Supplements

Which Supplements Should I Take?

With more supplements available than ever before it can be hard to work out which ones are worth taking and which are unnecessary.  Most people can and should get everything they need from a varied and bala...

Best Probiotic Supplements UK

The bacteria found in our gut is vital to our health. Everyone has their own unique microbiome, which is a mix of about 400 different types of bacteria. They inhabit the entire lining of your digestive system ...

Best Mushroom Supplements UK

Mushrooms have been an essential part of herbal remedies for centuries. Now, as further research is conducted, and we learn about their incredible properties, there are more available than ever before. How...

Best Natural Testosterone Booster UK

Once a man reaches the age of thirty, the testosterone produced by his body starts to reduce by about 1% per year. The NHS refers to the low level reached by some men in their forties and fifties as ‘the male ...
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Brain Feed’s Theanine Capsules Review

These capsules contain theanine that has been naturally isolated from green tea. Theanine is a fast-acting relaxant that can interact with your brain to produce higher concentrations of GABA which in turn rela...

The Best Nootropic Supplements UK

Have you ever found yourself walking into a room and just standing there having completely forgotten what you were looking for? For me, it was a common experience, so when I heard that nootropics might be able...

Best Zinc Supplement UK

Zinc is an essential nutrient that you can get from foods like meat, shellfish, dairy and eggs. It's vital to many systems in your body, helps you maintain good health and may enhance your ability to fight off...

Best Vitamin B12 Supplements UK

Vitamin B12 is an essential nutrient that you can get from foods like meat, fish, eggs and dairy products. The best way to get enough is to eat a varied and balanced diet; however, if you struggle to eat the r...

The Best Fibre Supplements UK

According to the NHS, the recommended daily fibre intake for adults should be 30g but most of us, on average, only ever reach 18g. Fibre is a vital part of a balanced diet and it has also been linked to lower ...