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12 Active Ingredients for Promoting Ear & Hearing Health*

Vitamins C and E Major antioxidants that neutralize free radicals which may impair hearing
Niacin Helps promote blood circulation to the ears, and a favorable lip balance
Folate (as folic acid) Important in maintaining efficient blood flow and nervous system functions. Deficiencies may lead to hearing loss in elderly people.
Vitamin B-12 Clinical studies have shown an association with noise-induced tinnitus and hearing loss
Calcium Hydroxyapatite The primary type of calcium in bone; helps balance magnesium intake
Magnesium Researchers have clinically shown the value of noise-induced hearing loss
Zinc (as gluconate) An essential mineral prevalent in the inner ear
Choline Bitartrate and Inositol Lipotropics which facilitate the movement of lipids in and out of cells
Isolationism Have been shown clinically to benefit individuals with dizziness and balance performance
Gingko Biloba Extract Published clinical studies suggest this herb promotes blood flow throughout the body, including the ears.

The above information is based on published clinical reports and/or published information found below.

Ingredient References

Ames, B.N. Oxidants, Antioxidants, and the Diseases of Aging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences" 1993; 90 (17): 7915-22.

Attias J. Weisz G, Almog S, Shahar A, Wiener M, et al: "Oral Magnesium Intake Reduces Permanent Hearing Loss Induced by Noise Exposure", AM J Otolaryngology, Vol. 15, No 1 (January-February), 1994, pp. 26-32

Barger-Lux, M.J., "The Role of Calcium in Preventing Bone Fragility, Hypertension and Certain Cancers", Journal of Nutrition 1994; 123: 1406S-115.

Blumberg, J. B. "Changing Nutrient Requirements in Older Adults", Nutrition Today, September; 27 (5): 15.

Bou Kaitza, N. "A Physiological Amount of Zinc Supplementation: Effects on nutritional, lipid, and thymic status in an elderly population." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1993; 57: 566-72.

Kleijnen J. and Knipschild P.: "Ginkgo Biloba", The Lancet, Vol. 340, November 7, 1992, pp. 1136-1139

Pulec J.L., Mendoza I.H.: "Progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Subjective Tinnitus and Vertigo Caused by Elevated Blood Lipids", Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, 1997, October, pp. 1716-30

Seddon, J. M. "The use of vitamin supplements and the risk of cataract among US male physicians", American Journal of Public Health 1994; 85: 788-92

Shemesh Z, Attias J, Ornan M, et al.: "Vitamin B-12 Deficiency in Patients with Chronic-Tinnitus and Noise- Induced Hearing Loss", AM J Otolaryngology, Vol. 14, No. 2 (March-April), 1993; pp. 94-99

Williams, H.L., et al. Annals of Otology Rhinology Larngology (1963) 72, 4, 1082

Williams, H.L. Trans. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology (1964) pp. 45-56





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