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Coyne Healthcare was founded in 2013 in Cape Town, South Africa. Through collaborations with world-leading experts, we are able to deliver and make accessible the very best the world has to offer in nutraceuticals and supplementation. Our products are trusted by medical professionals looking to improve the lives of their patients.

We are in the business of health. This entails more than just taking a supplement and goes way beyond the delivery of our products to market.  We educate, support, uplift, enrich and we care. For us, it doesn’t get any better than this. This is our life work and our passion!




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Origine8® | Presented by Vanessa De Ascencao & Dr Paulo de Valdoleiros

Origine8® | Presented by Vanessa De Ascencao & Dr Paulo de Valdoleiros

US dieticians have placed green tea among the top 10 superfood trends for 2017, just months after South African scientists announced they had developed arguably the world’s most potent and effective green tea extract.
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Coyne Healthcare at the Healthista event in London

Coyne Healthcare at the Healthista event in London

Supplementing with the energy producing enzyme CoQ10 and selenium may cut the risk of death from heart disease – which claims about 76 000 South African lives a year — by half, a study has found.   The 10-year study by Sweden’s Linköping University of 443 healthy adults between 70 and 88 supplementing with CoQ10 
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Origine 8 Voted in top 3 at European Health Awards

Origine 8 Voted in top 3 at European Health Awards

US dieticians have placed green tea among the top 10 superfood trends for 2017, just months after South African scientists announced they had developed arguably the world’s most potent and effective green tea extract.   A survey of 1 700 US dieticians on food trends in 2017 showed that seeds, avocado and nuts are still […]
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