Intelligent Labs is a supplement company which launched in 2014. It has headquarters in Brighton (UK), Sarasota (Florida) and Central (Hong Kong).
Founders, Andy Mobbs and Rus Hughes, started the company to provide “the highest quality supplements available anywhere in the world”.
On the Intelligent Labs website, Mobbs says he wanted products that “would help [him] perform at [his] best both mentally and physically”. Unable to find such quality elsewhere, the founders sought to make products free from sugar, artificial sweeteners, “artificially created fish oils”, fructose, or inaccurate dosage information.
Mobbs has a bachelor’s degree in Sports Science and Physiology – and he says he was determined his new company would be “focused on the very latest research in biochemistry, physiology and nutrition”. Meanwhile, Hughes had just been diagnosed with type II diabetes – and he wanted products that would address his own nutritional needs, as well as those of Intelligent Labs’ customers.
With all of this in mind, the company only sells “essential supplements that can make “a significant difference to our health and performance” – and that would otherwise be hard to get in our diets. Fast forward to today and Hughes says he is now “medication free” – apparently due to the nutritional benefits of his company’s products.
All Intelligent Labs products are free from gluten and genetically-modified organisms (GMO). What’s more, all facilities are FDA-registered and comply with strict current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) to ensure all products are of the highest quality. The company says it will provide copies of all certificates upon request.
The brand’s product range includes probiotics for both kids and adults, as well as phosphatidylserine and glucosamine to help users ‘rebuild’. It also offers products to help improve mood/sleep and enhance “vitality”.
Intelligent Labs has featured on the TV networks CNN, ABC, CBS, and Fox, as well as in the Star Tribune newspaper.