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All the 13 essential vitamins that our body needs every day reinforced with 2 immune system boosting minerals and magnesium
all the 13 essential vitamins in sufficient quantities to cover 100% of your daily needs
2 immune system boosting minerals: Zinc and Selenium
Magnesium to relieve the feeling of muscle tension
Just 1 capsule a day, 6-month supply
Contents: 1x Premium Multivitamin & Minerals [6-month supply] 180 capsules/180 days
Sufficient for 180 days
€0.14 / Capsule
Vitamins and minerals are indispensable substances that our body can't make by itself (in sufficient quantities) so we have to get them with food.
They take part in thousands of vital reactions in the body involved in:
helping us get the energy from the food we eat,
supporting growth and regeneration of all cells, tissues and organs,
protecting the body from infection,
supporting blood production, and a lot more.
We selected some favourites from the list of the daily and long-term support you will get from our Multivitamin & Minerals.
Body & Immune system strengthening
Muscle Tension Relief
Brain Health & Positive Mood
100% of your need, in 1 capsule
You probably already know what lifestyle factors can cause a lack of vitamins and minerals, but maybe you don’t know the statistic behind it.
You should correct these imbalances first:
Constant exposure to stress not only hampers our immune system but puts our body in a state of increased need for essential nutrients as vitamins and minerals - especially the ones that protect cells from the harmful effect of free radicals. It’s estimated that almost 75%** of people experience constant stress**.
More than 85%** of Europeans don’t eat the recommended “5 a day” of different fruits and vegetables, nor the recommended amount of at least 400** grams a day (which excludes potatoes and other starchy tubers).
Missing hours of sleep is a huge source of stress to our body. It interferes with the normal functioning of our hormones, and the digestive hormones in charge of making nutrients from food available to our body - hence increasing our need for vitamins and minerals. Scientist estimate that more than 30%** of people are lacking sleep for a prolonged period of time.
First, this is a risk factor for vitamin D deficiency**. The prevalence of vitamin D deficiency is 35% higher in obese people compared to people of normal weight and 24% higher in the overweight group.
Second, it puts our body in a state of hormonal and metabolic imbalance (= our body doesn’t function at its best) which translates into an impaired ability to utilize nutrients effectively.
Third, more than 51%** Europeans are overweight and more than 20%** are obese. The worldwide prevalence of obesity nearly doubled between 1980 and 2008, the World Health Organization warns.