Supplements And Vitamins

We are trialing a series of  articles on supplements and vitamins used in the health and wellness industry. We have knowledge about various ingredients found in health shops and offer the opportunity to purchase them through our affiliate network which is either through Amazon or other related partners.

We would welcome feedback on the structure of this site and the products available for use.  Click on the word links to be taken straight to each product category. This page contains links to our affiliate marketing partner. Please read our affiliate disclosure.


Amino acids are commonly described as the building blocks of protein. A number of essential types are needed in times of supplementation.

Arginine – an individual amino-acid supplement widely used by body builders and sports people.

BCAAs – We review some of the science surrounding supplementation with BCAAs and we discuss the benefits for the serious athlete or fitness enthusiast. Read about how the branched amino-acids benefit sports people such as basketball players for example.


Colds And Coughs



Digestive Health

Fennel Seeds

Inflammation, Fever & Headache


Natural Stimulants

Guarana – a supplement for mental alertness and improving cognition. 

Sexual Health & Wellness

Vitex agnus-castus (Chaste tree or Monk’s Pepper).

Sleep & Insomnia




Coconut Oil – review of the benefits and purchase of leading brands.

Personal Care

Sports Nutrition Brands

Supplements and vitamins are a key part of any sports nutrition branding because you cannot maintain the intensity of an athlete if you do not have enough of the right nutrients to support muscle growth, overcome fatigue or get the best performance from your body.  




Evlution Nutrition

JYM Supplement Science

Kaged Muscle



Optimum Nutrition

Optimum Nutrition are one of the USA’s leading supplement producers. Their 100% Gold Standard Protein is the most popular supplement globally. High quality and worth investigating for your sports needs.


RSP Nutrition


Vitamin A (retinol)

Vitamin B1 (thiamine)

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)

Vitamin B7 (biotin)

Vitamin B12 (cobalamin)

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid).. a powerful antioxidant and required for maintaining structural elements of tissues and organs.

Vitamin D

Vitamin E

Vitamin K….. an essential vitamin for blood clotting so that wounds heal properly. May also have some benefit in bone formation.

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1 Comment

  1. There are so many more suppliers you could have on this page. I have been writing articles for magazines on supplements for awhile now and I see really good things about this website but it should do more in this area. The nutrition pages are very good and a bit sciency for my liking but let’s see more links to some really good suppliers and pages as well.

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