Recommendations for FKC Products
FKC Products are designed to serve the healthy or sub-healthy population. People with a family history of various diseases, people who live or work in a contaminated environment, or people who are currently under therapy or recovery from diseases should consider taking food supplements.
How to take FKC products properly
FKC products are not medication but rather food supplements. They are designed to improve the immune system, promote general health, and assist in the recovery from diseases.
Different from conventional medicines, food supplements work by providing cells and tissues with vital nutrients and facilitating and stimulating the body for “self-repair”. The effect of food supplements roots in the natural recovery of body itself.
Follow the "How To Take FKC Natural Food Supplements" guide below or click any of the following links for specific requirements.
- Cardiovascular System
- Digestive System
- For Fitness & Other Usage
- Liver Gall & Pancreatic System
- Movement system
- Nutrition for Lactating Women & Children
- Respiratory System
- Weight Loss & Diet Supplement
- Women's Specific Health
- Men's Specific Health
How To Take FKC Food Supplements?
Step 1. Check your health condition against the "Target Customers" column.
IMPORTANT! If you are unsure of your current condition, please consult with your doctor.
Step 2. Purchase the FKC package that's right for you by choosing from the list under the "Purchase Guide" column. You will receive something similar to the sample product package section below.
Step 3. Take the food supplements according to the "Taking Methods"
Sample FKC Package
Essential Package (1025B)
Contains: JointAgain(1) Tri-Antioxidant(1) WonderMeal(1) Liveright(1) CalciMagD(1) Cardiomax(1) Ingenium(1)
|Target Customers||Taking Methods||Product Guide|
|25 - 35 years old||
|For male age 35 - 55||
|For female age 35 - 45||
|Females, ages 45+ & Males, ages 55+||
|Smoking (including second hand smoking), Drinking||
|Family History of Tumors||
|Family History of Coronary Heart Disease||
|Regular Exposure to Chemicals||
|Regular Exposure toHeavy Metals||