About Enjoy Health

Building a sustainable and innovative healthy food brand as to be enjoyed by everyone

Enjoy Health is driven by our desire that everyone must live healthy in an enjoyable way. We only carry and produce products guaranteed to be healthy, highly nutritious and delicious to start or keep up your healthy and sustainable lifestyle. Our quality ingredients are known superfood and native in the Philippines, sourced from the finest quality of raw materials and processed in tightly controlled environment for your maximum health and satisfaction.

Our Commitment

The products that we carry and produce are:

  • Superfood
  • 100% Natural ingredients
  • Organically grown or organic-certified
  • No maltodextrin or fillers
  • Gluten Free *GMO Free *Dairy Free *Sugar Free *Vegan
  • GMP Certified
  • Lab Tested
  • Ethically and sustainably sourced
  • Sustainable solutions
  • Native in the Philippines

Our Strong support to Organic and Natural Products

“Choosing food produced according to organic standards can lead to intake of nutritionally desirable antioxidants and reduced exposure to toxic heavy metals”. (Leifart)

Natural products do not contain artificial ingredients or preservatives and the ingredients are only minimally processed in a manner that does not fundamentally alter the product. (USDA)

Organic products are farmed, produced, manufactured and handled using organic methods or without the use of artificial chemicals, hormones, antibiotics or genetically modified organisms.

Nutritional Superiority of Organic Food according to several studies reveal:

  1. Antioxidants level: Higher percentage of antioxidants ranging from 19-69%.

Many antioxidants “have previously been linked to a reduced risk of chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseases, neurodegenerative diseases and certain cancers.

  1. Vitamins: Higher micronutrients such as Vitamin C, Zinc and iron.
  2. Lower level of nitrate.

High nitrate levels are linked to an increased risk of certain types of cancer and condition called methemoglobinemia, a disease in infants that affects the body’s ability to carry oxygen. (Brown, 2016)

The Organic Center, University of Arizona, 2008

Prof. Carlo Leifart and Newcastle University, 2015

Mary Jane Brown,PhD, RD, UK, 2016