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Vitavital: rich multivitamin
Vitamins are organic compounds that the organism does not need as an energy source, but for other vital functions, which the metabolism cannot synthesize or can only synthesize to a limited extent. Vitamins must therefore be ingested with food because they are essential.
Water soluble or fat soluble
Vitamins are generally classified according to whether they are water-soluble (vitamins C and B vitamins) or fat-soluble (vitamins A, D, E, and K). While the body is able to store fat-soluble vitamins in the liver, fat or muscle tissue, and the adrenal glands, excess water-soluble vitamins will be excreted through the kidneys.
The only exception is vitamin B12, which will stored in the liver.
Vitamins for the immune system
Although many vitamins are important for the function of the immune system, vitamin C (scientifically: ascorbic acid) is by far the best known and most popular. As soon as a cold is announced or the cold season is approaching, many people reach for the tried and tested "hot lemon".
The idea behind it is the relatively high vitamin C content of the lemon, but the vitamin is the vitamin unfortunately very susceptible to heat and is already destroyed at temperatures above 40° degrees. For this reason, it makes more sense to use other types of fruit or vegetables that can be eaten without exposure to heat. Food supplements that provide you with high doses of vitamin C are also a good alternative.
Vitamins A and D and the B vitamins B6, B12 and B9 also support the immune system .
Vitamins for the nervous system and energy
B vitamins are known to be essential for the functioning of the nervous system, among other things. B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B6 (pyridoxine), B12 (cobalamin) and B7 (biotin) should be mentioned here.
In the nervous system, they are responsible for To protect nerve cells and to support regeneration as well as transmitting nerve stimuli. They are also important for cognitive functions and mental balance.
Another important function that B vitamins play a role in is energy metabolism. They ensure that the macronutrients (carbohydrates, fats and proteins) in food are converted into energy, which the body needs for a variety of tasks. These include, for example, maintaining body temperature, organ function and movement.
Vitamins for cell protection
A number of vitamins also have antioxidant properties. Vitamin E and vitamin C are particularly well known for this, but thiamine (B1) and riboflavin (B2) are also able to neutralize excess free radicals and thus the cells in the to protect organisms.
Vitamins for the skin
The best known and most popular vitamin when it comes to skin health is biotin (vitamin B7). Since it also ensures beautiful, strong hair, it is also known as the "beauty vitamin". Vitamin A, B2 and B3 are also essential micronutrients for both the skin and the mucous membrane.
The fat-soluble pigments can be found in a large number of plants, but also in animals. Beta-carotene from vegetables and fruits is known to most people as a precursor of vitamin A, but nature also has a lot of other carotenoids that are interesting for the human organism .
Lycopene, a carotenoid from tomatoes or rose hips, has antioxidant properties and can help to curb free radicals.
The two carotenoids lutein and zeaxanthin, for example, come from the marigold flowers. They can be found in the organism as pigments in the retina, especially in the yellow spot (macula). In plants, the two pigments have the task of protecting the plant cells from high levels of light.
The polyphenols quercetin, hesperidin and rutin belong to the subgroup of flavonoids, which are also said to have antioxidant properties. They are found as coloring agents in a number of plants and fruits.
Multivitamin capsules from Fairvital
- Rich Multivit
|Application area:||Anti-Aging, Energy, Eyes, Immune system, Tissue Health|
|Compatibility:||Fish-free, Fructose free, Lactose free, Nut free, Soy free, Without gluten|
|Vital substances:||Antioxidants, Carotenoids, Multivitamins, Plant extracts|
|Eine Kapsel Vitavital enthält / %NRV*:|
|Vitamin C 154,2mg / 192%|
|Vitamin A (aus Carotinoiden) 300µg / 37%|
|Vitamin D 0,8µg / 16%|
|Vitamin E (D-alpha-Tocopherol) 23,8 mg / 198%|
|darin Delta-Tocotrienol 7,73mg|
|darin Gamma-Tocotrienol 1,02mg|
|Vitamin K1 700µg / 993%|
|Vitamin B1 20,8mg / 1890%|
|Vitamin B2 9mg / 642%|
|Niacin 13mg / 81%|
|Pantothensäure 8,3mg / 138%|
|Vitamin B6 16,6mg / 1185%|
|Folsäure 200µg / 100%|
|Vitamin B12 100µg / 4000%|
|Biotin 900µg / 1800%|
|darin Lutein 2,5mg|
|darin Zeaxanthin 0,31mg|
|darin Lycopin 0,5mg|
|darin Hesperidin 133,8mg|
* NRV: Nutrient reference values (Referenzmengen) laut EU-Verordnung
Zutaten: Citrus-Bioflavonoide (enthalten 60% Hesperidin), Calcium-L-ascorbat, Überzugsmittel Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose (Kapselhülle), L-Leucin, D-alpha-Tocopherol, Thiaminmononitrat, Tocotrienol-Pulver (enthält 30% Tocotrienole), Pyridoxin-HCl, Quercetin, Rutin, Nicotinamid, Tagetes-Extrakt (enthält 20% Lutein und 2,5% Zeaxanthin), Tomaten-Extrakt (enthält 5% Lycopin), Füllstoff mikrokristalline Cellulose, Calcium-D-pantothenat, Riboflavin, Beta-Carotin, D-Biotin, Phytomenadion, Cholecalciferol, Pteroylmonoglutaminsäure, Cyanocobalamin
|Abmessungen der Kapseln|
Inhalt: 180 Kapseln
Verzehrempfehlung: Erwachsene täglich 1 Kapsel mit viel Wasser.
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