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Ajay119
August 27, 2014

Combining different ingredients might be one approach to claim synergistic or additive effect but at the same time there might be a negative effect due to pharmacokinetic or pharmacodynamic interactions. Therefore it is very important to study the interaction between two ingredients particularly when multiple ingredients are combined. It is very common in pharmaceuticals where two drugs combined may have a negative effect on each others efficacy, absorption and may pose potential side effect. Unfortunately such issue is not addressed for this formulations.
Sometime safety is more important than efficay and i did not see any toxicity or safety data available for this product. Furthermore the antioxidant effect is seen in healthy volunteers but not in diseased conditions.
I think this product needs a reevaluation

Ajay kumar DVM,MS,PhD
Director of Technical Services and Clinical Research
VETSPLUS Inc
Cofounder and chief scientific adviser
Nutraceutra consultants

AJ117
August 27, 2014

You say "may" act as an antioxidant. "May" one conclude from your research that Protandim "may not"? Do your conclusions lead you to believe that Protandim provides benefits for non-humans? I hate to sound so nit picky, but I want to be sure of what you are saying Protandim might be good for at all. Thanking you in advance for clarity.

ConsumerLab.com
September 25, 2014

Hi AJ - Protandim contains antioxidant ingredients, but the available clinical studies to date have not shown any specific health benefit.

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