Why UltraEnergy is so good

UltraEnergy is formulated by our experts to provide sustained energy for your mind and body through your day. Read our top tips to get the most out of your UltraEnergy and learn how our science-backed formula works.

How to take it?

  • Take one capsule each day.  If you feel the need, you can take two.
  • Lunchtime or mornings are the best time to take UltraEnergy so it fuels your day ahead, however there are no set rules on when to take it.
  • If you have any questions, just email our lovely expert nutritionists at team@drvegan.com and who are always happy to help.
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How it works?

It is the individual nutrients of UltraEnergy and their optimal formula that helps your mind and body fight tiredness and fatigue, providing more sustained energy.

B Vitamins

Our high strength Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and B12 all support the optimal function of your energy metabolism and help your body fight tiredness and fatigue. Vitamins B1, B2 and B6 also support your nervous system and psychological function, providing your brain with the energy it needs to focus and concentrate.

Folate & Vitamin B6

Folate (which is also known as Vitamin B9) helps your body develop healthy red blood cells. It is particularly important for pregnant women, helping the unborn baby's brain, body and spinal cord develop.

Vitamin B6 plays a similar role to Folate and provides effective support for your homocysteine, glycogen and protein metabolism, all of which are vital to your sustained energy.

Vitamin B12 and Biotin

Vitamin B12 is known as 'The Energy Vitamin' for good reason, and alongside Biotin (Vitamin B7), they work with the other B Vitamins, supporting your energy-yielding metabolism and formation of red blood.

They both have added benefits - Vitamin B12 supports the functioning of your immune system while Biotin supports healthy hair and skin.


Choline is among the most under-appreciated yet most important B Vitamins. Choline helps your body metabolise carbohydrates, proteins and fats into energy and plays a central role in transporting fats away from your liver.

Low levels of Choline intake have been associated with raised homocysteine, which is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease and cognitive decline, so it's an important nutrient for your brain, heart and liver health as well as your energy.

Learn more in 'The benefits of Choline and where to find it'.

How diet impacts energy?

Your diet has a biggest impact on how you feel and your energy levels.

Our expert nutritionist Dr Katherine Hodgkinson highlights the best nutrients and foods and easy lifestyle tips for boosting your energy and reducing stress in our article 'Tips to increase energy and reduce stress'.

Look out for leafy greens, citrus fruits, avocados and more!

You may also be interested in 'How to beat chronic fatigue'.

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