All of us at some point take supplements. We want to decrease our risk of heart attack, or have more energy or sleep better or take something that helps us deal with the myriad of stressors in our life these days. We buy them at the grocery store or the local health food store, or like me, buy them on Amazon for convenience sake. I buy well known brands, but I've learned that may not be enough to guarantee quality and safety. There have been multiple reports of supplement induced medical crises. In 1989 the FDA began a large scale recall of all tryptophan containing products due to an outbreak of eosinophilia-myalgia syndromw (EMS). Toxic oil syndrome swept Spain in 1981 due to contaminated rapseed oil. So.....when I learned about Xymogen supplements, I decided to make the switch for myself, my family and what I recommend to patients.
All Xymogen products have an ePedigree. What is an ePedigree? An ePedigree is a record, in electronic form, that traces the changes in ownership of a pharmaceutical product. It begins with the manufacturer and documents the transactional history of the product until it reaches the person or organization administering or dispensing it.