Things to Expect When Conducting a Dietary Supplement Clinical Trial

Things to Keep in Mind While Conducting a Dietary Supplement Clinical Trial

Successfully conducting a clinical trial of dietary or food supplements from beginning to end can be a daunting task. 

It takes leadership, good communication and committed employees to ensure a clinical program is executed promptly and with a high degree of quality and precision. 

To achieve project goals; it is essential to communicate all expectations during the initial stages and foster a sense of understanding and partnership throughout the trial. 

Several risks must be managed along the way and thus, understanding what risks may arise, and timing of these risks is crucial in proactively managing any clinical trial.  

At Enovate Biolife, we believe that preparing for the unexpected provides a pathway to success.  And we keep this in mind while conducting dietary supplement trials. 

Dietary Supplement Clinical Trials

Source: Case Study: Assessing Efficacy of Carotenoid-Based Dietary Supplement on LUTS Symptoms

Read ahead to know more about what to expect while conducting a clinical trial for your product.

Clinical Milestones While Conducting a Dietary Supplement Trial

The Proposal

If you’re working with a contract research organization (CRO) to conduct a clinical trial, the first step usually involves a proposal request from your end. 

A good proposal is detailed, transparent and provides full visibility on what is included or excluded from the cost. 

After determining the objectives of the study, endpoints, duration and estimated number of subjects, the CRO will provide you with a proposal. Once the proposal is accepted, a clinical trial agreement is drafted and reviewed by both organizations’ legal teams. 

As soon as this agreement is signed, the project can commence.

The Start-Up Phase

During the start-up phase, high-level planning and arrangement take place. This labour-intensive period is time-consuming as it involves writing, reviewing and approving numerous documents. 

As time passes, the protocol is written and set in stone, site selection is undertaken, and ethics and other regulatory submissions are completed. Even though mitigating risks may seem unnecessary and time-consuming, it is a critical task that must be handled effectively.

Site selection is a vital step in the start-up period. Choosing the right site for your clinical trial requires careful consideration of timelines and budgets. Ask yourself the following questions.

  • Will it be a single-centre or multi-centre study?
  • What are the subject population inclusion/exclusion criteria?
  • How many subjects are needed?

Study start-up goes on for an average of three months. If the study is conducted in the US and is food-based, two weeks to one month is usually required for ethics approval.

The Study Period

Site initiation is the green light for the study to begin screening subjects. Getting the study up and running starts with visiting the site, ensuring the product is present at the site and making sure all approvals are in place before initiation. 

Subject recruitment often causes delays in conducting clinical trials. Most organizations fail to find fit individuals to participate in the trial. The recruitment process typically takes some time to gain traction. Therefore, early recruitment is slower than in the later stages. 

It is also essential to keep in mind that only a tiny subset of the adult population may be willing to take part in clinical trials. Even fewer will meet the enrollment criteria. It is vital that your CRO or clinical research partner effectively manages recruitment so that the study can be executed with safety and efficacy.

During the study period, subjects are screened, eligible subjects are chosen, and subject visits begin. Not all subjects may complete a study, and withdrawals can occur for a variety of reasons. At this point, research teams should communicate effectively, provide good customer service and achieve quality care help to ensure subject compliance and retention.

Additional factors include having a protocol that is easy to comply with, as well as fair compensation for subjects. Recruitment continues until the last subject’s last visit has occurred, at which time the study monitor will conduct a close-out visit at the site. 

This is the official end of the study period. Data entry and monitoring are ongoing throughout this phase. 

The Project End

Once all the data is entered, reviewed and checked, the database can be locked. This usually happens within days of the close-out visit. The locked database is then transferred to a statistician for analysis, and the final report is produced. 

This review process can vary depending on the CRO and sponsor’s review timelines. Generally, finalising statistical output takes 6-8 weeks, followed by a period of 8-12 weeks to write and edit the report. 

Dietary Supplement Clinical Trials

Source: Clinical Trials: Will the Wrong Trial Design Make Your Dietary Supplement or Functional Food an Unregistered Drug?

Anticipating Potential Risks That Could Delay the Trial Results​

Several facts could lead to a delay in a dietary ingredient clinical trial. Some are controllable, while others are due to third-party vendors or regulatory agency delays that cannot be controlled.

