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Nature's Way Canada

Nature’s Way has been at the forefront of the natural healthcare industry. An early leader in educating on the effectiveness and safety of herbal medicine, they have always supported legislative efforts that help protect health freedoms, and are constantly striving to provide health and healing through the power of nature. They are a unique supplement company that offer traditional herbal medicines, as well as those that are backed by conventional science. Their products are certified Organic, Kosher, GMP certified and are proud partners of the Non-GMO project. In addition they are the first major brand to be TRU-ID certified. TRU-ID is an independent testing program that uses cutting-edge DNA biotechnology to ensure the authenticity herbal products. With TRU-ID validation, you can be sure that the herbs listed on their labels actually match what is in their products.Nature's Way Blessed Thistle, Nature's Way Fenugreek Seed and Nature's Way Alive Adult Multi-Vitamin Gummy.

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