Central to Good Health’s philosophy is the enrichment of people’s lives. This has driven the Auckland based company to produce a range of over 350 products that may naturally help boost immunity and increase vitality.
Good Health is a proudly New Zealand operated business, started over a quarter of a century ago by John Blanchard. John’s agricultural career background led him to become fascinated with the health benefits of herbal and oil seed crops, so much so that in 1987 he opened the doors for business, and Good Health began. Today, John’s sons Dave and Brian remain involved in their iconic New Zealand company. As a business, Good Health has grown - they now offer a range of over 350 products to boost natural immunity and enhance health and vitality.
Along with monitoring recent scientific studies and international research, Good Health strives to improve your general health and wellbeing by using only the purest ingredients and sustainable resources.
When you browse our Good Health brand range, you’ll find products that may aid with weight management, immune support and also digestive health, as well as much more.
The most popular products are turmeric capsules assisting with joint and cardiovascular health and magnesium either in a topical or oral form.
Good Health Hawaiian Spirulina provides a wide spectrum of easily absorbed nutrients. Spirulina is ideal for vegetarians, athletes or anyone in need of an energy boost.
Quality assurance: Hawaiian Spirulina is grown in state of the art facilities in a bio secure zone which is free from contaminants, pesticides, industrial waste and herbicides. Methods including; spring water, superior cultivation strategies and a patented ocean chill drying process, ensure excellent quality and the highest nutrient constant is made available.
if symptoms persist consult a healthcare professional
Vitamin supplements should not replace a balanced diet
Adults: Take 6-18 tablets daily. Take 1 hour before meals to ease food cravings.
The spirulina in this product has been tested for and shown to contain nil detectable amounts of BMAA.