Your NHP Supplement Programme Includes
Your NHP Enhanced Supplement Programme Includes
- Supplement Programme
DetailsBy following Dr Glenville’s recommendations you know that the supplements below will be the most helpful for you at this time and are of the highest possible quality ensuring you gain maximum benefit.All the supplements recommended here have Dr Glenville’s exclusive Seal of Approval
NHP Supplement PlanYour NHP Supplement Programme Specific supplements that contain all the vitamins minerals and herbs and in the right intakes that you need to take.
Vitamins/Herbs DAILY INTAKE
NHP Enhanced Supplement Plan Even better with:
Your NHP Enhanced Supplement Programme works even better with... the additon of the extra supplements listed below
Vitamins/Herbs DAILY INTAKE
For more information on the benefits of these supplements and dietary recomendations click the Plan of Action tab at the top.
Painful Periods- 1 Month Programme£72.97
Painful Periods - 3 Month Programme£195.76
Painful Periods - 1 Month Programme Enhanced£99.78
Painful Periods - 3 Month Programme Enhanced£258.26
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- Plan of Action
Outlined below is the Plan of Action recommended by Dr Glenville as being the most appropriate and effective for you at this time.
This plan of action includes advice on your diet and a carefully selected supplement programme. For best results you should follow this plan over the next three months.
Plan of Action
To ensure you are getting the right nutrition, follow the dietary recommendations outlined in The Nutrition for Women's Health report included when you download The 3 free health reports in the top right of this website.
Painful Periods NHP Supplement Programme
Vitamins / Minerals / Herbs Benefits Multivitamin and mineral designed for women A multi gives a good combination of nutrients that is the foundation of your supplement programme B vitamins approx 25mg of each B vitamins, especially B1, helpful for period pains Magnesium 300mg Relaxes the womb because magnesium is a muscle relaxant Vitamin E 400ius Up to 70% of women have found this vitamin useful in controlling period pains Vitamin C with bioflavonoids 1000mg Relaxes smooth muscles and reduces inflammation Omega 3 fish oils (770mg EPA and 510 DHA) Anti-inflammatory and anti-cramping Zinc 15mg Helps to reduce inflammation
Painful Periods NHP Enhanced Supplement Programme
Vitamins / Minerals / Herbs Benefits Bromelain 400mg Relaxes the womb and is an anti-inflammatory Dong quai approx 600mg Acts as a nautral painkiller and relaxes the wombAt the end of three months you should reassess your condition and adjust your supplement programme accordingly.It is very important when you are choosing supplements, for you to choose only the highest quality supplements you can find. This is because many of the poorer quality brands often have large quantities of fillers and other non-essential ingredients - which in some cases could actually be harmful to you - and the vitamins and minerals they contain may be in very low, ineffective intakes. You may also find that the higher doses you require are not generally available to the public.
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Supplement ProgrammesThis plan of action includes advice on your diet and a carefully selected supplement programme that are important for you at this time. Listed below are the key nutrients you need to be sure you are getting plenty of.
Your Supplement Programme
Vitamins and Minerals
- A good multivitamin and mineral capsule. (Make sure all the levels are high.)
- B complex (100 mg of each B vitamin per day; including the what you get from your multivitamin and mineral tablet)
- Magnesium (300 mg per day)
- Vitamin E (300iu per day) as d-alpha tocopherol
- Zinc citrate (15mg per day)
- Vitamin C with bioflavonoids (1000 mg twice per day)
- Omega 3 oils (EPA 700mg, DHA 500mg)
- Bromelain (500mg, 3 times a day between meals)
To ensure you are getting the right nutrition, follow the dietary recommendations outlined in the 3 Free Health Reports you can get by clicking ‘Nutrition for Women's Health’.
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