Backed by SCIENCE. Unlike most supplements that provide isolated nutrients, We Drink LOVE provides a complex array of all food constituents, just as NATURE intended.

A better you, backed by science.

We Drink LOVE values “Food Synergy”, a concept that the non-random mixture of food constituents operates in concert for the life of the organism eaten and presumably for the life of the eater.

LOVE Super9 is especially rich in antioxidants. Multiple studies show that the consumption of ingredients in LOVE Super9 not only leads to a marked increase in the total antioxidant capacity of plasma such as superoxide dismutase [SOD], glutathione peroxidase [GSH-Px], glutathione reductase [GR], and catalase [CAT], inhibits DNA damage, and scavenges free radicals (2a,3a,11g,13s, 14s).

They also substantially improve a number of metabolic markers including the lipid profile, postprandial glucose levels, and attenuate exercise-induced muscle and skeletal damage (3a,5a,12g,13s,17m,18m, 19m).

Other studies show that the hero ingredients also promote fertility, improve immunity, and are retinoprotective and neuroprotective. (6g, 7g, 8g, 9g, 10g, 18m, 19m).



Proteins are essential macronutrients that contribute to structural and mechanical function, regulate processes in the cells and body, and provide energy if necessary. Proteins are composed of amino acids and come from food sources like meats, dairy foods, legumes, vegetables, and grains. The recommended protein intake is 0.8 to 1 gram per kilogram of body weight per day.

Fatty acids

Fatty acids are essential macronutrients that are the main source of stored energy in the body, contribute to cellular structure and function, regulate temperature, and protect body organs. FA come from food such as oils, meats, dairy, and plants and are consumed mostly in the form of triglycerides. At least 1.2% of the daily fat energy intake should consist of n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids (α-linolenic acid).


Vitamins are vital micronutrients that cannot be synthesized endogenously or in insufficient amounts, and the principal means by which we get vitamins is through food. Water-soluble vitamin B complex is vital for glucose metabolism, normal body growth and development, healthy skin, the proper function of nerves and the heart, and red blood cell formation, whereas vitamin C is needed for collagen growth, wound healing, bone formation, enhancing the immune system, absorption of iron, strengthening blood vessels, and acts as an antioxidant. Fat-soluble (A, D, E, K) play integral roles in vision, bone health, immune function, and coagulation.


Adequate supply of minerals is important for the optimal function of the immune system; this involves defense mechanisms against pathogens in addition to the long-term balance of pro- and anti-inflammatory regulation. Minerals are also cofactors for hundreds of enzymes involved in metabolism. Generally, a balanced diet can supply the required balance of minerals to help support the immune system.


Soluble fiber is one that is commonly found in fruits and beans and insoluble fiber is one that is found in whole-grain products and vegetables. Fiber is not digested by human body, but fermented by the human gut microbiota, producing beneficial microbial metabolites, such as short-chain fatty acids. Fiber is essential in improving glucose metabolism and helps in dealing with constipation.


Antioxidants such as carotenoids, flavonoids, alkaloids, phenolics, amino acids, phospholipids, tocopherols, ascorbic acid, and sterols are natural antioxidants found in foods. They play a major role in scavenging free radical and non-radical oxidants, and protect cells from oxidative stress and damage.


Cofactors can be considered “helper molecules” that assist in biochemical transformations. They are low-molecular weight compounds required for enzymic catalysis and are often derivatives of vitamins or ions in food.

How LOVE Super9 lowers inflammation

The Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII) is a scoring algorithm to classify individuals' diets according to their inflammatory potential. Higher DII scores indicated that the diet was more pro-inflammatory, and lower DII scores represented a more anti-inflammatory diet.

Based on the evaluation of over 450 studies, The DII reflects both a robust literature base and standardisation of individual intakes to global referent values (20).

There is an increasing number of studies on the association between DII scores and the prevalence of Metabolic Syndromes which correlates with chronic low level inflammation. (21)

- Anti-inflammatory elements include below which are major components of LOVE Super9; monounsaturated fatty acids, polyunsaturated fatty acids, n-3 fatty acids, n-6 fatty acids, fibre, vitamins A, D, E, C, and B6, β-carotene, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, folic acid, magnesium, selenium, zinc, flavan-3-ol, flavones, flavonols, flavonones, anthocyanidins, isoflavones, caffeine, etc.

