"Make it Part of your Daily Routine"
The Health Essentials range of natural, Irish-made health supplements, has been formulated by a team of Irish nutritional scientists.
Health Essentials products are easy to take. Our powder formulations come in a tub with a scoop measure and can be easily added to water, juice, smoothies, yoghurt or sprinkled into food.
GUARANTEED IRISH Health Supplements
Heart Essentials is a unique formulation of l-arginine, l-citrulline, vitamins and minerals.
L-arginine is a type of amino acid, which are the building blocks of protein. We can get amino acids from our diet, as they can be found in eggs, nuts, seeds, meats, poultry and dairy foods.
Joint Essentials is a original and unique formulation, designed to:
- Maintain connective tissue
- Contribute to the normal function of cartilage
- Contribute to the normal function of bones
- Joint Essentials blends quality, natural ingredients,
which work effectively together, to fully support osteo-health.
Cholesterol Essentials, with a delicious lemonade flavour,
High blood pressure and high cholesterol are risk factors in the development of heart disease and stroke.
Cholesterol Essentials supports the production of red blood cells, maintains energy and supports metabolism while reducing tiredness and fatigue.
Catherina McKiernan - a Health Essentials user
Olympian, European Cross Country Champion, Winner of London, Berlin, & Amsterdam marathons
Current Irish Marathon record holder & Health Essentials User
Catherina is also a user of Joint Essentials and says...
Catherina on Health Essentials
Catherina’s one-day Chi Running Workshop, offers an assessment of body position and posture for improved running technique and takes place at various locations around the country.
Her 6-week running classes take place in locations around Dublin and surrounding counties, focusing on improved fitness and running technique.
Catherina also works directly with businesses and corporations to introduce fitness at work programs. Details of all can be found on Catherina’s website