One of the most common questions we receive from our customers is: How and when should I take my vitamins?
Today we wanted to shed some light on this important topic and answer typical questions in connection with supplements and vitamins.
We´ve also added some ideas for innovative uses of our products and suggestions on how you can find the perfect product combination for yourself.
Water-soluble vitamins are not stored by the body. Since they are eliminated in the urine, we require a continuous daily supply in our diet.
Water-soluble vitamins include vitamin C and the B’s: thiamin (B1), riboflavin (B2), niacin (B3), pantothenic acid (B5), pyridoxine (B6), biotin (B7), folic acid (B9), and cobalamin (B12).
Natural Vitamin C Complex
Vitamin C is a true all-round genius. For this reason, we have developed a highly effective formula that provides you with 1284% of the recommended daily intake (NRV) of vitamin C. Our capsules contain the concentrated power of rose hips, acerola cherries, camu camu extract and citrus bioflavonoids, are 100% natural and have a high bioavailability.
Dosage: Take 3 capsules daily (spread throughout the day with food and water).
Vitamin B Complex
B vitamins are responsible for numerous metabolic functions and support mental and physical performance. Our highly potent vitamin B complex contains all 8 essential B vitamins: B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, biotin, folic acid & B12. Thanks to the slow release capsules, ONE capsule is sufficient daily.
Dosage: Take 1 capsule daily (in the morning with food and water).
Large doses of minerals can compete with each other to be absorbed. Don’t use calcium, zinc, or magnesium supplements at the same time. Ideally minerals should be taken with food.
In case you are taking several mineral supplements, have them at different meals or snacks.
Optimize the function of your nervous system with this highly effective mineral! One capsule contains 448 mg pure trimagnesium dicitrate (for improved absorption). If you live an active or stressful life, then this popular magnesium supplement can be a huge help for you!
Recommended dosage: Take 1-7 capsules daily (in the evening before bed or spread throughout the day with water).
FULLNESIUM™ The Magnesium Complex
Fullnesium is the ultimate chelated magnesium supplement, containing a full-spectrum blend of 5 types of magnesium (magnesium bisglycinate, magnesium oxide, magnesium citrate, magnesium taurate, and magnesium malate).
Recommended dosage: Take 2 capsules daily (in the evening before bed or spread throughout the day with water)
Maximum bioavailability is something we focus on in all our formulas. Due to this reason we have already added certain ingredients to optimize the absorption of vitamins and minerals.
By choosing the right combination of products you can improve their effectiveness. A good example is vitamin D.
Consider taking vitamin D together with vitamin K2
Vitamin D and K2 work with one another to maintain tight control over calcium levels in the body. A growing body of research shows that the combination of these two vitamins provides powerful support to the body, including optimal bone health, arterial health and immune system balance.
If you have any health conditions that require regular medication, you should always check with your doctor before taking supplements.
Taking multiple drugs and/or supplements can increase your risk for side effects and adverse interactions, including cognitive impairment. Even herbal supplements from natural sources can have potent active ingredients and dangerous interactions with drugs, other supplements, and certain foods and beverages.
You should also be extra cautious if you are pregnant. When you're pregnant what you eat is the main source of nutrients for your baby. That's why the needs for most nutrients are increased during pregnancy. Always consult with your doctor in order to avoid risks and ensure the best possible nutrient combination.
Please note: Certain vitamins or supplements should NOT be taken during pregnancy at all. For example studies have shown that large doses of synthetic or preformed vitamin A in supplements can be dangerous and not only cause harm to you, but also your baby.
Many of our supplements can be used in innovative ways for beverages or cooking as well.
Here are some examples:
Here are some general rules of thumb that will help you benefit more from your supplement.
Finding the right supplements for you depends largely on your diet and lifestyle. You should also take in consideration the time of the year and specific situations such as pregnancy or an intense training regimen.
The first question you should ask yourself before taking supplements is: What do I need?
Your nutritional needs depend on:
A few examples:
We always recommend consulting a doctor or an experienced dietician.
We hope this information was helpful. If you need further information you can always check the product pages on our website or contact us directly. We are happy to provide you with more detailed information about our products!
Does this sound familiar to you: Gastroscopies, colonoscopies, lactose intolerance tests, stool tests, blood work and allergy tests?
And no concrete result could be found in any test?
Then perhaps you also suffer from irritable bowel syndrome.
There are many causes of irritable bowel syndrome and many different treatments to cure it.
Learn in this article which vitamins, minerals and other supplements can help you to get your irritable bowel under control.
Hand on heart: How many hours do you sleep every night?
Less than 7 hours?! Then you should read on now!
Because sleep is extremely important for your health. About seven to eight hours of sleep is optimal so that our body can really recover from everyday life, renew its cells and strengthen your defenses.
However, there are many people in the world who suffer from sleep disorders. Falling asleep quickly and sleeping through the night is a real struggle for them.
According to studies, there are even more and more people with sleep problems nowadays.
Learn what you can do to improve your sleep quality in this article.
Does this situation sound familiar to you: One night you're eating fast food with your friends and the next morning you have several blemishes on your face. As tasty as the burgers and fries were, sometimes unhealthy eating leaves unsightly marks on the skin.
Why is that? All the nutrients we consume reach the skin via the blood.
But food doesn't always have to cause blemishes. There are also foods that are good for your skin.
We tell you which vitamins, minerals and fats are particularly good for the skin and can even positively influence your skin appearance.