Under a physician's direction, NT Factor Energy may have special dietary usefulness for individuals suffering from Lyme disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, Fibromyalgia and other chronic conditions leaving patients with low energy levels.
Two tablets with each meal (6 tablets per day)
for the first two months, and one tablet with each meal in month 3 and
beyond. For severe fatigue, increase to three tablets with each meal (9
tablets per day) for the first two months, and one tablet with each meal
in month 3 and beyond. It is important to keep with the protocol for
the first two months so that enough cell membranes are repaired ? which
will allow the patient to feel the difference. This equates to 2
bottles per month for each of the first two months, and 1 bottle per
month thereafter. Dr. Nicolson, a researcher in this area,
recommends pediatric dosing as follows: For children who cannot swallow,
ground up into a course powder that can be added to several spoonfuls
of applesauce. The NT Factor Energy? is not bitter, but it is slightly
sour, and some children actually like the taste. The dose should be
1/2-1 tablet for children up to 2 years-old, 2 tablets for 2-3 years old
and 3-4 tablets for 4-5 years-old and 4-5 tablets 5 years-old and
older. Since this formulation is a completely natural membrane lipid
mixture, there are no known toxicities and no known toxic dose limits.
Ingredients: Vitamin E, Calcium, Phosphorus, Mitochondrial Pro Regulator, Krebs Cycle Glucose Absorb, RN Fatty Acid Metabolizer.
Recommended Dosage: Months 1 and 2: 2 tablets with each meal or 6 tablets per day. Month 3 and beyond: 1 tablet with each meal or 3 tablets per day
Vitamin E (as d-alpha tocopherol) 20IU
NT Factor-Maximum Potency 1,500 mg
Mitochondria Pro Regulator (Calcium (as phosphate/sulfate/pyruvate)
Phosphorus (as calcium phosphate)
Magnesium (as sulfate)) 260 mg
Krebs Cycle Glucose Absorb (L-Carnitine-L-Tartrate, Pantethine (as coenzyme A precursor)) 140 mg.
vegetable magnesium stearate