Nerve Support Formula
Breakthrough for Nerves
The RHP® Nerve Support Formula is specifically formulated to provide nutritional support to people who have neuropathy.
“I had a lot of pain with my feet and lower legs. A friend told me about Nerve Support products and I have relief. It’s got so good, I don’t get reminded by pain.
“I am 71 years old and feel good enough to start drag racing again. I got my life back.”
From Ronnie S. in Texas†
Healthy Nerves Don’t:
Tingle or Go Numb in the Fingers, Toes, Hands, Feet, Legs or Arms
Feel Painful When You Touch Something
Feel Cold, Burning, or Pain in the Hands, Feet, Legs and Arms
Make You Lose Your Balance or Your Coordination
Make You Feel Pain
RHP® Nerve Support Formula
Helps Build Healthy Nerves
Nerve damage or nerve pain (also known as neuropathy) is often caused by a deficiency of specific vitamins.
High blood sugar levels, medications, stress, lack of high quality nutritious food, etc. all contribute to overloading your nervous system and cause vitamin deficiencies.
When you can’t get enough of these vitamins from the foods you eat, you need to supplement your diet. The Nerve Support Formula supplies the precise ingredients needed to help build and maintain healthy nerves.
There are two vitamins which are absolutely vital to nerve health but that up until recently have not been easily available in a form that can be more readily absorbed and used by the body.
These are Benfotiamine, a special form of Vitamin B1, and Methylcobalamin, a special form of vitamin B12.
The Problem With “Ordinary” Vitamin B1 and B12
It has been known for some time that increasing the levels of Thiamine (vitamin B1) in the blood stream is a very effective way to help build healthy nerves and provide nutritional support for those who have symptoms of neuropathy.
The reason that methods like this had to be used is that Thiamine (sometimes spelled Thiamin), like all of the B vitamins, is water-soluble. Thiamine cannot be stored in the body and will flush out within approximately 4 to 5 hours. Oral intake of Thiamine over 5 mg results in greatly reduced bioavailability and also causes immediate flushing from the body (this is why urine frequently turns yellow when taking larger doses of B vitamins).
Vitamin B-12 is necessary in human health for the formation of proteins and red blood cells, and for the functioning of the nervous system. It is vitally important in maintaining the health of the outer sheathing (protective covering, also called the myelin sheath) that surrounds nerve cells.
However, Vitamin B12 is found only in animal products; meat, fish, eggs, and dairy products. Most people’s diets do not contain sufficient Vitamin B12, and so, over the years, the amount of B12 diminishes in the body.
In the past it has been difficult to remedy this vitamin deficiency. The reason for this is that while vitamin B12 is readily stored by the body, it is not readily absorbed by the body. For this reason much larger amounts have been used in supplementation, but even large oral dosages have not been an adequate solution.
The most common type of vitamin B12 used in nutritional supplements is called Cyanocobalamin. Taking Cyanocobalamin can result in absorption of as little as 1/2 of 1 percent of the amount taken, which makes it almost impossible to get enough of this vitally important vitamin for neuropathy.
In addition to the very low absorption, the body must convert the Cyanocobalamin (which cannot be used by the body) to a form of vitamin B12 the body can use called Methylcobalamin. Unfortunately, as the body gets older it loses this ability to convert Cyanocobalamin to Methylcobalamin.
For the above reasons, and as people get older, many physicians recommend regular monthly injections of vitamin B12 to maintain adequate body levels or to replenish greatly depleted stores of this vital nutrient.
Now, A Solution to the Problem!
Now, a special type of vitamin B1 has been produced, called Benfotiamine. It is a fat-soluble version of vitamin B1. What does this mean? It means this special form of vitamin B1 can be taken orally in large dosages and it will not flush out of the body the way ordinary Thiamine (vitamin B1) does.
The result is that by taking Benfotiamine the blood stream levels of vitamin B1 can now be greatly increased, nutritionally supporting the body’s nerves and nervous system.
Methylcobalamin, a form of vitamin B12 (also called Methyl B12), is now available along with Benfotiamine in the RHP® Nerve Support formula. This is the form of vitamin B12 that can be directly utilized by the body and is available in the quantities nutritionally needed by the body to help support healthy nerves in great daily supplements, such as those offered by Real Health Products. Methyl B12 can be taken orally and is immediately available to the body much like injectable vitamin B12.
Small amounts of riboflavin (vitamin B2) and vitamin B6 are included as cofactors of Methyl B12.
Folic acid is included in the formula as it helps improve circulation. Many people who have neuropathy also have bad circulation. Folic acid also works closely with vitamin B12 to help make red blood cells and help iron work properly in the body, in great daily supplements, such as those offered by Real Health Products.
Research shows that Vitamin D3 provides nutritional support for pain caused from neuropathy. One important, yet little known of the numerous functions of vitamin D, is the regulation of nervous system development and function. Vitamin D has also been found to have a neuroprotective effect.*
Why RHP® Nerve Support Formula?
