Nutrition from nature

21 July 2019 | Business

On Tuesday (23 July), Ascendis Health Direct (Namibia) hosts a presentation on Sportron and Swissgarde products, giving Namibians the chance to become part of this value chain.



Sportron

Sportron products have been developed by combining the best of nature with leading science. The developers have taken nature's gifts as inspiration and blended it with science and innovation.

These products have been carefully formulated to help maintain overall wellness to assist in certain conditions. The nutrient formulations are among the best in the world and comply with legal requirements.

The superior nutrient formulations incorporate the breakthrough FoodState technology which ensures that the body recognises nutrients in their natural form, as if they were consumed from food. The product groups include body boosters, broad-based support, speciality products, products for kids, nutrifoods and nutritional packs



Swissgarde

Swissgarde products harness the best of nature's indigenous herbal remedies and natural medicines to promote a trusted and safe range of superior products that:

• Replenish the body with key nutrients;

• Renew by supporting key processes in the body;

• Fortify body cells by adding natural defence mechanisms; and

• Protect the body and help to prevent disease the natural way.

Most of Swissgarde's key ingredients are derived from plants that healers and herbalists have been using for centuries. The developers have sourced the purest, highest quality natural ingredients from the savannah, across the Kalahari desert to Africa's lush tropical forests.

Traditional herbal medicines, many of which have been used for centuries have emerged in the focus of modern products. The Swissgarde brand is proud to be part of this and offers partners an opportunity to make effective use of the power of traditionally used herbs and remedies.

Swissgarde is an African company that deals with health and beauty products. Their products are purely herbs and natural, without any chemicals, harness the best of nature's indigenous herbal remedies and natural medicines, to promote a trusted and safe range of superior products that replenish the body with key nutrients.

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