Why our Vegan Essentials Bundle is so good

Our Vegan Essentials Bundle combines the two most important nutrients for those on plant-based, vegan and vegetarian diets - Vitamin B12 and Vegan Omega 3. Another important nutrient you need on a vegan or plant-based diet is Choline because it is mainly found in animal foods. Discover if your body is gaining the nutrients it needs in our Diet Profile here - it's free and only takes a few minutes.

Essential for plant-based diets

Our Vegan Essentials Bundle combines the two most important nutrients for those on plant-based, vegan and vegetarian diets - Vitamin B12 and Vegan Omega 3. It helps address natural deficiencies. Discover if your body is gaining the nutrients it needs in our Diet Profile.

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How to take it?

Vitamin B12:

  • Take one capsule per day with food.
  • You can take your B12 at any time however we recommend taking it in the morning or during the day to support your energy for the day ahead.

Vegan Omega 3:

  • Take your two Vegan Omega 3 softgels in the morning, daytime or evening, together or separately.
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How it works?

Our Vegan Essentials Bundle is better for you and the planet.

How B12 helps you

Vitamin B12 is vital for the growth and division of your body's cells, and the forming of red blood cells and DNA in your body. B12 is one of the B Vitamins that help your body convert food into glucose, the source of energy in your body. As a result, Vitamin B12 reduces tiredness and fatigue. It also supports your psychological function, helps maintain a healthy nervous system and it is a vital nutrient for a healthy immune system.

Where does B12 come from?

Vitamin B12 is found in almost all foods of animal origin, so it is also one of the most common nutrient deficiencies among those following plant-based diets. Green plants do not provide Vitamin B12and although it can be synthesized by some algae and bacteria, the bio-availability of Vitamin B12 from plant-based dietary forms is not good. Signs of being low in B12

If you're feeling weak or dizzy, having regular mouth ulcers, pale skin and pins and needles, these can all be signs of having too low Vitamin B12. Learn more in '5 signs you may be low in Vitamin B12'.

Vegan Omega 3

Omega 3, also known as 'omega 3 fatty acids', is a type of fat needed for every cell in the body. The body cannot make Omega 3 fats and therefore relies on getting it from your diet or Omega 3 supplements. Omega 3 works in direct balance with Omega 6 fats. The ideal ratio of Omega 6 to Omega 3 intake is 2:1, however, this isn't often achieved, with some modern diets having a ratio of only 15:1. This is why it is often recommended everyone should take an Omega 3 supplement daily, no matter what diet you follow.

Where does Vegan Omega 3 come from?

Fish get their Omega 3 by eating algae, or because they eat other fish which have eaten algae. Omega 3 from fish can contain toxins, depending on what the fish has eaten, and has a high propensity of going rancid. Fish-sourced Omega 3 also causes huge damage to our seas and environment. Algae is one of the main starting points for Omega 3 into the food chain, so we cut out the middle man - or the middle fish - and ethically and sustainably source our Omega 3 directly from algae.

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