Turning Science into Supplements

Sure, we make science look simple, but behind each of our products we have implemented a highly complex, evidence-based production process to ensure we safely and effectively distil and deliver nutrients to help you thrive.

Take a peek at how our products are made, quality checked, certified by Health Canada, checked again, and delivered to you:

Step 1: Gather All Ingredients

Inspired By Research

Current research with proven clinical results inspires and informs the products we create.

Premium Ingredients

Our team combs through suppliers and finds the highest quality, ethically sourced, and accessible ingredients.

Finding our Formula

We design formulas for effective nutrient delivery with inactive ingredients only when needed to help with stability or cellular absorption.

Health Canada Approval

The natural health industry is regulated in Canada. A Natural Product Number (NPN) is a product license issued by Health Canada to verify the potency and usage of the product’s ingredients.

Step 2: Putting it All Together

Materials Arrive at Factory

WHOLISTIC sources effective and sustainable raw materials from locations around the world. These materials are delivered to our own manufacturing facility.

Test Raw Materials

We test raw materials to confirm their identity, potency, heavy metal, pesticide and microbial content.

Mixing Up Raw Materials

We blend raw materials applying our advanced knowledge of ingredients, how they interact with each other, and use meticulous manufacturing processes.

Test for Potency

Final testing for potency, product uniformity and label claims issued by Health Canada regulations are conducted in house and later by verified third parties.

Step 3: Delivered with Care

Final Product

Alongside our own strict quality standards, WHOLISTIC is guided by the Canadian Good Manufacturing Process (cGMP) in its best practices to ensure that our quality assurance and quality control meet the highest standards.

Bottling & Labeling

Our processes maximize the safety and efficacy of the natural health products we manufacture and distribute.

3rd Party Testing & Quality Control

WHOLISTIC completes third-party testing in ISO certified laboratories to ensure the purity, potency, stability and safety of the raw ingredients used in our formulas.

On a Store Shelf Near You!

From our warehouse in Canada, we ship products to multiple retailers so you can find your product of choice on the shelves of your favourite stores.

Get Intimate with Ingredients

  • An essential nutrient found in all body tissues
  • Supports immune system and aids iron absorption
  • Plays a role in making red blood cells and maintaining nerve cells

Food sources: Spirulina, dark chocolate, oysters, organ meats, shiitake mushrooms, almonds, cashews, sesame seeds, spinach, kale and Swiss chard.

  • Supports cardiovascular health and cellular function
  • Powerful antioxidant that helps recharge other antioxidants in the body
  • Maximizes cellular energy production

Food sources: Spinach, cauliflower, broccoli, oranges, strawberries, sesame seeds, pistachios, soybeans, lentils, fatty fish and organ meats.

Folic Acid
  • Necessary for DNA synthesis and cell repair
  • Supports healthy development of the fetus during pregnancy
  • Helps to prevent neural tube defects

Food sources: Spinach, romaine lettuce, asparagus, broccoli, beans, sunflower seeds, whole grains, liver, seafood, eggs, fortified foods.

  • Provides fast-acting, temporary relief from feelings of tension, stress and anxiety
  • Promotes mental relaxation and regulates mood
  • Calms “monkey mind” and helps you fall asleep and stay asleep

Food sources: Yogurt and kefir, brown rice, walnuts, citrus fruits, sweet potatoes, spinach, almonds, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, shrimp and soy products.

  • Natural UV protection for the eyes
  • Protects eyes against oxidative stress
  • Clinically proven to help maintain the health and function of the macula

Food sources: Kale, spinach, romaine lettuce, corn, red and yellow bell peppers, parsley, pistachios and eggs.

  • Potent antioxidant
  • Supports normal cell growth
  • Protects against oxidative damage

Food sources: Tomatoes, apricots, guava, grapefruit, watermelon, red bell peppers, persimmon, mango, red cabbage, asparagus.

Magnesium Citrate
  • Essential mineral required for over 300 different biochemical reactions in the body
  • Helps to prevent magnesium deficiency
  • Helps to relieve constipation

Food sources: Pumpkin seeds, chia seeds, almonds, spinach, cashews, dark chocolate, avocados, lentils, beans, chickpeas, bananas and whole grains.

  • Supports restful sleep throughout the night
  • Helps to restore healthy sleep patterns
  • Helps to reduce the effects of jet lag

Food sources: Pistachios, milk, fatty fish like salmon or tuna, rice oats, goji berries, tart cherries, mushrooms, corn, bananas.

Omega 3
  • Promotes healthy cholesterol levels
  • Supports healthy blood pressure
  • Improves cognitive health and memory

Food sources: Anchovies, herring, mackerel, salmon, sardines, lake trout, tuna, algae, seaweed, walnuts, chia, hemp and flax seeds.

  • Supports heart health, cell development and thyroid function
  • Powerful antioxidant necessary for immune function
  • Aids the formation and recycling of glutathione AKA the body’s master antioxidant

Food sources: Brazil nuts, seafood and organ meats are the richest sources of selenium.

  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Supports joint health
  • Potent antioxidant

Food source: Turmeric root.

Vitamin B12
  • Aids red blood cell formation and helps to prevent pernicious anemia
  • Helps the body metabolize carbs, fats and proteins
  • Supports healthy nerve and brain cell function

Food sources: Organ meats, clams, sardines, beef, fortified foods, tuna, salmon, eggs, nutritional yeast, nori, mushrooms, beets and spinach.

Vitamin D3
  • Helps the body absorb calcium and phosphorus to strengthen bones and teeth
  • Supports immune function and mood
  • Reduces inflammation, auto-immunity and abnormal cell growth

Food sources: Salmon, canned tuna, sardines, mushrooms, egg yolks and cod liver oil. And though, not a food, the ultimate vitamin D3 provider is exposure to sunlight.  

Vitamin C (AKA ascorbic acid)
  • Provides support against respiratory and allergic conditions
  • Potent antioxidant
  • Promotes wound healing

Food sources: Citrus (oranges, kiwi, lemon, grapefruit), tomatoes, strawberries, bell peppers, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussel sprouts

Vitamin K2
  • Essential vitamin needed for heart, bone and liver health
  • Helps bones use calcium more effectively
  • Supports normal blood clotting

Food sources: Spinach, kale, broccoli, egg yolks, blueberries, grapes, fermented foods like kefir, sauerkraut and hard cheeses, beef, chicken and fatty fish.

  • Natural UV protection for the eyes
  • Protects eyes against oxidative stress
  • Clinically proven to help maintain the health and function of the macula

Food sources: Kale, Swiss chard, pistachios, egg yolk, broccoli, spinach, squash, grapes, kiwi, red peppers.

  • Offers powerful immune support
  • Supports metabolism
  • Promotes skin health and wound healing

Food sources: Seafood, soy products, lean meats and poultry, legumes (beans and peas), eggs, nuts and seeds.