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Vitamins and Supplements

On the importance of vitamins and nutritional supplements, what and to whom it is suitable, as well as whichone is the best to take, simply by observing a healthy lifestyle. 

​Vanadium: Why It’s Important
Vanadium (V) is a chemical element, which is needed in the human body to be presented in trace amounts (2 g daily requirement). In humans,…
​Zinc: Why It’s Needed
Macro element zinc (Zn) directs, supervises and regulates all processes in the body and supports the cells and enzyme systems necessary for…
​Chromium: Why It's Important
Chromium (Cr) is a macro element contained in the body including brain, muscle, adrenal glands. It is an integral part of all fats.Chromium…
​Selenium: How It Affects the Body
Selenium (Se) is an important macro-element. For many years it has been considered a poisonous substance. Since the beginning of the XX…
​Iodine: Implications for Health
The human body contains 25 milligrams of macro-element Iodine (I). The thyroid gland contains 15 mg of them. The rest is concentrated in the…
​Iron: Why It’s Important
The macro element of iron (Fe) contained in the blood, liver, spleen, bone marrow. The adult human body contains 3-5 grams of iron. 75-80% of…
​Sulfur: Why It’s Important
Sulfur (S) is a macro element, which is part of the amino acids such as cysteine and methionine. In humans, this substance is found mainly in…
​Vitamin E: How Does It Work
Vitamin E is an intracellular antioxidant. It has many important functions in the human body, maintaining the health, youth and…
​Vitamin D: Where Its Contained
Vitamin D is fat soluble and it is formed under the action of an ultraviolet radiation. The main function of vitamin D is to ensure normal…
​Silicon: Why It’s Needed
Silicon (Si), otherwise known as silica, is the most common chemical element in the nature after oxygen. In humans, its composition is 7 grams…
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