Unlike oral supplements, vitamin boosters go straight to work immediately and contain the only ingredient you require. Oral supplements must be digested and absorbed by the body. To survive this process, they often contain unnecessary ingredients which often have no nutritional value.

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We tend to group all the B vitamins together, B-Complex includes B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B12 but each one has several different roles in the body. Vitamin B-Complex is essential and can be used as an energy booster as it plays a critical role in cellular energy production. Vitamin B helps your body use fat and carbohydrates for energy and to make protein. It is also important for normal blood, cells and nerves.


Most people can get Vitamin B from their diet, but a deficiency can occur with certain health conditions such as poor nutrition, stomach problems and cancer. B vitamins can be found in lean meats, organ meats, yeast, fish, milk, eggs, green vegetables, cereals, oats, seeds, legumes, chickpeas, banana, nuts, tofu, watermelon and onions.



Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that increases intestinal absorption of calcium, magnesium and phosphate. Vitamin D can be stored in the body for a long time. Scientists have recently discovered it plays a role in immunity, cell growth, neuromuscular immune functions, inflammation, the protection against cancers and other areas of health.



Vitamin B12 is an essential vitamin that your body needs but cannot produce. B12 aids the regulation of the nervous system and can reduce stress, worry and anxiety. It is also essential for healthy skin, hair, nails and can help in cell renewal.


While natural sources of B12 can be obtained through our diet, as we age we absorb less from diet alone. High B12 foods include Clams, Liver, Fish, Crab, Beef, Cheese, Eggs & Dairy. If you have a vegan or vegetarian diet, it may be important for you to supplement B12 for healthy bodily function.



Vitamin C is also known as Ascorbic acid and has several important functions. These functions help to protect cells and keep them healthy and maintain healthy skin, blood vessels, bone and cartilage. It also enables the absorption of iron so anyone deficient in iron should also up their vitamin C intake. Our body uses vitamin C to help heal injuries to our skin by forming collagen as collagen helps to close wounds and create scar tissue. 


While natural sources of Vitamin C can be obtained through our diet, as we age we absorb less from diet alone. It is essential to keep your Vitamin C levels topped up. High Vitamin C foods include peppers, brussels sprouts, broccoli, oranges and orange juice.