Supplements here, supplements there, supplements everywhere. It is hard to decipher complicated ingredient lists without a PhD and its even harder to trust user reviews now that every company heavily edits theirs. We are going to take a look further into the product Added Protection III, a vitamin, mineral, and trace element supplement to see if we can decode the presented “facts” and find the actual truth. Is this product actual safe for users to take 6 times daily as directed? You are about to find out, so stay tuned.
Added Protection III combines minerals, vitamins, two amino acids, and antioxidants into one highly concentrated supplement. Ingredients like beta-carotene and methionine are hard to get sufficient amounts of just through a regular diet. That is why Added Protection III was invented, to try and fill in the gaps of daily nutrition and leave the body always operating on a surplus of these minerals, vitamins, and trace elements.
vitamin A, Beta carotene, Vitamin D3, Vitamin E succinate, Vitamin K1, Vitamin C, Vitamin B1, Vitamin B2, Niacin, niacinamide, pantonthenic acid, Vitamin B6, folic acid, vitamin b12,biotin, choline, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, copper, manganese, zinc, iodine, chromium, selenium, molybdenum, vanadium, Boron 2, PABA, inositol, citrus bioflavanoids, DL-methionine and L-cysteine.
If your cells are deprived of the nutrients they need it is hard for them to operate at their highest capacity. The supplement serves to provide cells with more nutrition than they can actually use or need. It is a hypoallergenic blend that has no synthetic flavorings or colorants. Without artificial sweeteners and preservatives, you are feeding your body only the nutrients it needs to feel its best everyday.
Consult a physician before use if you are breast feeding, pregnant, already on medications, have heart, liver, spleen, or pancreas problems. Do not give to an infant before talking to their pediatrician. The most common side effect is an increased appetite, which is not necessarily a negative thing. Other reported side effects include but are not limited to: skin rashes, discolored teeth, itchy skin, body odor, bad breath, headaches, nausea, and dehydration.
If you have a weak stomach or any of the conditions listed above, steer clear of this product! I would take it with extreme caution. While none of the ingredients are dangerous in and of themselves, when combined in such high doses they can be dangerous interacting with different body chemistries. Added Protection III is definitely not for the faint of heart. You need to take it 6 times a day with meals and drink tons of water to avoid getting sick from taking it. If you are ready to make this supplement a part-time job, it is effective in boosting your body’s overall functions.