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Food supplements are a concentrated source of nutrients or other substances with a nutritional or physiological effect. Their purpose is to supplement a normal diet.

At Sekoya we use nutrients of proven efficiency. They are extracted from natural sources and are composed of elements that are essential for the proper functioning of the body.

Some food supplements can be consumed regularly to support a good quality of life. Others meet specific needs such as regulating digestion, giving energy, stimulating the immune system. All contribute to the optimal functioning of the body.

Studies carried out by the Swiss and European authorities show that the population's calorie and macronutrient (fat, carbohydrate, protein) requirements are covered by the diet. However, these studies also show that intakes are unbalanced and that the diet rarely provides the recommended quantities of micronutrients (vitamins, minerals, trace elements). These micronutrients are nevertheless essential for maintaining health.

If you're wondering what's going on with you, ask your doctor for a blood test, or consult a nutritionist.

Sekoya food supplements contain vitamins, trace elements, dry and fatty plant extracts, probiotics and other nutritional substances such as glucosamine from marine nutrients.

All ingredients are from natural sources that we select for their effectiveness and affinity with the human body.

We favour proximity, so whenever we can, we buy from Swiss or European producers.

Artificial colouring, fillers, preservatives, synthetic vitamins, stabilisers and other enhancers are banned. Our products contain 100% of highly dosed and natural active nutrients.

Sekoya food supplements are not fattening. On the contrary, several preparations (digestion cure) promote weight loss.

Although Sekoya food supplements are highly concentrated in natural active ingredients, they are not medicines. Do not replace or discontinue your medication without consulting your doctor first.

Each country has its own policy. In 2020, we questioned over 500 consumers of food supplements in Switzerland. We found that less than 4% of them had applied to their supplementary insurance for reimbursement, and 1% had been reimbursed. This may not seem like much, but it still represents 25% of those who asked their insurance.



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