Foodsupplements: For a safe and responsible use
Dietary supplements can be an addition to a balanced lifestyle and healthy diet. It is, of course, important to first read the label before using our dietary supplements. But there are a number of other aspects to take into account to ensure safe and responsible use of our products.
Dose, age and pregnancy
Always ensure you do not exceed the recommended quantity. This to prevent an excessive dose. Our dietary supplements are not suitable for people under 18 years. As a minor, you should always take into account the age restriction. For women who are pregnant or are breastfeeding, it is forbidden to use our dietary supplements, because they can have unwanted effects on the (unborn) child.
Disease and healing
The information on this page is not meant for treating or healing diseases. If you have complaints or a medical symptom, it is crucial to first consult your physician. When using medication, it is not advisable to use the food supplements. You still want to use them? Then at least consult your physician in advance.
Allergy and reaction
If you suffer from an allergy or phenylketonuria, it is important to first check what ingredients the concerning product contains. This allows you can see immediately whether the product is suitable for you. Of course it can happen you react in an extreme way to the use of certain products. If you suffer from extreme vibrations, nervousness, sleeplessness, reduced appetite or heart palpitations, directly stop with its use. When using coffee or energy drinks, keep in mind products like energizers, aphrodisiacs and slimming products. These products possibly contain a higher dose of caffeine.
This product is currently under consideration by EFSA. EFSA assesses available scientific research at European level. For example, large-scale, double-blind, placebo or other clinical research is often required to further investigate claims. The health claims on this page are based on prudent scientific research. Such a claim gives the impression that a product has a certain effect. The EFSA prescribes that certain things may be said about products, but nothing more. This law protects you as a consumer now and in the future against quackery and misinformation.