We recommend an all-round multivitamin and mineral formula is taken daily, as a foundation, to bridge the nutrition gap. The nutrition gap describes the difference between the levels of nutrients the average person – eating a reasonable Western diet – is obtaining from food, and the levels of nutrients identified by research as being needed for optimal health. Read our blogs for more on this topic.

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Obtaining optimal health on a budget

As we enter a cost-of-living crisis, we are all feeling extra pressure in our pockets with difficult choices to be ...
Nutrient requirements through the ages

Nutrient requirements through the ages

Our nutritional requirements can vary from one life stage to the next and can alter according to specific reasons such ...
nutrition gap

The nutrition gap  

The first call on nutrients by our body is for immediate and acute needs – those needed for short-term survival ...
Bridging the gap

Bridging the nutrition gap with a multivitamin and mineral

Investigations carried out by Dr Paul Clayton identified the difference between the nutrients that the average population obtains from food ...
Protein powders – a useful supplement to everyday diets

Protein powders – a useful supplement to everyday diets

There are many different types, shapes and sizes of protein powders. They can be a useful supplement to a balanced ...