Advanced Orthomolecular Research (AOR) is a Canadian-based company with an established reputation as a leader in advanced, innovative, and research based supplements. Orthomolecular refers "to the right amount of the right substance(s) delivered to the right place at the right time," and it is with that spirit that we craft our products. Recently voted America's favourite Canadian supplement manufacturer, AOR is founded upon the pillars of Innovative Research, Scientific Integrity, Quality Manufacturing, and Consumer Education.

Over the past two decades, AOR has become a leading provider of genuinely innovative nutraceuticals in North America and around the world. Supplements first introduced to North America by AOR include: a true, complete and balanced E-complex; Vitamin K2 in the form of MK-4; and Benfotiamine, a highly bioavailable form of vitamin B1. AOR was also the first in the world to introduce: pure D-ribose, pure R lipoic acid, strontium citrate, oxaloacetate, curcumin nanoparticles, bioavailable Boswellia serrata, and recently, the first to formulate supplements based on the direct conversion of nitrate to nitric oxide to support the body's nitric oxide production. AOR continues to put innovative, research-based natural health products into the hands of savvy consumers years ahead of their acceptance by the mainstream dietary supplement industry.

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