The leaves are turning, the blackberries have almost been and gone, and our dog walks are getting muddier, wetter, windier; Autumn has arrived and I personally feel ready to embrace this humbler season after the high-octane energy of summer.
Autumn is the opportunity to harvest cosiness in all areas of our lives. To gather and prepare for the slower, colder months ahead, by picking seasonal fare such as blackberries and apples, cooking squashes and carrots into root soups to share with family and friends.
Here are my hand-selected products to help you flourish in this slower season.
TurmaForte® Full Spectrum Turmeric
Joint pain? Clinical research has shown that our TurmaForte® Full Spectrum Turmeric reduces the experience of joint pain by up to 86.2% within just 21 days. Our unique formulation includes not just one but three therapeutically active parts of the plant to optimise effective pain relief - especially beneficial during the colder months.
Food-Grown® Vitamin D
Low energy & mood? The Department of Health recommends that everyone over the age of four should take 400iu of vitamin D every day, particularly from October to March. Our Food–Grown® Vitamin D provides a higher strength of 1000iu in a exceptionally absorbable form of Vitamin D3. This includes all forms of Vitamin D, including Vitamin D3, D2 and D1.
Food-Grown® Immune Support
Prone to infection? Our Food-Grown® Immune Support is a unique complex of Food-Grown® vitamins and minerals, amino acids, Biomass Mycelial Mushrooms and Elderberry. Formulated for every member of the family and designed to support the normal function of the immune system and optimise the body’s natural defences against infection.
Food-Grown® Zinc Plus
Mentally & physically drained? Our Food-Grown® Zinc supports normal cognitive function and promotes the protection of cells from oxidative stress. Our formulation includes: Thiamine, which contributes to the functioning of the nervous system; Riboflavin, which supports the reduction of tiredness and fatigue; and Vitamin B6, which contributes to the regulation of hormonal activity.