Science and Research Links

We believe in science and research. Below are links to studies that we feel will be beneficial for you when wanting to know more about the supplements found in the Planet 3 Core Supplement pack. Also contained are links to other claims we may have made on this website.

Facts & Studies

CDC says only 10 percent of Adults in the USA Get Enough Fruits & Vegetables

Eastern Virginia Medical School Covid-19 Protocol: Recommended Supplements for Prophylaxis/Preventative Treatment

NIH: Eat More Fish and Lower Your Risk of Heart Failure 

People Using Adherence Packaging Are More Than 34 Percent Likely To Regularly Take Their Pills Compared To Those Using Bottles

What Are Water Soluble Vitamins from the National Center for Biotechnology Information

What Are Fat Soluble Vitamins from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI)

Vitamin B12 

Mayo Clinic: Vitamin B12 Supplements Recommended for Older Adults

Harvard Health: Vitamin B12 Deficiency Can Be Sneaky, Harmful

Vitamin C

Vitamin C: Treating And Preventing The Common Cold

Vitamin C: Extra Dose of Vitamin C Shortens A Cold 

Vitamin D

NBCI says a high frequency of Vitamin D deficiency in the Elderly

Mayo Clinic: Vitamin D plays a critical role in forming and maintaining healthy bones. It also helps keep your muscles, nerves and immune system healthy.

UW Health: Don't rely on food alone to get your vitamin D. A multivitamin may have just 400 IU, so a vitamin D supplement is probably a good idea.  Supplementing with Vitamin D is associated with a wide range of benefits including increased cognition, immune health and bone health. 

Biotin - The Hair, Skin and Nails Supplement

National Library of Medicine: Biotin and the Treatment of Brittle Finger Nails

Cleveland Clinic: Is Biotin As Good As Advertised For Your Hair Loss?


National Library of Medicine: Elderberry Reduces Cold Duration and Symptoms, a Double-Blind Study

Are You An Air Traveler, if so take Elderberry according to this report published on the NIH

National Library of Medicine: An Evidence-Base Review of Elderberry 

Eye Health (Lutein & Zeaxanthin)

Mayo Clinic:  Certain nutrients with antioxidant properties are beneficial for eye health. These include carotenoid compounds such as lutein and zeaxanthin, and vitamins C and E. Zinc and omega-3 fatty acids are also important for eye health.  Note: Each of these nutrients listed are in the Planet 3 Core Supplement Pack.

Prevent Blindness: Zeaxanthin And It's Essential Role in Eye Health Study

American Macular Degeneration Foundation:  Zeaxanthin May Decrease Your Risk of Macular Degeneration

American Macular Degeneration Foundation:  Lutein May Decrease Your Risk of Macular Degeneration

Fish Oil - Omega 3 

Mayo Clinic: Fish Oil and Reducing The Risk of Heart Disease

Harvard Health: Fewer than 1 in 5 Americans Recommended Amounts of Fish

America Academy of Opthamology: Fish Oil Omega-3 May Help Dry Eyes

NIH: Higher consumption of fish and higher dietary or plasma levels of omega-3s are associated with a lower risk of heart failure, coronary disease, and fatal coronary heart disease.


Norte Dame: 75 percent of Americans Not Getting Enough Magnesium

National Library of Medicine: Therapeutic Uses For Magnesium

Mayo Clinic: Many People Don't Get Enough Magnesium In Their Diets Can Magnesium Supplementation Reduce Cardiovascular Risk Factors in People with Diabetes?


Cleveland Clinic: Probiotics Overview : Do Probiotics Improve Quality of Life in Seasonal Allergies?

Chelated Minerals: Better Absorption Compared To Other Minerals

Digestive Enzymes: DigeSEB a Complete Enzyme Blend for Healthy Digestion

People Using Adherence Packaging Are More Than 34 Percent Likely To Regularly Take Their Pills Compared To Those Using Bottles


National Library of Medicine: Zinc and the Common Cold

 How To Order The Core Supplement Pack, 30 daily vitamin packs

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