Dr Oz: D-5 Ribose Fibromyalgia Supplement & Tender Points Test


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Dr Oz: D-5 Ribose Fibromyalgia Supplement & Tender Points Test

Dr Holly Phillips recommends a D-5 Ribose supplements for those with Fibromyalgia because it promotes deeper, restorative sleep.


  1. Jade says

    I saw d5-ribose of Dr. Oz, but I can’t find anything with this same name. Everything is just d-ribose. I want to make sure I’m getting the right supplement. Can someone tell me for sure whether these two are actually the same?

  2. Irene H. says

    I am having the same problem as the above-mentioned people.I purchased D-ribose today as well as vitamin B12 and I am wondering whether they are the same as those mentioned on the Dr.Oz show.The D-ribose requires that a person take 4 teaspoons per day {powder form}and the B12 vitamin is in a 1000mcg dosage.I was told that the vitamin B12 does not come in any smaller dosage amount.My husband really needs help with his pain and I was hoping to get him started today but I can’t because of this confusion.Is D-ribose the same as D-5ribose?And what about the dosages in the B12? Please respond.

  3. Molinao4 says

    I had the same issue. After hours of research online I found no D5-Ribose only D Ribose. My guess is that brand uses the 5 for 5000 mg? I purchased a 5000 mg Ribose but the bottle says to take once a day and dr oz says 3x a day. I am not sure I want to triple the dose w/o talking to a doctor.

  4. Sarah says

    Has no one responded about this yet? Like everyone else who commented months ago, I’m unable to find anything (online or in stores) that says “D5-Ribose.” Everything just says “D-ribose,” which I can only assume is the same thing. I’ve been buying this for a few months now for my mother who has fibromyalgia… she cannot feel any difference yet and she is fretting endlessly about whether it’s the right product because it doesn’t say D5. Can someone please shed some light on this? Thanks.

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