When to Take Supplements in a Peyronie’s Disease Treatment Plan

Timing of Peyronie's disease treatment important

Some men at the start of care get confused about taking their Peyronie’s disease treatment supplements.  If it is true that timing is everything, as they say, it is critical to the success of your Peyronie’s disease program.  If you do not take your supplements at the right time, you are not going to get the kind of results that you should.

Double check to make sure you take each one of your Peyronies therapies at the right time.  I just had a fellow the other day – after three months of treatment – finally figure out that he got confused on the first day, and was taking his Neprinol WITH meals.  What a mistake!  He wasted precious time, opportunity and money. Do not make that kind of error.

Take these with meals (immediately before eating or during a meal):

1. Vitamin E 400/400

2. Maxi-Gamma E

3. Omega Q

4. Natural C 1000

5. Fundamental Sulfur with C (MSM) – if you are having digestive complaints when taking it    between meals on an empty stomach, otherwise take between meals


7. Acetyl-L-Carnitine

8. Prosta-Support

9. NanoGreens – our new green drink

Take these between meals (1 hour or more before eating or 2 hours after eating):

1. Neprinol

2. Fibrozym

3. Nattokinase

4. MSM (Fundamental Sulfur) – only if it bothers your digestive tract when taken on an empty stomach

5. Quercetin/Bromelain

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

At the beginning of the day, separate all the supplements you will need for that day.  It is more work to handle the bottles twice a day.  If you are going to eat every meal away from home, put what you need in each for each meal in one of the small plastic cases for easy and clean transport.

Put an “X” on the bottle top of all products you take between meals.  Finding them will be easier when you are putting your supplements in the case.

We encourage you to talk to your personal physician about any digestive problem or concern you may have.  It is critical that you keep your family doctor informed about your progress and your current condition, especially when there is a problem.

If you have ideas about other topics you would like to have addressed, or questions about Peyronie’s disease treatment or plaque, please let me know.  TRH


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