Basic Knowledge Overview
A balanced intake of micronutrients is the foundation for good overall health. However, it is not always possible to receive enough micronutrients solely from the food we eat. Find out here what micronutrients actually are, how they can be effectively used, the aims of micronutrient treatment, and how to identify good quality products.
Micronutrients: Requirements and Intake Recommendations
Micronutrient requirements, such as vitamins and minerals, depend on factors such as age, lifestyle, and medication intake. Certain factors, e.g., illnesses, can increase an individual’s intake requirements − often to such an extent that the normal intake recommendations no longer apply. Find out here what effect these factors have and if the standard recommendations apply to you.
Micronutrient Medicine: What is it?
Micronutrients are the foundation for a healthy body and therefore a healthy psyche. When applied correctly, they help promote well-being and reduce the risk of contracting many different kinds of illnesses. What’s more: Micronutrients can be applied therapeutically in the treatment of many types of illnesses. Find out more here about the fundamentals and aims of micronutrient medicine.
What makes a good micronutrient preparation?
The market for food supplements is immense. This has advantages as well as disadvantages: On the one hand, customers are now able to buy almost any type of preparation. On the other hand, there are a lot of poor-quality preparations which are advertised using dubious claims. This is why we have compiled a list of the most important aspects to look out for when choosing micronutrient preparations.
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