Your journey to better health

When you reach middle age, it can be tempting to let good habits fall to the wayside and allow the not-so-healthy-ones to creep in.

But these choices can have real consequences for your long-term health. By adopting a more balanced lifestyle now, you can help to future-proof your body – and it’s never too late to do so.

With 40 years in the business, we’ve learned a lot about health. And from our standpoint, wellbeing needs a 360-degree approach. This doesn’t just mean going for the odd run or sprinkling pumpkin seeds on your salad; it also means focusing on quality sleep, relaxation, social connectedness, and purpose.

In our opinion, the cherry on the icing of any healthy lifestyle is a tailor-made supplement programme, carefully curated to support your needs, whatever your age.

Supplements you may wish to consider as you approach 50…

Multi-Max® Complete

Multi-Max® Complete is the most complete multi available for the over 50s. This formula provides excellent spread of vitamin D3, zinc, and selenium for the normal function of the immune system. Aside from this, the high-strength magnesium, calcium, and vitamin K2 also contributes to the maintenance of normal bones.

Fish Oil

Found in oily fish, the omega-3 fatty acids, EPA and DHA, contribute to the normal function of the heart* and to the maintenance of normal blood pressure.** DHA also contributes to the maintenance of normal vision*** and brain function.***

*A beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg of DHA and EPA
**A beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 3g of DHA and EPA
***A beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of 250mg of DHA

Plant Sterols

Plant sterols have a similar structure to the body’s own cholesterol. Due to their unique bioactivity, plant sterols may contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels in the circulation.*

*A beneficial effect is obtained with a daily intake of at least 0.8g of plant sterols


CoQ10 is found in the cells’ mitochondria – otherwise known as its ‘powerhouse’ – where glucose is converted to energy. The heart contains the highest concentrations of CoQ10. There’s some evidence that cholesterol-lowering medication may deplete the body of CoQ10, so it may be worth considering a daily supplement (1).

OsteoGuard® Ultra

A premium all-in-one bone formula, OsteoGuard® Ultra provides a rich source of vitamin D3, vitamin K2, calcium, and magnesium, all of which contribute to the maintenance of normal bones.


Over the years, glucosamine has become one of the world’s most popular supplements, with millions of people in your cohort choosing to take it regularly.

Made in the UK 

All our supplement pots carry the UK-made quality mark, * which is our promise that the contents have been produced in the UK, from start to finish, working to GMP standards.

*4 products are made for us in specialist factories in Netherlands, Germany and Spain, but still subject to the same UK quality checks prior to packaging.  All finished products are shipped from the UK.

FREE Expert Nutrition Advice 

Our Nutrition Advice Team shares an immense passion for nutrition. They have a vast wealth of knowledge and experience, helping customers make the right choice from our extensive product offerings.

Should you have any questions about our products or a specific health problem, please call our Nutrition Advisors on 01892 552 175, email them at [email protected], or contact them via the live chat on our website.

UK call centre 

We’ve made ordering even easier with our UK-based call centre, which processes thousands of orders every day. Our friendly staff will always try their best to help you (there are no automated phone systems here!).

You can order online at or call us on 01892 552 184.

Langsjoen PH, Langsjoen JO, Langsjoen AM, Rosenfeldt F. (2019) Statin-Associated Cardiomyopathy Responds to Statin Withdrawal and Administration of Coenzyme Q10. Perm J. 23:18-257.


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