Is Sinless considered a dietary supplement?
Sinless is not considered a dietary supplement, but is defined as a functional food. Functional foods are consumed as part of a normal diet and deliver one or more active ingredients (that have physiologic effects and may enhance health) within the food matrix. Natural health products (a.k.a. dietary supplements) are not placed within a food matrix. This is a key difference between the regulated terms of natural health products and functional foods.
Are there clinical studies on the functional ingredients in Sinless?
Yes. Studies supporting a clinically validated ingredient dose in the Mastermind Matrix blend have shown reduced stress and cortisol levels, improved mood, and overall support of cognitive health.
To read more about the clinical studies supporting the herbal ingredients in the Mastermind Matrix, please visit our page on published medical & scientific journals.
Is Sinless gluten-free?
Yes. Sinless does not contain gluten and is made in a gluten-free facility.
Is Sinless dairy-free?
Sinless may contain traces of organic dairy. This information can be found on the Sinless product page, under the “Use” section.
Is Sinless soy-free?
Sinless contains a small amount of organic lecithin. However, with respect to allergies, most people react to soy proteins, which are not found in lecithin. You can access all ingredients lists and label information on the Sinless product page.
For further questions about allergies and intolerances, feel free to contact one of our nutritionists at email@example.com.