- Pro-inflammatory elements include refined carbohydrates, protein, trans fat, cholesterol, and iron.

LOVE Super9 and the Dietary Inflammatory Index

LOVE Super9’s hero ingredients exhibit strong anti-inflammatory properties (4a, 18m, 19m). Let’s dive into learning about its ability to fight inflammation by the Dietary Inflammatory Index (DII).


Did you know that by simply adding 5 grams of natural fibre into your diet, you can strongly mitigate the effects of chronic inflammation? By ‘natural’ we mean intact fibre that consists of both soluble and insoluble fibre, just as nature provides. Whereas soluble fibre nourishes the microbiome, insoluble fibre prevents abrupt and unhealthy blood sugar spikes. Refined fibre such as FOS or Metamucil only provides half of what real fibre should provide.

LOVE Super9 provides 7 grams of both soluble and insoluble fibre.


Polyphenols are not just chemicals that protect the plant. They are also antioxidants that protect the cells from inflammation by fighting ROS (Reactive Oxygen Species) that glycates, oxidises, and ages cells which are the main cause of multiple diseases including cancer. A diet rich in polyphenols also protects your body from becoming unhealthily obese.

LOVE Super9 provides thousands of polyphenols, thereby, is also known as <The Antioxidant Meal>. Polyphenols found in LOVE Super9 includes but are not limited to : Flavonoids, phenols, anthocyanins, quercetins, zeaxanthins, lutein, beta carotene, glucosinolates, theobromine, resveratrols, lycopenes, I3C, DIM, etc.


Omega 3s are polyunsaturated fatty acids that are well known for its anti-inflammatory effect such as regulating the eicosanoid pathway or modulating the inflammatory gene’s expression.

LOVE Super9 provides 150% of n-3’s daily RDA


Another major factor that causes inflammation is stress. It is well known that chronic stress can disturb the balance of the autonomic nervous system, comprising the sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous system, which commands our body to constantly produce a stress hormone called ‘cortisol’. Because one of cortisol’s major job is to increase blood sugar, chronically elevated level of cortisol leads to chronically elevated increases blood glucose levels which is strongly associated with chronic inflammation. Magnesium not only is a mineral that activates over 7,000 enzymes, it also acts like a switch that turns off the sympathetic nervous system, therefore reducing the detrimental effects of stress. However it has become increasingly difficult to consume magnesium as the soil lacks this important mineral due to excessive use of herbicides and pesticides.

Grown from nutrient rich soil, LOVE Super9 provides 25% of magnesium’s daily RDA


Everybody knows vitamins are vital to life, and when it comes to decreasing inflammation, every single vitamin from A to K is vital.

And LOVE Super9 provides all kinds of vitamin known to human, starting from Vitamin A, B (1,2,3, choline, 6, inositol, folic acid, 12), C, D, E and K!

LOVE Super9 as a whole protein source

Consuming protein from wholefoods is also important in the sense that it can prevent over consumption of refined carbohydrates and calories, which are the main drivers of metabolic syndromes including obesity. (22)

As a whole protein source that contains all of the essential amino acids, LOVE Super9 can positively affect various human health issues, ranging from malnutrition to protecting the skeletal muscle from atrophy. (15s) LOVE Super9 provides 18 grams of plant based protein. Gram for gram, this is greater than many well-known protein sources such as fish.

Protein is not only obtained through the food we consume, but important branch chain amino acids such as leucine, isoleucine, and valine, and aromatic amino acids such as tyrosine and phenylalanine can be synthesised by a healthy gut microbiome. (23)

LOVE Super9 is a prebiotic that provides probiotics with their favourite food, fibre and antioxidants such as polyphenols, creating a favourable environment for protein synthesis.

No side effects

The other best part of LOVE Super9 is that you don’t have to worry about any side effects.

Scientific studies and research papers

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