Phytaphix feature in Think Business article: '10 innovative Louth businesses to watch'


We at Phytaphix are delighted to featured in recent article '10 innovative Louth businesses to watch'.


Our wee feature states:


Phytaphix are one of the 10 exciting and dynamic businesses from Louth that have carved a promising future for themselves through innovation and determination.



Dr Conor Kerley was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis at the age of 16. This diagnosis inspired him to change his lifestyle and then study dietetics and nutrition at Trinity College. Subsequently, Kerley earned his clinical doctorate with the School of Medicine and Medical Sciences at University College, Dublin.


Then Kerley was head hunted to a job in Washington DC. During this time he was presenting his research in Australia, Dr Kerley developed the idea to “use his research and expertise to formulate nutrition products to help millions of people around the world” and founded 100% Irish nutrition product company, Phytaphix.


Having worked with the Louth Local Enterprise Office, and programs such as the New Frontiers, Dr Kerley formulated Immune Phix which according to their website “contains specific and crucial vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients in specific amounts based on published human research and known to help maintain immune health.”


After winning the World Food Innovation Award in 2021, Kerley then launched a second product, COVMPAQ which is a high strength, inflammation, immune, energy, psychological, nerve and muscle support formula.


Both these products are plant based, vegan friendly, gluten free and low in carbohydrates and sugar.


Thanks to Barry Walsh and John Kennedy of for the feature!


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