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There are currently restrictions on international shipping out of the UK. As a result our international shipping rates temporarily reflect our express premium service by air.

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Consistency is essential to achieve the best results when you're working on your wellbeing. Our subscription service guarantees you'll never run out of your prescriptions, and they will come to you with 20% savings.

You'll receive your first order in glass jars and, from the second one, receive them in refill packs - a sustainable choice, part of our commitment to sustainability.

Please note that all subscriptions have a minimum commitment of 2 months, and so we are only able to cancel after your second renewal has been placed.


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Valine - anatomē


Valine - anatomē


Valine is a type of branched chain amino acid that helps to stimulate the production of lean muscle mass from protein. There are 20 amino acids in total, and they’re all the building blocks of prot...

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Isoleucine - anatomē


Isoleucine is a type of amino acid, which are the building blocks of protein. There are 20 amino acids in total, and nine of them are considered ‘essential’ amino acids. This is because it’s essent...

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Leucine - anatomē


Leucine is an amino acid - there are 20 amino acids of which nine of them are ‘essential’. Leucine is an essential amino acid as the body cannot produce it itself, and it therefore must come from t...

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Molybdenum - anatomē


Molybdenum is a trace mineral that the body requires in very small amounts. We need molybdenum to both manufacture and activate the enzymes that are responsible for many of the biological reactions...

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Chromium - anatomē


Chromium is a trace mineral that we need to get from our diet in order to help the body release the energy from the food we eat. It does this by having an effect on how well insulin behaves in the ...

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Copper - anatomē


Copper is an essential mineral that we get from our diet and is responsible for the production of healthy red and white blood cells. It’s also essential for triggering the release of iron in order ...

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Selenium - anatomē


Selenium is required by the body to support the normal healthy functioning of the immune system and the thyroid glands. It’s also required for fertility and reproduction and plays a role in the pre...

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Manganese - anatomē


Manganese is a trace mineral that the body requires in small amounts to both manufacture and activate many of the enzymes that catalyse many of the biological reactions in the body, such as digesti...

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Zinc - anatomē


Zinc is a trace mineral that we require in small amounts each day in order to produce new cells and enzymes and for normal wound healing and blood clotting. We also require zinc for processing the ...

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Magnesium - anatomē


Magnesium is a major mineral responsible for over 600 biochemical reactions in the body. A hugely important part of our diets for general health, magnesium is also prized for its ability to relieve...

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