Various nutrients

Understanding health better - that's what we want to explore in the following topics around nutrition and explain an optimal nutrient supply. Our aim is to share knowledge so that you can take your health into your own hands.

amino acids

In the medical field, the smallest building blocks of proteins are called amino acids. To build proteins (synonym: proteins), the amino acids are therefore absolutely necessary. Read more here.

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Coenzym Q10

Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like compound produced by the body. It plays an important role in the energy production of cells, has an antioxidant effect and influences the immune system. Coenzyme Q10 belongs to the ubiquinones, which are found in all living cells.

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Eggshell membrane

Pain-free with eggshell membrane? How does it work? We are all familiar with the robust egg membrane of hard-boiled or freshly cracked eggs, which sticks to the inside of the lime shell. This fine membrane, the so-called eggshell membrane, consists of two thin layers of connective tissue. Read more here.

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Ginseng: the main uses

Panax ginseng C. A. Meyer is a very ancient medicinal plant that originated in regions of China and Korea. There, ginseng has been used as a medicinal plant for over 2000 years in both traditional Chinese and Korean medicine.

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Lysine is an essential amino acid which, among other things, has antiviral properties (against fever blisters) and is a building block of collagen. A deficiency of lysine leads to growth disorders and reduced immune function. Read more here.

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Omega-3 fatty acids

Due to their good safety profile, omega-3 fatty acids offer themselves as a therapeutic option for a very wide range of indications, either as monotherapy or in addition to pharmacotherapy. Read more here.

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