Nutritional supplements to support your nutritional intake, keeping you in top condition

Our bodies rely on a balance of vitamins and minerals to keep our complex systems working well, helping our bodies to produce energy, grow and rebuild and keeping us functioning for all of our day to day tasks.

A busy lifestyle means keeping up with a nutritious, healthy and balanced diet can be a challenge.

This is why we’ve chosen to team up with Healthspan, a highly-reputable provider for some of the best nutritional supplements on the market. We wanted someone with a range for everyone, be it an elite athlete or a weekend warrior…and that’s exactly what Healthspan provide.

Check out their range by clicking on any of the links provided and we know you’ll be blown away by the products they have to offer.

Allsports Therapy team favourites

Multivitamin Gummies (Mens)

Multivitamin Gummies (Womens)

Our trainers generally recommend a diet rich in a variety of fresh fruit and vegetables, a good balance of fats, carbs and proteins along with at least a 20′ daily dose of sun.

However, we appreciate this is not always feasible as our modern lifestyles can get in the way of consistently achieving this…this is where our supplements come in to give us a helping hand!

Disclaimer: Allsports Therapy have an affiliate programme with Healthspan. This means we get a very small commission from any purchases made through our affiliate links. This is at no extra cost to you, but actually enables us to offer you the discount off the products. We have opted to work with Healthspan as we feel the products are of good quality and have the potential to benefit a number of our patients. We hope you agree and see purchases made through Healthspan as also supporting Allsports Therapy.

Commonly recommended supplements for supporting the immune system and joint health

  • Omega 3
    Fish oils are a rich source of vitamins A and D and the omega 3 fatty acids EPA and DHA.
  • Magnesium
    Plays a number of important roles but is crucial for protein synthesis which is vital for the growth of muscles.
  • Turmeric
    The root of the turmeric plant contains ‘curcuminoids’ which have been of significant interest in recent sports nutrition research.
  • Vitamin B6
    Supports the immune and nervous systems, it helps us store energy from protein and carbohydrates in food, it assists haemoglobin formation, the red pigment in blood that carries oxygen and nutrients around the body, and it supports psychological function. Not surprisingly, low levels are associated with tiredness, fatigue and irritability.
  • Vitamin D3
    Contributes to the absorption of calcium in the body, playing a key role in the health of our bones and teeth. It supports muscle function and the immune system. National research recently revealed that one in five of us has low levels, putting us at risk of bone pain, fractures and other health problems.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

We would recommend speaking to someone who has a firm grounding in health and nutrition.

If you get in touch with our team, we would recommend going through your weekly meal plan with one of our personal trainers. They will ask you a number of questions to help understand your current intake and how you currently feel in relation to energy levels, recovery after exercise, sleep patterns, joint pain etc. This will help you and them to discuss whether further supplementation might be beneficial and provide you with health benefits, along with what you might consider altering with your current meal plans.