We collaborate closely with a panel of advisors to help us remain in the know of all the latest developments in vitamins and supplements, nutraceuticals and complementary health.
The panel consists of world-class academics, scientists and clinicians who inform and keep us up to date on specific health affairs, as well as emerging and evolving science, new ingredients and opportunities to formulate new products.
Certifying the efficacy of our scientific formulations is everything and we’re in the process of putting several of our product portfolio into scientific trials.
If you’d like to learn more about our extensive research into vitamins, complementary health and nutraceuticals, please visit Our Research.
Professor Avni Sali. MBBS, PhD, FRACS, FACS, FACNEM
Australian surgeon, researcher, author, and media personality, Professor Avni is primarily known for advocating an "integrative" approach to medicine combining evidence-based conventional treatments with complementary therapies.
Assoc Prof. Andrew Pipingas.
Andrew Pipingas is a clinical researcher involved with investigating the effects of nutraceuticals of cognitive function and health.
Dr. Karin Ried. PhD, MSc, GDPH, Cert Integrative Medicine
Dr. Karin Ried is Research Director at the National Institute of Integrative Medicine in Australia. She has over 15 years experience in medical and public health research, as well as research interest in complementary and integrative medicine with a focus on nutritional health. Dr. Reid is also considered to be a world authority on research related to garlic and chocolate.
Mr. Gerald Quigley.
Gerald Quigley is a practicing Community Pharmacist in Australia, as well as an Accredited Herbalist. These joint qualifications give Gerald a unique overview of health from a holistic perspective. Gerald is also a well-known media personality and health commentator.
Dr. Valerie Malka. MD, FRACS, MIPH, MA
Dr. Valerie Malka is a Trauma and General Surgeon and was the Director of Trauma Services for Westmead Hospital and Sydney West Area Health Services for over a decade. She has also worked with the international Committee of the Red Cross and the International Rescue Committee.”