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Mitochondrial Support and NT Factor

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by acrosstheveil, Nov 30, 2014.

  1. acrosstheveil

    acrosstheveil Senior Member

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    I took NT Factor energy some years ago and it gave me a ton of energy at the time even being extremely sick. I am interested in taking it again but you can only order their supplements through a doctor. I am not seeing my old LLMD anymore so it is unavailable. Are there similar products on the market?

    here is a link to the ingredients:

    https://www.researchednutritionals.com/store/item.cfm?code=CRN101&cat=2

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  2. Martial

    Martial Senior Member

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    Nutricology NT aging factor/energy factor is a brand name supplement you can buy from multiple sources.
     
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    halcyon Senior Member

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    Yeah, that's why I linked to the Allergy Research Group product. They are identical, no good reason for the Nutricology one to be $12 more.
     
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    undcvr Senior Member

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    In my opinion NT Factor is jut concentrated phospholipids, the website says so itself. They extracted and concentrated the phospholipids out from Lecithin. Did high dose lecithin work for you? should work somewhat at least because those phospholipids can repair the cell surfaces besides being able to help the liver and digestion. The other minerals in there can be obtained separately.
     
  9. perchance dreamer

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    I've never taken NT Factor, but for general mitochrondrial support, I really like Neurobiologix Mitochondrial Restore. Kendal Stewart is one of my doctors, and he created it:

    http://www.neurobiologix.com/product-p/13.htm

    I get energy from taking just one although the suggested dosage is 2 or 3.
     
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    @perchance dreamer It looks like a good product but all of these seem to have carnitine in them which I can't tolerate even at a much lower dose. Carnitine made me agitated with insomnia and not sure if I should risk trying it again?
     
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    I used to not be able to take even 1/4 of a capsule of Mitochondrial Restore. It gave me insomnia in even the tiniest amounts. I'm tolerating this and some other supplements better and am able to increase dosages since getting glutathione IVs. It seems to be helping with my extreme sensitivities.
     

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