The most common reasons for clinical trial delays include:

  • High turnaround time for writing, reviewing and editing start-up documents 
  • The product being studied is not available 
  • Delayed review of regulatory or ethics documentation 
  • Recruitment problems
  • Trial test delays (if biological endpoints are included in the study) 
  • Data entry and clean-up taking longer than anticipated 
  • Statistical analysis delays or changes
  • Writing, reviewing and editing the final report 
  • Project scope changes 

Knowing the potential issues that could arise and having strategies in place to combat them is crucial in overcoming these hurdles effectively. 

Achieving Clinical Trial Objectives 

Clinical trials involve several moving parts. Planning and executing a clinical trial that achieves all project goals requires strong management skills and strategic oversight. 

Above all, balancing the scope, costs, and timelines is essential to ensure high-quality results and critical conclusions to substantiate your product claims with confidence.  

At Enovate Biolife, our proprietary ingredients are 100% US FDA-GCP compliant and have clinical studies published in reputed international journals. To learn more about the clinical studies conducted by us, visit: Quality Assurance

The Ultimate Guide to Spotting Dietary Supplement Scams

The Ultimate Guide to Spotting Dietary Supplement Scams 

Over the last few decades, the market of dietary supplements has seen immense growth, from a thousand products to over fifty-thousand products. 

A study states that 3/4 people around the globe which includes 4/5 elderly and 1/3 children are taking Dietary Supplements. With the growing health awareness and nutrition information available on the internet or other media channels, many consumers are taking their personal health and nutrition decisions into their own hands. 

Nowadays people are getting more anxious about their appearances; they have become less patient and don’t want to exert themselves working out or have a properly balanced diet. They aim at getting quicker results, with fewer efforts. 

Here, dietary supplements come into the picture. There is a limitation to law enforcement and regulations that can prevent any producer from labelling and selling a product under the term “dietary supplement.” The marketing of such supplements is so savvy that at this very moment someone is falling prey to such health scams which are bombarded on us through TV commercials, print ads, online ads, stores, etc.

This has given much leverage to carry out the Dietary Supplement scams and earn money at the cost of people’s health without being spotted. Government bodies are now alerting people about harmful dietary supplements. 

They are regulating it for quality, as there are potential risks of taking these nutritional supplements without consultation. These supplements interfere with existing medications; many of them might be contaminated with heavy metals. 

In addition to this, there is a chance of one getting addicted to these supplements; overuse might increase the rate of cancer, bone fracture or many other diseases. Therefore, they are warning people to be aware of “False claims, unknown ingredients, and potentially harmful products. 

The big question here is how to spot such scams in dietary supplements? Or how do you know what a safe supplement is?

Well, the first question is, should we be taking the supplements at all? Make sure your doctor knows that you are taking them as they can interfere with the ongoing medications; secondly, no organization recommends supplements for an average person. 

It’s important to remember that dietary supplements are designed to supplement your diet, not to replace nutritious foods. 

“Supplements can enhance a diet where there are shortfalls, but a handful of vitamin, mineral or other dietary supplements can never take the place of a healthy diet,” says David Grotto, RD, a spokesperson for the American Dietetic Association (ADA). 

Still, some people may require supplements as the vitamins/minerals are hard to get in adequate amounts in a balanced diet as well. These groups include pregnant women, nursing mothers, strict vegetarians, People with food allergies or intolerances, Senior citizens—those with diseases such as cancer, or kidney, cardiovascular, or bone disease.

The following mentioned points are the ultimate guide to spotting Dietary Supplements Scams, allowing the consumer to sift through nutritional claims by being smart, aware and careful, to identify and avoid the health scam and make the best decision for his or her health. You need to look out for the following red flags:

