Are your products soy-free?

How Much Lutein and Zeaxanthin Should I Get Per Day? What Foods Are They Found In?

What’s Your Lutein Level?

What’s the Big Deal with Lutein and Zeaxanthin? Why are They Important?

Your Certificate of Compliance Shows That There Are Heavy Metals In Your Products. Should I Be Concerned?

Why Do You Include Only 2 Species of Probiotics?

Your Probiotics Include Soil-Based Organisms (SBOs). How Do I Know They’re Safe and Effective?

What is a PRO-biotic? What is a PRE-biotic?

How Can Your Products Be Free of Fish Allergens if They Include Fish Oil?

Do Your Products Contain Nuts? What Does Free of Tree Nut Allergens Mean?

Why Don’t You Include Magnesium in Your Vitamin Supplements?

Why Does Your Fish Oil Come from Small Fish Only? How Is That More Eco-friendly?

Why Do You Use Sugar?

How Did You Pick Which Nutrients to Include in Your Products?

Fat Soluble vs Water Soluble Vitamins…What’s the Difference?

Where Do Your Ingredients Come From?

What’s the Difference Between Cyanocobalamin and Methylcobalamin? Which is the Better Form of B12?

I’m Worried About Mercury and Other Toxins in Your Fish Oil. How Can I Be Sure the Fish Oil in SmartyPants is Safe?

Why Are Your B12 Levels Set Where They Are?

Is Too Much Vitamin A Dangerous?

Why Don’t SmartyPants Contain Iron?

Is SmartyPants Safe for People with Allergies? What Do You Mean by Allergen-Free?

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All SmartyPants products are allergen-free. That means we’re free of the top 8 major allergens – milk, eggs, peanuts, tree nut allergens, fish allergens, shellfish, soy, and wheat. We’re also non-GMO and gluten-free, and do not use any synthetic colors, artificial flavors, or artificial sweeteners. Yay!

For more detailed information about our manufacturing process and how we test for allergens, view our Manufacturing Allergen Matrix.

As always, please consult your health care provider before using any of our products to determine if they are right for you.

For more general information on food allergens, please check out the FDA’s food allergen labeling here.


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