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About Sterling Nutrition Supplements

Where are Sterling Nutrition supplements manufactured?
Sterling Nutrition is a UK-based company, and we ensure all our vitamins and supplements are made according to GMP standards in a state-of-the-art facility. Our capsules are produced by a BRCGS AA-rated manufacturer, one of the highest standards in the world. Our C8 MCT oil is manufactured to GMP standards.
GMP Standards: What are they?
GMP is the minimum standard that a supplement manufacturer must meet in their production process. Supplements must be of consistently high quality, should be appropriate for their intended use, and the product must meet the requirements of the marketing authorization or product specification.
Where do Sterling Nutrition Ingredients come from?
Raw materials can be sourced in the UK and overseas, according to strict pharmaceutical and food-grade standards. Our source of ingredients is updated continuously so that we can find the highest quality ingredients.
How do you make sure your packaging is sustainable?
Our bottles and labels are made from recyclable materials. We are continuously exploring the use of more eco-friendly packaging to make it safe for the environment.
What products do you have for vegans?
Wherever possible, we make our supplements vegan friendly.
Do you use natural ingredients?
We try to use natural and organic ingredients wherever possible.the distinctive ss are separated into two categories:

General Info About Food Supplements

What are vitamins?
Vitamins are organic substances found in plant and animal foods. Small amounts of vitamins are essential for the normal growth and activity of the body. Vitamins that are important for human health include Vitamin A, Vitamin D. Vitamin E, Vitamin K, Vitamin C, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Niacin, Vitamin B6, Folate, Vitamin B12, Pantothenate and Biotin.
What are the different types of nutrients?
Nutrients are divided into two categories: fat-solvent and water-dissolvable. The water-solvent mixture contains B vitamins (1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, and 12) and L-ascorbic acid. They demonstrate the following characteristics: They degrade in the water. They are not contained within the body. Pee is used to expel large amounts of waste. When food varieties are cooked or overheated, they are destroyed. Fat-soluble nutrients contain A, D, E, and K, as well as the following properties: They disintegrate in fat. They can be stored in the body. When they accumulate, they can cause some problems.
What role do nutrients play?
Nutrients have various functions and are essential for your well-being and maintaining normal body capabilities (great visual perception, energy levels, cell development, bone wellbeing, a sound invulnerable framework, blood coagulation, and so on.). Your body requires adequate nutrients to function properly.
Where can you find nutrients?
Nutrients are found primarily in leafy vegetables, but also in grains. You may have painstakingly researched which supplements could help your specific condition and are confident that you have made an informed decision, but certain factors may still be preventing you from reaping the full benefits of those supplements. In fact, there are a surprising number of factors to consider if you want to maximise the benefits of vitamins, minerals, and herbs. At best, you may be wasting money by taking too many vitamins that your body does not require. In the worst-case scenario, you could be taking supplements that interact with prescription drugs and cause you harm. We simply believe that you should get the most value out of your supplements, both in terms of health and money, by ensuring that they are appropriate for you.
Is it a quality supplement?
There are a surprising number of unethical businesses selling low-quality vitamins. Make sure the company has a Good Manufacturing Practice or BRCGS certificate, which ensures that its products are consistently produced in accordance with strict quality standards. Many businesses will make a statement about this on their website. A high-quality supplement company will also list all the ingredients in its product on its label. Avoid those who do not offer this. Another critical consideration is obtaining the appropriate strength or potency. Avoid supplements that only provide 10 to 30% of the Recommended Daily Allowance of the vitamin or mineral in question; they will be ineffective. Make certain that the company you're dealing with is aware of the nutritional research behind the supplements they're selling. You could check with the company. It is critical that dosages are supported by sound scientific evidence.
What age am I?
Age can play a surprising role in determining which vitamins you should take. Teenagers, for example, require more vitamin C and D due to their active lifestyles, young children require more calcium and magnesium for growth, and older people require more antioxidants to help combat the ageing process. A reputable vitamin company should be able to advise you on which vitamins are best for your age.
What is the state of my digestive system?
The absorption of supplements is affected by the health of your digestive system. If you have IBS, Crohn's disease, or a sensitive stomach, it's best to seek advice before purchasing supplements so that they can be tailored to your digestive system.
How is my general health?
High blood pressure, liver, and kidney problems are also important factors to consider when selecting a supplement because you may need to avoid certain vitamins or minerals.
What is the state of my mental health?
B vitamins may help with conditions like depression and anxiety, according to research.
What is my weight, height, and body type?
A slim, petite customer may require a different product than a taller, bone-structured customer.
Have I ever experienced headaches, constipation, or diarrhoea while taking supplements?
Certain vitamins and minerals are intolerable to some people. If you experience headaches, constipation, or diarrhoea after beginning a new course of supplements, consult with our team to see if you are intolerant to a specific vitamin. It might be advantageous to switch to a more appropriate product.
What kind of environment am I in?
If you live in a city or a densely populated area, your body may absorb pollutants and toxins from the surrounding environment, necessitating the use of a supplement with a higher level of antioxidants than someone who lives in a more rural area.
I placed an order on Friday for next day delivery, why did I not get it until Tuesday?
Our cut off point is 4pm, Monday to Friday. Any order placed after 4pm will be processed through our dispatch system the next working day. We currently do not deliver at weekends.
How long have I neglected my health?
The longer you live an unhealthy lifestyle, the longer it will take to recover your health. Our experts believe that for every decade you have abused your health, whether, through smoking, poor diet, or alcohol consumption, you will need two years of healthy living to reverse the damage. A well-balanced diet is the best way to get all the nutrients we require. When this isn't possible, supplements can come in handy. This article is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Please consult your physician before using any supplements or herbal medicines.

