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Foundational Food supplements

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Good nutrition makes the difference

All of our vital bodily functions depend on the presence of vitamins and minerals to help support a healthy and active lifestyle. Those important nutrients are found in many different fruits and vegetables, that is why eating a variety of foods is the best way to ensure that your body gets all the vitamins and minerals you need each day. Today’s lifestyle often doesn’t leave enough time for a truly nourishing diet, or we simply skip meals. Fresh food is often replaced by convenience products and constraints on our time often lead to a diet low in nutrients. Food supplements are a good supplementary source of missing nutrients, which can help ensure a balanced diet, optimal health and general well-being.

Which nutrients are important?

Pure life: vitamins : Vitamins are vital for all basic metabolic functions such as the processing of other nutrients and forming of blood cells, hormones, genetic material and chemicals in the nervous system. Vitamins are classified as ‘water-soluble’or ‘fat-soluble’ depending on their chemical properties.‘Water-soluble’ vitamins include vitamin C and the B vitamins. Vitamins A, D, E and K. are ‘fat-soluble’ vitamins.

Powerful experts: minerals : Minerals prompt the growth and repair functions in all body cells, while also playing a vital role in other more complex chemical systems, mainly in the nervous system. Minerals such as calciumplay a key part in the repair of bones and teeth. Iron is essential for the proper functioning of haemoglobin (a protein in red blood cells) and magnesium performs more than 300 biochemical functions in the body!

Natural defense: antioxidants : Free radicals can damage the DNA of the body’s cells through oxidation, potentially leading to disease and accelerated ageing. Antioxidants help to protect the body’s cells by combating the free radicals that cause cell damage. Common antioxidants include vitamins C and E, as well as other vitamin-like compounds such as carotenoids (alpha- and beta-carotene), lycopene and lutein, but also trace minerals such as selenium.

Nature’s wonder: phytonutrients : Nutrients found in plants have always been part of the chemical makeup of fruits and vegetables. It is only in more recent years that specific phytonutrients have been isolated, identified and studied for their many beneficial qualities. Worldwide research now recognises that a diet rich in phytonutrients can help promote optimal health. Phytonutrients are naturally-occurring chemical compounds found in plants. These powerful compounds are thought to naturally help protect the body and optimise the effectiveness of key vitamins.

 
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