Telling Natural Vitamins From Synthetic

HOW TO GET WELL
THE DRUGLESS WAY

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First Draft © Dennis Rocke & Dr J. M. Mungavin 1983

Updated Dennis Rocke © 2022

HOW TO TELL NATURAL VITAMINS FROM SYNTHETIC

VITAMINS SOURCE GIVEN ON LABEL NATURAL SYNTHETIC
Vitamin A Fish oils or lemon grass Natural
Vitamin A Acetate or Palmatate Synthetic
Vitamin C Acerola, broccoli, cabbage, citrus fruits, green peppers, most fresh plant foods, new potatoes and rose hips Natural
Vitamin C If source not given or ascorbic acid Synthetic
Vitamin B-Complex (choline) Soy beans or yeast Natural
Vitamin B-Complex (choline) Choline bitartrate Synthetic
Vitamin B-Complex (inositol) Corn, soy beans or yeast Natural
Vitamin B-Complex Brewer’s yeast Natural
Vitamin B-Complex No source given Synthetic
Vitamin B1 Bran, rice or yeast Natural
Vitamin B1 Thiamine Chloride or Thiamine mononitrate Synthetic
Vitamin B2 Riboflavin Synthetic
Vitamin B3 Bran, rice or yeast Natural
Vitamin B3 (niacinamide) No source given Synthetic
Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid) Yeast Natural
Vitamin B6 Bran, rice or yeast Natural
Vitamin B6 Pyridoxine hydrochloride Synthetic
Vitamin B12 Liver, fermentation concentrate or yeast Natural
Vitamin B12 Cobalamin or cyanocobalamin Natural fermentation product
Folic Acid (vitamin BG) Yeast Natural
Folic Acid (vitamin BG) No source given Synthetic
PABA (vitamin BX) Yeast Natural
PABA (vitamin BX) No source given Synthetic
Vitamin D or Vitamin D3 Fish oils Natural
Vitamin D or Vitamin D3 Calciferol or Irridated Ergosterol Synthetic
Vitamin E D-Alpha Tochopherol or Tochopherol Acetate Natural
Vitamin E Mixed Tochopherols, Vegetable oils or wheat germ Natural
Vitamin E Succinate Can be natural or Synthetic
Vitamin E Alpha Tochopherol Acetate Synthetic
Vitamin K Alfalfa or other good leafy vegetable Natural
Vitamin K Menadione Synthetic
Vitamin P-Biovlavinoids Citrin, Citrus Bioflavinoids, Hesperidin or Rutin Natural

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