From: "Frederick J. Lieberman" <>

Subject: Re: Chromium and BG lowering


A Vitamins are

>vitamins, regardless if they are synthetic or natural. The body can't

>tell the difference between the two, let alone a brand. For

>example, when doing a dumbbell curl, you could use a 10 pound dumbbell

>or a 10 pound concrete block. You know the difference, but your

>muscle doesn't. The muscle only "knows" that there is a ten pound

>weight at the end of your arm.


Vitamins are not vitamins regardless...

The active form of B6 is not pyridoxine HCl, it is pyridoxal-5-phosphate.

Likewise, thiamin pyrophosphate is the coenzyme not thiamin mononitrate.


Frederick J. Lieberman, M.S.

Clinical Nutritionist

Specializing in non-traditional methods

of identifying and addressing

food and chemical sensitivities

and the role they play in illness and the way we feel.



"It is what we think we know already that prevents us from learning."

Claude Bernard.