| Recent studies on the nutritional supplements reveal that around 80 percent of the global population are deficient in nutrients, minerals, vitamins, proteins and enzymes. The studies also indicated that our daily food intake does not constitute commensurable amount of needed vitamins, proteins, minerals and enzymes that our organism requires. Whole food supplements are the nutritional foods that provide excellent health benefits than isolated vitamins and minerals. These supplements can be consumed in form of tablet, powder and liquid with the basic purpose of fulfilling the nutritional gap. Alpha lipoic acid, lutein, grape seed extract, alfalfa, acerola cherry, broccoli, kelp, wild pansy, quinoa, and spirulina are some of the well-known ingredients of whole food supplements. The whole supplements are also known by the name of rebuilding tools because they perform multitude of functions like healing and repairing human organs, glands and systems at the time of recovery period from any disease.