Natural vitamins have better bioavailability
Conventional, synthetic vitamins differ greatly from natural vitamins, both chemically and structurally. Natural vitamins consist of numerous different components. Various enzymes, co-enzymes and many other factors are responsible for ensuring that the body can also absorb and process the vitamins.
Natural vitamins are better absorbed by the body than chemical ones.
Synthetic "vitamins", on the other hand, act like a foreign chemical that tries to imitate part of the vitamin in question. For example, vitamin C is actually a vitamin C complex and consists of several important components. The ascorbic acid, which can be bought isolated as a food supplement in the drugstore, is only the outer shell of the vitamin C complex. If we consume it in an artificial, synthetic form, it is excreted by the body almost without effect.
If only a single, isolated part of the vitamin C complex is taken in synthetic form, the body has to draw all other components from the body's existing vitamin reservoir in order to be able to process the synthetic substance as a real vitamin at all.
In our range, you will therefore only find natural, complete vitamins that can be better absorbed by the body and are healthier in the long run than their synthetic competitors. Natural vitamin C is a complex of up to 8 components and each of them is important for the body to ensure bioavailability and tolerance.
Since vitamins work best when combined with other appropriate vitamins, it is recommended to use natural multi-vitamin supplements or to combine different natural vitamins so that the body can use them better.
- Vitamin E and vitamin A with vitamin C
- B vitamins with zinc
- Folic acid with vitamin B12 and vitamin C
- Omega-3 fatty acids with vitamins to protect against oxidation.
- Coenzyme Q10 with selenium
- Vitamin D with vitamin K2
For this reason, you will find correspondingly high-quality preparations in our range, such as "Super 40", "Vitamin B Complex" or "Vitamin K2+D3" with natural vitamins.