How to take supplements in a Dupuytren contracture treatment plan
Some people get confused about taking their Dupuytren contracture treatment supplements at the start of care. If it is true that timing is everything, as they say, then timing is critical to the success of a Dupuytren treatment program. Therapy supplements not taken at the right time can be the difference between slight progress and great progress, and even no progress and complete recovery.
It is wise to double check that each one of your dupuytren therapies are taken at the right time. Not that long ago I spoke to a woman from England – after four months of self care – finally realize that she got confused on her first day on her treatment plan, and was taking her Neprinol WITH meals. What a terrible mistake, and waste of valuable opportunity for recovery!
Take these with meals (immediately before eating or during a meal):
1. Vitamin E (Maxi-Gamma, Formula # 400/400 or Unique E)
3. Fundamental Sulfur with C (MSM) – (start by taking between meals –if not tolerated well and having gastric complaints, then take with meals, as shown below)
4. Acetyl-L-Carnitine (start by taking between meals –if not tolerated well and having gastric complaints, then take with meals, as shown below)
Take these between meals (1 hour or more before eating or 2 hours after eating):
4. Fundamental Sulfur with C (MSM)
7. Scar-X – be careful you do not even chew gum or eat candy during this time; your mouth must not even have the taste of food in it when you take homeopathy
It saves time and effort to separate all the supplements you will need for the day, at the beginning of the day. It takes far more time and effort to handle the bottles twice a day, rather than doing just once. If you are going to eat all your meals away from home, put all your supplements you will take at each meal in a small plastic bag for easy and clean transport. Dropping these bags in your purse of shirt pocket makes it easier to remember and easy to take as the day progresses.
A helpful tip is to write a large “X” on the bottle top of all products you take between meals. Finding them will be easier when organizing your supplements each day.
Please talk to your personal physician about the Dupuytren plan you are going to follow, and any digestive upset that might occur along the way. Keep your family doctor informed about your progress and your current condition, especially when there is a problem.
Contact Dupuytren Contracture Institute for helpful ideas about how to start a Dupuytren treatment plan with Alternative Medicine.