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WHAT ARE NATURAL INGREDIENTS? NATURAL INGREDIENT CRITERIA: 

Natural Ingredients include plant, animal, mineral or microbial ingredients present in or produced by nature. Produced using minimal physical processing. Directly extracted using simple methods, simple chemical reactions or resulting from naturally occurring biological processes. Natural ingredients are grown, harvested, raised and processed in an ecological manner. Not produced synthetically. Free of all petrochemicals. Not extracted or processed using petrochemicals. Not extracted or processed using anything other than natural ingredients as solvents. Not exposed to irradiation. Not genetically engineered & do not contain GMOs (genetically modified organisms). Natural ingredients do not contain synthetic ingredients. Not contain artificial ingredients including colors or flavoring. Not contain synthetic chemical preservatives. 

Alfalfa Medicago sativa 

 Luserne

 Artichoke

Cynara scolymus

Milk thistle 

Red Clover

Rødkløver

Red Clover
Red Clover

 Broccoli

Sulforaphane

Tomato

Lycopene

Barley

Byggress 

Barley
Barley

Kelp

Ascophyllum nodosum Grisetang

DAMIANA

Turnera diffusa 

Papaya

Carica papaya 


  Turmeric

Gurkemeie - Curcuma longa

Black pepper 

Piper nigrum - Pepper

Gresskarfrø 

Cucurbita maxima 

Pygeum

Pygeum africanum  

Chia

salvia hispanica 


Chlorella

chlorella vulgaris  

Spirulina

Arthrospira platensis och Arthrospira maxima



Flavonoider 

Villaks 

Wild salmon



Salmon
Salmon

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Ubiquinol (Q10, koenzym Q)

Ubikinon Q10 is a vitamin-like substance produced in the body and is necessary for several body processes. Coenzyme helps to provide energy to the cells and also appears to be antioxidant.


choline
choline

Kolin - Choline
Colin is a vitamin-like substance in plant and animal organisms. It is a so-called metyldonator and participates in, among other things, the fat metabolism of the body.


Lecithin
Lecithin

Lecithin

Lecithin is regarded in the scientific community as a synonym for phosphatidyl choline (PC), which is said to be the main compound responsible for all the benefits of lecithin, specifically its medicinal effects.

 Inositol

Inositol is a naturally occurring substance similar to vitamin B complex and is sometimes referred to as vitamin B8, although it is not officially recognized as a vitamin. It is actually a carbohydrate that the body can synthesize from glucose.

 Betakaroten

Beta-Carotene
Beta carotene is a type of pigment in plants. It gives yellow and orange fruits and vegetables their rich color. The name beta carotene comes from the Latin name for "carrot"

Natto
"The Fermented Soy Superfood" 



Cholecalciferol
(from fish) 

Bacopa monnieri
Bacopa monnieri

Bacopa monnieri is a "nootropic" herb that has been used in traditional medicine for increased longevity and cognitive improvement. Supplementation of bacopa can reduce anxiety and improve memory formation.

Chicory 


Arctic herring oil from roe caught along the coast in northern Norway

Jerusalem 
Artichoke 


Lichens
Lichens

Lichen

Cholecalciferol from algae and mushrooms. Lichens are a mutualism formed between fungi and various groups of algae. The importance of this mutualism in terms of ecology, biodiversity and global well-being cannot be overstated.

rosenrot-ginseng-aminoryrer 

Rhodiola rosea -Rosenrot

Ginseng/Panax ginseng
Ginseng/Panax ginseng
Cinnamomum verum-Kanel
Cinnamomum verum-Kanel