Bring balance back to health

Identify medication-caused nutrient deficiencies with Mytavin’s curated search tool.

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Free and easy to use

Curated by licensed
medical professionals

Evidence-based data

What is

Mytavin was developed by Dr. Jeff Gladd, MD in 2009 upon learning about the prevalence of nutrient deficiency caused by every day medications and the lack of understanding surrounding this issue in the medical community.

Pharmaceutical drugs can affect the nutritional status of patients and contribute to nutrient depletions, even when they are prescribed according to the label instructions.

Certain drugs may:
  • Impact the absorption of nutrients in the digestive tract
  • Accelerate the metabolism of certain nutrients
  • Impact the excretion of nutrients

Our Mission

To assist medical practitioners and their patients in achieving the best possible health outcomes without increasing the time it takes to provide excellent care.

Dr. Jeff Gladd, MD

Mytavin’s Medical Review Board

Our Data

Search results are curated by Mytavin’s Medical Review Board, a team consisting of licensed medical professionals across the United States and Canada, and sourced from clinical trials within A-D evidence quality levels according to our evidence rating scale.

As of June 2021, our database was completely overhauled to provide unparalleled accuracy and released as a beta. If you have any feedback or suggestions, please contact us.

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What’s New

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July 28, 2021 News

Mytavin Update 2.2: Multi-Search

You can now search for multiple medications at once in our new search experience.

June 28, 2021 Health

PPIs: Risks of Long-Term Usage

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) have become one of the most commonly prescribed medications in the world but with long-term use comes increased risks and side effects.

June 17, 2021 News

Mytavin Update 2.1

Welcome to the new and improved Mytavin. On top of aesthetic changes you’ll notice several improvements to Mytavin’s depletions search tool experience.