Dietary Supplements

Dietary supplements are intended to add to or supplement the diet and are different from conventional food. Generally, to the extent a product is intended to treat, diagnose, cure, or prevent diseases.

Dietary Supplements are drugs, even if it is labeled as a dietary supplement. Supplements are ingested and come in many forms, including tablets, capsules, soft gels, gel caps, powders, bars, gummies, and liquids.

Common supplements are including:

  • Vitamins (such as multivitamins or individual vitamins like vitamin D and biotin).
  • Minerals (such as calcium, magnesium, and iron).
  • Botanicals or herbs (such as echinacea and ginger).
  • Botanical compounds (such as caffeine and curcumin).
  • Amino acids (such as tryptophan and glutamine).
  • Live microbials (commonly referred to as “probiotics”).

We provide numbers of raw ingredients to dietary supplements include:

  • Vitamins & Minerals
  • Amino Acids
  • Microbes’ Food

Vitamins & Minerals

Vitamins (such as multivitamins or individual vitamins like vitamin D and biotin) & Minerals (such as calcium, magnesium, and iron) are organic compounds that our bodies use, in very small amounts, for a variety of metabolic processes.

Vitamins and minerals are a form of nutrient (called micronutrients). Although micronutrients don’t give us energy, they are involved in the metabolic processes that enable us to get energy from carbohydratesprotein and fat, which are also known as macronutrients.

Example of Vitamins & Minerals including:

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B7

Vitamin B9

Vitamin B12

Vitamin C

Vitamin A

Vitamin D

Vitamin E

Vitamin K














Amino Acids

Amino acids, often referred to as the building blocks of proteins, are compounds that play many critical roles in your body.  Human needs them for vital processes such as building proteins, hormones, and neurotransmitters.

There are nine essential amino acids, each of which performs a number of important jobs in your body which are Phenylalanine, Valine, Threonine, Tryptophan, Methionine, Leucine, Isoleucine, Lysine, and Histidine.

Microbes' Food

Microorganisms, both bacteria and fungi, are used as additives in fermentation process to differ the content from the starting material in texture, flavor and keeping quality. Fermentation causes changes in the nutritional content of foods; vitamin and amino acid levels may increase, decrease or remain static.

The supplement alteration results heavily dependent on microbial growth. It usually fed on vitamins, minerals, and chemical compounds to achieve desirable results.

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