By definition, dietary supplements must contain in simple or combined form: amino acids, proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, probiotics, vitamins, minerals, fibers and/or other ingredients with a nutritional or physiological role. 

Herbs and other ingredients may be added, but they must comply with the specifications, requirements and limitations established in the Argentine Food Code. 
It is not possible to speak of effectiveness with dietary supplements since it is a term that applies to medicines. But in the case of the components (herbs, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, etc.), there are studies that support their use with a physiological and/or nutritional role.
Plant extracts are compounds produced by obtaining biologically active substances present in plant tissues by employing a solvent (alcohol, water, mixture of these or another selective solvent) and a suitable extraction process.
Standardization is a measure of the potency of the herbal component and a guarantee that it contains a certain and constant concentration of the selected active principles. The reason for standardizing an herbal extract is to ensure the uniformity of its components so that the dietary supplement always contains the same amount of active ingredients and produces the same physiological or nutritional effects.
Yes, our entire product line is suitable for celiacs. This can be seen by the presence of the T.A.C.C.C. free logo on the packaging.
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The Argentine Food Code (CAA) establishes the following definition:

Under the denomination of Dietary Supplements, certain products can be found which are intended to increase the usual dietary intake by supplementing the incorporation of nutrients and/or other ingredients in the diet of healthy people who, not being under a pathological condition, present unsatisfied or greater than usual basic dietary needs. 

These dietary supplements should be for oral administration and may be presented in solid (tablets, capsules, granules, powders or others) or liquid forms (drops, solution, or others), or other forms for gastrointestinal absorption. 

All dietary supplements must be manufactured according to good manufacturing practices and placed in containers that guarantee product quality and stability.
Dietary supplements must be manufactured by an approved and controlled laboratory, which means that it has an RNE certification (National Register of Businesses) and the products have an RNPA certification (National Register of Food Product).

Information on dietary supplements must include:

    -Name and address of the manufacturer / importer.
    -Product registration number granted by the health authority (RNPA).
    -Registration number of the manufacturing/importing establishment (RNE)
    -Batch number and expiration date

If you have any doubts about the authenticity of these products, you can always consult your doctor or pharmacist or the state health authority, for example ASSAL (Santa Fe Food Safety Agency) in the province of Santa Fe by means of their website or by phone.
Dietary supplements are safe as long as they are approved by a health authority, which ensures both safety in terms of their physiological or nutritional role and their quality (compliance with good manufacturing practices and safety and innocuousness specifications).
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