At Living Alchemy, we believe in formulating supplements to the highest standard and that means starting with the cleanest whole food ingredients. And why wouldn’t we? Your health is our number one priority, which means we are as obsessed with what goes in our products as we are with what stays out of them.
Each and everyone of our products are certified organic by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) which has done rigorous testing to verify all of our ingredients come from organic plants grown without the use of pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, sewage sludge, genetically modified organisms or ionizing radiation. (1) Which means less harm to our beautiful planet and more good for your body. Every one of our supplements has been approved by the USDA.
As of October 2019, all Living Alchemy’s products have been certified by the Non-GMO Project, North America’s most trusted third-party verification labeling for non-GMO food and products. A Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) is an organism whose genetic makeup has been altered in a lab. There have been many studies that show that altering natural plants and other organisms can be harmful to the environment and to the humans that consume them. Our fermented whole food supplements have been certificated by the Non-GMO Project and we are overjoyed to receive another verification proving we use the highest quality ingredients.
Everyday we aspire to bring you the most effective and cleanest supplements to optimize your health and receiving USDA Organic verification and Non-GMO Project certification are two ways that we can prove this to you. All Living Alchemy products proudly have these certifications, as well as being plant-based, vegan friendly, dairy free, and free from all additives, fillers, and excipients, and made in Canada.
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1. McEvoy, Miles. 21 February, 2017. Organic 101: What Organic Farming (and Processing) Doesn’t Allow. https://www.usda.gov/media/blog/2011/12/16/organic-101-what-organic-farming-and-processing-doesnt-allow Accessed 20 November, 2019.