Our Micronutrients and their Effects
Whether signal transmission between nerve cells, support in cell division, or reduction of oxidative stress – micronutrients fulfill a multitude of vital functions in our body.
An optimal supply of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients are, therefore, crucial for the health and well-being of every individual.
As the individual requirements are significantly influenced by the genes of the user, we recommend carrying out a gene analysis to determine the ideal mixture ratio of the various ingredients.
Based on the knowledge gained from this analysis, we produce a personalized dietary supplement. The final effect of the preparation depends mainly on the micronutrients it contains and in what quantity.
So far, we have encapsulated around 50 different micronutrients in micro transporters. In the following, we would like to explain the effect that can be expected from taking them using a few examples.
Magnesium is a mineral that is involved in numerous processes in the body. Among other things, magnesium contributes to the maintenance of healthy bones and teeth and the normal functioning of the nervous system and the psyche. It also supports energy metabolism, muscle function, and protein synthesis.
DHA und EPA
DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) and EPA (eicosapentaenoic acid) are omega-3 fatty acids. The polyunsaturated fatty acids play a role in particular in the development and maintenance of normal brain function. They are also crucial for vision and heart function.
Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin which, among other things, helps to increase bone density and supports cell division. In addition, vitamin D plays an essential role in the immune system, the maintenance of normal muscle function, and the absorption of calcium and phosphorus.