Manufacturing the correct ingredients
There is a common practice of including ingredients in supplement formulas at levels that are completely irrelevant. Worse still, the most relevant form of the nutrient is often not used.
Lutein as a good example. Lutein levels are often overstated with the weight of the preparation implying that this is ALL lutein when it is not. This is misleading so Lamberts simply provide you with the pure, free-form amount. You can see this by looking at Lamberts Eyewise
, a Lutein rich eye care product.
At Lamberts, they use pure lutein because it is chemically identical to the lutein found in green leafy vegetables; not lutein esters which are chemically different and are often used by other companies. Lamberts feel, and of course we agree, that the product label should make it clear which form of lutein has been used. Sadly this is not always the case.
Unusually, there 18 products that are exclusively Lamberts Amino Acids.
Lamberts Nutrient Quality
Quality needs to b shown on the label and Lamberts has pioneered the accuracy of this and take much care to use the correct terms for all the ingredients used. They declare everything used.
What is on a Lamberts label is a honest representation of what is in the product. It is almost impossible, to produce food supplements without using some inactive ingredients and products labels should show these. Those which do not are in our opinion, either inaccurately made or inaccurately labelled. Lamberts always show ALL the ingredients.