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Optimum Levels

The optimum levels and form for a supplement would be:

A - Z Vitamins and Minerals

Anti-oxidant Vitamins

Carotenoids

Vitamin A

800 ug

Alpha-carotene

0.2 mg

Vitamin C

500 mg

Beta-carotene

7 mg

Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol +      Mixed Tocopherols) 

50mg + 100mg

Cryptoxanthin

50 mcg

Other Vitamins

Lutein

6 mg

Thiamin (B1)

7.5 mg

Lycopene

5 mg

Riboflavin (B2)

7.5 mg

Zeaxanthin

40 mcg

Niacin

15mg

Soy Isoflavones 40 mg

B6

7.5 mg

Omega 3 600 mg

Pantothenic Acid

11.25 mg

Flavonoids  

B12

6.8 mcg

Green tea 150 mg

Folic Acid

200 mcg

Grapeseed/Bilberry/
Chokeberry/Elderberry
100 mg

Biotin

0.15 mg

Vitamin D

10 mcg

Betaine

400-500 mg

Vitamin K

50 mcg

Glucosamine 500 mg
Minerals  

Co-enzyme Q10

30-60 mg

Calcium 100 mg Pre-biotic Fibre  
Chromium 120 mcg         

Fermentable fibre 

3-8 g

Copper 2 mg                  Natural source
     As chromium yeast
     In chelate form
     As selenium yeast
     At least 60% genistein
     Hydrochloride not sulphate
Iodine 100 mg
Magnesium 50 mg
Manganese 2 mg            
Molybdenum 100 mcg         
Selenium 150 mcg         
Zinc 10 mg          
The above combination should give you a vastly superior defence against free radical damage (and indeed, I believe, other health threats) than a simple multi-vitamin/mineral tablet. It represents an ideal baseline of nutrition to extend the years in which wear and repair (ie. anabolic and catabolic forces) are in balance. It is also a baseline support to the immune system.

Disclosure: I have consulted for Uni-Vite Healthcare Ltd, who I’m pleased have produced a supplement that meets all these criteria. It’s available from www.nutrishield.com
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