Vitamin C

Nutrition Library Vitamin C General Information Vitamin C is water-soluble and cannot be produced by the body (making it an essential vitamin). It is not stored in the body and must therefore be consumed in sufficient amounts every day. Intake levels are generally...

Magnesium

Nutrition Library Magnesium General Information Magnesium is one of the ten most common elements in the earth’s crust. It is found in nature in combination with other minerals and in the leafy greens of plants. Accurate measurement of magnesium level in the body...

Calcium

Nutrition Library Calcium General Information Calcium is the “bone mineral.” It is the most abundant mineral in the body (approx. 1 kg), approx. 99% of which is bound in the skeletal system. The German population is, in general, adequately supplied with...

Iron

Nutrition Library Iron General Information Iron is an important trace element and is of central importance in human metabolism. According to WHO, iron deficiency (and thus anemia) is the most common nutrient deficiency worldwide. Iron deficiency and iron deficiency...

Iodine

Nutrition Library Iodine General Information Iodine is an essential micronutrient. Iodine is known for its critical importance for the thyroid The soil in mid-Europe, as well as in many other countries worldwide, is considered low in iodine. Hence, it is not possible...