As we move through each season, our bodies require extra care to support our daily wellbeing. Hydration, a nutritious diet and plenty of sleep are just a few elements that keep us healthy, so it’s key that we ensure we have good balance for each of our individual needs.
From supporting our brain health, encouraging good digestion and bone health, supplements are an ideal addition to help with your specific requirements. For personalised nutrition, look no further: Solgar® is committed to creating tailored products by delivering quality in each bottle using only the finest raw materials -that’s why we are trusted by millions of consumers worldwide.
Here are products to help support your wellbeing for the entire body:
NEW Brain Works with Full Spectrum Curcumin & BacoMind®
The brain controls every function of the body, so it is important to keep it healthy through every stage of life. New Brain Works with Full Spectrum Curcumin & BacoMind® is designed for your mind and memory, and by carefully bringing together a combination of ingredients for clarity of mind, cognition and improved memory retention.
£39.99 / €42.99
Taking a supplement can help maintain levels of Vitamin A in the body. Poor vision could be a sign of low levels of Vitamin A as the retina requires it for night and daytime vision. Vitamin A contributes to normal vision, as well as other benefits including maintenance of skin and functioning of the immune system. A daily dose of Solgar Vitamin provides 100% of the Nutrient Reference Value.
Gf, kosher, vegan
RRP £11.75 / €13.60
Many of us aren’t able to get the amount of Vitamin D they need from the sun alone. Therefore, taking Vitamin D can help you get your fix of the “sunshine vitamin” in a form easiest to use by the body. Vitamin D is required to promote calcium absorption, which in turn helps to maintain healthy bones and teeth, as well as numerous other benefits such as supporting normal function of the immune system.
GF, vegetarian, Koshe
RRP £11.75 / €13.60
Magnesium contributes to normal energy-yielding metabolism and to a reduction of
tiredness and fatigue. Numerous studies have also shown magnesium’s ability to reduce blood pressure and regulate the heart, contributing to a reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases.1-4
Alongside this, Magnesium also helps the functioning of the nervous system as well as normal muscle function.
GF, Vegan, Kosher
RRP £11.50 / €13.30
Iron is needed to help make haemoglobin, a pigment in our red blood cells which helps carry oxygen around the body. Iron is important for everyone, however people often do not obtain sufficient amounts from their diet alone. New Koji Iron formula from Solgar is easy to absorb and provides a slower released form of iron which is gentle on the stomach, which helps to reduce everyday tiredness and fatigue – as well as supporting cognition and immune defences.
GF, Vegan, Kosher
RRP £13.99 / €14.50
After eating, the digestive process breaks down your food using enzymes, however if you lack a sufficient number of digestive enzymes your body cannot break food down completely. This means that even if you are eating a healthy and balanced diet, the nutrients might not be absorbed efficiently. Therefore getting some extra help from Solgar’s Digestive Enzymes can give your digestive system the support it needs so that you can get the necessary nutrients out of your food.
RRP £18.75 / €21.70
- Jee, S.H., et al. The effect of magnesium supplementation on blood pressure: a meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials. Am J Hypertens, 2002. 15(8): p. 691-6.
- Wu, G., et al. Potassium magnesium supplementation for four weeks improves small distal artery compliance and reduces blood pressure in patients with essential hypertension. Clin Exp Hypertens, 2006. 28(5): p. 489-97.
- Guerrero-Romero, F. and M. Rodriguez-Moran, The effect of lowering blood pressure by magnesium supplementation in diabetic hypertensive adults with low serum magnesium levels: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial. J Hum Hypertens, 2009. 23(4): p. 245-51.
- Lee, S., et al. Effects of oral magnesium supplementation on insulin sensitivity and blood pressure in normo-magnesemic nondiabetic overweight Korean adults. Nutr Metab Cardiovasc Dis, 2009. 19(11): p. 781-8.