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Oxford Vitality is based in Oxfordshire, UK. We are an established health company dedicated to providing good quality dietary supplements at reasonable prices. We believe in offering customers a quality product without false claims and fancy packaging.

Customer service, support and satisfaction are also really important to us. Please buy in confidence and contact us with any enquiry you may have, we are always more than happy to try to assist you.

Our qualified Nutritionists are here to help with all your customer service enquiries between the hours of 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday. Please feel free to contact us out of hours and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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Marvellous Manganese , Antioxidant, Epilepsy and Bone Health

Manganese is a trace mineral that is present in tiny amounts in human body. It is found mostly in bones, liver, kidneys and pancreas.It has many roles in the body; it helps in formation of connective tissue, bones, and sex hormones. It is necessary for normal brain and nerve function. Also, it plays a role in fat and carbohydrate metabolism, calcium absorption, and blood glucose regulation.

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Bioactive Compounds Series, Phytoestrogens

The word Phytoestrogen comes from the Greek ‘Phyton’, meaning ‘Plant’. The second part of the word, oestrogen, refers to the hormone by the same name, which is one of two ‘sex hormones’ which women produce, the other being progesterone. Oestrogen is the hormone which is responsible for sexual and reproductive development in women. Men also produce oestrogen but in much smaller amounts.

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The Superfood Spirulina

Spirulina platensis, a blue green micro alga that took its name by its spiral filament-like appearance. It grows naturally in subtropical and tropical lakes which are characterized by high salt concentrations. Spirulina is incredibly nutritious and often categorised as a 'Superfood'.

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Bioactive Compounds Series | Anthocyanins, What's the deal?

Anthocyanins are part of the greater than 6000 compounds of the flavonoid group of polyphenols phytochemicals that are predominantly found in honey, tea, wines, vegetables, fruits, nuts, cocoa, olive oil and cereals. Apart from anthocyanins, the other major flavonoids are flavones, flavanols, flavanones, isoflavones, and flavan-3-ols.

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