DAILY VITAMINS & MINERALS
CHF 20.00 – CHF 134.00
Your daily vitality insurance! Contains 29 essential vitamins and minerals
Use: 1 tablet, preferably in the morning with a little water.
A daily tablet covers the daily needs in vitamins & minerals
Why are the vitamins and minerals provided by food alone not enough? Because the quality of our food has changed a lot:
Industrial treatments: the vast majority of foods consumed in our modern societies go through this type of treatment (pre-cutting, pre-washing, pre-cooking, ionization, pasteurization, etc.), which inevitably contributes to reducing the levels of micronutrients.
Intensive agriculture: it is responsible for the impoverishment of the soil in nutrients, which can therefore no longer be found in plants.
Additives and pollutants: they also reduce antioxidant levels.
Because other factors increase our needs.
Many other factors that we are confronted with most of the time lead to an increase in our need for vitamins and minerals:
Stress: urinary elimination of magnesium is accelerated when we are subjected to stress (whatever it is), thereby increasing our need for this nutrient.
Smoking (including passive smoking): tobacco destroys a large part of our vitamin C, and contributes to the deterioration of our vitamin E, our vitamins B9 and B12, and our carotene.
Pollution: it reduces our ability to correctly synthesize vitamin D during exposure to the sun, and causes us to suffer a depletion of antioxidant vitamins.
Sport: our needs for magnesium, zinc, vitamins B1, B6, C and E, and sometimes iron, are increased.
The sun: the β-carotene content in our skin decreases with too long exposure.
Age: our absorption and synthesis capacities decline over the years, and our defense systems require larger amounts of antioxidant vitamins, vitamin B6, magnesium, zinc and selenium, to protect us properly against aggression exterior.
Medicines: Hormonal treatments, anticoagulants or anti-epileptics, to name but a few, can reduce the absorption of certain micronutrients, interfere with their metabolism or accelerate their catabolism.
Vitamins and their virtues
Vitamin A or retinol: it is involved in bone growth, the proper functioning of eyesight and immune defenses.
Vitamin B1 or thiamine: its deficiency causes polyneuritis (inflammation of the nerves).
Viteamin B2 or riboflavin: it is necessary for the production of digestion enzymes.
Vitamin B3 or niacin: its deficiency causes skin, digestive and nervous problems.
Vitamin B6 or pyridoxine: its deficiency induces skin disorders, depression and anemia.
Vitamin B0 or folic acid: its deficiency leads to anemia, depression and in pregnant women the risk of malformation of the fetal nervous system.
Vitamin B12 (cobalamin): its deficiency mainly leads to anemia.
Vitamin C or ascorbic acid: this vitamin promotes resistance to infections. It has a powerful antioxidant action and promotes the absorption of iron. Its severe deficiency results in a disease called scurvy.
Vitamin D: it promotes bone stability by helping the body to absorb calcium. It plays an important role in the formation of muscles and thus prevents the risk of falling by ensuring good muscle mass.
Vitamin E or tocopherol: it has a protective effect on the cells of the body.
Vitamin K: is necessary for blood clotting.
Use: 1 capsule per day with a little liquid
|1 shelf||AJR / ETD *|
|Energetic value||10,5 kJ / 2,5 kcal|
|of which fatty acids||<0,2 g|
|Beta carotene||0,6 mg||12%|
|Vitamin A (retinyl palmitate)||1600 mcg||200%|
|Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)||60 mg||75%|
|Vitamin D (ergocalciferol)||2,5 mcg||50%|
|Vitamin E (d-alpha tocopherol)||33 mg||275%|
|Vitamine B1 (thiamine)||1,5 mg||137%|
|Vitamine B2 (riboflavine)||1,7 mg||122%|
|Vitamin PP (niacin)||20 mg||125%|
|Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)||2 mg||144%|
|1 shelf||AJR / ETD *|
|Vitamine B12 (cyanocobalaimine)||6 mcg||240%|
|Folic acid||400 mcg||200%|
|Pantothenic acid||10 mg||167%|