Food State supplements

Food State™ nutrients are combined with a variety of natural food bases that naturally carry significant levels of the required nutrient. They are made via a proprietary process that involves the re-naturing and optimizing of cellular receptors in plant tissue to make a concentrated food that contains optimum levels of a particular vitamin or mineral. Nutrients so made offer better absorption, retention and utilisation and retention in the body, resulting in gentle but highly effective outcomes in respect of human health. They are effectively wholefoods rich in vitamins and minerals.

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  1. Foundation Formula 1
  2. Foundation Formula 2
  3. Iron
  4. Multi B Extra
  5. Selenium
  6. Vitamin C (Food State)
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  7. Zinc & Copper
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The Food State™ process:

The Food State™ process begins with a natural food base, such as citrus pulp. We then add in additional nutrients during the re-naturing process to permit the food base to grow and for vitamins and minerals to be incorporated into it at optimum levels. Once this has been achieved the final step is turning this food base into tablets.

We use variety of food bases to create these unique products, such as citrus pulp for our vitamin C, pea protein for our vitamin E and Lactobacillus bulgaricus for our B vitamins as these food bases naturally contain good levels of those particular nutrients.

About our Food State™ supplements

Our range of Food State™ supplements include multivitamins and minerals to help bridge the nutrition gap, B complexes to support energy production and nerve health, mineral formulations in balanced ratios, bio-effective and readily absorbed magnesium and vitamin C with naturally occurring bioflavonoids.

Food State™ nutrients contain a phytonutrient matrix that allows the body to identify them as ‘food’. Isolated nutrients do not contain these phytonutrient complexes and this may lead to reduced absorption and rapid excretion of nutrients. This is because nutrients require enzymes, amino acids, lipids and other compounds to be taken up by the cells in the body, and this delivery mechanism is naturally present within wholefoods.

Through replicating nature, we strive to provide the best, most natural and most bio-effective supplements to support optimal health.

Who can take Food State™ vitamins and minerals?

As well as being beneficial for all, they are gentle on the body, making them particularly suitable for individuals who have sensitivities.

What are the benefits of Food State™ vitamins?

Food State™ vitamins are a gentle and effective way to ensure nutrient requirements are being met. Because these nutrients are grown in a similar way to how they would be in nature in wholefoods, the body is able to recognise, absorb and utilise them. The body recognises these nutrients and knows what to do with them! They are the same as wholefoods.

Why do I need to take food supplements?

The “Nutrition Gap” refers to the difference between the levels of nutrients the average person, eating a reasonable Western diet, is obtaining from food, and nutrient levels identified by research as being needed for optimal health. Factors affecting the gap include the nutrient content of our foods (depletions in the soil due to over farming), our digestive capability and lifestyle factors.

What is a Food State™ nutrient?

A Food State™ nutrient is one that has been grown into a natural food base. This environment allows the food complex to flourish to reach optimal levels of the desired nutrient. One example of this is using carrot concentrate to grow beta carotene or citrus pulp to grow vitamin C.

You may notice that some of our Food State™ products list folic acid. Food State™ folic acid is very different from conventional folic acid, which is an isolated monoglutamate. Our folic acid is derived from vegetables and is a polyglutamate.

Lactobacillus bulgaricus is a probiotic strain native and a friendly bacterial inhabitant of the human digestive tract. While it originated from yoghurt many years ago, it is now cultured on a molasses medium and does not contain any milk proteins so is suitable for vegans and those with dairy intolerances.

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