The RHP® Nerve Support Formula contains a perfect blend of the right ingredients designed to provide real nutritional support to people who have neuropathy, including Benfotiamine and vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin).
The RHP® Nerve Support Formula is a nutritional supplement which has been on the market for over ten years and it is the most popular daily supplement that we offer on our online supplement store.
Benfotiamine and methylcobalamin are two of the most widely used ingredients in the world to support nerves and the nervous system.
The blood stream levels of vitamin B1 and vitamin B12 can now be greatly increased, providing the nutritional support needed by the body to rapidly and far more effectively build healthy nerves and a healthy nervous system.
The RHP® Nerve Support Formula is far more effective than either Benfotiamine or vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin) alone.‡
Both Benfotiamine and vitamin B12 have been shown to be non-toxic and have no known side effects, even in very high dosages.‡*
We’re so sure about the quality and effectiveness of the RHP® Nerve Support Formula, and that you will experience the life changing results, that we offer a 90-day money-back guarantee. A bottle containing 120 capsules is now $45.70.
Not Your Ordinary Vitamin Company
When you call a company, you should be able to reach real people, who you can speak with directly, and who will make themselves available to answer your questions.
We at Real Health Products believe in live communication. You can contact us either by phone or email and we will provide you with whatever help you need to ensure you get the results we promise with our nerve vitamins.
Helping you get results with our vitamins for the nervous system is what we are about and why our customers know we care!
“I have been taking the Nerve Support Formula for a few years, which has greatly helped with the pain and discomfort I was having with my lower legs and feet. Thanks to the product, I can now sleep without the pain.
“Have had very good support from all at Real Health Products.”
You hold in your hands an opportunity to significantly improve the health of your nerves. Your most important decision is to take action and take control of your health.
Order your RHP® Nerve Support Formula below and experience a healthy nervous system for yourself.
Here are just a few of the success stories from our customers who are using the RHP® Nerve Support Formula
†These testimonials are based on the individual experiences of these customers.
Your experience may vary.
“Nerve Support Formula has greatly helped me. I started taking it and almost immediately noticed an improvement.
“This is an excellent product, which I would highly recommend. I also greatly appreciated the assistance of the staff, they were very helpful and continually monitored my progress.”
From Margie Jensen in Virginia
“My nerves continue to get healthier and I can sleep at night, which is a great relief. So I will keep on taking your product.
“Can’t imagine what it would have been like if I had not found your web site.”
From Robert Speirs in Scotland
“I have been taking the Nerve Support Formula for just a short while now, and there seems to be a noticeable difference.
“Thank you for your email and your advice. I am very optimistic that these vitamins will do the trick!”
From Mary Smith in Pennsylvania
“One night, about two years ago, I decided to go on the Internet and that is when I found out about Nerve Support Formula. I started taking it and had some relief within a short time.
“I am SOOOO glad to have found this product. When I see the commercials on TV for expensive therapies, I don’t understand why more professionals don’t use Nerve Support Formula.”
From Eloise Stram in Minnesota
“The Nerve Support product has been very effective for me.
“Using my second bottle provided total support and it continues to do so. I was so happy to receive my current supply and have seen great results.
“Thank you for all your help.”
From Beth Augee in Oregon
“I researched and found the Nerve Support Formula and decided to give it a try. I received the Nerve Support and right away I felt an improvement. I have been taking it every day and my legs have been getting stronger and healthier.
“Now, a year later I am still taking it every day and I am so thankful for the wonderful results.
“I have recommended the Nerve Support Formula to family and friends, and I recommend it to anyone who wants healthier nerves. What a blessing!”
From Saundra Sims in Michigan
“I am happy to report that my doctor is very supportive of me taking these supplements.
“I am so grateful that this product is working.
“I greatly appreciate your support and your follow up using these products. I am telling everybody that I know about this product.”
From Vickie Garrison in California
“I wanted to let you know that my husband and I met our daughter and grand kids in the Tennessee Mountains and went hiking!
“Thank you for a product that works. I am very pleased with your Nerve Support Formula.”
From Jane Norman in Alabama
“I am very happy with the progress. I open pop cans and do all kind of things easily. I will continue with the Nerve Support at the same level.
From Mario Marsan in Ohio
“I have been on the Nerve Support Formula for many months and have had great success with it. I am very thankful for the formula and what it has done to the quality of my life.
“Thank you very much.”
From Ken Fetterolf in Pennsylvania
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the active ingredients in the RHP® Nerve Support Formula?
The two active ingredients are a special form of vitamin B1 called Benfotiamine, and a special form of vitamin B12 called Methylcobalamin (Methyl B12).
What is Benfotiamine?
Benfotiamine is a lipid (fat) soluble form of vitamin B1 (thiamine). It is found in very small quantities within roasted, crushed garlic and other vegetables such as onions, shallots, and leeks.
What is Methyl B12?
