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Minerals, like vitamins, are exogenous compounds that are necessary for the proper functioning of the body. Classification of the minerals is based on considering the systemic daily demand for them. Taking this criterion into account, we distinguish macronutrients (magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, chlorine, potassium, sodium, sulfur) and micronutrients (iodine, iron, boron, copper, chromium, zinc, selenium, molybdenum, manganese, fluorine, cobalt, vanadium). The latter group is sometimes referred to as 'trace elements' because the quantities in which the body need them is really small.  

Macro and microelements fulfill many important functions in the body. They are part of bones, teeth, tissues and body fluids, they participate in the production of energy, regulate the functioning of various organs and systems in the body. It is assumed that they should be provided with food, however, sometimes it is not possible to cover the systemic needs in this way. The main reason is the poor quality of food, improperly balanced diet, nutritional mistakes. A separate problem is the anti-nutritive substances (e.g. phytates) present in food, which significantly limit the absorption of minerals.

Dietary supplements come to rescue. We offer a wide selection of preparations containing certain minerals in perfectly absorbable forms and precisely selected doses. People especially exposed to deficiencies (athletes, seniors, women in the menopausal period, people exposed to chronic stress or intense mental effort) can reach out for ready-made complexes containing several or a dozen of the most deficient elements.

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Apollo's Hegemony
£ 20.97
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The form of magnesium is deposited in the brain the most efficiently and supports regenerative processes.

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Ferritin 5mg
Cardiovascular Research
£ 18.85
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Bioavailable Iron From Ferritin - the major iron storage protein, naturally isolated from bovine spleen.

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Olimp
£ 2.75

Tablets containing magnesium, vitamin B1 and B6. They support the nervous system and muscles, reduce fatigue.

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Seeking Health
£ 16.73

Helpful in the treatment of bipolar affective disorder; improves the coordination of both cerebral hemispheres.

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Seeking Health
£ 18.85

A mixture of different iodine forms, including molecular iodine; conducive to maintaining cellular health.

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Olimp
£ 5.29
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Magnesium and vitamin B6. It regulates the heart, strengthens bones, improves mood and prevents cramps.

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Seeking Health
£ 18.85

Magnesium Malate. It supports muscle and nerve functions.

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Aliness
£ 6.33

High dose of zinc in three organic forms of high bioavailability. Powerful support for immunomodulation.

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Olimp
£ 0.93

Liquid dietary supplement in ampoules with magnesium, potassium and vitamins(B6, B12, thiamine and riboflavin)

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Aliness
£ 6.97

Perfectly absorbable magnesium and potassium in capsules, enriched with the active form of vitamin B6.

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Aliness
£ 7.39

Dietary supplement containing iron and vitamin C. Supports the red blood cells production.

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Aliness
£ 8.45

Bamboo shoot extract, an excellent source of silica. Strengthens the condition of the skin, hair and nails.

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Optimox
from £ 25.20
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Contains optimal portion of high bioavailability iodine. Supports functions of thyroid.

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Hepatica
£ 7.84

Shilajit promotes cognitive health, immune health and longevity.

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Trec
£ 3.18

Four forms of magnesium with vitamin B6. It improves the cardiovascular system and nervous system.

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Z-Balance
Apollo's Hegemony
£ 16.73

Necessary microelements - zinc and copper, in an optimal quantity ratio.

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Now Foods
from £ 10.38

A complex of vitamins and minerals for athletes. It promotes metabolism, strengthens and increases resistance.

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Now Foods
from £ 4.66

Dietary supplement containing chromium. It regulates appetite and insulin secretion, reduce cholesterol.

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Now Foods
from £ 5.29

Dietary supplement containing chromium. It regulates appetite and insulin secretion, reduce cholesterol.

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Now Foods
from £ 4.66

Zinc tablets. It supports synthesis of proteins and nucleic acids, regulates muscle contractility.

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Swanson
£ 2.75

Highly bioavailable form of zinc in the form of picolinate. It is characterized by high safety of use.

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Olimp
£ 2.96

Supplement containing chelate of calcium and vitamin D3. Strengthens bones and teeth and supports the work of muscles.

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Now Foods
£ 10.38

A good source of marine minerals, including potassium, magnesium, calcium and iron.

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Jarrow Formulas
£ 6.14
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Dietary supplement containing chromium. It regulates appetite and insulin secretion, reduce cholesterol.

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Swanson
from £ 3.81

The most available chromium in the chelate form. It regulates blood sugar levels and curbs the appetite.

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Now Foods
£ 9.11

Potassium Plus Iodide supports thyroid function and promotes electrolyte mineral balance.

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Now Foods
£ 8.89

Perfectly absorbable potassium citrate powder. It cares for water-electrolyte balance, and prevents fluid rete

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Seeking Health
£ 12.49

A balanced mineral complex. It boosts immunity and has positive influence on thyroid work.

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Swanson
£ 6.14

Boron dietary supplement in an innovative form of Albion® amino acid chelate.

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Now Foods
£ 13.77

Magnesium malate. It supports heart function, strengthens bones, prevents cramps and improves mood.

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Now Foods
from £ 13.77

Highly bioavailable source of selenium contained in Selenomethionine. An effective form of cancer prevention.

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Now Foods
£ 12.49

Magnesium citrate. It supports heart function, strengthens bones, prevents cramps and improves mood.

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