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The most versatile supplements to invest in now.
With so many supplements on the market, it can be difficult to know where to start. So, to help you get the most out of our Black Friday Sale, our Founder Rhian has curated a list of the 3 most versatile supplements that you can invest in now.
If you’ve ever been to a nutritionist or functional medicine specialist, liver support has probably been a part of your recommendations. The liver has a big job – it governs metabolism, detoxification, elimination and is also a key storage site for glycogen, vitamins and minerals, and as such, will also influence inflammation, energy, mood and hormone balance. Because so much of our metabolism is linked to the efficiency of the liver, adding in liver support can be a game changer. This formula has a lofty dose of Milk Thistle, Curcumin (Turmeric), and antioxidant powerhouse Alpha-Lipoic Acid, along with amino acids that support phase 1 and phase 2 detoxification pathways in the liver. Here are 5 ways you can use Deep Detox.
- To combat fatigue, inflammation and sluggish metabolism
- To support blood sugar balance
- To combat hangovers and support after periods of indulgence
- To support PMS related symptoms like bloating, sluggish bowel, acne, tender breasts and more
- To enhance digestion
Vitamin D3 is one of the most important nutrients to overall health, now and in the future. It’s also one of the most supported by the medical community, and all adults are recommended to take it throughout the Autumn and winter months. Here are 5 reasons why it’s so important.
- Essential for sex hormone balance
- Required for muscle strength and function
- Required for proper immune function
- Essential for metabolism and blood sugar control
- Essential to support conditions like eczema, PCOS, psoriasis, thyroid problems, endometriosis, anxiety and more
Omega 3 fats are involved in inflammation, hormone synthesis, and are integral to the structure and function of almost every cell in the body. In addition, they are a part of our cellular membranes, which means if we aren’t getting enough, the receptors in our cells will be compromised, which in turn affects function and metabolism. One of the most interesting uses for omega-3 fats is perhaps their role in mood; studies have shown that they’re important for mood, and low levels are associated with depression, anxiety, mood, attention disorders, hyperactivity and memory problems. It makes sense – about 60% of the brain is made of fat, most of which is omega-3. If that’s not enough to convince you, here are 5 more reasons to invest in Omegas.
- Crucial for hormone balance
- Supports skin; from complexion and hydration to inflammation and eczema
- Supports athletic performance – namely recovery and endurance
- Recommended during pregnancy and breastfeeding
- Potent anti-inflammatory
This article is for educational purposes only and the implementation of the theories and practices discussed is at the sole discretion of the individual. All advice given is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If you have any concerns about your health, you should speak with your physician.