against consuming extra dosages of the amino acids already contained in Nutrient Support.
For example, if you take Nutrient Support, avoid taking a standalone 5HTP supplement. You are getting enough of this amino acid from Nutrient Support. Exceptions can be made if you are under the guidance of a doctor or naturopath.
Nutrient Support is 100% liposomal, meaning that all of the nutrients are contained within tiny lipid molecules that impart a "creamy" mouthfeel. Because Nutrient Support is liposomal, it is rapidly and totally absorbed into your system.
The coolest part is that we don't introduce random lipids to create the liposomes. We use omega-3s and PPC - two crucial nutrients - as the lipid molecules to envelop the other nutrients and deliver them rapidly into your system.
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