At KBS, we did not just want to put out a product that works. We want
to ensure to our customers that it is not only effective, but is safe to take
as well. We make certain our product meets the highest standards that
a dietary supplement possibly can.


Products bearing the NSF’s Certified for Sport® mark have met the stringent composition and testing criteria shared by many of the most vigilant athletic governing bodies in the world.

For Atrantil specifically, it verifies that the active ingredient claims have been analyzed, and every LOT of Atrantil produced will be tested to verify that only what is listed on the ingredient panel is what is found in the product composition, with no threat of contaminants (there are over 265 banned substances which are screened).

NSF’s Certified for Sport® Program helps athletes, coaches, dietitians, and trainers make more informed decisions when choosing supplements.

The program is recognized by NFL, NFLPA, MLB, MLBPA, PGA, LPGA, NHL, CPSDA, Taylor Hooton Foundation, and CCES. Athletes (professional/amateur) and non-athletes alike can use Atrantil without the worry of possible contamination, and with confidence in the authenticity of the product.

For more information visit: http://www.nsf.org/services/by-industry/dietary-supplements/certified-for-sport

The Natural and Non-Prescription Health Products Directorate of Health Canada (NNHPD) recently issued Atrantil a Natural Product Number 80083205 (NPN).

With this development, Atrantil has now been granted access to be sold in Canada and we look to have it available in Canada by the end of 2018.

Not only can Atrantil be sold in Canada, but the NNHPD has granted Atrantil the claim that Atrantil, “Helps to relieve symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome with constipation (IBS-C), such as bloating and constipation”.

The rigorous process to obtain an NPN requires companies to provide extensive information about the product; including scientific research supporting any health claims, medicinal and non-medicinal ingredients used, product labeling and information about the manufacturing site.

This ensures that the consumer can feel confident in the safety and efficacy of the product and that it does in fact, uphold the claim that it helps to relieve IBS symptoms.

For More information about The Natural and Non-Prescription Health Products Directorate of Health Canada ( NNHPD): Click Here

Good manufacturing practice (GMP) is a system for ensuring that products are consistently produced and controlled according to quality standards. It is designed to minimize the risks involved in any pharmaceutical production that cannot be eliminated through testing the final product.

Third-party testing that tests representative samples of a product and determines that the product meets specific, defined requirements. These requirements are often based on UL’s published and nationally recognized Standards for Safety.

Genetically Modified Organisms or GMO, are plants, animals, microorganisms, and other ingredients that have been manipulated by scientists to assist in their production, preparation or use as a food. This creates combinations of plant, animal, bacterial and virus genes that do not occur in nature or through traditional crossbreeding methods. Scientists and consumer and environmental groups have cited many health and environmental risks with foods containing GMOs.

When a product is labeled as non-GMO it means that the genetic makeup of the plants and animals used in the product has not been altered for the purposes of food production. Non-GMO products do not rely on altering something at the genetic level to bring it to your store shelves.

Atrantil has gone through a rigorous verification program to eliminate the risk of GMO contamination, in order to become non-GMO Project verified. Atrantil gives you the the best assurance and peace of mind knowing that its ingredients are non-GMO.

Free of proteins that occur naturally in wheat, rye, barley and crossbreeds of these grains.

Free of ingredients which come from animals (including dairy products and eggs), animal byproducts and foods that involve animals in their processing methods.