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COVID-19 Update: We are continuing to suspend our in-office visits as Governor Mills continues "State of Civil Emergency" in Maine. For your safety and the safety of our staff, we ask that you schedule a Tele-Medicine visit. We will continue to post updates as we continue to care for all our patients.
Tele-Medicine Conferences available NOW at reduced prices.  Click here to schedule your consult.


Most people are confused, to say the least, about vitamin and mineral supplements. Some say, "Why do I need them if I’m eating right? I get all I need in my foods." Others know they should be taking some sort of supplements, but don’t know what and end up taking vitamins that may be poorly absorbed and do nothing for them.
So, why take extra supplements? In the early 1940’s the government knew that the soil was depleted of minerals. The U.S. Department of Agriculture did a study that showed that plants grown on synthetic fertilizers tend to be bigger and heavier merely because they hold more water. But the nutrient value when analyzed showed a significant lower concentration of protein, vitamins and trace elements than organic foods, especially in zinc and manganese. So, eating those "good foods" does not ensure an adequate amount of essential vitamins and minerals even when the diet is "well balanced".

What minerals and other supplements should I take?

Each person is unique in their needs for supplements.  We offer several tests which can analyze and report specific vitamin, mineral, and other supplemental needs for optimal health.  A Tele-conference with Dr. Psonak is available which can clarify which test(s) may be appropriate.  Click here for more information.


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