Nutritional Supplements

Nutritional supplements are products that provide vitamins, minerals, trace elements, amino acids, fatty acids or other substances to cover daily requirements.
They are available in various forms such as tablets, capsules, powders or liquids and have become increasingly popular in recent years.
When choosing a food supplement, it is very important to look for a high-quality product with the best possible purity.

  • Psyllium Husks

    Psyllium husks are very rich in fibre and can promote healthy digestion, stabilise blood sugar levels and lower cholesterol levels.

  • Omega 3

    Omega-3 fatty acids are essential, polyunsaturated fatty acids which play a crucial role in maintaining optimal health.

  • St John’s Wort

    St John's Wort is a well-known medicinal plant that can alleviate mental disorders, skin problems, wound healing and inflammatory diseases.

  • Taurine

    The amino acid taurine is associated with a variety of vital processes in the body and should be supplied in sufficient quantities.

  • Black Seed Oil

    Black seed oil has various positive health effects and can be used externally and internally.

  • Probiotics

    The term probiotic means "for life" and describes microorganisms that are important for overall health.

  • Propolis

    Propolis is a product that is produced by bees and is said to have various health benefits.

Are nutritional supplements useful?

Today’s lifestyle, eating habits and environmental factors can mean that some people do not have an adequate supply of all the necessary nutrients. Dietary supplements are intended to help compensate for deficiencies and correct imbalances. This may be particularly necessary for people with certain dietary preferences (e.g. vegetarians, vegans), but also for patients with metabolic disorders and toxin exposure. Therefore, nutritional supplementation is definitely useful, provided it has been individually planned by a specialist.

What are the areas of application of nutritional supplements?

The areas of application of nutritional supplements are diverse. Vitamins and minerals can strengthen the immune system, support energy metabolism and promote bone health. Omega-3 fatty acids are often recommended for heart health, while antioxidants such as vitamins C and E can help reduce oxidative stress.

Athletes often take protein supplements to help build muscle. Pregnant women often take folic acid and iron to support fetal development. Vitamin D is often recommended in regions with little sunlight to ensure bone health.

What is important to bear in mind when taking supplements?

There are a few points that must be followed when taking supplements:

  • Individual parameters should be checked with an experienced doctor to avoid imbalances and overdoses. In this way, the body can be optimally strengthened. Taking dietary supplements without prior diagnosis can have health consequences under certain circumstances.
  • When choosing food supplements, products should be used that are free from toxic substances and chemical additives.
  • The ingredients should be selected in such a way that the molecular structure of the active ingredients is bioavailable and of high quality.

Nutritional supplements can be useful to optimally strengthen the body. Prior diagnostics to correctly identify deficiencies and metabolic disorders should always be carried out before taking the supplement.