Women's Health

Womens healthcare is a particularly important field. Women have different nutritional requirements than men. They’re also more and less likely to encounter specific diseases/illnesses compared to men due to their massively different physiology.

The different hormonal profile of women, for example, means that they aren’t likely to grow as ...read more

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The different physiological processes that women experience, such as menstruation, also have an affect on their nutrition levels. Iron deficiencies are much more common in women, for example. This is known as dietary anemia and can be rectified by undertaking a more iron intensive diet. You can also work towards fixing this issue with supplementation. Common side effects can include feelings of fatigue, dizziness and lightheadedness.

We also stock a numerous range of female hygiene products such as pads, tampons and rewashable menstrual cups manufactured from a medical grade silicone that can be easily sterilized after each use.

Supplements and vitamins specifically for those looking to conceive and those currently experiencing pregnancy are also available. The former of which being nutrients geared towards helping with the process of conception. The latter of which help replenish numerous nutrients and vitamins that you’ll commonly start to run low on during a pregnancy.


We also stock sports and fitness related products to ensure you’re able to stay healthy without overpaying for products. Diet proteins, amino acid mixtures, isotonic sports drinks and all manner of other supplements are available on our storefront.

We understand that being a woman can come with a fairly high price tag. As such we work extensively with suppliers and manufacturers to try to ensure you can get the best deal possible. Even if you’re only saving £2 a week on your products, this can add up over time.