Healthy supplements

In recent years, scientific research into nutrients has revealed many of their effective properties. Global pollution and degradation of the quality of our food also means that the use of clean nutritional supplements is increasingly recommended. A healthy diet is of course the basis of a healthy life, but many people are unable to get all the necessary vitamins and minerals from their basic diet. A good supplement can provide a solution. You should not expect miracles from supplements, but scientific research shows that the supplements mentioned below are safe and work.

Types of Supplements

Fish oil

Fish oil improves concentration, protects blood vessels, stimulates muscle growth and accelerates fat burning.

Multivitamin

Multivitamin can be a useful addition to a diet. Please note: take a preparation without an extremely high dosage. High doses of iron, zinc, folic acid, molybdenum, beta-carotene and vitamin A are not healthy in the long term.

Vitamin D3

Vitamin D3 keeps your bones strong. Vitamin D3 is also responsible for protecting against heart attacks, allergies and cancer. Vitamin D3 also ensures bigger and stronger muscles. Men in particular generally have too little vitamin D3 in their blood and can therefore benefit from taking this vitamin.

Vitamin K

Vitamin K keeps blood vessels flexible, inhibits the build-up of fat mass, strengthens bones and increases testosterone production.
The dosage of this vitamin must be taken into account. Blood clots can occur at high doses.

Magnesium

Magnesium plays an important role in the production of hormones and the energy supply in your muscle, bone and brain cells. Because people generally eat too little fruit and vegetables to get enough magnesium, it may be wise to supplement the daily amount of magnesium with a magnesium supplement.

Broccoli extract

Broccoli is known to help remove carcinogens and female hormones. Since people do not eat broccoli every day, this extract can offer a solution.

Green tea extract

The polyphenols (antioxidants) in green tea provide a boost in fat burning. It causes an increase in testosterone levels, which promotes muscle growth. The polyphenols from green tea also have an inhibitory effect on inflammation in the body. The polyphenols from green tea can also help inhibit and combat certain types of cancer.

Grape seed extract

Grape seed extract inhibits cancer, suppresses appetite, reduces the conversion of testosterone into female hormones and helps protect against sunlight.

Ginger

Ginger has anti-inflammatory properties for joint pain. It further helps prevent prostate cancer and promotes glucose absorption from the blood by the muscles.

Ginko

A complex supplement. Ginko inhibits stress, protects blood vessels and has a broad anti-aging effect. ( Research: University of Bordeaux )

Resveratrol

Resveratrol slows down the aging process, ensures that muscle cells absorb more glucose and stimulates fat burning.