Most frequent questions and answers
About Good Health

Good Health is a proudly New Zealand operated business, started over a quarter of a century ago by John Blanchard. John’s agricultural career background led him to become fascinated with the health benefits of herbal and oil seed crops, so much so that in 1987 he opened the doors for business, and Good Health began. 

We’re a full-service natural health company supplying pharmacies, health stores and duty-free reseller networks nationwide. We also export our products around the world to countries such as Australia, Indonesia, South Africa, Hong Kong, Vietnam, South Korea, and China.  
You can search where to buy HERE 

Wellbeing and vitality are at the heart of everything we do, so we insist on using only the purest quality ingredients to support good health. Our products come from sustainable resources and are GE free. Wherever possible, we source these first from New Zealand farms and growers, or accredited international manufacturers. Then we optimise their amazing natural properties through our unique enhancement processes.
Good Health Products has Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) certification which means our products are manufactured in a controlled environment according to strict procedures. Our commitment to quality is guaranteed.

We believe in bio-individuality, therefore when buying our high-quality supplements, you can always access advice and support of a healthcare professional at pharmacies and health stores, so you find what is right for you. 

About Supplements

That depends. Generally, taking your supplements in the morning with your first meal of the day is best. Especially stimulating supplements such as B vitamins or Energy & Vitality. 
Some supplements such as magnesium, Joint Active or sleep support supplements are designed to be taken at night.  
Always take with a meal unless otherwise stated. 

Always read the label and take as directed. 

This is due to the use of a gelatin capsule. 

It’s important to find the right supplement for you, that’s why you’ll find our products in places where you can ask for personalised advice such as pharmacies and health stores.  
We also have our in-house naturopath’s that would be happy to help; call 0800 44 66 34 Monday to Friday. 

This is because it contains Vitamin D in the cholecalciferol form. Vitamin D3, (also called cholecalciferol), is typically made from a substance derived from sheep’s wool (lanolin). This is illuminated by ultraviolet light to form Vitamin D3, mimicking the reaction that occurs in our skin. (It is considered Halal because the sheep’s wool is from a live sheep). 

In these modern times, there maybe times where your diet is lacking in some nutrients, or there is an increased demand for certain nutrients. Taking a supplement is like supporting those nutrient gaps to support the optimal functioning of our body, it’s not designed to replace a balanced diet.  

It’s best practice to take supplements 2 hours away from when you take your medications. For specific medication/supplement concerns please call the in-house naturopath’s and they can check for interactions. Ph 0800 44 66 34