Welcome to our trusted Nutrition Ingredients Glossary. This glossary serves as your ultimate guide to deciphering the unique blend of vitamins, minerals, nutrients and botanical extracts that make our supplements stand out.
Apple Cider Vinegar
A sour liquid made from fermenting apples that has been shown to help support natural weight management and heart health, as well as aiding your digestive system.
A vital herb in Ayurveda, a traditional alternative medicine based on Indian principles of natural healing. Ashwagandha has been used for millennia to help reduce stress, boost energy levels and enhance concentration.
Gut-friendly bacteria that are activated in your digestive system, which makes them perfect for supplements. They are the same good bacteria that are found in many fermented foods including sauerkraut, kimchi, and yoghurt.
A naturally occurring compound found in meat and fish, that has been extensively researched for its ability to enhance strength, increase muscle mass, improve exercise performance, and support neurological health.
Contains a high concentration of gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), an essential fatty acid that is believed to have anti-inflammatory properties and may help reduce inflammation, support skin health, and relieve some symptoms onf PMS, menopause and perimenopause.
A highly bioavailable form of folate, a B vitamin that supports multiple functions within the body and is particularly associated with pregnancy where it increases maternal folate status. Low maternal folate status is a risk factor in the development of neural tube defects in the developing foetus.
Also known as Hericium Erinaceus, they have been traditionally used in herbal medicine for centuries, thought to support cognitive function, memory and anxiety, and may reduce inflammation and help immune function.
Strengthens and encourages the growth of thick, healthy hair by increasing the moisture content in the hair follicle. Pantothenic Acid also contributes to normal mental capacity whilst reducing tiredness and fatigue.
Vitamin A helps to stimulate the production of collagen and supports the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and the general well-being of our skin. Additionally, Vitamin A is vital in the healthy functioning of the eyes.
An effective anti-oxidant, Vitamin C is beneficial throughout the body for general well-being, vitality and support against oxidative stress. It also supports the body's natural ability to form collagen and helps maintain our skin, bones and cartilage.