These products can be used by patients, people with heart diseases, people with diabetes and high cholesterol, and those with high blood pressure.
I have not personally used all of these products. But the ones that I have tried are the following: 1. Biotin (Beta-Iodine), sold in pill form. It is available from major drug stores and many small specialty stores. If you have no idea what beta-iodine is and don't want to read the ingredients, you can ask a pharmacist or a health care professional. 2. Vitamin D (and related minerals such as calcium and iron). You can buy vitamin d supplements on the internet and in many specialty stores. Most of them are not expensive but don't make much sense. It is difficult to tell if a supplement contains vitamin D or not. A doctor will tell you if there is anything you should avoid. It is important that you talk to a pharmacist if you need more detailed information about vitamins or your health. There is a large market for supplements. There is an active debate over the safety of most of the supplements. It is hard to know the quality of the products. Most of the products claim to help and there are not enough studies to know if they are actually effective. There are a lot of different types of supplements that are available.