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Vitamins & Supplements

Where, Oh Where, Do YOU Begin?

The options for utilizing a vitamin/supplement can be so overwhelming that you may not know where to begin! Do you know which vitamins/supplements would be best for you based on your unique needs, wants and/or conditions?

I hope you find the table below extremely helpful! If you have ANY questions or concerns, please feel free to email me directly.

Our Promise to YOU: Bridgewater Chiropractic ONLY sells Top-Quality Vitamins / Supplements that are only sold to medical and chiropractic physicians. The quality of the vitamins you are receiving are nothing short of the very best.

Essential Vitamins: Where it Targets: What it Does:
Catalyn Whole Body Maintenance Best Multivitamin on Market
Tuna Omega 3 Whole Body Maintenance Essential Fatty Acid
Trace Minerals Whole Body Maintenance Vitamin B-12
Vitamin Specific to Need (A-Z): Where it Targets: What it Does:
A-F Beta Food Digestive Health Breaks Down Fat / Beet Supplement
Allerplex Seasonal Allergies Seasonal Allergies
Catalyn Whole Body Maintenance Best Multivitamin on the Market
Cruciferous Complete Cell Reproduction Detoxification of Cell Cultures
Congaplex Bacterial/Viral Infections Fights Bacterial / Viral Infection
Diaplex Supports those with Diabetes Great for those with Blood Sugar Issues
Drenamin Stress / Adrenal Gland Natural Stress Reducer
Glucosamine Synergy Supports Joints Whole Body Joint Support
Green Foods Whole Body Maintenance For those that don't eat vegetables daily
Gymnema Sugar Suppressor Sugar suppressor Regulates blood sugar levels
Immuplex Immune System Supports Stronger Immune System
Ligaplex I Tissue /Ligament Repairing Great for Acute, Intense Pain
Livaplex (No) Gallbladder Supports those w/o GB break down fats they can't otherwise
Symplex F Female Endocrine System: Thyroid, Adrenal, Ovary, Pituitary Supports women's health after pregnancy and/or menopause
Trace Minerals B-12 Vitamin B-12 Whole Body Maintenance
Tuna Omega 3 Whole Body Maintenance Essential Fatty Acids Whole Body Maintenance, Metabolism, Inflammation
Zypan Acid Reflux Supports the gastrointestinal pH & the environment of the gastrointestinal tract

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  • "I was in a motor vehicle collision last year which really scared me. After 40 stitches in the head, a hospital stay, some drugs and continuous neck pain, I finally decided to see a Chiropractor. I have NEVER looked back. Not only did Dr. Bello work with my lawyer to submit documentation of my injuries for compensation, I have never received the type of one-on-one care I have from another healthcare professional. I now continue to see Dr. Bello twice a month for maintenance and slowly but surely I am getting back on my feet."
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