Gel Caps vs Veggie Caps

For most people it’s easy to choose which one is more appealing. Veggie caps of course! What is this based on? Research? No, it’s based on the popular belief that veggie caps are healthier than gel caps. And of course if you are a vegetarian you naturally prefer veggie caps.

This question is not so easily answered when it comes to Dr. Hulda Clark’s protocols. As a scientist it’s important not to fall prey to popular belief or general opinions. You may not think this happens but unfortunately it does happen in science as well as in general culture. Of course the most frequent fault of science is to favor the side of those who paid for the research.

Dr. Clark analyzes empty capsules as she does all raw materials, using her specially developed electronic methods. Frequently products investigated do not pass the test. We have noticed that the more components a product is made out of the more likely the product will not pass.

Take the case of capsules. Generally people favor veggie capsules. However, based on her testing, Dr. Clark has long favored gel caps. Veggie caps were developed only after gel caps had been on the market for decades. Gel caps, although unappealing to some, are easier to make and contain fewer ingredients. This is in alignment with our experience: the less processed food is, the purer it is.

Although gel caps are made out of bovine gelatin, Dr. Clark, based on her findings, is certain that our gel caps contain no prions that cause “mad cow” disease, or any other impurities. We buy capsules and raw materials only from reputable suppliers with strict quality control. Our supplier of gel caps never uses bones from the bovine cranium and spine, precisely to avoid this problem.

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8 Responses to “Gel Caps vs Veggie Caps”

  1. Michael Fields Says:

    I prefer vegi caps because when I consider what gelatin actually is and how it’s made I’m totally grossed out on so many levels- yuck! Surely there are non-polluted vegi caps? I’d gladly pay more for the products.

  2. Teresita Ezpeleta Says:

    Que sucede cuando la persona es tan alergica y no puede ni tomar leche de vaca, aunque este hervida, pues como tal menciona la Dra. Clark, en la seccion de alimentos para personas alergicas, la vaca puede producir PGE2, debido a los alimentos y el agua.

    Hasta que punto esta garantizado este Gel Caps? si es un caso super extremo en periodo de cura, debe o no ingerir los medicamentos en la propia capsula Gel o preferiblemente no lo haga, en cambio lo tome sin la capsula, agradeceria esta ayuda por parte de la Dra. Cark y su Equipo.

    Mi agradecimiento profundo y mi admiracion a la Dra. Hulda R. Clark

    Teresita Ezpeleta

  3. Gabriel Eilemberg Says:

    There is nothing wrong with gelatin capsules if they come from a reputable supplier. CapsCanada offers pharmaceutical grade gelatin capsules derived exclusively from BOVINE HIDES. They do not use bones of any kind, and they do not use other animals (pork, buffalos, etc.). In fact, it is the only capsule manufacturer that owns gelatin plants in BSE free countries.

    Vegetable capsules offer an alterntive for those who prefer non-animal products.

  4. drhuldaclark142 Says:

    In my opinion fruits and vegetables is best then the supplements for vitamins and minerals.

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  5. Dr Hulda Clark Says:

    Take the case of capsules. Generally people favor veggie capsules. However, based on her testing, Dr. Clark has long favored gel caps. Veggie caps were developed only after gel caps had been on the market for decades. Gel caps, although unappealing to some, are easier to make and contain fewer ingredients.
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  6. Hans Says:

    The purity is not the issue. To use animal products just to get some nutrients for our health is the case. In a higher and ethic sense there is only one answer:
    DONT USE ANYTHING WITH EYES, and if you do than please look into the animals eyes when it is slaughtered!
    I even sell Glucosamine from corn, instead of shellfish, to make a difference in this world, which is a reflection of our soul.

  7. bubbejo Says:

    Many companies use pork as their source for gelcaps. Due to the fact that I do not consume any pork or shellfish products, I prefer to use veggiecaps. If the ingredients list would identify the gelatin as bovine, I would buy them.

  8. suecosgrove@comcast.net Says:

    My nutritionist just told me that veggie caps do not digest in the stomach, but in the colon, rendering the supplement useless. The gelatin caps on the other hand readily break down in the stomach making the supplement more bioavailable. Can anyone speak to this theory?

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