By Funmilola Gboteku
Lagos, April 14, 2023
QNET, e-commerce health company, on Friday stressed the need to address health disparities worldwide by leveraging supplements.
Mr Biram Fall, Regional General Manager, QNET, Sub-Saharan Africa, said this is in a statement in Lagos.
Fall said with this year’s World Health Day theme, “Health for All,” there was need for universal health coverage.
He noted that economic, social, and environmental inequities could create health disparities, in which certain portions of society had fewer opportunities to achieve optimal health.
“This disparities occur in developing countries like Nigeria, with limited healthcare resources were many people struggle to access healthy levels of essential vitamins and nutrients.
“The company’s range of high quality nutrition and supplement products promotes good health and wellness for all.
“We will continue to contribute to World Health Day by leveraging its expertise in nutrition and wellness to create accessible and high quality products that can benefit people from all walks of life,” Fall said.
He added that the company, which specialised in developing diverse wellness and health products to enhance individuals’ well-being worldwide, had developed its supplements to address many common and emerging health concerns, such as diabetes and immune system deficiencies.
The Regional General Manager said an increasing number of countries had noted rising mortality rates due to cardiovascular disease.
“One of our health supplements ‘Ole’ utilises fresh olive leaf extract, which has been proven to benefit cardiovascular health by lowering blood pressure, promoting normal heart function and improving blood circulation.
“Strong immune systems are vital to a healthy community as the world combats new diseases and threats like COVID-19,” he said.
He said the company’s goal was to create accessible, approachable, and holistic nutrition products that met the needs of customers, while incorporating innovative formulas that went beyond other products in the market.
Fall noted that in view of this, the company partnered world-class laboratories, researchers, and manufacturers to ensure that consumer products were effective, beneficial and made in high standard.
He added that while striving to offer quality nutritious products to enhance overall health, the company also ensured that essential vitamins and nutrients were accessible by individuals worldwide.
He said the company marked its entrance into the Nigerian market with its products certification by National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control in Nigeria (NAFDAC).
He further said the company’s supplement ‘EDGE,’ personal care products, Prospark toothpaste, Physioradiance face serum and Physioradiance eye socket serum had been certified by NAFDAC.