All our products are suitable for vegans. This means that they do not contain any animal ingredients and are equally suitable for vegetarians and vegans. There are only 2 exceptions:
a) Products with vitamin D3: “Only” vegetarian, as wool fat (lanolin) is contained.
b) Omega 3: Contains fish oil and gelatin.

In vegetarianism, one consciously abstains from eating meat and fish. Worldwide, most vegetarians live in India. Vegans also abstain from meat and fish and additionally from all products of animal origin (honey, eggs, milk). Veganism is linked to a holistic attitude that strictly rejects the exploitation of animals. Therefore, vegans do not buy leather or wool articles, nor do they use cosmetics or cleaning products that contain animal ingredients or have been tested on animals.

Vitaalia buys raw materials exclusively from the best and certified producers from all over Europe. The products are not produced or bottled in countries with inferior hygiene regulations. HACCP guidelines are strictly followed and genetic engineering is an absolute taboo; we are 100% GMO free. Our head office is located in picturesque Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

We would very much like to provide more information about all the benefits of the individual active ingredients, as well as methods of application and areas of use for certain diseases, including tips and tricks. However, due to the EU Health Claims Regulation, we as manufacturers of food supplements are only allowed to make very specific health claims, which have been officially approved. For certain ingredients, mostly of herbal origin, there are no authorized claims yet and therefore we are not allowed to name them at all. We regret this very much and can only refer to further and trustworthy sources of information, as well as to experienced doctors and therapists who are active in the holistic health system.

NRV (Nutrition Reference Value) indicates the amount of vitamins and minerals that an average adult should consume daily to meet their needs. The respective values for the “Recommended Daily Allowance” are set as guideline values by the EU.

However, these recommendations from the EFSA (European Food Safety Authority) are only guidelines of the “minimum requirement to avoid deficiencies”. But only avoiding a deficiency does not necessarily mean that these dosages are sufficient for optimal functioning of the body or personal well-being; nor does it mean that they are sufficient to correct an existing deficiency. Many doctors, biochemists, virologists and other health experts worldwide therefore advise higher daily intakes

These recommendations also do not take into account that individual needs are naturally increased depending on the phase of life:

  1. a) Growing children and adolescents have an increased need for many micronutrients.
  2. b) Pregnant women need numerous vitamins and minerals in increased quantities. By the way, the need for iron and folic acid is generally much higher for women than for men.
  3. c) Taking certain medications often increases the need for some nutrients. As examples: Aspirin/ASS (acetylsalicylic acid) depletes the body of a lot of vitamin C; diuretics (“drainage tablets” for high blood pressure) require extra intake of magnesium and potassium; and women using birth control pills should take magnesium, vitamin C and the B vitamins regularly.
  4. d) Certain chronic medical conditions also require regular intake of certain supplements (e.g. leaky gut, post-WLS condition, etc.).
  5. e) A certain lifestyle also asks for attention to a necessary additional requirement (e.g. more than 3 cups of coffee daily, smoking, increased sugar consumption, alcohol, drugs, etc.).

Within the scope of our possibilities, we offer advice by e-mail as a special service for our registered customers. For legal reasons, however, we are not allowed to answer any medical questions. Please contact us for this at:  with the subject “Consultation” in the subject line of the e-mail.