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4 Months Essential Nutrients Bundle

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4 Months Essential Nutrients Bundle

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Electrolytes x 195g (30 x 6.5g servings)
ZMA X 100 capsules (3 per day)
Vitamin D3 K2 x 30 tablets (1 per day)

Sea Moss x 100 capsules (2-4 per day)

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This bundle is suitable for you if:

  • You want to improve your sleep quality
  • You want to enhance your exercise performance and recovery by replenishing key electrolytes lost in sweat
  • You want to strengthen your immune system
  • You want an easy way to get a huge dose of vitamins and minerals

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    Electrolytes play a critical role in ensuring adequate water absorption at the cellular level, thus helping to maintain the balance of water in and outside of cells, tissues, and organs, especially during and after physical exertion or illness​.

    When dissolved in water, electrolytes aid in retaining and distributing water throughout the body.

    Electrolytes also support hydration by helping balance the body's acid/base (pH) level, and aiding in the transport of nutrients into cells and moving wastes out of them.

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    Electrolytes are critical for muscle contractions and nerve signal transmissions. When you sweat, your body loses fluids along with various electrolytes. Their replenishment can enhance athletic performance by ensuring proper muscle function, reducing fatigue, and preventing muscle cramps. They also support the maintenance of a regular heartbeat and prevent overheating.

    A deficiency or imbalance in these electrolytes can disrupt the electrical signals that control muscle contractions, leading to muscle cramps.

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    Magnesium may help promote deep, restorative sleep by boosting the calming neurotransmitter GABA, making it easier to drift off. Additionally, the synergistic action of ZMA's ingredients supports hormone balance, including melatonin, the body's natural sleep inducer. Many users report deeper, more rejuvenating sleep, punctuated by vivid dreams, suggesting increased REM sleep—a hallmark of quality rest.

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    Sea Moss contains compounds which may act as antimicrobials and antivirals, potentially helping to boost the immune system.

    Studies have observed a 64% lower risk of upper respiratory infection after 6 months of vitamin D supplementation.

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    Sea moss is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids and high in antioxidants, which can help in reducing inflammation in the body. Additionally, its calcium and magnesium content supports bone health.


Electrolytes Powder

Electrolytes are minerals that, when dissolved in water, get a positive or negative electric charge. They are crucial for a variety of bodily functions, including maintaining a proper balance of fluids in and out of cells, muscle contractions, and nerve signalling.

The human body needs electrolytes —including sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium — in order to function properly. Our electrolytes powder contains all these key electrolytes.

Electrolytes imbalances and deficiencies can occur due to sweating, insufficient diets, vomiting, diarrhea, and alcohol consumption.

Sea Moss

Sea moss, also known as Irish moss is a type of red seaweed that grows predominantly along the coasts of North America and Europe, especially in colder waters.

Sea moss is rich in various minerals such as iodine, potassium, calcium, and magnesium, as well as vitamins, including vitamin C, B-vitamins, and vitamin A. It also contains carrageenan, a natural gel-like substance, alongside proteins, dietary fiber, and antioxidants.

The problem is it tastes disgusting, which is why we've put it into tasteless capsules.


ZMA capsules contain 3 ingredients zinc, magnesium, and vitamin B6. Here's what each of them does in the body.

  • Zinc. This trace mineral is necessary for body growth and development and relies on zinc because of its role in cell growth and division.
  • Magnesium. This mineral supports hundreds of chemical reactions in your body, including energy creation and muscle and nerve function.
  • Vitamin B6. This water-soluble vitamin is needed for processes such as making neurotransmitters and nutrient metabolism.

Vitamin D3 & K2

Vitamin D is sometimes called the “sunshine vitamin” because it’s produced in your skin in response to sunlight. It’s a fat-soluble vitamin in a family of compounds that includes vitamins D-1, D-2, and D-3. Your body produces vitamin D naturally when it’s directly exposed to sunlight.

Vitamin D has multiple roles in the body. It assists in:
  • Promoting healthy bones and teeth
  • Supporting immune, brain, and nervous system health
  • Regulating insulin levels and supporting diabetes management
  • Supporting lung function and cardiovascular health
  • Influencing the expression of genes involved in cancer development
These tablets also contain Vitamin K2.

Research today shows that the need for vitamin K2 increases as we get older, as it counteracts many of the factors of ageing such as inflammatory issues, joint pain, calcification of the vessels, diminished bone strength, and cerebral deterioration.


Studies show that here in the UK, especially in winter months, we are massively deficient in Vitamin D.


