Multimineral complex - 120 capsules - vegan - vitamins - plus trace elements & Q10
Multimineral complex - 120 capsules - vegan - vitamins - plus trace elements & Q10
Multimineral complex - 120 capsules - vegan - vitamins - plus trace elements & Q10
Multimineral complex - 120 capsules - vegan - vitamins - plus trace elements & Q10
Multimineral complex - 120 capsules - vegan - vitamins - plus trace elements & Q10

Multimineral complex - 120 capsules - vegan - vitamins - plus trace elements & Q10

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  • Volle Ladung Vitamine und Mineralien
  • Natürliche Inhaltsstoffe & vegan
  • Made in Germany
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What is included in the complex: 

  • Vitamin C: is a water-soluble essential vitamin, it is often supplemented to prevent colds and it works. An athlete who consumes vitamin C can expect the risk of a cold to be reduced by 50 percent. It can also be said that if the cold persists, it can be reduced by 8-14%. It also improves the absorption of zinc and iron, as well blood flow, cortisol levels during exercise, muscle soreness and fatigue 
  • Vitamin B1: improves blood pressure 
  • Vitamin B2:  reduces symptoms of migraines and improves blood pressure 
  • Vitamin B12: Vitamin B12 is an all-round talent among vitamins: it plays a crucial role in many metabolic processes. B12 has numerous tasks in the area of ​​the entire metabolism, especially the nervous system, blood formation and detoxification, as well as the breakdown of fatty acids. B12 also plays a crucial role in converting the folic acid stored in the body into an active form so that it can be used by the body. Due to this comprehensive range of effects, vitamin B12 has a major influence on the physical and emotional state of people. However, a vitamin B12 deficiency can only occur in previously healthy people if they do not absorb any or too little vitamin B12 over a longer period of time (up to several years). The reason: In contrast to all other water-soluble vitamins, B12 can be stored in the liver. With a full storage capacity, the body's needs can be met for three to five years.
  • Vitamin B6: Vitamin B6 is crucially involved in building and converting proteins in the body. It is an important coenzyme for the metabolism of amino acids. As part of enzymes, coenzymes work together with enzymes to ensure that biochemical reactions occur more quickly. During amino acid metabolism, amino acids are converted into the body's own substances. These include the messenger substances serotonin, histamine and dopamine. While histamine plays a role in the body's allergic reactions, serotonin and dopamine are important for the feeling of happiness. Just as it is involved in amino acid metabolism, vitamin B6 is also involved in the metabolism of the central nervous system. In addition, this vitamin also plays an important role in the formation of hemoglobin - the red blood pigment - and bile acid and is also essential for immune defense. Finally, vitamin B6 is also important for the growth and development of our body. Therefore, during pregnancy, in addition to an adequate supply of folic acid and vitamin B12, it is also important to ensure a sufficiently high dosage of vitamin B6.
  • Vitamin A: for skin health, vision, immune system
  • Vitamin E: protection of cells and tissue from free radicals (antioxidant effect), strengthening the immune system, Inhibition of inflammatory processes, Inhibition of the formation of inflammatory messenger substances (prostaglandins)
  • Folic acid: Folic acid plays a role in growth processes and cell division in the body. Since the blood-forming cells in the bone marrow divide very frequently, an adequate supply of the vitamin is important for blood formation
  • Magnesium: is essential for humans. The mineral takes on vital tasks – throughout the entire organism. A normal energy metabolism, a regulated electrolyte balance, vital muscle function – magnesium is essential for all of this. Activates ATP, the fuel of the cells. Activates around 300 enzymes. Relaxes the muscles as a natural antagonist of calcium. Contributes to normal muscle function. Contributes to maintaining healthy bones; improves blood pressure; improves insulin sensitivity; can improve endurance; improves bone density, which is particularly important for women; improves sleep quality  may improve migraines; reduces depression, as well as symptoms of tinnitus 
