The AIA Vitality programme is based on evidence-based science and aligns to local government authorities or reputable organisations, such as the World Health Organisation.
The programme does not endorse or recommend any particular treatment and is geared towards changing behaviour e.g. eating healthy food and exercising.
Regarding the use of supplements/vitamins, the programme promotes a healthy, balanced diet, choosing from a wide variety of nutrient-rich foods and is based on international best practice guidelines. Dietary supplements should not replace a healthy, balanced diet. They cannot compensate for poor lifestyle practices, such as inactivity, smoking, stress and poor dietary practices that, if continued over time, will increase one’s risk for disease. Therefore, they are not included in the programme.