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Frequently Asked Questions

Do you have questions about our company or various nutritional supplements? Many questions can be answered by viewing these FAQ’s. If your answer is not found within these FAQ’s, please do not hesitate to use one of our email links or online forms to ask your questions. Providing the information you need is very important to us.

Our supplements are Non-GMO and produced in an NSF, FDA-GMP certified facility in the USA.

Many Loriant Health products are made using organic ingredients. We strive to use organic ingredients whenever possible. Full disclosure of product ingredients will always be listed on every product label which will also list when organic ingrediants are used.

Yes.  A subscription service is offered on every product we sell. Subscribe to recieve any product automatically every one, two or three months for a 10% discount on the purchased product. At times we may also offer other special discounts on various products throughout our line.

Loriant Health accepts all major credit and debit cards. We also work with and accept PayPal account payments. You do not need a PayPal account to use major credit cards.

All Loriant Health products are guaranteed for freshness, purity and potency up to the expiration date listed on every product label. For more information on product returns/refunds please visit our Product Return Policy page.

Yes, an RMA is required before returning any products for refund, replacement or store credit. Please visit our Product Return Policy page for more information or our RMA page if you need to return products.

According to the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act, or DSHEA, a dietary supplement is any product that contains one or more dietary ingredients such as a vitamin, mineral, herb or other botanical, amino acid or other ingredient used to supplement the diet. Dietary supplements are not food additives or drugs.

Yes. Dietary supplements are regulated, although not in the way prescription or over-the-counter drugs are. Because dietary supplements are foods and not drugs, the FDA has the power to ensure that products on the market are both safe and accurately labeled. Before a product can be sold, a manufacturer must first notify the FDA of all intended label claims and ensure that they can be substantiated.

There are many compelling reasons to consider dietary supplements as a complement to nutritional intakes. While a good diet is the foundation for better health, research shows that most adults and children don’t eat the way they should. Supplements are easy to add to the daily diet, and this is often the first step that people take toward greater nutritional awareness and the adoption of other healthy lifestyle choices. Whether taking a multivitamin, herb or specialty product, people can and do live healthier lives by supplementing their diets.

Today, more than 70 percent of Americans trust dietary supplements and use them as a way to complement inadequate diets and maintain a healthy lifestyle. As more and more consumers experience the health benefits of dietary supplements, major research institutions are validating their experience and the efficacy and safety of these products.

According to a study published in the Journal of the America Medical Association(JAMA), adverse drug reactions, resulting from prescription and over-the-counter drugs, cause more than 100,000 deaths a year. Furthermore, the study estimates that 2.2 million people annually experience a serious adverse drug reaction.

In addition, Nature’s Impact has reported that dietary supplements are far safer to consume than foods, causing 1/60,000 as many deaths as foods each year. Consumers can check the safety of dietary supplements over the last two decades by comparing the incidence of deaths from all causes that are reported in either the Journal of Emergency Medicine or by the American Association of Poison Control Centers in Washington, D.C.

These scientific studies serve to substantiate the fact that dietary supplements have an enviable safety record when compared to other commonly consumed products.

DSHEA gives the FDA ample authority to ensure the safety of all dietary supplements sold to consumers and manufacturers’ compliance with good manufacturing practices. Additionally, the law empowers the FDA to immediately remove any supplement from the market it deems unsafe. The real question for policymakers today is not whether the FDA has sufficient authority to protect consumers from unsafe practices, but whether the FDA is adequately enforcing the law.

Each year, numerous studies are published in major medical journals that support the use of dietary supplements for the treatment of specific conditions, prevention of diseases or for general nutritional enhancement. Such studies can be found in The Journal of the American Medical Association, New England Journal of Medicine, American Journal of Cardiology, American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, and The Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

In addition, several leading research institutes and national associations such as John Hopkins University and the American Heart Association have conducted and released studies on the benefits of dietary supplements.

The Food and Nutrition Board defines the Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL) as the highest level of daily nutrient intake that is likely to pose no risk of adverse health effects to almost all individuals in the general population. This level is different for each nutrient.

The National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus Guide to Healthy Web Surfing offers suggestions for evaluating the quality of health information on Web sites.

The National Library of Medicine’s MedlinePlus Evaluating Internet Health Information Tutorial is a 16 minute presentation that also teaches you how to evaluate health information found on the Web.

For additional tips on evaluating sources of healthcare information on the Internet, please review: How to Evaluate Health Information on the Internet: Questions and Answers.

Dietary supplements in which the serving size indicates more than one can be taken all at once or broken up throughout the day. Some times the product label will indicate to take one with each meal of the day. This is based on personal preference.

It is recommended to follow the directions as stated on the product label. If you would like to take more than what is recommended, we suggest you consult with your doctor or other healthcare professional.ts.

Our Quality Assurance department assures product integrity, purity and accuracy of contents up to its expiration date. We can no longer guarantee potency and quality after the expiration date has passed.