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Inulin - The New Dietary Fibre

Inulin has been around for centuries of years but few know about its existence, let alone its benefits as a dietary fibre. This soluble fibre can be obtained naturally through plant-based sources, such as the roots of the chicory plant, and helps to relieve symptoms of constipation. Read on to discover how Inulin could benefit you in the long and short run, enhancing your general health and targeting specific areas of interest. 

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The Multivitamin Series - Women Under 50 Years

Adequate nutrition is key to many things in life, such as a healthy immune system, regulated hormonal levels and fresh-looking skin and hair. Women under 50 years of age experience many changes, particularly when pregnant or going through menstruation. Vitamins B5 and C, Iron, Folic Acid and Zinc are just five of the vitamins and minerals which are essential to the health and wellbeing of women. 

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The Multivitamin Series - Women Over 50 Years

How do we combat the effects of ageing? Good nutrition is just one method to reduce the unpleasant effects that come with age. The average age for women to go through menopause is around 51 years of age hence, when a woman reaches their 50th birthday, they may begin to see more rapid changes to their body, mind and general health. Vitamin B12, Vitamin D, Chromium and Selenium are just four examples of nutrients that are important to women's health, in addition to sage, a herbal ingredient that is believed to reduce the symptoms of menopause.

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The Multivitamin Series - Men Over 50 Years

Providing your body with optimal nutrition hugely benefits your health, both physically and mentally. As we age, food and nutrition may decrease in our personal scale of importance, falling behind mobility and socialising, for example. Nutrition is particularly important for men over the age of 50 as it keeps us healthy, prevents falls and provides energy. In addition to the necessary vitamins and minerals, herbal ingredients can also benefit our health, such as Ginseng and Maca extract. 

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The Multivitamin Series - 5 - 10 Year Olds

Many young children still depend on others to provide them with food. It's important that young children receive adequate nutrition as this can affect their growth, both physically and mentally, as children aged 5 - 10 years go through lots of change. Their speech and social interaction skills improve every day, enhanced by good nutrition. This includes a range of vitamins and minerals, such as Vitamins A, B, C, D, E and K, and Iron, Magnesium, Manganese and Selenium amongst many others. 

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The Science Behind Thermogenics and Fat Loss

Looking to lose that last bit of weight or thinking about a lifestyle change to shift the number on the scale? Thermogenic supplements (or fat burners) are one way to help reduce excess weight. Thermogenics work by enhancing thermogenesis, the process by which the body produces more heat and burns more calories. Capsicum, Green Tea and Caffeine are three natural ingredients that are known for their weight loss-inducing properties. Vitamin B6 is also essential for the metabolism of glycogen and protein, enhancing fat oxidation to burn calories. 

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The Multivitamin Series - 11 - 18 Year Olds

Wondering how a 13 year old's nutrition varies to that of a 50 year old? Here, we give you the answers as to why a child or young adult requires specific nutrients. It's all fair and well knowing that children need Vitamin C and Calcium in their diets, but sometimes it's nice to have a bit more background. Children need a varied diet to grow and develop, both physically and cognitively. Just a few of these vitamins and minerals include Vitamin A, Vitamin B2 (Niacin), Vitamin C, Calcium, Iron, Folic Acid and Magensium. 

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Calcium, why is it important?

Many people associate calcium with our bones and teeth, and rightly so! We need calcium for many different functions, including bone strength, cell division and energy production. People commonly link calcium with milk, cheese and other dairy products. However, many don't realise the full benefits of the mineral. Read on to discover more about this macromineral. 

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OV Success Stories - Amber's story

If you would like to take part in our OV Success Story Campaign and have a story related to your health and our supplements then please get in contact because we want to hear it all!

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OV Success Stories - Tania's story

If you would like to take part in our OV Success Story Campaign and have a story related to your health and our supplements then please get in contact because we want to hear it all!

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Caffeine, What are the Benefits?

Caffeine is well-known for its effects on memory and concentration enhancement, and physical performance improvement. It promotes both mental and physical alertness by acting antagonistically on adenosine receptors. This further affects the dopaminergic system. Caffeine regulates dopamine concentrations especially in brain parts responsible for attention. This is how caffeine increases vigilance, attention and reduce fatigue.

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