Which vitamins should I supplement?

We have prepared for you a small overview with videos regarding the vitamins, minerals and trace elements that, in our opinion, should be supplemented if necessary, even despite a healthy diet, and whose levels you can keep an eye on to improve your own well-being and health.

Vitamin C - The cell repair vitamin

In this video it is described in brief but very precisely, what services vitamin C performs in general, but also in relation to Corona in the body and why it is important for maintaining health. Vitamin C should be supplied on the one hand through food in its natural form and in very high doses, on the other hand can always be supplemented additionally and there is no such thing as too much with this vitamin, because it is water soluble and excess amounts are excreted.

In acute stress phases, in winter and in the case of an incipient or present illness, a great deal of vitamin C should be taken in, if necessary even intravenously.

Magnesium - The most important mineral for bones, muscles and joints

Here you can learn more about magnesium and its co-factors, i.e. which other substances are metabolized together with magnesium. These include, for example, vitamin D and calcium, which is why you should take them together with magnesium. It should be noted that many preparations do not have the quality to be really well absorbed. In case of an overdose of magnesium, it has a laxative effect, which is why, as long as no liposomal intake takes place, one is relatively well protected from an overdose, even if one takes more of it.
Magnesium glycinate is one of the most compatible and bioavailable forms of magnesium.

Vitamin K protects your vessels

An often underestimated but very important vitamin is vitamin K.
Vitamin K is fat-soluble and can therefore be ideally absorbed with food because it usually always contains fat anyway.

The tasks of vitamin K are:

  • Dissolve vascular deposits
  • anti-cancer
  • regulates and optimizes calcium levels
  • improves mode of action of vitamin D
  • If there is too little vitamin K in the blood, the vessel walls absorb calcium, which is otherwise transported away by the vitamin K.
  • seems to be able to break down kidney stones
  • Vitamin D and K can prevent heart disease because they support matrix GLA protein synthesis

Vitamin D - The sunshine vitamin for bone formation and good humor

Combination preparations are often recommended. However, it is more advisable to use two products for vitamin D and K supplementation.
One should regulate vitamin D3 intake independently of K2. This makes sense simply because of the seasonal change in the body's own vitamin D3 production. The D3-K2 combination hype is proven nonsense. There is no need for a direct combination of the two substances, yet the body needs both vitamins for different purposes.


Mineral Zinc - The all-rounder

Zinc is an essential trace element for our metabolism.
Zinc deficiency is difficult to detect because there are many symptoms that can be misinterpreted.

Zinc has many important tasks in the body:

  • Hormone balance
  • Fertility
  • Skin, hair , nails
  • Wound healing
  • Immune system esp. formation of white blood cells
  • Performance - University of Texas
  • Ability to concentrate
  • helps with nervous weakness, depression, anorexia

Zinc can help get rid of a cold faster.
It has an anti-inflammatory effect and can prevent autoimmune diseases.

Zinc sulfate supplement (not on amazon)

Quercetin - The best cancer killer

Quercetin is a relatively unknown plant pigment in German-speaking countries.
This helps against cold viruses, cancer, sore throat and is strongly antipyretic.

Quercetin is contained, among other things, in the skins of red onions, so you can make an excellent decoction from them. Also in lovage, capers and elderberries can be found a lot of quercetin.

The American Cancer Society has studied the intake of quercetin, curcumin and vitamin D3 and found that intake has a very positive effect on the risk of colorectal cancer and enables the treatment of colorectal cancer and skin cancer.

Omega 3 - moisturizing and cell elasticity from the inside

Omega-3 fatty acids have various effects and benefits:

  • Keep cell membrane intact
  • Omega-3 has an anti-inflammatory effect
  • Supply of the joints with synovial fluid
  • Formation of defense cells
  • Protection against infectious diseases
  • Regulation of blood lipid levels

Especially pregnant women are encouraged to supplement omega-3.

The omega-3 / omega-6 ratio is often no longer in balance due to our current diet, this ratio can be determined by means of a test and then one can, if necessary, appropriately counteract and bring the ratio back towards a balance.
Algae oil, for example, is ideal for this purpose.


N-acetylcysteine - Much more than just an expectorant

N-acetylcysteine is formed in the liver from the amino acids serine and methionine and has various functions in the body:

  • NAC is involved in the formation of cartilage, skin, hair and nails.
  • helps in the elimination of heavy metals
  • Involved in blood glucose regulation
  • has a strong expectorant and expectorant effect and is suitable for all people suffering from lung diseases and for smokers to protect the lungs

B vitamins - More brain power and protection against aging

This video describes the most important vitamins from the B vitamin group, which include:

  • B1
  • B12
  • B2
  • B3
  • B6

B vitamins are needed above all for energy metabolism.

It is best to take a B vitamin complex in active form, because it is easier for the body to convert it. It is important to supplement the B vitamin complex with magnesium.

Vitamin E - tocotrienols

This video takes a closer look at a subspecies of the group of E vitamins. It is the so-called tocotrienols. These prolong cellular age and, like vitamin E in general, can be considered free radical scavengers.
Tocotrienols act in particular:

  • against microcirculatory disorders in the brain, which are considered a precursor to dementia and Alzheimer's disease
  • against joint pain
  • against skin disorders
  • in combination with chemotherapy or independently as a cancer inhibitor

According to Dr. med. Dirk Wiechert, a-tocopherol should only be used to a limited extent, as it tends to have negative effects above a certain amount.

Glutathione - The super antioxidant

In this video, glutathione metabolism and many other important information on the subject is explained in detail.
Glutathione is an endogenous tripeptide that consists of three amino acids. Also check out our article about natural ways to increase the body's glutathione level an.

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