It is not recommended. Capsulation ensures proper absorption
of the active ingredients since the capsule is dissolved in the stomach and the
contents inside will be released either in the stomach or the intestine. To
ensure properly absorption of the active ingredients, please follow the label
instructions to achieve its maximum benefits safely.
In general, any time of day whenever it is most convenient
for you. We recommend reading and following the label for directions of use and
remember to take your vitamins daily. For example, some nutrients are best
absorbed when they are ingested with food, others, like melatonin, should be
taken at bedtime. The most important is to remember to take it daily, since
most nutritional health transformations take place over time.
We recommend not to exceed the recommended daily dose found
on the product label. If you usually take two capsules per day in divided doses
and you miss taking your morning tablet, you could take two later the same day,
because this way you wouldn’t exceed the recommended maximum daily dose.
Each product was formulated to deliver an effective dose of
active ingredients. You can take more than one vitamin if you follow the dose
on the label and do not exceed the maximum daily dose.
Consult your family doctor about taking or mixing different
supplements with prescription drugs. Your doctor can take into consideration
any pre-existing conditions while advising you when to take certain
supplements, to ensure safety and maximum absorption.
Our products are not made specifically for vegans, but we
offer many vegetarian formulas. You can identify these products with the
vegetarian logo on the label of our vegetarian products. However, some products
are made with pork gelatin. If you are a vegetarian/vegan, these products
without the vegetarian logo will not be suitable for you.
There are rigorous standards in place to ensure we work with
only the most reputable suppliers and manufacturing partners. All products are
compliant to Health Canada Natural Health Product Regulations and manufactured
in accordance with the good manufacturing practices (GMPs) that require our
manufacturers to validate the composition, identity, strength, and purity of
All natural health products (NHPs) sold in Canada are
subject to the Natural Health Products Regulations, which came into force on
January 1, 2004. To be legally sold in Canada, all natural health products must
have a product licence, and the Canadian sites that manufacture, package, label
and import these products must have site licences. All natural health products
must have a product licence before they can be sold in Canada. To get a
licence, applicants must give detailed information about the product to Health
Canada, including medicinal ingredients, source, dose, potency, non-medicinal
ingredients and recommended use(s). Once Health Canada has assessed a product
and decided it is safe, effective and of high quality, it issues a product
licence along with an eight-digit Natural Product Number (NPN) or Homeopathic
Medicine Number (DIN-HM), which must appear on the label. This number lets you
know that the product has been reviewed and approved by Health Canada.