Rm Multivitamin Mineral-Cofactor


This formula is very unique containing vitamins, minerals, herbs, amino acids and other cofactors and the original products. This formula maximizes the necessity of the organisms to obtain all the organic nutrients require for best metabolic activity. All these ingredients can have ONLY synergistic compliance and will help the organism to absorb in maximum capacity. The regulation of the metabolism with this formula can assist in regulation of cholesterol, fats, proteins, carbohydrates improving the balance of the N.E.I.P (neuro-endocrine-immune psychological system), and the detoxification pathways, which is very important for targeted individual therapies.

With the natural herbs that this formula contains, it has to be stressed the difference between natural and synthetic.

Today there is much emphasis on natural health and natural health products. However, the words can be deceptive and misleading. As an extreme example, Socrates died from drinking a natural herbal tea. Natural does not mean better. Nor does it mean better absorbed or better utilized.


The body absorbs minerals in a chelated form. This means bound to an amino acid. Minerals found in plant and particularly animal tissues are already chelated. This is why eating liver is the best way to absorb iron – better even than dark green vegetables.

Less expensive supplements use mineral oxides, phosphates, sulfates or gluconates. These are sometimes called weak chelates. These are not as well absorbed as true chelates. 

Minerals supplements may also be in the form of colloids. Colloids are larger, solid particles that are suspended but not dissolved in a liquid. Contrary to popular literature, colloids are not well absorbed. This is why one can safely take silver, which is toxic, when it is in a colloidal form.


Vitamins vary in their preparation depending upon which vitamin one is considering, and the dosage desired. Vitmans D and B are present. B vitamins are synthetic, or produced by bacterial fermentation. Natural source B is only available in low doses, and is often derived from yeast to which many people are allergic.

NOTE: There is exciting research underway in nutrient absorption and transport mechanisms and how to enhance them. However, beware of ‘nutritional fundamentalists’ who have simplistic notions about which supplements are best. Natural does not mean better. What matters is whether a supplement delivers what the body needs in a form it can readily utilize.