Ear-Vite PLUS Dietary Supplement
120 tablets per bottle
Since 1998, many Ear, Nose & Throat physicians (Otolaryngologists), along with associated medical professionals, have been recommending the Ezy Dose Self-Care Ear-Vite Plus supplements as dietary support for hearing health and ear problems resulting in hearing loss.
Specifically, these vitamin and mineral supplements have been recommended to help relieve distressing ear-related symptoms, such as noises and/or ringing in the ears (Tinnitus), and as a nutritional supplement for possible vitamin and mineral deficiencies related to noise-induced hearing loss, advanced age, or stress.
Our third-generation formula includes 13 active ingredients. Separate clinical studies show that several of the ingredients have been found to provide dietary support for ear and hearing health.
13 Dietary Ingredients
- Vitamin C
- Vitamin E
- Vitamin B-12
- Ginkgo biloba
- Lemon bioflavonoids
- Choline bitartrate
- Current statistics show there is evidence for the benefits of Ginkgo biloba1 on ear and hearing health
- Over half of the US adult population (122 million people) purchase dietary supplements2
- Fortschr Med Orig. 2000;118 (4):157–164. German.
- Center for Disease Control. 2011. Dietary Supplement Use Among US Adults Has Increased. CDC data brief: http://1.usa.gov/1QF8OBS 2016.
Ear-Vite PLUS® Dietary Supplement Facts
Suggested use: 1-2 tablets, two-three times a day or as directed
12 Active Ingredients for Promoting Ear & Hearing Health*
|Vitamins C and E||Major antioxidants that neutralize free radicals which may impair hearing|
|Niacin||Helps promote blood circulation to the ears, and a favorable lip balance|
|Folate (as folic acid)||Important in maintaining efficient blood flow and nervous system functions. Deficiencies may lead to hearing loss in elderly people.|
|Vitamin B-12||Clinical studies have shown an association with noise-induced tinnitus and hearing loss|
|Calcium Hydroxyapatite||The primary type of calcium in bone; helps balance magnesium intake|
|Magnesium||Researchers have clinically shown the value of noise-induced hearing loss|
|Zinc (as gluconate)||An essential mineral prevalent in the inner ear|
|Choline Bitartrate and Inositol||Lipotropics which facilitate the movement of lipids in and out of cells|
|Isolationism||Have been shown clinically to benefit individuals with dizziness and balance performance|
|Gingko Biloba Extract||Published clinical studies suggest this herb promotes blood flow throughout the body, including the ears.|
The above information is based on published clinical reports and/or published information found below.
Ames, B.N. Oxidants, Antioxidants, and the Diseases of Aging. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences” 1993; 90 (17): 7915-22.
Attias J. Weisz G, Almog S, Shahar A, Wiener M, et al: “Oral Magnesium Intake Reduces Permanent Hearing Loss Induced by Noise Exposure”, AM J Otolaryngology, Vol. 15, No 1 (January-February), 1994, pp. 26-32
Barger-Lux, M.J., “The Role of Calcium in Preventing Bone Fragility, Hypertension and Certain Cancers”, Journal of Nutrition 1994; 123: 1406S-115.
Blumberg, J. B. “Changing Nutrient Requirements in Older Adults”, Nutrition Today, September; 27 (5): 15.
Bou Kaitza, N. “A Physiological Amount of Zinc Supplementation: Effects on nutritional, lipid, and thymic status in an elderly population.” American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 1993; 57: 566-72.
Kleijnen J. and Knipschild P.: “Ginkgo Biloba”, The Lancet, Vol. 340, November 7, 1992, pp. 1136-1139
Pulec J.L., Mendoza I.H.: “Progressive Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Subjective Tinnitus and Vertigo Caused by Elevated Blood Lipids”, Ear, Nose and Throat Journal, 1997, October, pp. 1716-30
Seddon, J. M. “The use of vitamin supplements and the risk of cataract among US male physicians”, American Journal of Public Health 1994; 85: 788-92
Shemesh Z, Attias J, Ornan M, et al.: “Vitamin B-12 Deficiency in Patients with Chronic-Tinnitus and Noise-Induced Hearing Loss”, AM J Otolaryngology, Vol. 14, No. 2 (March-April), 1993; pp. 94-99
Williams, H.L., et al. Annals of Otology Rhinology Laryngology (1963) 72, 4, 1082
Williams, H.L. Trans. American Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology (1964) pp. 45-56
*This statement has not ben evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease