frequently asked questions

How are Briyo Supplements products different from other nutritional supplements?

Briyo vitamins and nutritional supplements are manufactured under CGMPs (current good manufacturing practices) guidelines. CGMP regulations contain minimum requirements and regulate the methods, facilities, and controls used in manufacturing, processing, and packing of a drug product. CGMP regulations make sure that product processed by the facility is safe for use, and that it has the ingredients and strength that is claimed by the product.

Briyo supplements has maintained its WHO certification as well by strictly implementing its quality standards. Briyo supplements have regularly renewed its WHO quality certificate to ensure that the supplements provided to its customers match the desired quality standards. Every aspect of the manufacturing process has been examined keeping in mind the stringent rules framed by WHO.
Our vitamins and nutritional supplements are carefully tested by verified third party laboratories for purity and potency, as well as physical, chemical, and microbial contamination so that we can provide you with a product that offers benefits as stated by its label.

Our Supplements are made from clean, natural, clinically researched ingredients that deliver real benefits. Only those ingredients are accepted by us which have been tested for safety and efficacy, making supplements more effective at delivering their promises by supporting your overall health.

Stay assured, you are consuming the highest quality of supplements!

Are Briyo Supplement’s Products Tested?

It is essential for us to emphasise on third-party testing, and to ensure that the safety standards are met while manufacturing. Our products are prepared In small batches, and undergo third-party testing by certified laboratories. Our products follow the current good manufacturing practices (CGMPs).

What RDA Means?

Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) are the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, are judged by the Food and Nutrition Board to be adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons

How Do I Know If The Supplement That I Purchased Contains The Ingredients That It Claims On The Label Or If It Is Contaminated?

A set of regulations have been issued under Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) for dietary supplements, a set of requirements and expectations by which supplements must be manufactured, prepared, and stored to ensure quality. Manufacturers are expected to guarantee the identity, purity, strength, and composition of their supplements.

What Are The Benefits Of Supplements?

If legally approved dietary supplements are chosen, they are safe and actually serve the purpose of augmenting the diet. They are also easy to consume and ensures that you obtain the recommended amounts of nutrients on a daily basis as it is high in availability. 

Should I Take A Vitamin D Supplement?

It depends. You need vitamin D for strong, healthy bones and to help prevent osteoporosis. Your healthcare provider can help you determine whether you might need a vitamin D supplement based on factors such as the foods you eat, your skin type, and the amount of sun you’re exposed to. Your healthcare provider can also test your vitamin D blood levels.

What Is The Difference Between Vitamin D2 And Vitamin D3?

Vitamin D comes in two forms: vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) and vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol). Both forms are well absorbed by the body and increase the amount of vitamin D in your blood. However, vitamin D3 might increase your blood levels of vitamin D slightly more and for longer than vitamin D2.

Is It Folic Acid (Folate) Needed During Pregnancy?

Yes, getting enough folic acid helps prevent birth defects, especially a kind called neural tube defects.