Here is a list of supplements I personally use and recommend.
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Glycaemic Complex – a combination of nutrients and herbs to support blood sugar balance.
Magnesium Malate – an absorbable form of Magnesium with 116mg/dose of 3 tablets. Magnesium lowers the risk of diabetes.
Optibac Probiotics – For your child’s health – Bifidobacterium infantis and Bifidobacterium bifidum; cultures of friendly bacteria found in healthy infants and children.
Children’s Multi Powder – comprehensive vitamin and mineral formula for children in a pleasant tasting, easy to use powder form. Mix with water.
Children’s BioMulsion® Vitamin D3 Liquid – a high potency vitamin D3 in a palatable, natural lemon flavoured liquid, emulsifed for optimal absorption. It provides 300iu per daily intake.
Jarrow Green Defense– powdered green food supplement to increase fibre and nutrients. This is particularly good for anyone with digestive or absorptive issues. I take this every day!
Organic Apple Cider Vinegar – Unfiltered and unpasteurised, naturally fermented Apple Cider Vinegar which contains pectin, trace minerals, friendly bacteria and enzymes.
Organic Super Blends – Alkaline Greens
Premtesse – a multivitamin and mineral supplement specifically for menstruating aged women who experience adverse premenstrual symptoms
Cranberry Complex – to maintain the health of the urinary tract. This is a low sugar cranberry product that works!
CandiBactin – a blend of essential oils and herbal extracts designed to support intestinal microbial balance. Reported results with this for persistent thrush as a result of gut candida or microbial imbalance
Cervagyn – a cream based product containing the lactic acid bacteria acidophilus and garlic to help to maintain vaginal freshness and support healthy vaginal flora.
* Usually when I recommend supplements it is based on a consultation and treatment protocol. While some supplements rarely cause issues, such as probiotics, it is wise to assess any dietary changes or supplements alongside a health professional. The supplements I recommend are however of a high standard with minimal binders and fillers.