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Montiff ATP 25 mg 90 tabs

von Montiff
SKU 10381
Original price $32.00 - Original price $32.00
Original price
$32.00
$32.00 - $32.00
Current price $32.00

Montiffs ATP is the highest quality available. President Don Tyson was the first person to introduce the active enteric preparation of ATP in 1984 to the United States. The tablets are enterically coated to allow them to dissolve in the small intestine for optimal absorption and assimilation.

Amount Per Serving
Pure ATPAmount Per Serving:25 mg
  • Wheat Free
  • Soy Free
  • Yeast Free
  • Sugar Free
  • Starch Free
  • Corn Free
  • Free of Artificial Colors/Flavors
Suggest use:
1-3 tablets up to three times a day or as directed by a health care professional.
Caution: ATP is a very safe substance, however, it is not recommended for those with hypotension, due to possible hypotensive effects.
Contains no Starch, Corn, Milk, Wheat, Yeast, Sugar, Eggs, Salt, Artificial Colors, Binders, Flavors, Preservatives or fish derivatives.
Note: The date on this item reflects the date of manufacture.

Customer Reviews

Based on 49 reviews
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V
Victor lopera
Good product

Health

D
Donnaster
Tastes like yuck

They taste like a weak berry candy made from juice that was past its sale date

A
Amy J. Anderson
Yum

I have tried a handful of other stevia drops but I keep coming back to Now Better Food's drops. The flavor is so good that I stopped drinking soda and only drink this now, so water intake is no problem. The maple is my favorite flavor of those that I've tried. English toffee is really good too. There's no bitter aftertaste or acidic feel like I've noticed with other brands. I simply can't be without these drops!

h
healthwatcher
Missing from my diet...

As a vegan due to health issues, I noticed on a tracker that I use that my intake of tyrosine was ZERO! I started taking 1/4 tsp a day and reviewed this with my doctor who said that was adequate for me considering the thyroid treatment I am on.

g
grillion
They tried.

As a Vermonter, I put real maple syrup in my coffee, but I've been trying to cut back on my sugar intake. Thought I'd give this a try, but it's just not maple. It has almost a pencil shaving nature to it. Was really hoping it would be good.