Minerals

From calcium to copper and iron, and everything in between, this area of our blog delves deeper into the essential minerals our body needs to maintain optimum health and wellbeing.

Magnesium - the underestimated mineral

Magnesium – the underestimated mineral

Magnesium1 is one of seven macro minerals that needs to be consumed in levels of over 100mg a day. It ...
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What are Food State and Wholefood Nutrients?

What are Food State and Wholefood Nutrients?

Since conception in 1990, Cytoplan’s philosophy has been that nutrients are best delivered to the body “in the same form as ...
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Updated immune support advice from our Nutritional Therapists

Updated immune support advice from our Nutritional Therapists

We are still living in unprecedented and worrying times, and consequently, factors that can support the proper functioning of the ...
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Long COVID

Long COVID – what is it and what can we do about it? (part one)

Now that we are a few months into the current pandemic, there is increasing awareness of the condition known as ...
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Nutrition for musculoskeletal health

The importance of nutrition for musculoskeletal health

Musculoskeletal health is a broad term which can encompass many different conditions that can affect the bones, joints, tendons, ligaments ...
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Selenium and Vitamin D – forms, functions and research

Selenium and Vitamin D – forms, functions and research

During this anxious and difficult time we are trying to keep you up to date with emerging research about useful ...
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Type 2 Diabetes and Associated Conditions

Type 2 Diabetes and Associated Conditions

According to Diabetes UK, around 200,000 people are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes every year and there are 3.5 million ...
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Navigating the seasons: Considerations for a seamless winter transition

Navigating the seasons: Considerations for a seamless winter transition

There is a lot to love about the colder months. It’s an excuse to add cinnamon, vanilla and cloves to ...
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