France shows common sense moderation and nutritional quality in the manufacture of its food supplements
On the other side of the Atlantic, and in France more precisely, cultural ideals are totally different. French culture tends to promote well-being, well-living, the art of enjoying life and, above all, common sense and reason.
At least, it has always been the country of René Descartes and his famous Cartesianism. Centennial culture of well-being, literature and temperance, in France, the very idea of equilibrium is present in our laws and our know-how. Indeed, the French know-how and the quality of what we manufacture is also alive for our brands of food supplements.
Major brands like STC Nutrition or NHCO know that concept perfectly. The quality of the products distributed must be irreproachable while the quantity of each ingredient must be precisely measured to provide optimal nutritional support to the consumer. Quantity and quality of the products are combined to provide optimal nutritional support, without risk to health or overdose. In addition, quality is also synonymous with the absence of ingredients whose safety has not been approved by the legal health authorities in France and in Europe. Actually, most plant extracts whose effects or origin are not known are systematically absent from our nutritional supplements.