The A to Z of Supplements

The A to Z of Supplements

Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
ATP is a nucleic acid which is the major energy source for every cell in the human body.


Non-essential amino acid improving performance within the body by increasing Nitric oxide production, increasing blood-flow enabling more efficient delivery of nutrients and oxygen promoting muscle recovery and growth.

Beetroot Extract

Contains high quanities of nitrate which like Argine increases Nitric Oxide within the body boosting endurance and performance during high intensity exercises. Aim to consume 500ml 2-3 hours before exercise.













Omega 3 Fish Oils






Green Tea


Green Coffee Bean








Raspberry Ketones


Vitamin C


Vitamin D

Produced by the body when it comes into contact with sunlight. The British weather means that many of us are severely lacking in vitamin D. Vitamin D supports bone health, strengthens the immune system , aids in weight loss and improves life span. It is also suspected that it helps in decreasing the risk for a multitude of diseases including cancer and hyper tension.


Whey Protein

We all know what this does, it helps with repairing and building new muscle. 2g of protein per 2kg of bodyweight. Aim to take approx.. 25-30g blended with 200ml of water.


Vitamin c

Assists in the formation of connective tissues, red blood cells, boosts the immune system & aids recovery

Vitamin C consumed in the form of powerful anti-oxidants help remove free radicals from the body which are caused through exercise, stress and bad diet. Take 1,000mg to 2,000mg throughout the day, ideally in diet consuming fruits, vegetables, oranges, berries, broccoli & peppers.





Stimulates testosterone production, reduces perceived fatigue and aids in recovery & sleep quality.


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