Methylcobalamin (called Methyl B12), is the form of vitamin B12 that can be directly utilized by the body. It is available in the RHP Nerve Support Formula in quantities nutritionally needed by the body to help repair itself. Methyl B12 can be taken orally and is immediately available to the body much like injectable vitamin B12.
Will ordinary Vitamin B1 and B12 work just as well?
No, they will not.
It has been known for some time that increased levels of Thiamine (vitamin B1) in the blood stream are very effective in supporting the nervous system.
Unfortunately, the oral intake of water-soluble vitamin B1 does not greatly increase the levels of B1 in the blood stream. Previously, the way that blood stream levels of B1 were increased was through periodic intravenous feeding or through injections every few weeks.
The reason that methods like this had to be used is that Thiamine (sometimes spelled Thiamin), like all of the B vitamins, is water-soluble. Thiamine cannot be stored in the body and flushes out within 4 to 5 hours. Oral intake of Thiamine over 5 mg results in greatly reduced bioavailability and immediate flushing from the body (this is why urine frequently turns yellow when taking larger doses of B vitamins).
The most common type of vitamin B12 used in vitamin supplements is called Cyanocobalamin. Taking Cyanocobalamin can result in absorption of as little as 1/2 of 1 percent of the amount taken, which makes it almost impossible to get enough vitamin B12.
Additionally, the body must convert the Cyanocobalamin (which cannot be used by the body) to a form of vitamin B12 the body can use called Methylcobalamin. Unfortunately, as the body gets older it starts losing this ability to convert Cyanocobalamin to Methylcobalamin.
Are Benfotiamine and Methyl B12 Safe?
There are numerous clinical trials and studies where Benfotiamine or Methyl B12 have been used, often in far, far higher amounts than contained in our product.
To date, there have been no reports of adverse reactions or toxic effects. Additionally, there are no reports of adverse effects or negative interactions between Benfotiamine or Methyl B12 and other supplements or doctor prescribed medications.
The FDA has set no upper limits on the use and intake of vitamin B1 or vitamin B12.
Are there any risks associated with taking the RHP® Nerve Support Formula?
As with any nutritional product, it is important to follow the instructions that are provided to you when you order the RHP® Nerve Support Formula.
If you have any questions about interactions with any other drugs, vitamins, supplements, or therapy, you should consult with your physician.
What do health care professionals say about Benfotiamine?
Numerous health care professionals know of the benefits of Benfotiamine or Methyl B12. Any in depth study on the web will produce physicians, naturopaths, neurologists, optometrists, chiropractors, etc. who have seen or know of the effectiveness of Benfotiamine and Methyl B12 in supporting the nerves of the body and the nervous system as a whole.
What is the shipping time for the product?
Your order is processed and shipped out the day we receive it or latest by the next business day. It is shipped by First Class Mail and normally takes from two to seven business days to arrive within the continental USA. Rush shipments can be arranged by calling our corporate offices in Glendale, California at (888) 580-9390 between 9:30 am and 5:30 pm PST, Monday through Friday.
Benfotiamine (Vitamin B1)
Abstract – Comparative bioavailability of various thiamine derivatives after oral administration
Abstract – Pharmacokinetics of thiamine derivatives especially of benfotiamine
Full Study – Benfotiamine blocks three major of pathways hyperglycemic damage and prevents experimental diabetic neuropathy
Abstract – A benfotiamine-vitamin B combination in treatment of diabetic polyneuropathy
Full Study – Benfotiamine in diabetic polyneuropathy (BENDIP): Results of a randomised, double blind, placebo controlled clinical study
Abstract – Effectiveness of different benfotiamine dosage regimens in the treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy
Abstract – Efficacy of benfotiamine versus thiamine on function and glycation products of peripheral nerves in diabetic rats
Methylcobalamin (Vitamin B12)
Full Study – Effects of methylcobalamin on diabetic neuropathy
Abstract – Clinical usefulness of intrathecal injection of methylcobalamin in patients
with diabetic neuropathy
Abstract – Ultra-high dose methylcobalamin promotes nerve regeneration in
experimental acrylamide neuropathy
Full Study – Protective effects of methylcobalamin, a vitamin B12 analog, against glutamate-induced neurotoxicity in retinal cell culture
Abstract – Methylcobalamin (methyl-B12) promotes regeneration of motor nerve terminals degenerating in anterior gracile muscle of gracile axonal dystrophy (GAD) mutant mouse
Abstract – The influence of pyridoxine in diabetic peripheral neuropathy (vitamin B6)
Abstract – Neuroprotective effects of folic acid on experimental diabetic peripheral neuropathy
Full Study – Dietary reference intakes for thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B6, folate, vitamin B12, etc.
Vitamin D (full study) – Vitamin D for the treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
‡ These studies are for the individual ingredients in the RHP® Nerve Support Formula.
These studies are provided for information only.
Real Health Products is not making any claims for the RHP® Nerve Support Formula as a result of the information in these studies.
†These testimonials are based on the individual experiences of these customers.
Your experience may vary.