The idea behind food supplements, also called dietary or nutritional supplements, is to deliver nutrients that may not be consumed in sufficient quantities.

Food supplements can be vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids, and other substances delivered in the form of pills, tablets, capsules, liquid, etc.

Supplements are available in a range of doses, and in different combinations. However, only a certain amount of each nutrient is needed for our bodies to function, and higher amounts are not necessarily better. At high doses, some substances may have adverse effects, and may become harmful.

For the reason of safeguarding consumers’ health, supplements can therefore only be legally sold with an appropriate daily dose recommendation, and a warning statement not to exceed the dosage.

Who needs food supplements?
Supplements are not a substitute for a balanced healthy diet.

A diet that includes plenty of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, adequate-protein, and healthy fats should normally provide all the nutrients needed for good health, skin glow and rejuvenation.

For some persons even when they eat a healthy balanced diet, they still want that added nutritional value for overall well-being.  Examples are women of childbearing age, individuals on specific medications.

Partly due to our modern lifestyle, not everyone manages to eat a healthy diet. Hence,  the need for good food supplements.


Our varieties are as:

1. Glutathione pills

2. Royal jelly capsules

3. Vitamin C capsules

4. Collagen capsules

5. Omega 3 fatty acid

6. Gluta White