LIFEGAIN® is a perfect ALL-IN-ONE* Advanced Nutritional Supplement for individuals and families with fast paced lifestyles who want to make sure that they are getting all the nutrition they need to stay healthy and GAIN the most out of life every day.

There are times that our bodies simply need more than the usual nutritional assistance required to support our physical and emotional wellbeing. this may be due to age, Illness, surgery or injury as well as other high-impact factors related to these conditions which can be result in rapid depletion of your body’s key nutrients.

Lifegain is an advanced nutritional supplement containing essential nutrients that can
provide support to those who are:

Managing the effects of age

Managing illness

Recovering from surgery, injury or hospitalisation

– Larry, 63

– Khosi, 33

– Shirley, 54

Lifegain® contains *high levels of key nutrients which can contribute to assist in, maintaining your body’s normal physical and emotional functions to help you gain the advantage.


Lifegain® is an advanced supplement, with GMO free soy protein source, and can provide individuals with additional proteins, amino acids, fatty acids as well as vitamins and minerals.

*Suitable for people with diabetes
without impaired renal function

Amongst many nutrients Lifegain® is*:
  • High in protein
  • High in energy
  • High in iron
  • High in zinc
  • High in vitamins A, B2 & B6
  • High in fibre as packed
  • Very high in omega-3 fatty acids
  • Very high in vitamin B1

Lifegain® contains no added sugar and is cholesterol, trans-fatty acids, gluten and lactose free

Nutrition & the role of nutritional supplements

In this modern day and age, maintaining a healthy balanced diet may seem to be an unattainable goal for many people.  Modern day pressures, such as lack of time for proper meal planning and preparation result in reliance on unhealthy foods for quick energy. As a result, people struggle with weight gain, frequent illness and increase their risk for potentially life-threatening diseases such as diabetes. Sugar laden foods and drinks result in poor performance, lethargy and a lack of concentration. Nutritional supplements can provide invaluable assistance with this modern-day problem.

Although a balanced diet should cater for the average vitamin and mineral requirements, some people need to supplement their diets. People who are managing the effects of age, illness, recovering from surgery or injury all need higher than normal amounts of micronutrients and macronutrients (energy and protein).

An intense or long bout of illness can quickly deplete some or all essential nutrients in the body of the patient. The loss of nutrients during the course of an illness can be restored by the use of supplements during the period of recovery and convalescence. Nutritional supplements can speed up the rate of recovery, though they cannot be used as a replacement for the inclusion of wholesome foods, or in lieu of adequate rest.

A good vitamin and mineral supplement can ensure that vitamins and minerals required by the body are present in adequate amounts during the convalescence process. In addition to supplementation, the diet of the patient must also include additional amounts of Vitamin C and the essential mineral Zinc for additional support during the recovery process.

Identify the high impact factors and conditions in your life

Depending on what condition you are managing or recovering from, you may be impacted by one or more of the following high impact factors:

Managing illness

Severe illnesses that last for a very long period of time and cannot be cured completely can:
– Disrupt quality of life.
– Create intense emotional distress for both the patient and close family members.
– Mood changes can be a complication in patients with long term illnesses.
– Medications may have negative side effects.
– A weak immune system may result in further complications.

Managing the effects of age

A sedentary lifestyle can result in:
– Loss of lean muscle mass and strength.

Requirements for protein, vitamins and minerals actually increase and therefore obtaining sufficient nutrition becomes challenging due to:
– Decreased appetite.
– Lack of energy or motivation to prepare meals.
– Decline in the pleasantness of the taste and smell of foods.
– Decreased eating.
– A negative calcium balance can cause loss of bone mass.

Recovering from surgery, injury or hospitalisation

Prolonged inactivity can result in:
– Loss of lean body mass.
– Reduction in the building of muscle protein.
– A longer recovery period.
– Patients who come out of hospital are often surprised by how weak they feel and need assistance with basic life activities.
– Patients may not be able to eat well.

Injuries often require periods of inactivity or bed rest which can result in:
– Loss of lean body mass.
– Reduction in the building of muscle protein.
– A longer recovery period.

It is recommended that you manage your nutrition together with the advice of your doctor or healthcare professional.