Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to our most frequently asked questions.
What is the primary benefit of Serotonin?
What is SeroDaily?
SeroDaily is a multi-vitamin formulated to deliver the proper amount of vitamins and minerals crucial to your day-to-day health while supplying an additional boost of serotonin to promote a positive mood throughout your regular activities.
What is SeroPro?
SeroPro is formulated to help you with low mood and sadness without the unpleasant side effects of prescription medication.
What is SeroFit?
SeroFit is recommended if you have recently been diagnosed with “pre-diabetes” or struggling with Type 2 diabetes. It is effective without the unpleasant side effects of prescription medication. Serofit can also help if you are struggling with joint pain, or want Bariatric Surgery but don’t meet the criteria, or are at the risk for heart disease, have issues with your thyroid, or have high blood pressure and/or cholesterol.
Which product is best for me?
If you are interested in losing weight: SeroFit.
If you are interested in balancing your mood and emotional swings: SeroPro.
If you are interested in a daily multivitamin with convenient uplifting side-effects: SeroDaily.
Will these products harm me if I am taking other medication?
They will not. However, as always, check with your regular doctor before taking additional medications.
What are the most common side-effects?
There are only positive side-effects to these natural supplements. Created from the leaves of Stinging Nettle and St. John's Wort, Doctor Bob's vitamins emphasize wellness without creating new symptoms.
Are these products safe for children?
The serotonin in our products is derived primarily from the herb St. John's Wort. St. John's Wort has been used in studies of children age 6 to 16 without resulting in adverse side effects. For children younger than 6, consult Dr. Bob for a a personalized recommendation.
Are these products safe to use during pregnancy?
The serotonin in our products is derived primarily from the herb St. John's Wort. Clinical studies have not shown pregnant or breastfeeding women to have adverse side effects and have not reported on adverse side effects for the baby. However, it is best to consult Doctor Bob for a personalized recommendation.