  • Iron: Iron is the trace element most abundant in the human body. Iron is a component of the red blood pigment hemoglobin and is responsible for transporting oxygen in the blood. Iron is also found in myoglobin, muscle protein and the liver. If there is an iron deficiency, the formation of hemoglobin is impaired. The result of this is anemia; This means that the body is less supplied with oxygen, which can lead to significant impairments.
  • Zinc: is important for growth, skin, insulin storage and protein synthesis, sperm production and the immune system. Zinc is an essential trace element and is indispensable for numerous processes in our body. Our body's defense function depends on the zinc balance. It improves the immune system, testosterone levels and skin texture. iron reduces depression, increases IGF 1, reduces LDL cholesterol, improves concentration and energy metabolism
  • Copper further contributes to the transport of electrons and thus to the generation of energy. Copper is also required for blood formation, especially for the production of hemoglobin (red blood pigment). By participating in the metabolism of iron, copper is also involved in the formation of erythrocytes (red blood cells). Copper is also involved in the formation of collagen and elastin in connective tissue. It further contributes to the synthesis of epinephrine and noropinephrine in the adrenal and nervous systems. Copper is also needed to form melanin in the skin. This element also has an immune-stimulating and anti-inflammatory effect.
  • Selenium: According to studies, liberal consumption of naturally occurring selenium has positive antiviral effects and is crucial for successful male and female fertility and reproduction. Selenium also reduces the risk of cancer, autoimmune and thyroid diseases. Selenium is able to play a protective role in the body because it has antioxidant abilities and improves the quality of blood flow, thereby increasing the body's resistance to disease and stress. Selenium is often praised for its role in antioxidant activity, which reduces free radicals and inflammation. This means that selenium supports the body by helping to prevent regular forms of cancer, fight viruses, ward off heart disease and slow other symptoms associated with serious illnesses such as asthma.
  • Iodine is one of the essential trace elements and is an important building block for the formation of the thyroid hormones thyroxine (T4) and triiodothyorine (T3). These hormones play a crucial role in many of the body's metabolic processes, for example: the growth, bone formation, the development of the brain as well the energy metabolism.
  • Manganese: Manganese is primarily involved in the construction of connective tissue in the body, which occurs through the synthesis of proteoglycans (chondroitin sulfate) in cartilage and bone tissue. Manganese further contributes to the synthesis of proteins (breakdown of amino acids) and fats and is required for insulin synthesis and secretion, as well as for the formation of urea. Manganese is also involved in the production of melanin (pigments) and dopamine (neurotransmitters). Manganese activates a number of enzymes that, for example, act as an antioxidant, contribute to the utilization of vitamin B1 and are required for gluconeogenesis, i.e. for the formation of glucose.
  • Molybdenum: Molybdenum is an essential trace element. It contributes to the breakdown of sulfur-containing amino acids, to the production of energy and to the breakdown of uric acid.
  • Chromium: Chromium is important for the metabolism of carbohydrates, especially for the utilization of sugar. It can also help improve cholesterol levels in fat metabolism.
  • Q10 Coenzyme Q10 is known to most people as the anti-aging agent par excellence. But now Coenzyme Q10 has been examined by scientists in many ways. There is obviously much more to Q10 than just an anti-wrinkle agent. Coenzyme Q10 is needed by every cell in our body to ensure energy supply. Q10 activates the immune system, strengthens the heart and nerves and even increases fat burning.
  • Piperine: increases the effect of all active ingredients

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Magnesiumcitrat, Überzugsmittel (Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose; Kapselmaterial), L-Ascorbinsäure, Coenzym Q10, DL-alpha-Tocopherylacetat, Zinkcitrat, Nicotinamid, Eisenfumarat, Calcium-D-Pantothenat, Trennmittel (Siliciumdioxid), Pyridoxinhydrochlorid, Retinylacetat, Mangan-II-sulfat, Kupferbisglycinat, Schwarzer Pfeffer Extrakt, Riboflavin-5‘-Natrium-Phosphat, Natriummolybdat, Thiaminmononitrat, ChromIII-chlorid Hexahydrat, Pteroylmonoglutaminsäure, Kaliumiodid, Natriumselenit, D-Biotin, Phyllochinon, Cholecalciferol, Cyanocobalamin.