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Dr. Rath’s Basic Cellular Health Recommendations

Dr. Rath’s Basic Cellular Health recommendations comprise a selection of vitamins, minerals, amino acids and trace elements. These essential nutrients have been chosen based on scientific criteria and their main function as bioenergy providers to the multitude of cells composing the human body. These Basic Cellular Health recommendations are for everyone — young and old, healthy persons and patients — and are designed to optimize cardiovascular health and help prevent cardiovascular disease, as well as other health problems.

The chart below gives the daily minimum amount of each essential nutrient for a healthy adult person. Patients and people with special nutritional needs may double or triple these amounts.

VITAMINS
Vitamin C 600 – 3,000 mg
Vitamin E 130 – 600 IU
Beta-carotene 1,600 – 8,000 IU
Vitamin B1 (Thiamine) 5 – 40 mg
Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 5 – 40 mg
Vitamin B3 (Nicotinate) 45 – 200 mg
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenate) 40 – 200 mg
Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 10 – 50 mg
Vitamin B12 20 – 100 mcg
Vitamin D3 100 – 600 IU
Folic Acid 90 – 400 mcg
Biotin 60 – 300 mcg
mg = milligrams, mcg = micrograms, IU = international units
MINERALS
Calcium 30 – 150 mg
Magnesium 40 – 200 mg
Potassium 20 – 90 mg
Phosphate 10 – 60 mg
mg = milligrams
TRACE ELEMENTS
Zinc 5 – 30 mg
Manganese 1 – 6 mg
Copper 300 – 2,000 mcg
Selenium 20 – 100 mcg
Chromium 10 – 50 mcg
Molybdenum 4 – 20 mcg
mg = milligrams, mcg = micrograms

OTHER IMPORTANT CELLULAR NUTRIENTS
L-Proline 100 – 500 mg
L-Lysine 100 – 500 mg
L-Carnitine 30 – 150 mg
L-Arginine 40 – 150 mg
L-Cysteine 30 – 150 mg
Inositol 30 – 150 mg
Coenzyme Q-10 5 – 30 mg
Bioflavonoids 100 – 450 mg
mg = milligrams
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