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Women are powerful but the symptoms we face can be too!

Stress, the pill, sleep deprivation, chemicals, environment, working out too hard, extreme dieting... can all strip your body of key micronutrients.

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Triumph Monthly Cycle Supplement is an award winning all-in-one superfood supplement which works in synergy with all 3 phases of your cycle to provide key nutrient support for hormones, energy, immunity, beauty, mind, body and balance throughout the month.

Three unique Phaseblend formulations have been created by our pharmacist and clinical nutritionist led development team who are committed to using the highest quality ingredients from around the world that deliver nutrients in their most bioavailable forms.

Who is it for?

For women from age 12+

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What's inside the box? 

Triumph monthly cycle Supplement is a monthly programme containing 30 sachets and 30 tablets.

Days 1-5 = Pink Sachets / Tablets 1-5 (Fruit Punch Flavour)

Days 6-15 = Blue Sachets / Tablets 6-15 (Blueberry Flavour)

Days 16-30 = Yellow Sachets /Tablets 16-30 (Orange Flavour)

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Why do the formulations change?

The nutritional needs of a woman change during each menstrual phase. Each of the three Triumph Phaseblends have different levels of nutrients which work in synergy to support these changes.

Phase 1, Menstrual (Days 1-5)

Begins from the start of your flow until it ends and involves the shedding of the uterine wall lining. During this phase, the three main hormones; estrogen, progesterone and testosterone are at their lowest levels. Symptoms can include: Cramping, bloating, headaches, tiredness, tender breasts and lower back pain.

Phase 2, Pre Ovulation (Days 6-15)

Begins when your flow has stopped. During this phase, the three main hormones; estrogen, progesterone and testosterone are all at peak levels. Symptoms can include ovulation cramping, headaches and heightened stress.

Phase 3, Post Ovulation (Days 16-30)

Begins after ovulation. During this phase, estrogen, testosterone and progesterone levels start to drop. Symptoms can include: PMS, cramping, breast tenderness, bloating, feeling sluggish and low energy.

All ingredients in Triumph have been carefully selected to complement each other and work synergistically in each phase.

Phaseblend 1 - Key Nutrients

CoQ10 as Ubiquinol, Vitamin B Complex, Magnesium Citrate, Vitamin E, Ginger, Calcium, Iron, Maca.

Phaseblend 2 - Key Nutrients

Amino Acids, Antioxidants, Shatavari, Biotin, Folate, Selenium, Zinc, Grape Polyphenols

Phaseblend 3 - Key Nutrients 

Chromium Picolinate, Cinnamon Bark, Vitamin D, Lycopene, Bacopa Monnieri, Green Tea Vitamin B Complex, French Maritime Pine Bark.

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Vitropics is a female focused nutrition company and the leader in a new innovation - PhaseBlend. Triumph products are proudly made in our own GMP manufacturing facility in Ireland where our products undergo rigorous quality testing. Triumph Phaseblend formulations have been created by our pharmacist and clinical nutritionist led development team who are committed to using the highest quality ingredients from around the world that deliver nutrients in their most bioavailable forms. Our focus is on supporting women by offering innovative natural solutions.

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