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Double Wood Supplements Releases Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALDCAR) Supplement

Caroline Wood | 23 October 2019

Acetyl L-Carnitine (ALCAR) is an acetylated form of L-Carnitine which is similar to typical L-Carnitine but is able to cross the blood-brain barrier. Since ALCAR can cross the blood brain barrier, unlike the non-acetylated L-Carnitine it supports cognitive function and attention. Read More...


Double Wood Supplements Releases Tauroursodeoxycholic Acid (TUDCA) Supplement

Caroline Wood | 19 October 2019

TUDCA (Tauroursodeoxycholic Acid) is a water-soluble bile acid that is naturally produced in small amounts in the body and has a long history of usage in Traditional Chinese medicine. Read More...


Nutrient supplementation beneficial for a range of mental disorders

Danielle Masterson | 01 October 2019

A whopping 77% of Americans report they consume dietary supplements, according to CRN. A recent study found that a major reason behind the supplements intake is to combat anxiety or stress. Read More...


Study links low Vitamin D status with depression among military personnel

Danielle Masterson | 24 September 2019

A retrospective study published in the Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition found a link among military personnel between low Vitamin D status and depression. Read More...


Ayurveda and Alzheimer’s: Bacosides from Brahmi display cognitive benefits– Malaysian review

Tingmin Koe | 18 September 2019

The Ayurvedic herb, bacopa monnieri (B monnieri), has shown to support cognitive function, according to a new scientific review. Read More...


Double Wood Supplements Releases Magnesium Chloride Supplement

Caroline Wood | 20 August 2019

Double Wood Supplements has released a Magnesium Chloride supplement. Magnesium Chloride has one of the highest concentrations of elemental magnesium out of any magnesium supplement on the market, at 24% elemental magnesium by weight. Read More...


NSF International updates Non-GMO certification program

Elaine Watson | 05 August 2019

NSF International has just updated its Non-GMO certification scheme and logo. FoodNavigator-USA (FNU) caught up with Sarah Krol (SK), global managing director of food safety product certification to find out what this means... and whether firms are ready for USDA's new GMO labeling law. Read More...


Tea and mushrooms: Two promising targets for tackling cognitive decline ‘amid failure of big pharma

Guan Yu Lim | 30 July 2019

There is growing evidence that certain plant-based nutrients in tea and mushroom may help to delay cognitive decline as we age, and may provide more promising focuses for further research after multiple products touted by the pharma sector ended in failure. Read More...


What Amazon’s email about counterfeit supplements might mean to the industry

Adi Menayang | 23 July 2019

Amazon sent a warning email to some customers earlier this month, saying that some probiotics sold as Procter and Gamble’s Align brand might be counterfeit, Wired reported. Industry stakeholders hope it’s a sign that the ecommerce giant will increase oversight of supplements sold on its platform. Read More...


B vitamin supplementation eases metabolic syndrome symptoms in adults: Japan RCT

Cheryl Tay | 09 July 2019

Supplementation with B vitamins (among others) can lower plasma homocysteine levels in those with some form of metabolic syndrome, according to an RCT conducted in an adult Japanese population. Read More...


First human clinical trial suggests anti-ageing benefits of pomegranate molecule

Nikki Cutler | 19 June 2019

A first in-human clinical trial has suggested that dietary supplementation with Urolithin A, a pomegranate metabolite, could offer an anti-ageing benefit thanks to its impact on mitochondrial and cellular health. Read More...


‘Provocative’: Cocoa flavonoids may improve mobility and quality of life for older people

Stephen Daniels | 07 June 2019

Flavonoid-rich cocoa supplements may improve biomarkers of heart health, boost mobility, and improve the quality of life for people over 55, suggests a new study. Read More...





Ordering from Canada?

Unfortunately we can't accept credit card payments from non-US credit cards through doublewoodsupplements.com, but we've been working hard to make our products available in Canada and have a few options for Canadians to order.

Amazon.ca

Many of our products are available to purchase on Amazon.ca, and are currently warehoused in Canada. If the products you're looking for are on Amazon.ca, this will be the easiest and quickest way to order.

Alpha GPC

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Bacopa Monnieri Extract

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CDP Choline

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Citrus Bergamot Extract

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HMB

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Huperzine A

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L-Theanine

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Magnesium Threonate

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Rhodiola Rosea Extract

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S-Acetyl L-Glutathione

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Sulbutiamine

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Uridine

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or

Order by Email

Send us an email at support@doublewoodsupplements.com with what you'd like to order, and we will send over an invoice from another of our websites that can take international credit card payments. Once the invoice is paid we will ship out your order promptly.