Potential Nutrient Depletions
Vitamin B9 - Folic Acid

The form of folate (a B vitamin occurring naturally in food) that is manufactured and used in supplements and fortified foods.


In nutrition, a mineral the body needs for normal muscles, nerves, and bones. It also helps keep a steady heart rhythm, a healthy immune system, normal blood sugar levels and blood pressure, and is involved in making energy and protein for the body. Magnesium is found in some foods, including green vegetables, beans and peas, nuts and seeds, and whole grains.

Vitamin A

A general term for a group of compounds that includes provitamin A carotenoids (found in foods that come from plants) and retinol (preformed vitamin A found in foods that come from animals). The body can use retinol to make retinal and retinoic acid (other forms of vitamin A). Vitamin A plays an important role in vision, bone growth, reproduction, immunity, cell development, and skin health. Vitamin A is found in some foods, including eggs, liver, fortified milk, cheese, leafy green vegetables (such as spinach, kale, turnip greens, collards, and romaine lettuce), broccoli, dark orange fruits and vegetables (such as apricots, carrots, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, papaya, mango, and cantaloupe), and red bell pepper.

Vitamin B12

A group of chemical compounds that contain cobalt and are needed for certain chemical reactions in the body. Vitamin B12 is involved in maintaining healthy nerve cells and red blood cells. It is needed to make DNA (the genetic material in all cells), and is required for the metabolism (chemical changes that take place in the tissues to produce energy and the basic materials needed by the body) of carbohydrate, fat, and protein. Also called cobalamin.

Vitamin B6

A group of water-soluble chemical compounds, including pyridoxine, pyridoxal, and pyridoxamine. It is involved in protein metabolism, is needed for the nervous system and immune system to work efficiently, and is needed to make hemoglobin (a molecule within red blood cells that carries oxygen to tissues). It also helps maintain blood glucose (sugar) within a normal range.

Vitamin C

A nutrient needed by the body to make collagen (a protein found in cartilage, tendons, ligaments, bone, and blood vessels), to absorb iron from food, and for wound healing. It is an antioxidant and protects cells from free radical damage. Vitamin C is found in some foods including citrus fruits, strawberries, peppers, dark green vegetables, tomatoes, and potatoes. Also called ascorbic acid.


Zinc is a mineral that is essential for many of the bodys normal functions and systems, including the immune system, wound healing, blood clotting, thyroid function, and the senses of taste and smell. Zinc also supports normal growth and development during pregnancy, childhood and adolescence.

Potential Depletion Symptoms

Bleeding Or Inflamed Gums, Infection, Dry Hair And Skin, Gingivitis, Nosebleeds, Weight Gain, Painful Joints, Weakened Tooth Enamel, Bruising Easily, Poor Wound Healing

Dry Skin, Dry Eyes, Night Blindness, Infertility/Trouble With Conceiving, Delayed Growth, Throat & Chest Infections, Poor Wound Healing, Acne & Breakouts

Poor Appetite, Nausea & Vomiting, Sleepiness, Weakness, Weak Bones, Muscle Twitches & Cramps, Mental Health Effects: Anxiety & Depression, Osteoporosis Risk Increase, Fatigue, Muscle Weakness, Cardiovascular Problems, High Blood Pressure, Irregular Heartbeat, Asthma Attacks

Unexplained Weight Loss, Poor Wound Healing/Wounds That Won’T Heal, Lack Of Alertness/Brain Fog, Decreased Smell And Taste, Diarrhea, Loss Of Appetite, Poor Immune Function, Frequent Head Colds, Blurry Vision, Drops In Blood Sugar, Sexual Dysfunction

Nutrient Replete Bundle: Formula #1
Nutrient Replete Bundle: Formula #1
The products in this Nutrient Repletion Formula were carefully selected by Vitopia Care's experienced Clinical team to replenish a spectrum of nutrients depleted by the drug therapy you identified using our Nutrient Depletion Checker™ This curated formula includes: Designs for...
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Potential Supplement Interactions

The stimulating effects of caffeine may be increased due to inhibition of metabolism or clearance of caffeine by hormone replacement therapy.

Calcium and Vitamin D:

Calcium and vitamin D may increase absorption of hormone replacements. These supplements are recommended to improve bone mineral density during estrogen therapy.

Red Clover Extract and Soy Isoflavones:

These supplements may interfere with the activity or absorption of hormone replacement therapy.

St. John's wort:

St. John's wort may alter hormone metabolism including estrogen and progesterone. This supplement is not recommended during hormone replacement therapy.

Zinc and Magnesium:

Excretion of these minerals is reduced by hormone replacement therapy.

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