Springfield specialises in bringing food supplements with science-based, proven health effects – to market.

Springfield specialises in bringing food supplements with science-based, proven health effects – to market

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These products are called ‘nutraceuticals’ – a word derived from the words  “nutrition” and “pharmaceutical” and is applied to foods that are believed to provide health and medical benefits.

Health Canada defines the term as "a product isolated or purified from foods that is generally sold in medicinal forms not usually associated with food.

A nutraceutical is demonstrated to have a physiological benefit or provide protection against chronic disease."

Springfield has been around in the Health Food Industry for almost 15 years and closely monitors all the latest developments in the field of nutrients and science.

The Springfield motto is: “HEALTH THROUGH NATURE, SCIENCE AND INNOVATION”

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Most of the products and supplements Springfield supplies are based on scientific studies.

There are currently, at least, 10 separate studies being undertaken into various individual supplements in their product range.

Springfield normally only supply their products directly to physicians and qualified complementary medical and natural healthcare therapists.

Springfield are dedicated to supplying what they believe are “noticeably” effective products – that are 100% safe.

Springfield is also dedicated to ensuring that there is scientific support and evidence for whatever they supply and they have both a highly qualified nutritionist and an orthomolecular practitioner on their staff.

 

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