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Women’s Food-Grown Fertility

Original price was: £37.00.Current price is: £33.30.

Uniquely formulated for women, a complex of Food-Grown® vitamins and minerals, whole–food nutrients, amino acids and botanicals. Expertly formulated to support preconception and preparation for pregnancy with a full spectrum of nutrients, including the required 400ug of folic acid as natural Food-Grown® folate. Support for the psychological pressures that women may experience during conception.

Key Benefits

Folic acid 400ug as natural Food-Grown® folate
Vitamin B6 for gentle hormone support
Cordyceps mushroom to nurture the female spirit

Description

Wild Nutrition Women’s Food-Grown Fertility is a blend of vitamins and botanicals with zinc for fertility support.

Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction, while vitamin B6 helps regulate hormonal activity.

Antioxidants, vitamin C and selenium help protect cells from oxidative stress caused by modern pollutants.

This women’s food-grown fertility supplement contains iodine and selenium which supports normal thyroid function.

Pantothenic acid encourages mental resilience, alongside thiamin which supports normal psychological function whilst trying to conceive.

Wild Nutrition’s pioneering Food-Grown method mimics nature by bonding nutrients at low temperatures into real, live food that retains whole-plant goodness in a digestible form that your body easily recognises and uses.

  • Provides hormone and reproduction support
  • Supports energy metabolism
  • Supports thyroid function and psychological wellbeing
  • Provides antioxidant support
  • Contains 33 key nutrients
  • Ethically-sourced
  • No added filler or binders
  • No artificial preservatives or colours
  • Free from gluten, wheat and corn
  • Suitable for Vegetarians
  • Cruelty-free
  • Made in the UK

Why I stock and recommend Wild Nutrition
Wild Nutrition make naturally effective, Food-Grown supplements designed to support you through every life stage. The Wild Nutrition range is ethically and sustainably sourced, B Corp certified and made with 100% non-synthetic ingredients.

Wild Nutrition are rooted in a deep respect for nature and the power of natural ingredients. They make natural supplements designed to be readily absorbed by your body and transform your life for the better. They use no chemicals, solvents, synthetic ingredients, colourants, fillers, binding agents or unnecessary preservatives.

Their patented Food-Grown method is an organic and natural way of manufacturing supplements. First, Wild Nutrition select the finest ingredients, which are then grown in a paste made of the highest-quality whole food. This process creates a nutrient-rich substance that your body can readily and easily absorb.

Key Ingredients

Nutrient-enhanced Yeast (providing Iron, Selenium, Folic acid [as naturally occurring Folate], Vitamin B12, Boron, Inositol, Manganese, Choline, Riboflavin, Chromium GTF, Vitamin B6, Biotin, Iodine, Niacin, Thiamin, Molybdenum, Vitamin K1 and Vitamin D3), Lithothamnium Calcareum (Red algae) powder (providing Calcium), Vegetable cellulose (capsule shell), Nutrient-enhanced Lactobacillus Bulgaricus (providing Magnesium, Zinc, Pantothenic acid and Copper), Citrus pulp (providing Vitamin C and Bioflavonoids), Cordyceps Sinensis powder, N-Acetyl Cysteine, Beetroot powder, Carrot concentrate (providing Beta-carotene), Yellow Pea (Pisum Sativum) preparation (providing Vitamin E) and Vegan Fermented L-Methionine.

Caution:
This product has been safely formulated so that it can also be used for the first few weeks of pregnancy. This is helpful for women who may not immediately know they are pregnant. Once you know you are pregnant, you may then change to using Wild Nutrition Food-Grown Pregnancy + New Mother Support.

Ritual
Take 2 capsules together any time of day, with or without food. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Wild Nutrition's products are made from food, so you don't need to take them with a meal.
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