Good health starts with a solid nutritional foundation. NUTRIWAY® Foundational Trio supports your wellbeing by providing essential macro and micro nutrients that may be lacking in the diet.

Why Foundational Trio?

With our increasingly busy lives, many of us are not meeting our nutritional needs through diet alone. Research found that 60 – 87% of adults around the world are falling significantly short of this recommendation. In fact, most adults would need to double their current intake to meet the World Health Organization (WHO) recommendation of at least 5 serves of fruit and vegetables every day.*

When we fail to consume the number of fruits and vegetables we are recommended to eat each day, we are unable to get the nutrients that our body needs. This nutritional gap can, however, be supported through supplementation and the place to start is with NUTRIWAY foundational products. The NUTRIWAY Foundational Trio consists of three essential NUTRIWAY supplements – DOUBLE X, Omega-3 Complex and All Plant Protein Powder.


Take one gold, one silver and one bronze tablet two times a day with breakfast and lunch meals.

NUTRIWAY Omega-3 Complex ADULTS:
Take up to six capsules a day. Pregnant women should take at least three but no more than six capsules a day. CHILDREN: 6 to 12 years, take one capsule per day. For children younger than 6 years, consult your healthcare professional.

NUTRIWAY All Plant Protein Powder ADULTS & CHILDREN 6+:
A reasonable daily intake is two servings.


NUTRIWAY DOUBLE X is not suitable for those under the age of 12. NUTRIWAY Omega-3 Complex and All Plant Protein Powder can be taken over the age of 6 years. Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare professional.

Are these products GMO free?

NUTRIWAY has always been committed to creating supplements with natural ingredients. That is why we are committed to being a non-GMO brand. Our products comply with and exceed global GMO labelling requirements.

*Hall JN, Moore S, Harper SB, Lynch JW. Global variability in fruit and vegetable consumption. Am J Prev Med. 2009; 36(5):402–409