Does it matter what vitamins you buy?

If you’ve been using Feel Good Forever supplements for a while, you likely realize they’re different. They’re a cut above others you’ve taken. This quality level is called “professional grade” in the supplement industry because it conforms to the safety, quality, and purity levels professionals’ demand.

What quality looks like

Every bottle of our products states: Exclusively made in the USA at U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-inspected Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) facilities to ensure compliance to a higher standard. But what does this actually mean? Well, poorly sourced supplements may contain harmful contaminants such as heavy metals, bacteria, mold, and other impurities that can have a negative impact on our health. Different countries have varying regulations and quality control standards. In many cases, countries don’t have the same rigorous testing and quality assurance processes as in the U.S. It’s not uncommon for such sources to add filler substances to raw materials to cut costs or artificially enhance the product’s appearance. Who wants fluff or impurities in their supplements?!

Feel Good Forever supplements are made in GMP facilities, which implement stringent quality control measures to ensure that the raw materials, ingredients, and finished products meet specific quality standards.

For starters, this includes:

  • Ensuring the ingredient’s identity, purity, strength, and composition.
  • Regular testing of incoming raw materials and components to verify their identity and potency.
  • Rigorous testing to ensure supplements meet the specifications stated on the product label.
  • Checking that claims made on the packaging are not outlandish but based in fact.

These are just a few reasons why discerning buyers search for quality brands. Additionally, we have the assurance that the potency and purity of the product we’ve spent good money on is what they say it is.

The Food and Drug Administration regularly inspects these GMP facilities to ensure compliance with regulations. During these inspections, inspectors review documentation, processes, and the facilities in which they’re made to verify that the facility is adhering to the necessary standards.

Value for money

Quality supplements may have a higher upfront cost. Still, they provide better value for your money because they deliver the promised benefits and reduce the risk of wasting your investment on ineffective or potentially harmful products.

We’re nourishing your body to help it function at its best. It makes sense to put quality into it if that is our goal.

“If you have choices, choose the best.”-Nishan Panwar


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Medicines: Good Manufacturing Practices, World Health Organization, 20 Nov, 2015