Our electrolytes powder contains the key electrolytes for optimum hydration, performance and recovery: sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium


Hydration: Sodium is vital for retaining water in the body. Together with potassium, it regulates fluid balance across cell membranes, ensuring cells have the right amount of hydration to function properly. The sodium-potassium pump, a cellular mechanism, actively transports sodium out and potassium into cells, maintaining the osmotic balance crucial for cell hydration.

Exercise Performance: Sodium is essential for nerve signal transmission and muscle contractions. The balance between sodium and potassium is crucial here as they work in tandem to ensure that muscles respond correctly to nerve signals, thereby aiding in optimal muscle function during physical activity.

Recovery: Post-exercise, replenishing sodium lost through sweat is crucial to restore electrolyte balance. Together with potassium, it helps in rehydration and restoring normal cell function, which is vital for recovery.


Hydration: Works closely with sodium to maintain fluid balance in and out of cells, tissues, and organs. This balance is essential to prevent dehydration and ensure cells are functioning properly.

Exercise Performance: Potassium is crucial for muscle contractions and nerve signaling. It works with sodium to transmit nerve impulses and trigger muscle contractions, which are necessary for movement and exercise performance.

Recovery: Helps in replenishing lost electrolytes and aids in muscle relaxation post-exercise. The sodium-potassium balance is key in preventing muscle cramps and aiding in a faster recovery.


Hydration: Calcium plays a role in signaling the kidneys on water retention, impacting hydration status. Together with magnesium, it helps in maintaining a proper fluid balance in cells which is crucial for hydration.

Exercise Performance: Calcium is essential for muscle contraction. The balance of calcium and magnesium is vital as magnesium helps in muscle relaxation, allowing for a cycle of contraction and relaxation which is crucial for movement during exercise.

Recovery: Supports bone health, reduces the risk of stress fractures, and helps muscles relax post-exercise. The interplay between calcium and magnesium is important for muscle relaxation and overall recovery post-exercise.


Hydration: Magnesium helps in regulating muscle and nerve function. It also supports a healthy heart rate which is important for maintaining blood volume and, by extension, hydration levels.

Exercise Performance: Magnesium crucial for muscle relaxation and contraction. The balance between magnesium and calcium is essential as calcium helps with muscle contraction while magnesium aids in muscle relaxation, ensuring muscles work properly during exercise.

Recovery: Magnesium helps in muscle relaxation, reducing soreness and cramping post-exercise. It also aids in energy production which is necessary for recovery.


Sports drinks often contain too much sugar, artificial ingredients or not enough minerals like potassium, meaning that they're not very effective at replenishing and balancing electrolytes in the body. Unlike sports hydration drinks, our electrolytes powder does not contain any sugar, artificial sweeteners or artifical flavouring, and has been scientifically formulated to optimise hydration and electrolyte replenishment.

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Inadequate or imbalanced amounts of electrolytes
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Sea Moss Is A Multi Vitamin On Steroids

Most multi vitamin pills have a long list of ingredients, but with nowhere near enough of each to really do anything.


About 57% of people are deficient in mineral intake.

Sea Moss is rich in almost all minerals needed by the body.

These include Iodine, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Zinc, Sodium, Sulfur, Phosphorus, Iron, Selenium, Manganese, Chlorine, Copper, Bromine, Silicon, Nitrogen.

Minerals are crucial for numerous physiological processes and structural functions in the human body.

A deficiency in minerals can:

  1. Bone and Tooth Issues: Insufficient calcium, phosphorus, and magnesium can lead to weakened bones (osteoporosis) and dental problems.
  2. Muscle Weakness and Cramps: A lack of minerals like potassium, calcium, and magnesium can result in muscle cramps, weakness, or irregular heart rhythms.
  3. Anemia: Iron deficiency can lead to anemia, resulting in fatigue, weakness, and paleness.
  4. Thyroid Dysfunction: Iodine deficiency can cause goiter (an enlarged thyroid) and hypothyroidism, leading to fatigue, weight gain, and cold sensitivity.
  5. Immune Dysfunction: Insufficient zinc or selenium can weaken the immune response, making one more susceptible to infections.
  6. Growth and Development Issues: In children, mineral deficiencies can hinder growth and cognitive development.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a vital antioxidant that protects cells from damage, aids in the production of collagen for skin, tendons, and blood vessels, and supports immune function.

Vitamin A

Vitamin A is essential for vision, as it's a critical component of the visual pigment in the retina. It also supports immune function, skin health, and proper growth and development. Deficiencies in vitamin A can lead to night blindness and compromise immune responses, among other issues.

