NOW Foods – Non Gelatin Vegetable Capsules Double “00” – 250 Vegetable Capsule(s)
NOW Foods Non Gelatin Empty Vcaps are a new alternative to animal gelatin capsules. NOW Foods Non Gelatin Vegetable Capsules “00” are composed on inert vegetable cellulose and do not interfere with the digestion and absorption of the ingredients contained within.NOW Foods Non Gelatin Vegetable Capsules “00” empty capsules allow you to fill your own powders at desired potencies, and avoid tablet binders and fillers. Buying powdered vitamins and filling your own capsules can save up to 50% off most retail prices. NOW Foods Non Gelatin Vegetable Capsules “00”, depending on the powder, can hold between 546 – 1092 mg.
- Approx. 250 Empty Vegetable Capsules
- Filled by Weight
- Non-GMO Project Verified
- Vegan & Vegetarian
- Sugar Free
- Free of Gluten, Soy, Nut, Corn, Dairy & Egg
It appears many NOW products are derived from bovine sources. Are these products safe to take in light of the recent Mad Cow Disease scare?
All NOW bovine products are derived from healthy cattle, which meet USDA/FDA requirements. You can be assured that they have been fully documented and are.considered to be free from Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE), commonly known as Mad Cow Disease.
What types of capsule does NOW use , what is their source, and are they free of BSE?
NOW uses gelatin capsules and vegetable capsules. NOW’s two-piece gelatin capsules containing dry powders are derived from beef and pork sources. NOW’s one-piece gelatin capsules containing liquids are typically derived from beef, not pork. Many of the gelatin capsules NOW uses are processed and certified Kosher and Halal. NOW’s main vegetable capsules are derived from tree fiber and are domestically sourced. A newer form of vegetable capsule is made from non-genetically engineered corn polysaccharides. Both type of Vcaps are considered vegetarian and vegan, containing no ingredients from animal sources. All capsules used in NOW products are considered to be BSE-free.
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