With the vast array of supplements available, choosing the correct one can be a minefield.

Whilst our health should start with good nutrition, it’s not always easy to follow a healthy diet. Over farming can also hinder the nutrition content of food, which is why we can all benefit from a little nutrient boost.

Here are the 3 best supplements, which are truly worth investing in for optimal health.

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Vitamin C 500 by BioCare

Essentail for forming the structural components of skin, bones and blood vessels. Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant which can help to support the immune system. 

 

About the product

Vitamin C is water-soluble therefore is best taken in small doses throughout the day, making BioCare a perfect choice. This vitamin C is in a highly bioavailable form, meaning that the absorption and utilisation rate high, giving good value for money.

 

 

Probiotic Food Supplement by VSL#3

Probiotics are good gut bacteria, which can be taken in supplement form. Having optimal amounts of good bacteria is vital for immunity, mood, weight management and digestion. Unfortunately many of use have depleted gut bacteria due to antibiotic use, stress and alcohol. 

 

About the product

VSL#3 are the best probiotics on the market, being recommended by many gastroenterologists. The vast array of bacteria is acid and heat resistant so you can be sure the bacteria will reach your gut safe and sound.

 

 

Omega 3 Fish Oils by Eskimo-3

Omega 3 fats are essential for skin health, hormonal health, heart health and brain health – the brain is 60% fat after all. You can do without this supplement if you eat wild oily fish 2-3 times a week.

 

About the product

Eskimo fish oils go through a special purification process, which removes any toxins, leaving the oil clean and pure. It’s also free from any odour or aftertaste making it a most palatable choice.

 

 

Thank you, Lily x


Lily Soutter Bsc (Hons) Nutrition, Dip ION, mBANT, CNHC

Lily is a Nutritionist and weight loss expert providing one-to-one nutrition consultations for health optimisation. She has obtained a Food and Human Nutrition degree from Newcastle University and a Nutritional Therapy diploma from The Institute of Optimum Nutrition. Lily has an extensive knowledge of the science of food and health, which enables her to regularly write for The Daily Mail, The Independent, The Mirror, Women's Health, Marie Claire, Good Housekeeping and Cosmopolitan.

For one-to-one nutrition consultations:

07929 392166   lily@lilysoutternutrition.com

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