Re: Can I Mix These Uckele Products With Minerals In Bulk 30-Day Supplement Recipe?
Eleanor Kellon, VMD
I have two concerns with this method. The usual way multiingredient supplements are mixed is more like mixing cement - a drum that rolls at a low speed. I honestly don't know if a high speed blender like this would do the same job. At the very least I would suggest testing a sample of the final product. even if just for one major and one trace mineral, to make sure the numbers are what they should be. My second concern is that taurine and lysine are heat sensitive. There may not be enough heat generated by the blades and motor to make a difference but I couldn't guarantee it. A tool like this that's used with a drill https://www.homedepot.com/p/ANVIL-Eggbeater-Mixer-57485/300960444?MERCH=REC-_-NavPLPHorizontal1_rr-_-NA-_-300960444-_-N or grout mixing paddle or a bread dough kneading attachment on a standing mixer would be more like it.
Eleanor in PA