PassionAtely stressed!

At this time of year, there are so many extra demands on our already stretched schedules and eating well really will support your immunity and enable you to cope with these challenges. However, there can be times when it is more difficult and we just need a little more support.

The quality of supplements is always something I have had concerns about as it is such a lucrative industry and there are many inexpensive and ineffective products out there, therefore after much research into ethical suppliers I have finally found a company I am extremely happy to work with.

Nutri advanced was recommended to me by well-respected scientists, at a recent seminar, I attended and since learning about the company I have been impressed by their dedication to developing highly effective products using leading scientific research.

To learn more go to their website or call them FREEPHONE 0800 043 5777 and experienced staff can help answer any of your questions.

To place an order with Nutri-advanced, you will be asked for a practitioner number. This is 3170646.

PassionAte support for adrenal fatigue, low mood and anxiety…

There is always so much you can do to improve symptoms with real whole foods, and checking the nutrient deficiency assessment ( will help you understand which whole foods you should include in your diet. The priority is making positive dietary changes, although sometimes a supplement can help, as long as you remember the word supplement (they are not named a replacement for a reason). There is absolutely no substitute for a healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables and a healthy balance of whole grain and protein.

These are the supplements that I recommend in the short term for tiredness and symptoms of anxiety or burnout and why…

  • Megamag calmeze

This is a powder perfect for drinking in water or adding to a smoothie. I have tasted the raspberry within my green smoothie and it was delicious.

It is a high strength magnesium formula for those showing signs of being low in magnesium. However, it also contains a group of amino acids which are involved in the nervous system and have been shown to soothe, calm and support a healthy sleep cycle. Therefore, this supplement is ideal for those of you who are finding it difficult to wind down, feeling wired and or the need for support in balancing mood.
There are 3 flavours which are orange, raspberry and chamomile and 30 servings is £29.90

  • Adreset

Adreset is perfect for those looking for invigorating herbal support, and if you are feeling a general need for a pick me up in winter months this will really help adrenal fatigue, signs of which are low mood, feelings of exhaustion, burn out or just plain drained of energy. This is also a fantastic supplement for really busy times when you need support either physically or mentally or both!

This includes ginseng which is very well researched and has been used for centuries in providing a pick me up and help to improve energy and vitality. In addition to Rhodiola an adaptogen which I often recommend to clients with low mood or signs of burn out, and cordyceps which is often used as a tonic to improve symptoms from illness and disease and is suggested to reduce tiredness and improve stamina (This is not recommended for anyone with an autoimmune condition e.g. hypothyroidism or rheumatoid arthritis etc.).

60 capsules: £32.24
cautionary note:
Avoid these if you are pregnant, breastfeeding (this is not because they are not safe to take, it is just that there can not be studies to show the safety of these products on pregnant women) and contact your GP before using any of the supplements if you are taking medication.

To place an order with Nutri-advanced, you will be asked for a practitioner number. This is 3170646.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions and if you haven’t already done so, complete the nutrient deficiency assessment on the site, to enable you to identify any possible nutritional issues.

Lots of love and health,

Kelly x

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