Our carefully selected, vegan-friendly mineral supplements are free from gluten, dairy, lactose, soya, GMOs, and artificial fillers and binders. These mineral formulas can be used during periods of stress or deficiency, while experiencing illness or while convalescing. Each one has met strict, nutritionist-led selection criteria, giving you peace of mind that you’re choosing the highest quality supplement.
At for the Ageless, we know how important it is to buy safe, high-quality, and effective mineral supplements. We have an exceptional knowledge of our products and personally test every item we stock. For a supplement to be sold at for the Ageless, it must meet our selection criteria:
We love to hear from our customers and always take the time to respond in detail to questions and suggestions. We regularly hear from those who appreciate our time to talk to them and improve their shopping experience. For example, Martin reached out to us on Trustpilot to say:
"Great company, great product, & great customer service ... a lot of companies could learn from them."
We'd love to hear from you if you want to know more about the range of minerals we sell. We are available to arrange a one-to-one consultation with an expert via:
Everything we sell comes directly from the supplier or main distributor; it's then shipped from a state-of-the-art facility in Brackmills Industrial Estate, Northampton. This is one of the few organic warehouses in England that meets the high standards set out by the EU, DEFRA, and the Soil Association.
Every supplement sold at for the Ageless is price-match guaranteed. We ensure you only ever pay the manufacturer's recommended retail price or lower. If you find a price has changed and we have not yet updated the website please get in contact with us.
All food supplement collections are included in our price match guarantee:
Minerals are a type of micronutrient (along with vitamins) that the body requires in small amounts to function normally. Mineral supplements contain ingredients such as calcium and magnesium that can supplement your diet and fill in any nutritional gaps that may occur. They’re not to be considered a substitute for an unhealthy diet or lifestyle. Mineral supplements are usually available in the form of tablets, capsules, pastilles, powders, or liquids.
The best way to get all the essential micronutrients you need is through a healthy, balanced and varied diet. However, there are times when we might need a little extra nutritional help, such as if we follow a vegan or vegetarian diet or we’re going through a period of stress. Experiencing the perimenopause and menopause can also mean we’d benefit from extra support. Minerals can provide this support, in a convenient daily supplement.
Mineral supplements vary from product to product and brand to brand. But overall, they tend to contain the most common minerals, including:
Some also contain ionic minerals that have been sourced from the Great Salt Lake in the US state of Utah.
Mineral supplements are available in various forms:
Single mineral capsules – capsules are made of a shell (either from animal-derived gelatine or vegan-friendly cellulose) that is designed to contain the minerals inside until they’re swallowed. Once inside the gut, the contents, either in powder or liquid form, are released as the shell is digested, delivering the nutrients directly to the bloodstream. Single mineral capsules tend to contain minerals such as calcium or magnesium.
Multimineral capsules – in the same way as single mineral capsules, their ingredients are encapsulated in a dissolvable shell that releases the nutrients, either in powder or liquid form, into the bloodstream. They contain more than one mineral and often contain multiple different nutrients.
Single or multimineral tablets – these contain much of the same ingredients as single and multimineral capsules, however, it’s widely accepted that supplements in tablet form don’t always dissolve consistently which can negatively affect the overall absorption and therefore benefit. They’re often cheaper to produce too and may not be as high quality as capsules and powders.
Multimineral powders – powdered supplements are designed to be added to water, a smoothie or juice, and consumed as a liquid. They’re ideal for people who struggle to swallow capsules and tablets.
Multivitamins and minerals – Many mineral supplements come as part of a multivitamin supplement, meaning that they’re packaged along with common vitamins including vitamin A, the B vitamins, and vitamins C, D, E, and K. Commonly referred to as simply multivitamins, these supplements are widely available as tablets, capsules, liquids, and powders.
To ensure that you’re getting the best quality mineral supplement, there are several things you can look out for:
Optimum absorption – Some types of minerals are easier to absorb than others and are therefore more beneficial. Opt for products that have been formulated for easy absorption; this could include minerals that have been chelated and combined with amino acids or mixed with apple cider vinegar to create an acetate form of the mineral that’s absorbed by the body more quickly.
Matches your needs – Everyone’s nutritional needs vary depending on numerous factors, including their age, sex, and body chemistry. A mineral supplement will provide better results if you take the time to find one that meets your body’s requirements or is designed to support your lifestyle. Your requirements and needs may change over time, so this is something to keep in mind too, rather than simply taking the same supplement for many years.
Minerals without fillers or additives - Some companies use extra ingredients to add shape, texture, bulk, colour, or flavour to their supplements. The best products to look out for are those that have been labelled as ‘without artificial fillers or additives’. These only include the active ingredients and necessary additions such as a capsule shell and natural fillers like rice flour.
Minerals are sold as a food supplement. They are not intended to assist with the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, or cure of any disease, ailment, or medical condition. Any product statements provided on this site are for information only and do not constitute medical advice. Read our full legal disclaimer for more information.