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  • Yes. All Erbology products are organic, certified by Soil Association in the United Kingdom.

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  • Erbology products are gluten-free. However, please note that milk thistle powder is processed in facilities that process gluten and, therefore, may contain traces of gluten.

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  • Yes. All Erbology products are plant-based and vegan friendly.

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  • Yes. All Erbology products are free from GMOs.

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  • All Erbology product are free from preservatives or additives.

    So, in a word, no.

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  • Our powders do not dissolve in water because adding the two together simply rehydrates the ingredient. Take for example our Sea Buckthorn Powder. The only ingredient is dried and gently crushed sea buckthorn berries. You wouldn’t expect a dried berry to dissolve when placed in a glass of water, and the same holds true of all our powders.

    Comparing water-soluble, heat extracted inulin powders to our Raw Organic Sunchoke Powder, you might wonder why we don’t use heat extraction to make our products dissolve in water. In this case, we choose to mechanically crush the root of the plant instead of extracting with heat and solvents, to preserve Jerusalem artichoke’s nutrients.

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  • Scientific consensus on which diet is best for humans has not yet been reached. And because people lead varying lifestyles and are biologically different from one another, there isn’t one single diet that works best for everybody.

    What we do know is that humans emerged from the prehistoric past eating a diet of unprocessed foods. This means a lot of fruits, nuts, vegetables, whole grains, beans, lentils, and seeds, with meat, eggs, and fish whenever possible (1).

    Your body needs a certain amount of energy each day in order to function and perform daily activities. This energy comes in the form of calories. But when we consume more calories than we use, the leftovers are converted into fat and stored around the body as energy reserves. As a rule of thumb – avoid empty calories wherever possible and replace them with nutritionally powerful choices instead. Empty calories come from foods high in calories but low in nutrients (vitamins, minerals, etc.). In contrast, nutrient-rich foods have far more nutrients in relation to their calories. So next time you feel hungry, instead of reaching for a packet of crisps or buying a fast food meal, turn instead towards nutrient-rich foods such as vegetables, bran cereal with fruit, peanut butter, or fish. If those options don’t excite you, we have a wide range of nutrient-rich snacks for you to choose from.

    Really, the most important thing to keep in mind is that health isn’t only about food – it’s also about the way you think and move. Your food choices need to support this, leaving you feeling energised and able to do what you love.

    (1) Joseph B. Lambert, et al, ‘Ancient human diet from inorganic analysis of bone’, University of Evanston, 1984. https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/ar00105a001?journalCode=achre4

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