Hello all,

 

I wanted to ask non-USA members whether they are having any difficulties getting Protandim shipped from the USA to their country.  It is no longer possible to purchase Protandim from the US to the UK but I am unclear as to why.

 

Also I wanted to enquire what doseage of Protandim you are giving your children?  I have read in an observational study by Robin Sharp that half a tablet for children under 70lb is adequate.  Would be interested to hear what you are giving?

 

best wishes

Mark

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Hi Mark,
The makers of Protandim no longer ship to new customers in the UK. Apparently they are still honouring orders from existing UK customers though. You could always do what I did and find a very kind friend with an existing account, order through them and then ask them to ship/post it to you. If you order a year's supply at a time it should be too much of an inconvenience for your friend.
Not sure what others do with the dose, but my little boy weighs 28lb and he has a half tablet a day. I crush it in a pestler and mortar and mix it with a small amount of melted dark chocolate in an ice-cube tray. He eats his 'chocolate treat' everyday with no problem.
Thanks Lisa. I'm sure we can find someone to ship it to the UK. We are likely to give our son about half a tablet - I am assuming they are all the same dose - 675 mg for one tablet?

lisa burke said:
Hi Mark, The makers of Protandim no longer ship to new customers in the UK. Apparently they are still honouring orders from existing UK customers though. You could always do what I did and find a very kind friend with an existing account, order through them and then ask them to ship/post it to you. If you order a year's supply at a time it should be too much of an inconvenience for your friend. Not sure what others do with the dose, but my little boy weighs 28lb and he has a half tablet a day. I crush it in a pestler and mortar and mix it with a small amount of melted dark chocolate in an ice-cube tray. He eats his 'chocolate treat' everyday with no problem.
As far as I know there's only one maker of Protandim so all tablets/doses should be the same.

Marks33 said:
Thanks Lisa. I'm sure we can find someone to ship it to the UK. We are likely to give our son about half a tablet - I am assuming they are all the same dose - 675 mg for one tablet?

lisa burke said:
Hi Mark, The makers of Protandim no longer ship to new customers in the UK. Apparently they are still honouring orders from existing UK customers though. You could always do what I did and find a very kind friend with an existing account, order through them and then ask them to ship/post it to you. If you order a year's supply at a time it should be too much of an inconvenience for your friend. Not sure what others do with the dose, but my little boy weighs 28lb and he has a half tablet a day. I crush it in a pestler and mortar and mix it with a small amount of melted dark chocolate in an ice-cube tray. He eats his 'chocolate treat' everyday with no problem.
I think that you can give one tablet to a 60lb boy. I remember the rule was 1/2 of tablet per 30 lb.

they where selling protandim  in gnc but they just have one left they say because they replace it for longevity factors cellular antioxidant defense   but I really dont know if this other suplement is as good as protandim.

My kid is talking deflazacort can he take protandim and deflazacort at the same time?

Thank you

 

If anyone out there still needs to order Protandim, here is a link.  I am a Duchenne mom who has recently signed up as a distributor to help spread the word and can also get you the $40 price on autoship.  I can also ship overseas to parents who are unable to get it...I just have to do it a different way.  Oxidative stress only makes our boys condition worse.  Please let me know if you are interested.   www.mylifevantage.com/tgriffin

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