  • Be aware of the claims like a quick fix or scientific breakthrough, cure-all or no-risk money-back guarantee or claims that are too good to be true. Here the seller promises immediate, effortless and guaranteed results.
  • Also, if the product claims to cure a wide range of un-related diseases such as arthritis, Heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, cancer, HIV/AIDS, be suspicious. Many of these severe diseases don’t even have a cure. 
  • Customer testimonials as well as doctors played by actors claiming amazing results. Also be especially careful on the internet, potentially harmful ingredients Steroid, prescription drugs, other unlisted chemicals. These are not even listed on the labels. Check if the promoters provide testimonials or details of patients who have been cured.
  • Promotional materials filled with scientific-sounding terms such as “glucose metabolism” or “thermogenesis” is used to mislead the consumers. 
  • Cross verify the vitamins and minerals dose prescribed to you with actual Dietary reference intake. If the recommendations are in line with the DRIs, then the sources are reliable.
  • Check if they are not self-proclaimed “health advisors”? See that the dietician is registered; insist on identification and professional credentials.
  • Dramatic statements made by the reputed scientific organizations. Words such as miracle, secret, used in the advertising to appeal to one’s emotion. The product is promoted as “natural,” claiming it will help “detoxify,” “revitalize” and “purify” your body, etc.
  • Using the approval of Government bodies as a part of the marketing plan of any product is illegal, so don’t fall for it if any advertisement claims to have that approval. 
  • Also check if it is registered with the Government body, as it is compulsory. You can ask for the proof of registration or product listing.
  • See if the producers are asking for an advance payment claiming to have minimal stock with them.
  • Check the online presence of the company. Check if they have a good website. Cross verify that they are not using a well-known company name to trap you. Look for the earlier feedback given by the consumers. Do look for signs of fake news. 
  • Extreme claims about a product are a big no. For example, burning 5000 calories a day to promote the products for weight loss. Reduce your Blood pressure by 50-60 points, etc.
  • Read the terms and conditions carefully, including the fine print, and make sure there are clearly stated steps for cancelling the subscriptions. Payments with credit cards provide much better fraud protection than debit cards. Don’t give out your personal information for an exchange of a free offer. Keep checking your credit card statements so you can know if you are being charged for anything you didn’t order. If that happens, report it to your respective bank.
  • It is always safe and advised to consult a doctor before taking any dietary supplement. Also, in case you are facing any side effects after taking dietary supplements, contact your doctor immediately. Unless you’ve talked to your doctor about potential side effects and interactions with any legitimate medications, you’re taking don’t use any dietary supplements. 

At Enovate Biolife, our proprietary ingredients are 100% US FDA-GCP compliant and have clinical studies published in reputed international journals. 

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Choosing an Ingredient Supplier for Supplements: The Ultimate Guide

Choosing an Ingredient Supplier for Supplements:  The Ultimate Guide

Choosing an Ingredient Supplier for Supplements: The Ultimate Guide

Picture this. It’s a Thursday afternoon; you receive a call from your largest client. They want you to test out a new product; a ready-to-consume sports bar to boost stamina and endurance for their latest target audience – athletes. 

They also tell you that they have a budget to meet, but they want this product to be extremely effective. 

After ideation, research and planning, your product development team begins gathering the necessary ingredients needed from their stock of currently approved suppliers. They have all the ingredients they need for the prototype, except for the main one; a dietary supplement to boost stamina. 

Post extensive research on these supplements, the purchasing team has the task of obtaining them quickly. 

But a problem arises. The product should meet quality norms, be reasonably priced, and has to be approved by all teams in the company.

So, how does the purchasing team find a reputable ingredient supplier for this specific ingredient? 

Read ahead to find out. 

Questions to Ask While Choosing a Reputable Ingredient Supplier

Do They Meet the Basic Quality Standards?

The ingredient supplier of your choice must meet several criteria as established by the product development, quality assurance, manufacturing and sales and marketing departments. 

  • Manufacturing will require the dietary supplement to be packaged in containers or sachets for ease of use and production. 
  • Sales and marketing will dictate the range of costs for a product that is acceptable to the client. 
  • Quality assurance will have a list of criteria that have to be met for quality control and food safety.  

An ingredient supplier should have a history of supplying acceptable products and services, as indicated by the number of years in business, customers’ reviews, financial stability and audit results. A reputable supplier business should also meet regulatory requirements and industry standards.

Do They Meet the Minimum Certification Requirements?

