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OUR INGREDIENTS

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ROSEHIP

Rosehips are rich in antioxidants, particularly vitamin C, lycopene and beta-carotene. They are the small orange fruits that develop from the blossoms of the wild rose plant. Rosehips have been used in natural medicine for 100’s, to reduce inflammation and to support the immune system and skin health. 

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COLLAGEN

Collagen is the one of the most abundant proteins in the human body. Collagen has many important functions, including supporting the structure of your skin, hair, nails, bones and connective tissues. 

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VITAMIN E

Vitamin E protects cells from free radical damage, and is important for the maintenance of healthy skin. Vitamin E performs an anti-inflammatory role in the body, and has also been associated with a protective effect against age related eye disease and cognitive decline. 

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GREEN TEA EXTRACT

Green tea extract is made from the leaves of Camellia sinensis; tea.  

Green tea can enhance cognitive functions, particularly the working memory. These effects can be attributed to the naturally occurring polyphenol antioxidants in green tea, which have also been linked to improved carbohydrate metabolism and reduced inflammation.

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VITAMIN C

Vitamin C is a natural antioxidant which can be found in a variety of fruits and vegetables. It boasts a long list of essential roles in the body including supporting collagen synthesis, iron absorption and it’s essential for immune system function.

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VITAMIN D

Often called the ‘sunshine vitamin’, most of the vitamin D in our bodies is produced by our skin in response to sunlight. Food sources are also important.  Vitamin D is naturally found in eggs, seafood and dairy products, plus some fortified foods. Vitamin D is important for immune system function, developing strong bones and teeth, as well as for healthy hormone regulation.

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IRON

Iron helps to transport oxygen around the body, and deficiency can cause fatigue. While your body can store iron, it can’t make it. Our iron requirements may vary due to age, dietary intake and other factors.

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VITAMIN B12

Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin; it’s required to make red blood cells, nerves, and even our DNA. Vitamin B12 is found in protein foods, and can be lacking in plant-based diets.

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CREATINE

Creatine is an amino acid that’s found naturally in muscles. Supplementing with creatine may help your muscles produce more energy during exercise, and may assist in post exercise recovery.

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B VITAMINS

B vitamins are required for energy metabolism, nervous system health and the synthesis of new cells and DNA. The body has a limited store of B vitamins, so it’s important to consume B vitamin foods such as wholegrains and vegetables on a regular basis.

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VITAMIN A

Vitamin A is essential for healthy skin, immune system function and eyesight.

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ZINC

Zinc plays a critical role in many cellular processes. It helps the body fight off infection, such as the common cold, and can assist with wound healing. Zinc is also crucial for the enzymes that are needed for our sense of taste and smell.

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