Pharmaceutical Grade Supplements in West Bloomfield Township, MI

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Supplements play an important role in supporting physical and mental health and wellbeing. They feed the body with important nutrients and allow it to maintain a healthy balance.

SpinePlus Chiropractic offers pharmaceutical grade supplements to patients that come in for treatment to speed up their recovery and support their health in the long term. These high-purity supplements deliver precise amounts of the nutrients they offer without the impurities, filler, and contaminants that might be present in other supplements.

What are Pharmaceutical Grade Supplements?

To be considered a pharmaceutical grade product, a supplement must meet certain strict criteria. First, it must use only compounds and raw ingredients that pass strict tests for purity. The processes used to turn these ingredients into supplements must also conform to standards that ensure impurities do not contaminate the product during processing. To pass as a pharmaceutical grade product, the finished supplement must be at least 99 percent pure.

Pharmaceutical Grade Supplements

The United States Pharmacopeial Convention established and maintains the standards used to guide the production of supplements. To ensure that manufacturers abide by these standards, the USP conducts regular inspections of manufacturing facilities. They rate supplements by obtaining random samples for testing and quality control.

How Do Pharmaceutical Grade Supplements Benefit You?

Pharmaceutical grade supplements allow patients to receive the correct dose of nutrients each time they are consumed. Many other supplements contain varying amounts the beneficial ingredients, and studies have even found that some supplements do not contain enough nutrients to be effective.

As a practicing chiropractor, Dr. Michael J. Krygier of SpinePlus Chiropractic understands the importance of using only the best supplements. To ensure maximum efficacy, we choose pharmaceutical grade products that are free from dairy, wheat, nuts, gluten, and other potential allergens.

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