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Minerals are essential nutrients that are needed in small amounts to keep you healthy. Some, like zinc, are trace minerals, that we need in small amounts and some, like magnesium, are macro minerals because we need higher amounts.
Regular price $ 8.00 per month
Our Magnesium is chelated to support efficient absorption. Magnesium promotes heart and bone health and assists in sleep regulation. More about magnesium Magnesium is an essential nutrient required to maintain a healthy body. It is often thought that magnesium needs can easily be met through a daily multivitamin but typically they only contain 10 per cent of the magnesium required daily. Magnesium deficiency can lead to many health consequences due to its diverse roles in the body. It can impact energy, sleep, bone and nerve health, muscle recovery, cardiovascular support and muscle and brain function. What the studies say Research shows that 72 per cent of adults do not receive the recommended daily intake (RDI) for magnesium. Research supports claims that magnesium can support quality sleep. People who consume alcohol regularly are more likely to be deficient in magnesium.
Regular price $ 7.00 per month
Zinc is an essential mineral with many health benefits. Zinc is vital for a healthy immune system, correctly synthesising DNA, promoting healthy growth during childhood, and healing wounds. More about zinc Zinc is an essential mineral that plays an important role in the body, especially in supporting the immune system, cell division (growth) and men’s health. Zinc is required to produce digestive enzymes and even a mild deficiency can impair digestion. Zinc is traditionally used for many different skin conditions including acne and to support wound healing. What the studies say Those who drink excessive amounts of alcohol have also been shown to be deficient in zinc and may subsequently require supplementation. A study found that zinc can support male testosterone levels. Our Zinc comes in the chelated form for better absorption and is both vegan and vegetarian friendly.
Regular price $ 8.00 per month
Our Whole Food Essentials Iron provides 100 per cent of the Recommended Daily Intake (RDI) of iron along with supporting C and B vitamins, which can help increase iron absorption. More about Iron Iron is an essential mineral required by the body to make healthy red blood cells which carry oxygen around the body. You can get iron from both meat and plant sources however plant sources are not very well absorbed by the body. A diet lacking in or containing no meats or other animal foods will likely lead to low iron stores in the body and require supplementation. The Whole Food based iron is bound to a whole food rice protein, which can be easier on the gastrointestinal tract, better absorbed and be better utilized throughout the body. The rice bran supports healthy cholesterol levels for individuals already within the normal range, while the bioflavonoids can help to strengthen blood vessels and support blood flow. Additional fruit and vegetable blend, including organic spinach powder, as well as kale and tomato powder, provides additional iron and Vitamin C to aid in increased iron absorption. What the studies say Vegans are more at risk of iron deficiency as meat products are the highest source of iron. Iron deficiency is dangerous and is easily diagnosed by a simple blood test. Getting too much iron (iron overload) can be dangerous, so it is advised that you speak to your doctor before using iron supplements.
Regular price $ 12.00 per month
Our Calcium Plus combines calcium citrate with vitamin D3 to support healthy bones. More about calcium Calcium is essential for strong bones and teeth. Calcium citrate has been found to be the most efficiently absorbed form of calcium available and to aid absorption our product is mixed with vitamin D3. As we age, our bones become more susceptible to damage as bone building cells, known as osteoblasts, diminish while the cells responsible for bone destruction continue to thrive. With proper calcium intake, potential damage can be offset. What the studies say Research shows caffeine can interfere with calcium absorption. Those with high caffeine consumption should consider supplementing calcium intake. Alcohol can also deplete calcium levels. Studies confirm that adequate calcium intake supports bone health.