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Welcome to Biocentric Health


At Biocentric Health we provide a complete line of vitamins, minerals, herbs and nutrient-rich nutritional supplements that are scientifically formulated by four Research doctors to provide our customers with the highest clinical benefit possible. But our mission entails much more than just providing high quality nutritional supplements. Our primary mission is to empower consumers to make informed choices about nutrition by providing them with up-to-date, accurate and relevant information. 


We encourage you to explore our website in order to learn more about our company and the products we offer.

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Dr. Floyd Taub, Chairman BCH Advisory Panel

Dr. Floyd Taub is among today’s most acclaimed biomedical researchers. His work in the development of NanoDrugs(tm) caps a distinguished career on the forefront of cutting-edge medicine.
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Dr. Floyd Taub, Chairman BCH Advisory Panel

Dr. Floyd Taub is among today’s most acclaimed biomedical researchers. His work in the development of NanoDrugs(tm) caps a distinguished career on the forefront of cutting-edge medicine. Dr. Taub, a conventionally trained physician, worked for eight years in the Laboratory of Biochemistry at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), where his breakthroughs included the first array image processing system to quantify DNA hybridization and other achievements in the field of autoimmune diseases. He went on to found two highly successful biotech firms. He started the company that has changed the PAP smear, dramatically reducing the number of cancers missed and the number of unnecessary surgeries.

Dr. Taub is a graduate of the Northwestern University School of Medicine, and trained in pathology at the University of Colorado, with additional experience at the George Washington University. He is Board Certified in Anatomic Pathology, and licensed in Maryland and California. He now heads the research and development team for Biocentric Health, Inc.

 

Dr. Sandy D.
"I noticed a change since taking the Alexin with increased energy. I have never had anything change my energy so fast. I definitely can tell the difference, and am very pleased with it."
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If you’re sitting there right now rubbing your sore knee, or agonizing over your aching back, remember that thousands of others like you have found dramatic relief when nothing else worked.



"Not bothered" by pain anymore!"
I had pain building up in my shoulder and arm for a number of years before starting a joint supplement regime. I’m very pleased with Hydraflexin; my shoulder has not bothered me at all since I began taking it about 12 months ago.” —Philip, Asheville, NC**
“When I first heard of Notoxin, I didn’t think that it could possibly help the pain in my wrist. I placed one sheet on the top of my wrist and one on the underside of my wrist and went to bed. I woke up the next morning and my wrist felt great. I use Notoxin regularly to help me feel my best.” —Sara - Ft. Myers , FL **


"I love your product. What more can I say. I have had terrible allergies and I also have a low immune system due to being born prematurely with complications. Since taking this product my allergies are better, I am sleeping regularly, everyone notices I am looking better and brighter. I am also having an easier time outdoors and I am able to spend more time outside. This is a big thing for me. I missed being outdoors! My daily cycle is becoming more dependable and I am generally feeling better all over. Even my friends who are in the medical field are asking me what I am taking because they notice the difference." When she ran out of the product she wrote: "my allergies are worse again and my energy level is down again". M.D., Winchester, Virginia

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Low Testosterone in Conjunction with Vitamin D Deficiency May Predict Mortality in Older Men with Heart Disease

A recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology reports that a combination of low testosterone and low Vitamin D levels may predict increased risk of mortality in older men with heart disease.

Older men interested in enhancing their testosterone and Vitamin D levels may want to consider supplementing with Androx™ and Total Daily Advantage
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Two Recent Studies on Multivitamins Show Improved Memory & Reduced Risk of Cardiovascular Disease 

Multivitamins Effective in Improving Memory


Researchers from the Facility of Medicine and Nursing, Monash University, Clayton, Australia report that a controlled trial of 3,200 subjects discovered that multivitamins can be used efficaciously to improve cognitive abilities.
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Multivitamin May Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease.

Source: American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

According to recent research, women who take a multivitamin may be at reduced risk for heart attack. The study, which was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, included 31,671 women with no history of cardiovascular disease and 2,262 women with a history of cardiovascular disease. The results of the trial revealed that in women with no history of cardiovascular disease the use of a multivitamin alone was associated with a 27 percent reduced risk of heart attack as compared with those who did not take any multivitamin. It was also found that those who took a multivitamin along with other supplements had a 30 percent lower risk. Long-term use of multivitamins (over five years) was more strongly linked with lowering the risk of heart attack.

