Made with the best natural ingredients that deliver results.
Kent Holtorf, M.D., the developer of Holtraceuticals, is the founder of the Holtorf Medical Group, which specializes in integrative and natural therapies, endocrinology, thyroid dysfunction, fatigue syndromes, adrenal insufficiency, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic infections and complex endocrine dysfunction.
Internationally acclaimed for his cutting-edge therapies, patients travel from around the world for treatment at his centers. In the last ten years Dr. Holtorf has developed, tested and utilized hundreds of natural and pharmaceutical therapies in his centers. Through this process he has found the best natural ingredients and has formulated supplements that deliver results. He now brings these breakthroughs to the general public with the Holtraceuticals line.
"I personally guarantee that Holtraceuticals is unmatched in quality, potency and effectiveness. Feel the difference."
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Enzymes are critical for healthy digestion, which itself is an essential component of overall wellness. In the presence of enzymatic deficiency or imbalance, even if an individual is following an ideal diet, they are likely to suffer from malnourishment and various digestive issues. For healthy digestion to be possible, the body must maintain appropriate enzyme….Read Article
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It is well known that as we grow older the body begins to slow down. However, for many it’s not clear why this happens or what can be done to prevent it. One of the greatest contributors of age-related dysfunction including declining heart health, reduced cognitive function, and muscular atrophy are free radicals. When in….Read Article