Vitamin C Tablets
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Vitamin C Tablets
Origins of Vitamin C The history behind Vitamin C is one of the more well-known stories of all the vitamins. A diet lacking in Vitamin C can lead to scurvy, a deficiency disease that causes swollen and bleeding gums. Scurvy...
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Biotin Tablets
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Biotin Tablets
What is Biotin? Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin, once called coenzyme R and vitamin H - the H stood for Haar und Haut, meaning 'hair and skin' in German. Today it is more commonly known as Vitamin B7. Although Biotin...
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Sea Kelp Tablets
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Sea Kelp Tablets
 Origins of Sea Kelp There are numerous types of seaweed, broken down into three groups - red, brown and green. The colour represents the amount of light absorbed in the seaweed via photosynthesis, representing how close to the surface the...
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Vitamin A Tablets
Origins of Vitamin A Although Vitamin A was a prominent topic of research in the early 1900s, Vitamin A (or retinol) was first discovered in 1912 by Gowland Hopkins - a man who had previously identified and isolated the amino...
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Selenium Tablets
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Selenium Tablets
What is Selenium? Selenium is a mineral that is found in soil, naturally occurring in water and some food as a result. The mineral occurs in two forms: organic and inorganic. Organic Selenium includes two main types; selenomethionine or selenocysteine,...
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Zinc Picolinate Tablets
What is Zinc Picolinate? Zinc is a trace mineral found in almost every cell of the body. The mineral is essential for human life as it forms the active site of over 20 enzymes. The average human body maintains 2.5g...
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Skin, Hair and Nails Tablets
 Our Skin, Hair and Nails tablets include a formulation of Grape Seed extract, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Biotin and Selenium. Grape Seed extract Our Grape Seed extract is sourced from the Vitis vinifera, more colloquially known as the...
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Iodine Tablets
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Iodine Tablets
What is Iodine? Iodine was discovered in 1811 by a French scientist. Bernard Courtois came across the purple substance while trying to extract other materials from seaweed, hence the name which derives from the Greek term for violet, iodes. Our...
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Zinc Tablets
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Zinc Tablets
Origins of Zinc Zinc ores were used to make brass many centuries before the substance was recognised as a distinct element, let alone a dietary component. Although Zinc was used in the Copper production process as early as 1400 BC,...
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Grape Seed Extract Tablets
Origins of Grape Seed The Grape is produced by a climbing plant known as Vitis vinifera in botanical terms. Vitis vinifera is a woody plant that produces tendrils reaching to 18m. The plant requires partial shade or full sun to...
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Aloe Vera Tablets
Origins of Aloe Vera The Aloe Vera plant is popular in many botanical gardens, with increasing prevalence within the domestic household. The first written report that includes this plant originates from 6,000 years ago in Egypt. The plant was regarded...
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Copper Tablets
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Copper Tablets
What is Copper? Copper exists in the body in two forms: cuprous (Cu+) and cupric (Cu2+). One reason why this trace mineral is essential is because the shift between the two forms of copper is really accessible. To interchange between...
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Vitamin B2 Tablets
What is Vitamin B2? Vitamin B2, otherwise known as riboflavin, is a water-soluble vitamin that can be lost through cooking with liquid. The vitamin is also susceptible to UV light damage, so foods containing high concentrations of Vitamin B2 should...
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Vitamin C Powder
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Vitamin C Powder
Origins of Vitamin C Vitamin C, or Ascorbic Acid, is a water-soluble vitamin. Most people are aware that Vitamin C naturally occurs in oranges and orange juice, however, the vitamin is also found in peppers, strawberries and blackcurrants, broccoli, and...
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Vitamin B3 Tablets
  Origins of Vitamin B3 After many years of scientific experiments, Vitamin B3 was given its name by Conrad Arnold Elvehjem in 1937 after its structure was discovered. It was initially used in 1867 for photographic use before Elvehjem realised...
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Calcium Tablets
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Calcium Tablets
What is Calcium? Calcium was discovered in the 17th Century by Humphry Davy, a man who also isolated Sodium, Barium, Magnesium, Strontium, Boron and Potassium. Calcium is the fifth most abundant metal within the Earth’s crust, contributing to 4.1% of...
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Zinc Sulphate 30mg
Origins of ZincZinc ores were used to make brass many centuries before the substance was recognised as a distinct element, let alone a dietary component. Although Zinc was used in the Copper production process as early as 1400 BC, a...
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