Use And Safety of Food Supplements

How can I tell if I need to take a food supplement?
Many products are marketed as food supplements; however, it is important to remember that supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbs, botanicals, and other substances. If you do not eat a diverse diet, some supplements may help ensure that you get adequate amounts of essential nutrients or promote optimal health and performance. Do not attempt to self-diagnose any medical condition. Work with your primary health care provider and/or a nutritionist to determine the best way to achieve optimal health, and always consult with your doctor before taking supplements, especially when combining or substituting them with other foods or medications.
How can I learn more about a specific dietary supplement, such as whether it is safe and effective?
Where possible, scientific evidence supporting the benefits of some food supplements is available on our website. We always strive to provide the highest quality supplements with the fewest binders and unwanted agents in the products we distribute. If additional information is required, we have a direct line back to the manufacturer.
What is the distinction between RDA and DV for vitamins and minerals?
Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) and Daily Value (DV). RDAs are nutrient intake recommendations for healthy people. They tell you how much of that nutrient you should consume daily. The Food and Nutrition Board creates RDAs. They differ depending on age, gender, and whether a woman is pregnant or breastfeeding, so there are numerous RDAs for each nutrient. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) established DVs, which are used on food and dietary supplement labels. There is one DV for each nutrient for everyone aged 4 and up. As a result, DVs are not recommended intakes, but rather indicate how much of a nutrient a serving of food or supplement provides in the context of a total daily diet. DVs frequently match or exceed RDAs for most people, but not always. DVs are expressed as a percentage on food and supplement labels. They allow you to compare one product to another. On a food label, for example, the per cent DV for calcium may be stated as 20%. This means that one serving contains 200 mg (milligrams) of calcium because the DV for calcium is 1,000 mg/day. If another food contains 40% of the DV for calcium, it contains significantly more calcium. The UK Government maintains a website that lists the DVs for all nutrients as well as additional information.
Which dietary supplement brand(s) should I buy?
A variety of factors, such as price, quality, adult, child, and availability, may influence your purchasing decision. Seek the advice of your nutritionist and examine the product details to find one that has been recommended to you or that you believe closely meets your needs.
Can I use supplements if I'm pregnant or taking medication?
Before purchasing any supplements while pregnant or on medication, we strongly advise you to consult with your doctor.
Do NDS Probiotics need to be refrigerated?
No, because of the manufacturing process, NDS probiotics are stable at room temperature.