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  • IRON 14mg 50 Tablets

    £6.99

    Iron contributes to normal formation of red blood cells and haemoglobin. 2 Iron contributes to normal oxygen transport in the body. 3 Iron contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue.

  • Natural Vitamin E 1000iu (670mg) Capsules

    £8.99 £7.99

    Vitamin E contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. It is particularly important for the protection of cell membranes as well as maintaining healthy skin, heart and circulation, nerves muscle and blood cells. It is an important antioxidant, protecting cells against the harmful oxidation caused by free radical attack.

  • Omega 3 Fish Oil capsules

    £4.99

    There are two fatty acids, which are essential in the diet of humans, in the same way that some vitamins and minerals like magnesium and iron are essential. The body cannot survive without these essential fatty acids (EFAs) as it can’t make them from other fats or food sources. These 2 EFAs are linolenic acid (at the head of the Omega 6 family) and alpha-linolenic acid (at the head of the Omega 3 family). Both of these fatty acids are converted in the body to produce other “long chain” fatty acids, for example the Omega 3 alpha-linolenic acid produces eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docasahexaenoic acid (DHA) amongst others.

    The Omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA in particular have been shown to be essential for a range of functions related to the brain, eyes, cardiovascular system, inflammatory response and the skin amongst others. In the past eight years or so, research has shown benefits of supplementation with these fatty acids in children – leading to improvements in reading skills, concentration, balance and movement, learning and behaviour.

  • Omega 3 Strawberry Flavoured Liquid

    £9.99

    There are two fatty acids, which are essential in the diet of humans, in the same way that some vitamins and minerals like magnesium and iron are essential. The body cannot survive without these essential fatty acids (EFAs) as it can’t make them from other fats or food sources. These 2 EFAs are linoleic acid (at the head of the Omega 6 family) and alpha-linoleic acid (at the head of the Omega 3 family). Both of these fatty acids are converted in the body to produce other “long chain” fatty acids, for example the Omega 3 alpha-linoleic acid produces eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docasahexaenoic acid (DHA) amongst others. The Omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA in particular have been shown to be essential for a range of functions related to the brain, eyes, cardiovascular system, inflammatory response and the skin amongst others. In the past eight years or so, research has shown benefits of supplementation with these fatty acids in children leading to improvements in reading skills, concentration, balance and movement, learning and behaviour.

    Benefits: Ideal for children

  • Vitamin B1 100mg Tablet

    £5.99

    Vitamin B1 also known as thiamin, contributes to normal energy yielding metabolism and normal function of the heart and nervous systems. Anecdotal evidence suggests taking vitamin B1 helps protect against mosquito bites.