selenium benefits

SUPER SELENIUM: Do You Know The Top 5 Benefits Of Selenium For You?

In our ‘Supplement Focus’ at Birch and Wilde, we hone in on specific supplements so that you know exactly what they do, why you need them, and how they benefit your wellbeing. If you’re new to supplementing you might not have heard of Selenium, as it’s one of the lesser known minerals. However, being low in Selenium can have quite a negative impact on your wellbeing, so it’s an important one too!

vitamin D

VITAMIN D: Why Science Backs Vitamin D as Winter's Best Supplement!

Vitamin D is so important for you: you often know it in the back of your mind, you often feel it in your bones, in your energy levels dipping or in low immunity, but you don’t really do anything about it. However, did you know that this ‘knowing’ about Vitamin D is actually backed by scientific fact? So why should you be taking Vitamin D? 

hyaluronic acid

HYALURONIC ACID: How can it help you - the top 4 benefits

Hyaluronic Acid offers remarkable benefits for your wellbeing and confidence, from joint pain relief and repair, to sparkling skin and eyes. Awareness of this natural carbohydrate has been around for years with scientific studies pre-dating 1947. Hyaluronic Acid has lived within us forever as an important part of our very structure.
Marine collagen benefits

COLLAGEN: The 7 Top Benefits of Hydrolysed Marine Collagen Type I Supplements

Although there are many collagen supplements available, not all collagens are created equal. Hydrolysed marine collagen comes from the skin and scales of saltwater fish. It is well documented that this type of collagen (over bovine, other animal sources, or non-hydrolysed versions) provides the most efficient, easy-to-digest collagen for health uses.

collagen supplement

COLLAGEN SUPPLEMENTS: What are they and why could they boost your wellbeing?

Collagen supplements offer big benefits to skin and hair, can boost joint health, and even help rejuvenate cartilage and bone. So, what is collagen? Why do we need to supplement our intake of it?