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Supplements.

I always recommend a "food first" approach to nutrition and encourage my clients to use supplements only when they struggle to meet their needs through their diet. On these occasions, I recommend topping up the nourishment you receive from food with a few key vitamin supplements and I have linked some of my favourites below. Protein powders can also be used to support performance and recovery in those who find it difficult to eat sufficient protein. I have linked a good all-rounder protein product for both plant-based and non-plant-based diet as a good place to start but there are a great many products available. 

Important: it is always recommended to obtain required nutrients from food and supplements should not be used in place of a healthy, balanced diet. If you are an athlete and you decide to use supplements, always check the product batch number using the following link to minimise risk of banned substances https://sport.wetestyoutrust.com/. Medications can be checked using https://www.globaldro.com/uk/search. It is your responsibility alone to ensure you are training and competing clean. 

Holland & Barrett Vitamin D3, 10ug - 100 Tablets

Holland & Barrett Vitamin C and Zinc, 600mg Vit C, 14mg Zinc - 60 Lozenges

Joseph Joseph Nest 9 Plus 9 Piece Compact Food Preparation Set, Green

Optimum Nutrition 100% Gold Standard Plant Protein (Organic Pea Protein, Organic Brown Rice Protein, Organic Sacha Inchi Protein) 684g

Optimum Nutrition Gold Standard Whey Muscle Building and Recovery Protein Powder With Glutamine and Amino Acids - 73 Servings, 2.26 kg