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Metabolism Boosters

Struggling to lose weight despite dieting?

Our metabolism can slow down as we get older, suffer certain medical conditions, or even as a result of gaining weight - truly trapping us in a vicious cycle!

The right nutrients and supplements can help nudge it back in the right direction.

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Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies

The acetic acid in ACV is thought to make the genes responsible for fat burning more active, and slow down the ones responsible for fat storage. This means more energy and less fat. Our gummies also have Chromium, a great mineral for dieters that balances blood sugar to help us resist cravings. 

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Apple Cider Vinegar Complex with Inulin, Probiotics, Turmeric, Ging...

The acetic acid in ACV is thought to make the genes responsible for fat burning more active, and slow down the ones responsible for fat storage. This increase in fat burning and metabolism could leading to greater calorie burning and weight loss. Our ACV complex also has spices long used to speed up fat-burning metabolism.

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Super B Vitamin Complex

Vital for the metabolism, B vitamins help make sure the food we eat is used as an energy source and not stored in the body as fat. Out Vitamin B Complex contains the activated, body-ready forms of each of these vital metabolic nutrients. 

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Magnesium Complex 6-in-1

We depend on Magnesium to drive the chemical reactions our bodies need to produce energy. If we’re deficient, our metabolism and the whole process of energy production slows down. This Magnesium Complex is enriched with Vitamin D, B6 and Zinc to partner with magnesium for a metabolism that's firing on all cylinders. 

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Magnesium Glycinate - 1500mg High Strength Providing 300mg Elementa...

We depend on Magnesium to drive the chemical reactions our bodies need to produce energy. If we’re deficient, our metabolism and the whole process of energy production slows down.

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Magnesium Citrate 1480mg Providing 444mg Elemental Magnesium per Se...

We depend on Magnesium to drive the chemical reactions our bodies need to produce energy from food. Magnesium Citrate is the best choice if you also want to tackle constipation and keep a sluggish intestine moving.

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Gentle Iron Bisglycinate - 28mg

When it comes to revving up your metabolism, iron must not be ignored. Having low iron levels in the blood means there will be less oxygen transported to power your muscles and burn fat into energy. 

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Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply) Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)
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Vitamin D3 4000 IU Cholecalciferol 425 Softgels (14 month supply)

Lack of vitamin D is linked to a slower metabolism and a higher risk of obesity. The less vitamin D you have, the harder it becomes to burn fat into energy - and we also need vitamin D to make insulin and metabolise glucose. 

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Organic KSM-66 Ashwagandha 550mg with Black Pepper

Ashwagandha is an adaptogen which supports sustained energy. It's also a natural antioxidant: Antioxidants speed up your metabolism and decrease inflammation, which helps reduce your body's stored fat.

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Organic Maca Root 11,000mg with Black Pepper, 180 Vegan Capsules, 3...

As an adaptogen, Maca Root supports sustained higher energy levels. This natural stimulant may speed up the metabolism, burning more calories and improving fat burning over time.

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Organic Fenugreek Capsules

Fenugreek can help us to control our appetite and resist the temptation to snack. Proper intervals of several hours without eating between each meal are essential to keep our metabolism and insulin levels working as they should. 

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Digestive Health Nutrition Combo

This combination gives you Apple Cider Vinegar for a metabolic boost, along with probiotic Bio Cultures. The bacteria are selected to support digestion and help metabolise nutrients efficiently. This can support weight management diets. 

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Energy Boost Nutrition Combo

The B Complex vitamins work well with Ashwagandha to support our energy levels. Together they power fat-burning metabolic processes throughout the day, for sustainable energy. 

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Vitality & Stamina Nutrition Combo | For Men & Women

Ashwagandha and Maca root are both adaptogens that balance energy levels and metabolism. They help to give us more refreshing sleep by night, and greater vitality by day. 

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Remember

These supplements are a support for dieting, not a replacement! You'll only get results if you're also following a weight-loss diet and exercise routine that puts you into calorie deficit.

The 6 ways Supplements Can Boost Your Metabolism

Thermogenesis: Some herbal supplements increase thermogenesis, which is the process by which our bodies generates heat. This can lead to a higher calorie burn. The B vitamins, iron and magnesium are essential for this. Ingredients like caffeine, green tea extract, and capsaicin from chili peppers are popular botanical examples.

Oxidising Fat: Certain supplements can enhance the body's ability to break down fats, making them available for energy use. Vitamin D, iron, L-carnitine, apple cider vinegar, and conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) are examples that can support fat oxidation.

Balancing Blood Sugar: Balanced blood sugar levels can prevent insulin spikes, which make us store fat instead of burning the calories for energy. Chromium, berberine, and alpha-lipoic acid are supplements that can help balance blood sugar.

Making More Energy: B vitamins, particularly B12, B6, and B3, play crucial roles in energy production. A deficiency in these vitamins can slow down your metabolism noticeably.

Controlling Appetite: Some supplements can help regulate your appetite by helping you feel fuller after eating or reducing cravings. Fibre supplements, ashwagandha, maca root, apple cider vinegar and certain herbs like fenugreek can help control the appetite, which can indirectly support a healthy metabolism.

Thyroid Support: The thyroid gland plays a central role in metabolism regulation. Supplements like iodine, selenium, and zinc are essential for thyroid function.

Lifestyle Changes to Speed Up Your Metabolism

Speeding up your metabolism can help you burn more calories throughout the day, even when you're at rest. Here are some active steps you can take to boost your metabolism.

Strength Training: Building muscle mass can increase your resting metabolic rate, meaning you'll burn more calories even when you're not active.

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): HIIT workouts involve short bursts of intense exercise followed by periods of rest or low-intensity exercise. These workouts can boost your metabolism and help you burn more calories in a shorter amount of time.

Stay Active Throughout the Day: Even outside your workout sessions, try to stay active throughout the day. Take breaks to stretch or walk, stand up and move around regularly, and look for opportunities to be more active in your daily routine.

Eat Protein-Rich Foods: Protein needs more energy to digest compared to fats and carbohydrates. Including protein-rich foods like lean meats, fish, eggs, dairy, legumes, and nuts in your meals can help boost your metabolism.

Stay Hydrated: Drinking enough water throughout the day can help keep your metabolism running efficiently. Some studies suggest that drinking water can temporarily boost metabolism by increasing calorie burning.

Eat Regular Meals: Skipping meals or going for long periods without eating can slow down your metabolism. Aim to eat regular meals and snacks to keep your metabolism active throughout the day.

Limit Processed Foods and Sugars: Processed foods and added sugars can lead to weight gain and slow down metabolism. Focus on whole, nutrient-dense foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats.

Get Enough Sleep: Lack of sleep can disrupt your metabolism and lead to weight gain. Aim for 7-9 hours of quality sleep per night to support a healthy metabolism.

Manage Stress: Chronic stress can lead to hormonal imbalances that can slow down metabolism. It gives lots of people the munchies too. Find ways to manage and reduce stress if at all possible, and consider adaptogens Ashwagandha or Maca Root that help the body keep functioning as normal while you're under stress.

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