Cytoplan’s Wholefood nutrients are derived from a number of natural plant sources and are well utilised because, as food nutrients, they are recognised by the body as beneficial and nourishing.
Cytoplan source their minerals from a plant called Brassica juncea; a cruciferous vegetable from the same family as broccoli. Brassica juncea, also known as Indian Mustard, is an edible plant species which has a great capacity to bio-accumulate high levels of minerals. This enables good levels to be achieved in small doses of dried product, making it ideal for supplementation. These nutrients are therefore in the same form as conventional food, just in much higher levels. Other examples of Wholefood nutrients include; vitamin C from acerola cherries and vitamin D from Lichen.
Additional nutrients and all-around goodness are added during the renaturing process
Combining science and nature
The unique renaturing process ensures optimum production of the nutrients
The final step
Now the natural food base has the right level of nutrients, it is turned into tablets
No fillers or binders!
› Why should I buy Wholefood or Food State supplements instead of alternatives?
Your body is extremely clever – and complex! Wholefood & Food State supplements are recognised by the body as being in the same form as food meaning they are far more likely to be absorbed and put into metabolic use than, for example, synthetic nutrients which do not contain the phytonutrient complex that helps the body identify them as beneﬁcial for health.
› Would you recommend Wholefood supplements over Food State supplements?
Both Wholefood & Food State supplements play a pivotal role in our health, neither is more superior than the other they are just different in how they are produced. Both are similarly well absorbed and utilised by the body as both contain the phytonutrient matrix that identiﬁes them as ‘food’ to the body and hence beneﬁcial for health.
› Do you offer organic Wholefood or Food State supplements?
We do offer a range of organic supplements, some of which are wholefood and can be viewed here. This range will continue to grow and evolve as more organic food products are available for use in supplements.