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Mar 22

Magnesium FIZZ

Magnesium FIZZ | Baywood

Magnesium FIZZ™ combines optimal amounts of magnesium, vitamin C, potassium, vitamin B5 and B6, along with manganese, zinc, folate, biotin, chromium and selenium, in order to provide a magnesium-rich multi-mineral complex formula. Many consumers have requested a product like this, since magnesium is a mineral that is often deficient in the standard American diet. Magnesium …

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Mar 22

Diosmin

Diosmin

Diosmin and Hesperidin are used widely in Europe for decreasing the appearance of varicose veins and spider veins, and also hemmorhoids. Hesperidin is the predominant flavonoid in lemons and oranges. The peel and membranous parts of these fruits have the highest hesperidin concentrations. Hesperidin is classified as a citrus bioflavonoid. Hesperidin, Diosmin and other flavonoids …

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Mar 22

Cal-Mag FIZZ

Cal-Mag FIZZ

Effervescent clend dissolves in cold water with no mixing. Baywood’s unique effervescent blend of Cal-Mag FIZZ™ provides maximum absorption of all its ingredients. Cal-Mag FIZZ™ contains its nutrients in a more highly bioavailable form which is gentler to the stomach, and often more suitable than solid supplements, especially for children and the elderly. Our special …

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Mar 22

Dr Harris’ Original Snore Formula

Dr Harris' Original Snore Formula - Baywood

Get it today and enjoy a quieter night’s sleep. Dr. Harris’ Original Snore Formula is – Fast Acting 100% Natural Doctor Tested & Recommended Easy To Take Dr Harris’ Original Snore Formula SuperSizeHealth.com – The nutritional supplement source for unique health products. Bookmark to: Hide Sites

Mar 19

beta-s

Baywood beta-s

What is Beta-sitosterol? Beta-sitosterol is a plant sterol similar in structure to cholesterol, found naturally in fruits, vegetables, beans (especially soy), nuts, and seeds. Phytosterols, (plant sterols) including beta-sitosterol, contain a complex of specific types of plant sterols known as sitosterolins, stigmasterol and campesterol. How does it work? Beta-sitosterol actually inhibits intestinal absorption of dietary …

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