Among other things it's contained in beetroot
- contributes to normal homocysteine metabolic in
Found in crabs
- contributes to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels in
Among other things it's contained in eggs, wheat germ, soybeans, nuts
- contributes to normal homocysteine metabolism in
- contributes to normal fat metabolism in
- contributes to the maintenance of normal liver function in
Among other things it's contained in sprats and sardines
- Chondroitin is included in the normal cartilage and the synovial fluid and is responsible for the resistance of cartilage to compressive load.
InfoChondroitin is made of long sugar chains, forming giant molecules, which make up a large part of the cartilage.
Among other things it's included in aspic and scalded foods
- Glucosamine is included in the normal cartilage and the synovial fluid.
InfoGlucosamine is an amino sugar, which is a sugar molecule, on which hangs a nitrogen. Glucosamine was the first Amminozucker was discovered, namely 1875 - in lobster tanks.
Found in rooster combs, of all things!
- Hyaluronic acid is one component of the synovial fluid.
InfoThe hyaluronic acid has the ability to bind large amounts of water. That it stabilizes the joints under pressure, such as the nucleus pulposus of the intervertebral disc.
Among other things it's contained in gelatin gummy bears
- Collagen is a structural protein that is a protein that is responsible for the strength and the flexibility of the connective tissue.
InfoUnder hydrolyzate enzymatically treated collagen is understood that this is water soluble. 25% to 30% of the protein of animals and humans are collagen.
Among other things it's found in meat and fish
- increases physical performance speed strength training as part of short-term intensive physical activity
- In people who have problems with the digestion of lactose, lactase improves the Lactoseverdauung
- helps to shorten the sleep
Are among other things contained in kefir and acidified milk products
- Probiotics are live bacteria (Pro Bios - for life) that enter in active form in the human intestine.
- There they can settle between the existing bacteria and become part of the intestinal flora.
InfoIn the intestine live trillions of bacteria. This natural colonization 400-500 consists of different types and is important for the function of the intestines. They help in digestion of food and assist the gut's immune system.
Are among other things found in meat, fish, milk and dairy products
- contribute to an increase in muscle mass in
- contribute to the preservation of muscle mass in
- contribute to the maintenance of normal bone in