High quality, specially formulated supplements to balance body chemistry
Founded in 1975 by Dr. Paul C. Eck, Endo-met Laboratories, Inc offer nutritional products which match their unique approach to mineral balancing.
Dr. Eck a scientist and researcher, has been considered one of the foremost authorities on nutrition and the science of mineral balancing. He was one of the first biochemical researchers to provide a scientific foundation for the field of nutritional balancing.
Dr. Eck spent over 40 years studying all major research in the fields of:
His understanding of mineral-to-mineral, mineral-to-vitamin, and vitamin-to-vitamin interrelationships has led to a broad scientific foundation for the fields of health and nutrition.
Endo-met offers a specifically formulated line of quality mineral and vitamin supplements. These supplments are designed to match each individual’s needs and create lasting change in the health and well-being of their users.
The lab is continuously researching, revising and improving their formulas to keep up to date with the latest science. Combining this research with their own, they are able to take advantage of the quality methods, procedures and ingredients making their product formulas unique.
All raw materials for their products are verified by the manufacturer with certificates of analysis-making them safe and effective.
They use certified grades of herbs, which guarantees that the pharmacologically active part of the plants is used.
Their glandular products contain animal substances that meet and often exceed, government standards. In addition, Endo-met only purchases from manufacturers who operate FDA licensed facilities.
Our glandular products come from the United States and Argentina.
The lab keeps a large inventory allowing them to fill orders quickly and efficiently.
Their commitment to providing the highest quality products and service defines them as an industry leader.
“We are proud to say our employees make a difference and our knowledgeable staff is here to answer any questions you may have to enhance your patient care.”