Vitamin K

Vitamin K is crucial for blood clotting, ensuring that minor cuts or injuries don't lead to excessive bleeding. Additionally, it plays a role in bone health, aiding in the regulation of calcium within bones and the bloodstream. A deficiency in vitamin K can result in prolonged bleeding and increased risk of bone fractures.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E acts primarily as an antioxidant, protecting cells from the damage caused by free radicals and potentially reducing the risk of chronic diseases. It also supports immune function and skin health. A deficiency in vitamin E is rare but can lead to nerve and muscle damage, as well as impaired immune response.

Vitamin B1

Vitamin B1, also known as thiamine, is essential for converting food into energy, particularly carbohydrates. It plays a crucial role in nerve function and aids in the proper functioning of the heart and muscles. A deficiency in thiamine can lead to beriberi, a condition characterized by fatigue, muscle weakness, and potential heart problems.

Vitamin B2

Vitamin B2, also known as riboflavin, is vital for energy production and the metabolism of fats, drugs, and steroids. It also helps to maintain healthy skin, eyes, and nerve functions. A deficiency in riboflavin can result in sore throat, redness and swelling of the lining of the mouth and throat, cracks or sores on the outsides of the lips (cheilosis) and at the corners of the mouth (angular stomatitis), inflammation and redness of the tongue (magenta tongue), and a moist, scaly skin inflammation (seborrheic dermatitis).

Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3, also known as niacin, is essential for converting food into energy and helps maintain the health of the skin, nerves, and digestive system. It plays a role in DNA repair and the production of certain stress and sex-related hormones in the adrenal glands. A deficiency in niacin can lead to pellagra, characterized by symptoms such as skin inflammation, diarrhea, dementia, and sores in the mouth.

Vitamin B5

Vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid, is essential for the synthesis and metabolism of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, which the body uses for energy. It also plays a vital role in the production of hormones and cholesterol. A deficiency in vitamin B5 is rare but can result in symptoms like fatigue, irritability, and numbness.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6, also known as pyridoxine, is crucial for brain development and function, helping the body produce the neurotransmitters necessary for proper brain function. It also plays a role in producing hormones, including serotonin and norepinephrine, and helps the body maintain a healthy immune system. A deficiency in vitamin B6 can lead to anemia, rashes, and nerve problems like tingling and numbness.

Vitamin B9

Vitamin B9, also known as folate or folic acid in its synthetic form, is vital for DNA synthesis and cell division, especially during periods of rapid growth such as pregnancy. It aids in the formation of red blood cells and is crucial for preventing neural tube defects in developing fetuses. A deficiency can lead to anemia and increased levels of homocysteine, which is associated with heart disease.


Choline is an essential nutrient vital for liver function, normal brain development, nerve function, and muscle movement.

It helps in the synthesis of certain neurotransmitters, notably acetylcholine, which plays a role in memory and mood.

Choline is also involved in processes that metabolize fats and cholesterol and transport them out of the liver, ensuring its proper function.

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How to use

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    Take two-four 500mg Sea Moss capsules, one Vitamin D3 & K2 tablet daily. Take up to three ZMA capsules daily, 1 hour before going to sleep.

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    Before, During or After Exercise

    The electrolytes can be taken before, during or after exercise. Take 6.5g (roughly half a scoop) of electrolytes powder dissolved in 500mL of water. More water can be added to adjust the taste to your preference.

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    ZMA, Vitamin D3 & K2 and Sea Moss can be taken with food or on an empty stomach. However, the impact of food on supplement absorption is often unpredictable as different compounds within food can interact with the supplement in different ways.


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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are electrolytes?

    Electrolytes are minerals that carry an electric charge when dissolved in water. They are crucial for a variety of bodily functions, including maintaining fluid balance, muscle contractions, and nerve signaling. The key electrolytes include sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium.

  • What happens if I don't have enough electrolytes?

    A deficiency in electrolytes can lead to a variety of issues, such as muscle cramps, fatigue, weakness and confusion.

  • Are electrolyte supplements necessary?

    Electrolyte supplements can benefit athletes, individuals with an electrolyte imbalance, those who sweat excessively, people with insufficient diets, individuals experiencing diarrhea or vomiting, and those following a ketogenic diet.

  • Why are Vitamin D3 and K2 often combined in supplements?

    Vitamin D3 helps with calcium absorption from the gut, while vitamin K2 ensures that the calcium is directed to the bones and teeth, and not to the arteries or kidneys.