WE DOFF OUR CAPS TO BENEFICIAL VITAMINS

Vitamins and nutrients are not to be sniffed at. They work tirelessly to ensure one’s essential bodily functions: metabolism, immunity, healing and growth, all stay on top of their game, extracting ‘essential energy’ from nutrient-rich food and drink.

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A well-balanced healthy diet ensures you have plenty of scope to hoover up essential vitamins, which is why we are so proud of our Coldpress drinks because they provide a significant stack of your daily NRVS (nutrient reference values).

  • VITAMIN C
    VITAMIN C
    Tasked with protecting our cells and keeping them in fine fettle, in addition to supporting healthy skin, bones, cartilage and blood vessels whilst politely encouraging wounds to heal quickly.
  • VITAMIN D
    VITAMIN D
    From March to September being outside in the sunlight should suffice, however during the ‘gloomier’ months, we need a D fix to regulate the quotas of calcium and phosphate in our bodies, whilst supporting healthy teeth, bones and muscles.
  • VITAMIN E
    VITAMIN E
    Whilst E was never a great exam grade, in the vitamin spectrum it’s vital for keeping our immune system ticking over whilst supporting healthy eyes & skin.
  • B1 (Thiamin)
    B1 (Thiamin)
    Might sound like a lesser known Norse god however Thiamin’s super power is to keep your nervous system in peak condition whilst breaking down and releasing the all-important energy in food.
  • B2 (Riboflavin)
    B2 (Riboflavin)
    Sounds like a deeply unsatisfying breakfast cereal from the 80’s and yet like heroic Thiamin, it works tirelessly to support a ‘right as rain’ nervous system, and good eye/skin health.
  • B3 (Niacin)
    B3 (Niacin)
    Niacin sounds like one of the more sinister characters from one of your favourite childhood tales and yet nothing could be further from the truth, because like Thiamin & Riboflaving, Niacin’s primary purpose in life is to extract energy from your daily diet and support healthy skin.
  • B6 (Pyridoxine)
    B6 (Pyridoxine)
    Isn’t a top secret M16 explosive but a hoarding vitamin that not only stockpiles the essential energy from protein and carbohydrates in food but forms haemoglobin in red blood cells that whizzes oxygen around the body.
  • Folate
    Folate
    Rather an amazing B-vitamin found in beets, citrus fruits and leafy greens which plays a key role in making DNA and the other genetic materials.
  • Fibre
    Fibre
    These are the parts of fruit & veg that can’t be digested. This is no bad thing because by ensuring regular bowel movements, food keeps shunting down the digestive tract. Such an outcome ensures that any residing sugars are absorbed more slowly in the body, which in turn keeps blood/glucose levels in balance.
  • Anti-Oxidants
    Anti-Oxidants
    This is the all-encompassing term for the hard-working molecules that combat the ‘free radicals in your body.
  • Free-Radicals
    Free-Radicals
    These are the militant, unstable molecules in your body that can cause all manner of trouble if their numbers become too prevalent. Free-radicals aren’t all bad because in the right number they work alongside antioxidants to create the perfect state of equilibrium. If however unstable free radicals overrun their fellow antioxidants, we reach a place called oxidative stress where DNA damage can lead to cell death, which is linked to multiple illnesses like diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
  • Polyphenols
    Polyphenols
    These are the heralded micronutrients found in certain plant-based foods. Brimming with upbeat antioxidants, polyphenols can combat anything from digestion issues and weight management to cardiovascular & neurodegenerative disease and even diabetes!

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