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How To Add A Natural Kick To Your Day

    As our days get busier and busier, and the demands of life start to pile up against us, there becomes an increasing need to take extra efforts to look after our body. Let’s take a look at some of the natural vitamins, minerals and nutrients that may contribute towards helping you kickstart your day, and keep you going through the ups and downs of life.


    Vitamin D3 


    Offering many health benefits, vitamin D3 helps to contribute towards:


    • strengthening your bones and muscles
    • boosting immunity


    You can get your intake of this vitamin through vitamin D3 tablets, and through eating foods rich in D3 such as oily fish, including salmon, sardines and rainbow trout.


    Vitamin C 


    Vitamin C is one of the more widely known vitamins. It can be found in many daily supplements, and is most favoured in the form of flavoured dissolvable tablets, which can be put in a drink. Vitamin C contributes to strengthening the body, as well as helping it to find more energy.




    Iron has a range of purposes in the body. It has been found to help you fight against tiredness, which is why it is commonly found in supplements that aim to reduce fatigue. Iron also affects the activity of the heart, liver and muscles.


    Vitamin B6 


    Scientific research claims that there is a cause and effect relationship between the B6 vitamin and its contribution to psychological functions. This research, published by EFSA, claims that “the contribution to normal psychological functions, which encompass cognitive and affective domains, is a beneficial physiological effect [of B6 vitamins]”.


    Vitamin B6 is also necessary for healthy teeth, bones, hair, skin and nails. Not only this, but it contributes to energy and general vitality.




    Zinc is another essential mineral that contributes to the functioning of your body. Reports from the EFSA claim that it is necessary for the function of the immune system and is also needed to help maintain strong bones.


    Zinc is commonly found in fertility supplements, and it is needed for the development of the reproductive system. There are many different types of fertility supplements available, helping women at any stage of their pregnancy journey.


    You may be surprised to learn that zinc also contributes to normal skin, hair and nails. Once again, there are supplements that contain zinc which target these areas.


    Final Notes


    It’s clear to see that our bodies need many different types of vitamins to function properly. From sourcing these vitamins through a balanced diet to taking supplements to safeguard your intake, you’ll have no trouble fueling your body with what it needs.