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The Winter Wake-Up | Boost Your Immunity

There is nothing worse than catching a cold or feeling run down. Sometimes life can get a little hectic, and our nutrition might not be up to scratch. At times like these, supplements can give you a boost when you need it the most! Check out this flowchart and discover which health supplements are beneficial to you. We’re here to give you a helping hand, get you back on track and keep you in tip top condition!

Winter Wake Up

Immune System Boosters


Having a strong immune system is imperative at this time of year. Simply consuming ultra immune on a daily basis will aid your immunity and help you kick start spring feeling fresh, energetic and undefeatable. Containing vitamin C, zinc, vitamin D3 and magnesium, ultra immune has been proven to have a beneficial effect on your immune system 24/7. Blow away the winter cobwebs and support your active lifestyle with ultra immune.

Anxiety & Anti-Stress Vitamins


Stress is something we all have to handle in some shape or form, but it can cause a lot of issues from sleeplessness to increased cravings and a wide host of other undesirable symptoms.  B vitamins are a great addition to your supplement stack if you are suffering from stress, helping your body balance the neurotransmitters in the brain and in turn, help with stress management.

Anti-Fatigue Supplements


A tried and tested weapon against fatigue while training, Caffeine is a well known potent stimulant.  It is the perfect answer to an extra energy boost before training and comes to the rescue when a cup of coffee just won’t cut it. Ensure you stick with the recommended dosage and avoid taking this supplement later on in the day as you may have trouble getting to sleep at night.


It is also important to be aware that too much caffeine is dangerous and it is important to ensure you are not overdoing the dosage by having extra sources of it in your diet that will push you over the recommended intake.

Daily Vitamins

Skin, Hair & Nail Supplements


Collagen has shown some serious potential in anti-ageing research, whilst coconut oil is a great fat source rich in medium chain fatty acids, proven to improve skin, hair and nail condition. Rich in vitamin C, a powerful antioxidant that is needed for collagen formation and healthy skin,  collagen & coconut it the perfect choice for those looking for a powerful punch against ageing.

Vitamins For Brain & Memory


Omega 3 fish oils have been studied extensively for their benefits to health. Omega 3 is an essential fatty acid which cannot be created by the body and must be consumed in the diet. Omega 3 is rich in EPA and DHA and has been shown in research to contribute to improved cognitive function.


It won’t replace studying for that exam but it might be worth trying to give you a pre-test boost! Omega 3 also has other benefits in the body such as promoting a healthy heart and reducing the risk of developing conditions such as dementia. These essential fatty acids are also crucial for maintaining healthy sight, evidence suggests the retina is one of the tissues in the body with the highest concentration of omega 3 fatty acids.



A good multivitamin can help to bridge a gap when your nutrition isn’t as tight as you would like it to be. Multivitamins are a fantastic choice for those who train, work and party hard. It will help prevent you from suffering deficiencies that may contribute to you getting run down and more vulnerable to catching those annoying colds and bugs.


Aside from its broad range of vitamins and minerals. Multivitamins also contain coenzyme Q10, ginseng extract alongside half of your recommended intake of iron. This will help you to feel energised and ready to tackle the toughest of training sessions.

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Take Home Message


Supplements can be a useful addition to a solid nutrition and training plan, especially during busy and stressful times. Be sure to check with your doctor before taking any new supplements, especially if you are taking any medications that may have an interaction with them. Be aware that some vitamins are toxic when taken in excess, and so it is not recommended that you take all the above supplements together as some overlap in composition.


Our articles should be used for informational and educational purposes only and are not intended to be taken as medical advice. If you’re concerned, consult a health professional before taking dietary supplements or introducing any major changes to your diet.

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Zague, Vivian, et al. “Collagen hydrolysate intake increases skin collagen expression and suppresses matrix metalloproteinase 2 activity.” Journal of medicinal food 14.6 (2011): 618-624.

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Faye Reid

Faye Reid

Writer and expert

Faye Reid has a Bachelor of Science in Sport and Exercise Physiology and a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition. Faye has worked with numerous high-profile organisations, such as Men's Health, Sky Sports, Huddersfield Giants, Warrington Wolves, British Dressage and GB Rowing, providing her expert sports science support. Find out more about Faye's experience here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/faye-reid-8b619b122/. She puts her passion into practice as goal attack for her netball team, and in competitive event riding.

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