on a Cellular Level
Why Choose Us?
How We Are Different
We realize most vitamin companies try to sell you as many single ingredient products as possible to maximize profits. But we say if certain ingredients are the best, put them all in one formula, and keep it simple and cost effective for consumers.
The goal at Optimal Health Knowledge is to address this frustration for consumers. Our mission is to revolutionize the supplement industry, summarized by three S's.
Superior- Our unique products are the highest quality, multi ingredient formulas on the market. All our ingredients are scientifically validated, with clinical journal references, and not just the latest fad, or lazy, old school choices that never worked in the first place.
Synergy- We choose each ingredient based on it's unparalleled efficacy for a particular benefit. We then combine them with others that target a different benefit. Combining all of them in one formula creates a synergy no other products on the market can touch.
Simplify- One health concern, one formula. No longer do you need to buy three bottles of different ingredients, spend far too much money, and then take a handful of capsules. Simplicity makes supplement use easy to keep up with, so you can reap the benefits.We proudly post our product's Certificate of Assurance right here on our website, proving you get what you pay for, it was made in the USA and it was recently manufactured. What other vitamin companies do that?
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