  1. Registration with the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) and a number or signed letter stating that they are registered and comply with the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Act of 2002. 
  2. A signed letter of guarantee ensuring that they supply products that are unadulterated and safe within the meaning of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act as amended.
  3. A certificate of insurance, naming the company as additionally insured. 
  4. A copy of the latest food and beverage safety and Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) audit report they have received within the previous year.
  5. A copy of their Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) program.
  6. A materials safety data sheet specifying all chemical ingredients used.
  7. An emergency information sheet listing the person(s) responsible for emergency responses.
  8. A specification sheet for the ingredients to be supplied, containing the following:-
  • An ingredient statement with all information on the allergens present 
  • The nutrition facts label
  • The shelf life of the product and storage conditions 
  • Packaging information
  • A traceability code and an explanation on how to understand it
  • A description of the product

Are They Certified by Local Bodies?

A Certificate of Free Sale from the state in which the company operates should be asked for to ensure that the supplier is in good standing with the state’s regulatory agencies. Any potential food ingredient supplier unable to obtain a Certificate of Free Sale should not be taken into consideration. 

After obtaining the necessary documents, reviewing them for completeness and accuracy is necessary. The product development team should analyze specification tolerances, while quality assurance ensures quality control. This step in the supplier evaluation process should not be overlooked.

Are Their Samples Clinically Approved?

It is essential to ask potential suppliers for product samples. If after review, these samples are found to be unacceptable, it is safe to assume that the final products delivered will be the same. 

Once samples are satisfactory, it is up to the purchasing team to select and approve first and second choice ingredient suppliers.

Can They Add Value to Your Business?

A key criterion for selecting the right supplier is value. Cost should not be the lone factor. Instead, the supplier’s capabilities and total cost of ownership should be looked at. This includes:

  • Customer Service
  • Delivery Commitments 
  • Readability & Responsiveness 
  • Corrective Action
  • Resource Savings

Do They Understand the Key Metrics of Their Business?

It is essential to ensure that suppliers have an in-depth understanding of their operations. Therefore, self-assessment questionnaires can be utilized to identify any performance gaps. 

It is also crucial for the research team to monitor informative metrics that direct value to the business and business practices. Examples of these metrics include rejected lots, perfect shipments and documentation errors, which should measure the total cost of ownership and improve performance to ensure quality finished products.

Are They Looking to Create Long-Term Relationships?

In the end, manufacturer and ingredient supplier relationships are at their best when a strategic alliance is formed, allowing complete knowledge of the source of materials and ensuring high quality. 

When choosing a supplier, it is essential to select one with which you can create strong business partnerships. When these relationships are established, a supplier is more likely to:

  • Anticipate what is needed from manufacturers and undertake the leadership role in communication.
  • Notify the manufacturer if problems occur that limit production availability, or if a quality issue is identified.
  • Communicate production delays when downtime or maintenance is necessary .
  • Improve overall supplier performance.

Establishing a mutual partnership, even before selecting the supplier allows for increased understanding and mutually beneficial supplier management. 

Other Necessary Questions to Ask:

  • What is the variety of ingredients they can provide?
  • Where do they source ingredients from?
  • What is the delivery time?
  • What is the price range of products?
  • Who are the other clients? What do they say about the vendors?
  • Is the ingredient tested and are there clinical studies to support claims?

Choosing the right ingredient supplier may seem complicated, but it is crucial to ensure the success of the final product in terms of both quality and safety. To minimize the risk to your company, choose the ingredient source wisely. Then, confirm this source when it arrives and test the product to verify that it meets expectations and is safe to use. Finally, document all these steps to validate your commitment to product quality and safety.

At Enovate Biolife, we supply scientifically proven ingredients that are unparalleled to the market. Our customers are constantly provided with an array of products that boost stamina and improve overall health. 

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The Ultimate Guide to Creating an FDA Compliant Nutrition Facts Label

The Ultimate Guide to Creating an FDA Compliant Nutrition Facts Label

For first time manufacturers, creating a Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliant nutrition label may seem like a daunting task. 

Very often, they are so intimidated at the thought of developing a compliant food label; thereby postponing this crucial aspect of the manufacturing process.

Recipes are perfected, the packaging is ordered, and the package label is designed. But an essential element; the Nutrition Facts Label; is usually forgotten or sidelined. 

Most experienced manufacturers would agree that this mistake is fairly common, and we’re here to make sure you don’t make that same error. 

Having an FDA compliant food label is a critical part of any product pitch, and being well informed about the options available to create this label is crucial. To make this process easier, we’ve put together a list of simple ways by which you can attain a nutrition facts label for your product. 

