Greenberg Oral Chelation Study-page 15
Safe Dose Level Standards (Comparison) Chelorex
Chelation Supplement Formula
Oral Lead/Toxic Metal Chelation Formula (DGB1 D) Natural Food Supplement
* DV not established.
* Actual measurement is not listed due to
proprietary blend trade secret, however actual value is
less than listed quantities and well under any established
adverse reaction standards
**Serving Size: 1 caplet per 20 lbs body weight 2x Daily
DV (Daily Value): Previously was Recommended
Daily Allowance. These dosages are the minimum amount necessary
for good health as determined by the National Academy of
Sciences, acting for the U.S. Government. New
nutritional research is leading some researchers and clinicians to estimate that these doses may not be high enough
to support optimal health in today's stressful world.
NOAEL: Meaning the "No Observed Adverse
Effect Level." These dosages have been estimated by
The Food and
Nutrition Board of The Institute of Medicine (Inst of Med) or The Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), and are
updated periodically. No observed adverse reactions (side effects) have been recorded at these levels.
LOAEL: Meaning the "Lowest Observed Adverse Effect Level." These dosages were determined by The Institute of Medicine or CRN to be safe for almost everyone, but "may require the application of a safety factor to calculate safe intake" for people with unusual vitamin or mineral sensitivities.
MTD's: Meaning the "Minimum Toxic Dose." These dosage levels were published in Pharmacy Times Vitamin Safety Index, May, 1985, as very conservative estimates of the minimum doses that may cause toxic effects (side effects). As can be seen from the table, the levels of vitamins and minerals found in high potency multi-vitamins are not in the adverse effects or toxic ranges. They are far lower than doses that have the potential to be lethal. (The U.S. Government Centers for Poison Control's first 10 -year report showed no deaths from vitamins, 60 deaths from accidental iron poisoning, 2556 deaths from OTC drugs like aspirin, and over 1,000,000 deaths from prescription drugs.)
PDR: Physicians' Desk Reference PDRhealth
http://www.pdrhealth.com/drug_info/index.html . Data in
the chart above is extrapolated by the authors from the
above website and is based on research listed in the PDR.
|Daily ValueUS Gov'tMin Level For
|NOAELCRN-Inst/MedNo ObservedAdverse Effect
|LOAELCRN- Inst/MedLowest Observed
Adverse Effect Level
|VitaminC||mg||1,667||60||1,000+||None||2,000 - 5,000||3,000|
|Cilantro (10:1 extract)||mg||*>10,000||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||10,000+|
|Chlorella algae||mg||*>10,000||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||10,000+|
|MSM||mg||*>10,000||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||10,000+|
|Taurine||mg||*>10,000||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||10,000+|
|Alpha-Lipoic acid||mg||*>600||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||600|
|N-Acetylcysteine||mg||*>1,800||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||1,800|
|Glutamine||mg||*>21,000||*||No Data||No Data||No Data||21,000|