Research Info

Research Information

At Doctor's Nutrition we provide nutrition based on scientific information and research, not marketing hype. The field of nutritional research is expanding at an extremely fast pace. We make every effort to stay current with the latest information in this area. Please check back often.

Grape Seed Extract

The healing proanthocyanidins (OPC's)

Ginkgo Biloba

The herb of thought and much more

Olivir (Olive leaf extract)

The fruit of the " tree of life"

DeFend MG (Dimethylglycine)

The facts of an obscure cellular nutrient

Vitamin C

Info on the most widely known vitamin


Nature's most versatile herb


Molecules for healthy joints

Chromium Polynicotinate

The most biological active form chromium


The first food of life


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