Cellular autoregulation, a natural process

Each individual is unique, and though we share the same biology, our needs and the way our bodies perform are different. We share the same defense mechanisms, but the way we react to stressors is unique to each and every one of us.
For this reason, Laboratoires Activa puts the concept of bio-individuality and cellular autoregulation at the heart of the research and development of its health supplements. Each formula is designed to work with each unique organism to support and encourage its innate capacity to self-regulate and even to reinforce it.
Classic supplementation works at compensating a deficiency or acts against a disturbance, the same way medication does. Though it can be a fast and short term effective method, it may have side effects and may not be suitable for everyone as it can introduce cellular stress and doesn’t take into account the principle that each person is unique.

Cellular Autoregulation, the self-regulating mechanism of the organism

A dysfunction is usually the result of an imbalance in a or many organ systems.
Studying and understanding how our cells and our system handle dysfunctions, our supplements are designed to restore balance, nourish and replenish the organism with the necessary nutrients it needs in order for it to handle the disruption on its own and not to fight it.
Being “intelligent blends”, Activa supplements combine active ingredients for them to work in an optimised synergy, increasing the potential of each active with no antagonism.
Supporting cellular autoregulation, rather than supplementing, results in a fast and efficient action without creating new disturbances. It supports the organism in its capacity to adjust naturally without overloading it and creating new stress.

Activa complexes are made with natural active ingredients, that are GMO, pesticides and heavy metal free, to offer a natural solution adapted to each organism with excellent bio-availability thanks to a unique delivery system of the  microgranule technology.