Baseline Nutritionals Reviews

Baseline Nutritionals is a health and wellness company that says they create supplements using only the highest quality ingredients and the best quality formulations in the world. 

How Does Baseline Nutritionals Work?

The Baseline Nutritionals’ website spends a lot of time and energy speaking about their creator and head formulator, Jon Barron. The website says that Barron used to create supplement formulations just for his friends and family, but soon became so world renowned and famous that he was being sought out by nutritional companies all over the world. 

Barron didn’t trust these companies to stay true to the two most important aspects of his formulations, however, so instead of selling them to other companies to manufacture, he partnered with a manufacturer directly to create and sell his formulas, which all focus on the highest quality ingredients in the necessary high doses. 

The website says that Baseline Nutritionals is currently able to sell their products to thousands of customers in more than 40 different countries around the world, and though they focus on just a few areas of health and wellness, like digestive enzymes for digestive health maintenance, they promise that the few products they offer will be the best you will find available on the market.  


Ingredients and Side Effects

Since this company carries such a varied line of products, there is no real way to quote the specific ingredients for each product, as individual products will rely on different active ingredients in order to achieve different goals. 

When you do choose a product that you are interested in purchasing for yourself, the page dedicated to that product should provide you with information for Supplement Facts. This should provide customers with a full list of the ingredients in that individual product, though not always with the particular dosages of each ingredient.

Still, having a list allows customers to look up the ingredients and evaluate them for yourself to see whether or not you have any sensitivities or have experienced any side effects from the posted ingredients. 

Customers who are looking at available kits will need to look up the individual products on their own in order to locate their ingredient lists. 

Cost/Price Plans

This company does sell so many different products that there is not really an option to quote a single or static price range, especially if you take into account the various sales and promotions which may be offered through the year.

Refund Policy

The website says that customers are welcome to return any new, unopened products within 30 days of the date of delivery for a full refund. In order to successfully return their product for a refund, customers will need to first contact their Customer Service team for an RMA number and follow the return instructions they are provided. 

Customer Service Contact Info

Customers who would like to contact Customer Service with any questions, concerns, or complaints can do so by phone at 800-440-3120 or by email at [email protected]


First and foremost, when looking at reviews for this company or their products, customers would be best served to look up reviews for the specific supplement they are interested in before they purchase it, in order to have access to the most relevant information.

That being said, it is worthwhile to point out that this company puts a lot of time and effort explaining how famous and “world renowned” their creator Jon Barron is, but if you attempt to find any information about this man on your own, the only information you find is provided by the Baseline Nutritionals website.

“World renowned” scientists often have a little more exposure online than just that provided by their own company where they profit from the sale of products. 

Competitors and Alternatives?

There are many, many different online and brick-and-mortar stores which sell these kinds of nutritional supplements and other health products, including, GNC, Vitamin Shoppe, Puritan’s Pride, and many others.

If you have experience with Baseline Nutritionals or their products, please leave your reviews below.

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Baseline Nutritionals Customer Reviews

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Bad customer service
July 2, 2020
Customer service sucks and they do not care about customers. Ordered 3 bottles of Ever Young and the next morning not even 24 hours later they put it on sale 4 for price of 3. Refused to give me the 4th bottle. I told them I would return it all when it arrived. I will shop elsewhere. They lost a lot of money with me.

September 11, 2019
I decided to purchase the baseline nutritionals probiotics after extensive online research. It is difficult to find a formula with thermophilus which is very important. When one does find a formula with thermophilus it is usually very expensive. The baseline nutritionals probiotics is reasonably priced. I have taken it for a week now and I am experiencing positive results. More will be revealed...

Baseline Nutirtionals IS the Best!
July 16, 2019

As a Holistic Health Practitioner, an academic with five degrees, and one who has read the book, Lessons from the Miracle Doctors, I have to say that Baseline Nutritionals IS the best. Everything Jon Barron writes is well-documented with sources listed. We've read many of the same studies.

Even as a righteous know-it-all, I must confess that I've learned some things from him. I wanted to do a liver flush, but he lays out why you must first begin with the colon cleanse. Moi? But I poo like a cat, within thirty minutes after eating! But he taught me that there's more to a colon cleanse than when, how, and how much you poo. This might be considered a crass example, but it's appropriate here.

I'm just sad that I cannot take all his products, which clearly list all ingredients on the back side, BTW. I would dearly love to be taking his comprehensive proteolytic enzymes if only I were not on the "baby aspirin a day" protocol for a brain aneurysm. Which reminds me: I need to fill out my next order of the products I can take.