Effect and task of important micronutrients

Differentiation between macro and micronutrients


  • protein
  • fats
  • carbohydrates


  • amino acids
  • vitamins
  • minerals
  • enzymes
  • trace elements
  • secondary plant substances
  • essential fatty acids

Important micronutrients with antioxidant effects


  • B vitamins
  • vitamin C
  • OPC
  • Q10
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin D3
  • vitamin 3
  • vitamin k

trace elements

  • selenium
  • zinc
  • copper
  • sulfur
  • germanium
  • lithium
  • glutathione
  • iodine

Important micronutrients for the acid-base balance

  • calcium
  • magnesium
  • potassium
  • sodium
  • phosphorus

Important micronutrients for cell metabolism

  • Magnesijm
  • zinc
  • iodine
  • B vitamins
  • cobalt
  • boron
  • chrome
  • amino acids

Important micronutrients for the immune system

  • iron
  • zinc
  • copper
  • vitamin C
  • Vitamin D3
  • selenium
  • amino acids

Essential Amino Acids
All amino acids are essential for the functioning of immunological processes and vital assembly and degradation processes.

Unfortunately, science only focuses on the essential nutrients; the large number of non-essential nutrients contained in food are hardly examined at all. However, there is increasing evidence that these are also involved in a wide range of regeneration, transport and metabolic processes. The same applies to the enzymes, whose importance for health should not be underestimated. In order to obtain the non-essential plant substances and high-quality enzymes when taking dietary supplements, it is recommended to combine dietary supplements with a source of diverse natural substances such as (algae, barley grass, herbs and vegetable mixtures.)

We have now explicitly worked out a vitamin for you:

Vitamin D - the sunshine vitamin

Vitamin D3 is not hype but an enormously important vitamin for our overall health and essential for a functioning immune system. Vitamin D3 can also be called the "inner doctor" because it is essential for our overall health. Vitamin D3 is one of the basic nutrients that the body needs to function. It is a very special vitamin because it is not ingested through food, but can only be formed through the skin's metabolism through exposure to the sun. It is then converted several times via various metabolic processes until it finally controls basic body and immune functions as a hormone. Many studies and research have shown that healthy vitamin D levels have amazing effects on our overall health. It has a significant influence on the entire calcium balance and thus also on healthy bones and vessels. It is essential for the activity of our killer and defense cells and ensures that the intestine can absorb calcium and phosphate from food and pass it on to the body. Vitamin D also has a major impact on insulin production and thyroid hormone production. The effects of vitamin D in the body have been researched for years and it is becoming clearer every year that vitamin D has an enormously important, stabilizing effect on health in almost all areas of the body.

Vitamin D is involved in the following important body processes:

  • effect on our genome
  • effect on our immune system
  • Effect on our mineral balance
  • effect on our cardiovascular system
  • Effect on nerves and brain
  • Effect on children's development

In order for vitamin D to be effective, not only must an adequate supply of this vitamin be ensured, but also the presence of co-factors such as vitamin K² and magnesium. Therefore, when buying, pay attention not only to pure substances but also to the optimal bioavailable composition.

Since vitamin D cannot be produced in the body without exposure to the sun, it becomes particularly important from autumn and generally in the cool season that we ensure an adequate vitamin D 3 level and supplement it with good food supplements. Especially in the cold season, our immune system needs sufficient support with immune-boosting nutrients. Worldwide clinical studies have clearly shown that most of the sick and immunocompromised have an extreme deficiency of Vit D.