Vitamins and minerals help our bodies do all kinds of things, from regulating blood cholesterol to protecting cells from oxidative stress. Struggling from fatigue? You could be lacking in iron. Suffering from frequent colds? You might need to increase your vitamin C, selenium and zinc intake. These nutrients are the building blocks of our health!

Jess, graze nutritionist

Top 11 brain foods

Did you know there are 13 vitamins and 14 minerals, known as micronutrients, needed to keep our bodies running at their best? Our modern diets often cause us to be deprived of key micronutrients, and our bodies can end up crying out for more vitamins and minerals. If you’re feeling sluggish, and like your body just needs a vibrant boost, we’re here to help you establish new healthy habits and keep your micros topped up.

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What are the best foods for the immune system?

The foods we eat affect both our day-to-day and long-term health. The building blocks of protein go on to create all of the cells of your immune system, which helps to defend you from infection. Vitamin C, selenium, iron and zinc are all nutrients that then help these cells to function properly, keeping the rest of the body in great health with an abundance of energy so we can have a cold/flu free season. Read more.

What are the best foods for healthy skin?

The way you nourish your body has an enormously powerful impact on the health and appearance of your skin. Your skin is a barometer of what is going on inside your body, and many skin conditions, from eczema to acne to signs of aging, can simply be a reflection of your body’s internal needs. Many of these needs are nutritional ones, so you could be missing out on essential fatty acids, magnesium, zinc, vitamin C and vitamin A. Read more.

What are the best foods for a healthy heart?

How you nourish your body and how you move your body day-to-day contribute to heart health in an immense way. Try increasing your fibre, omega 3, folic acid and vitamin D, and cutting down on processed foods and trans fats. Read more.