Based on the encouraging results of these recent studies adding Biocentric’s Total Daily Advantage to their daily supplementation protocol should be considered
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Low Testosterone in Conjunction with Vitamin D Deficiency May Predict Mortality in Older Men with Heart Disease

CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE - Vitamin D, Testosterone
"Combination of low free testosterone and low vitamin D predicts mortality in older men referred for coronary angiography," Lerchbaum E, Pilz S, et al, Clin Endocrinol
Free testosterone (FT) and 25-hydroxyvitamin D (vitD) were evaluated for impact of parallel deficiency in a large cohort of older men (n= 2069) referred for coronary angiography. Researchers found an increased risk for all-cause mortality, cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular mortality in men with both low FT and vita and that combined deficiency of FT and VitD may be significantly associated with fatal events.



Multivitamins Effective in Improving Memory

ALZHEIMERS DISEASE, DEMENTIA Multivitamins
"The Effects of Multivitamins on Cognitive Performance: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis," Grima NA, Pase MP, et al, J Alzheimers Dis, 2012 Feb 13.


A systematic review of randomized controlled trials discovered that multivitamins can be used efficaciously to improve cognitive abilities. Meta-analysis was conducted on randomized, placebo-controlled trials (n=10/ n = 3,200) which reported on the chronic effects (>=1 month) of oral multivitamin supplementation on any valid cognitive outcomes. Survey indicated that multivitamins were effective in improving immediate free recall memory.


Multivitamin May Reduce Risk of Cardiovascular Disease.
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition

Cardiovascular disease or heart disease is a class of diseases that involve the heart or blood vessels (arteries and veins). There are several risk factors for cardiovascular disease that are essentially immutable. These are older age, male gender, and a family history of CVD. Additionally, three major risk factors identified include cigarette smoking, dyslipidemia (high cholesterol), and hypertension. Other identified factors associated with increased risk for cardiovascular disease include physical inactivity, sleep problems, diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis, obesity, excessive intake of alcohol, thrombotic and fibrinolytic factors, elevated homocysteine levels, certain infections and inflammation, exogenously administered estrogens and androgens, certain psychosocial factors, increased fasting glucose. and frequency of migraines. The synergism of the presence of multiple risk factors must also be considered.

A multivitamin is a preparation intended to supplement a human diet with vitamins, dietary minerals and other nutritional elements. A multivitamin/mineral supplement is defined in the United States as a supplement containing 3 or more vitamins and minerals but does not include herbs, hormones, or drugs, with each nutrient at a dose determined by the Food and Drug Administration and the maximum daily intake that will not cause a risk for adverse health effects. People with dietary imbalances may include those on restrictive diets and those who cannot or will not eat a nutritious diet. Pregnant women and elderly adults have different nutritional needs than other adults, and their physicians may indicate it would be beneficial for them to take a multivitamin.

According to recent research, women who take a multivitamin may be at reduced risk for heart attack. The study, which was published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, included 31,671 women with no history of cardiovascular disease and 2,262 women with a history of cardiovascular disease. The women were between the ages of 49 and 83 years. The participants completed a questionnaire regarding their use of dietary supplements, diet and lifestyle factors. After an average of follow-up of over ten years, a total of 932 cases of heart attack were noted in the cardiovascular disease-free group and 269 heart attack cases in the group with a history of cardiovascular disease. The results of the trial revealed that in women with no history of cardiovascular disease the use of a multivitamin alone was associated with a 27 percent reduced risk of heart attack as compared with those who did not take any multivitamin. It was also found that those who took a multivitamin along with other supplements had a 30 percent lower risk. Long-term use of multivitamins (over five years) was more strongly linked with lowering the risk of heart attack.
 * These statements have not been reviewed or evaluated by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness.

** A testimonial reflects one person's experience. Actual results may differ. We encourage you to share your experiences with us.



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