Weighing Your Options

Manufacturers can use several ways to attain an FDA compliant nutrition facts label. These include:

  • Laboratory Analysis
  • Independent Company/Consultant
  • CD-ROM Programs
  • Web-Based Nutrition Analysis Software

Let’s take a look at these four options, as well as their pros and cons.

  1. Laboratory Analysis

Laboratory analysis involves preparing food samples and sending them away for testing to attain a comprehensive ingredient list. 

These food testing laboratories help manufacturers comply with regulations, by analysing food products for a wealth of nutritional, mandatory and voluntary components required by the FDA and USDA for food labelling purposes. For a higher fee, these research centres develop FDA compliant nutrition facts labels for manufacturers.

While food laboratories provide accurate results, the cost, the hassle and the wait time are all high. Analysis of a single food product can cost as much as $800, so for a manufacturer with multiple products, this option would not be viable. 

It is also essential to keep in mind that each time the product is tweaked, the sample will have to be sent to the food laboratory for further analysis. 

The process of preparing, packaging and shipping food samples is also time-consuming. It can also take up to a month to receive results and ready food labels from the lab. As a general rule, food laboratories only have to be used if products are deep-fried or heavily processed.

  1. Independent Company/Consultant 

For manufacturers that do not want to conduct the nutrition analysis themselves, having an independent consultant or nutritionist to create a nutrition facts label is a fairly common yet expensive choice. Generally, this costs several hundred dollars per recipe.  

While many companies keep the information they receive confidential, for first-time manufacturers to hand their recipes over to stranger companies can be nerve-wracking. 

Again, in case of recipe alterations, a fee of around $100 has to be paid. Additional charges are usually applied when specific claims are made (e.g. when nutrient content claims it qualifies for low fat).

  1. CD-ROM Programs

A CD-ROM containing nutrition facts label templates is an affordable choice to create this label internally. Most food manufacturers may be familiar with this technique. But sometimes, they can be complex to navigate and limited in several ways. 

  • Firstly, the program must be installed on a computer, and the software must be compatible with it. 
  • There is a considerable risk of losing confidential product information in case the computer crashes, is lost or stolen. 
  • Additionally, if the FDA nutritional guidelines are updated, newer versions of the program will have to be purchased, making it a short term investment. 
  1. Web-Based Nutrition Analysis Software

Of all options, the quickest and most efficient way to create a nutrition facts label is by using an FDA compliant online software. FDA compliant online software is cheap, costing less than industry standards per recipe. Allergen statements, nutrient content claims and several layouts of the label are usually included in this.

These web-based databases have access to thousands of pre-analysed ingredients. If an ingredient isn’t in the database, it can be added easily. Certain types of online software, like and, also come with expert consulting, ensuring experts create your nutrition facts panel for you. 

Given a limited budget and time constraints; a web-based nutrition analysis software is the most affordable way to attain a nutrition facts label.

The steps are given below, from start to finish:

  1. Go to one of the websites mentioned above.
  2. Create an account with a username and secure password.
  3. Sign in to the account, enter your product recipe and serving size.
  4. The software will generate your FDA-compliant nutrition facts label, allergen statements and any qualifying nutrient content claims.
  5. Modify your ingredient list, amounts, serving size, label layout. If there are multiple variations of the same product, the duplicate function can be used to create new recipes to alter.
  1. Once you have created and saved your recipe, click Label Display. Your initial label will look something like this:
  1. After you are satisfied with your label, download and print it out.

Depending on the complexity of the product, this process should take an hour or two. Once users are familiar with it, creating a nutrition facts label can take as little as 5 minutes. 

While creating a nutrition facts label may seem complicated, the right web-based nutritional analysis and label generator can work wonders, making the process relatively simple. 

At Enovate Biolife, our ingredients and dietary supplements are 100% US FDA-GCP compliant clinical studies published in international Journals. 

We supply scientifically proven ingredients that are unparalleled to the market. Our customers are constantly provided with an array of products that boost stamina and improve overall health. 

To learn more about the products we offer, email us at

Dietary Supplements Are More Popular Than Ever

Market Analysis

The Global Dietary Supplements Market was valued at 124.8 billion dollars in 2018 and is expected to reach over 210 billion dollars by 2026. Source

The Widespread Use of Dietary Supplements Across All Age Groups

In recent years, health and fitness has become a massive trend. Millennials, on average, are more aware and conscious about their health and overall physique, leading to a boom in the consumption of dietary supplements. 

