Vitae at the IHCAN Summit 2019 in London

On June the 29th Vitae attended the yearly Integrative Healthcare and Applied Nutrition (IHCAN) Summit.

The Gluten Summit: A Grain of Truth, which brings together experts on the gluten connection to diseases, disorders, and a wide range of symptoms.

From Neurologists to Hepatologists (liver specialists), to Gastroenterologists to Cardiologists and Functional Medicine Practitioners, bringing complicated concepts into everyday language that answers the question ‘when could health issues be caused by a sensitivity to wheat or gluten?’

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, author of The Autoimmune Fix, is an internationally recognized speaker, writer and expert on chronic disease and metabolic disorders. With more than 30 years experience as a functional medicine practitioner and educator, Dr. Tom is famous for “making it easy for you to do the right thing”.


Vitae Health Innovation has a strong commitment to the planet and, in accordance with its bets, values ​​for health, transparency and sustainability, trying to generate a positive impact. For this reason, we work on the design of healthy and environmentally friendly products and try to transfer these principles to all actions, from the smallest and most imperceptible to the largest and most notorious. The local and proximity production of the products, the use of sustainable packaging, the Clean Label on many of the products… are a clear example of this commitment.

Vitae Health Innovation has a wide range of products that respond to the needs of people to improve their daily well-being. In addition, we are always in constant evolution and look for innovative formulas, synergies and ingredients. Sea Buckthorn Oil, Chlorella Algae, Turmeric, Yeast Beta-glucans, Digestive Enzymes, Aged Garlic, NADH and Coenzyme Q10, Grapefruit and Rosemary Extract are some of the ingredients that make our natural food supplements. You can also know all its formulas through the different categories that make up its catalogue.

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