A consumer survey conducted by the Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN) on Dietary Supplements, reveals the highest overall dietary supplement usage to date, with 77% of people reporting they consume dietary supplements. The survey also revealed that the majority of both males and females, aged 18+, take nutritional supplements. Among all age groups, adults between the ages of 35 and 54 have the highest use of dietary supplements at a whopping 81%. Source

Dietary Supplement Market Trends

A Comprehensive Breakup of Dietary Supplement Consumption Source

A recent survey conducted by CRN states that the intake of Dietary Supplements is prevalent amongst the following demographic groups:

  • 79% of female adults
  • 74% of male adults
  • 70% of adults 18 – 34
  • 81% of adults 35 – 54
  • 79% of adults 55+
  • 83% of adults with children under 18 in the household
  • 75% of adults without children under 18 in the household
  • 81% of adults employed full-time
  • 77% of adults employed part-time
  • 68% of adults without employment
  • 76% of retired adults
  • 81% of adults who are married

What Types of Supplements Are the Most Popular? Source

With respect to the types of supplements being consumed, CRN’s 2019 survey found that vitamins and minerals continue to be the most popular supplement category, with around 76% of people having taken these products in the past 12 months. Other popular categories in the United States include:

  • Speciality Supplements (40%)
  • Herbals & Botanicals (39%)
  • Sports Nutrition Supplements (28%)
  • Weight Management Supplements (17%)
Dietary Supplement Market Trends

Are Dietary Supplements Really Beneficial?

For years there have been myths surrounding health supplements and the intake of multivitamins. We’re here to tell you that consuming supplements alongside a balanced diet leads to an array of incremental benefits. 

Supplements assist your body in replenishing the necessary amount of dietary nutrients that it requires every day, in addition to a balanced and nutritional diet. 

They should be taken with the right amount of exercise and sleep, which most people overlook. Supplements are also an excellent way to improve your immune system, giving your body the nutritional boost it needs to work at an optimal level.

At Enovate Biolife, we supply scientifically proven unmatched ingredients for supplements. Our customers are provided with an array of product categories that boost stamina and improve overall health: Our Range

So, Have Dietary Supplements Become Mainstream?

Dietary Supplement Market Trends

Source: Diploma Certificate in Dietary Supplements Advisor

According to Nancy Weindruch, vice president, communications, Council for Responsible Nutrition (CRN), “While the industry continues to innovate, there is no denying that these regulated products have indeed become mainstream. More than three-quarters of Americans are taking dietary supplements each year; a crystal clear trend that serves as an indicator of the vital role supplementation plays in their overall health and wellness regimens”. Source

Consistent with previous years results, the results from the 2019 CRN survey revealed high overall confidence in the safety and quality of dietary supplements and great trust in the dietary supplement industry. Consumers’ high confidence and trust primarily arise from innovative and responsible companies who are committed to bringing world-class products to the market. 

Government agencies, such as the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), who regulate dietary ingredients, also contribute to higher consumer confidence and trust. It’s the FDA’s enforcement of the law that allows for there to be a wide margin of safety for the dietary supplement industry. 

According to Weindruch, several factors have emerged during the years that have piqued consumer interest and lead to rising awareness about the dietary supplement industry.

“Consumers are taking a more integrative approach to their health, of which nutrition is a core component. With the growth and maturation of the dietary supplement industry, dietary supplements are now mainstream. Consumer access to dietary ingredients has never been greater, considering the number of large, reputable brands that have moved into the space coupled with omnichannel retail.”

Herbals, botanicals and specific supplements such as melatonin showed signs of growth. Meanwhile, multivitamins, vitamin D and vitamin C kept a steady lead ahead of protein, calcium and magnesium supplements. 

In the words of the former FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Dietary supplements have become a routine part of the American lifestyle. They’re more popular than ever, including among young people. It’s time to ensure that people of all ages can trust the safety of their supplements.

At Enovate Biolife, our proprietary ingredients are 100% US FDA-GCP compliant and have clinical studies published in reputed international journals. 

To learn more about the ingredients we offer, email us at