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Vitamins and minerals are nutrients that the body needs in small amounts to function optimally and maintain good health.

Vitamins are organic compounds that help regulate various biological processes in the body. They act as cofactors for enzymes and are necessary for energy production, immune function, hormone regulation and much more.

Minerals are inorganic substances that are important for maintaining several body functions. They support bone health, the nervous system, heart function, muscle contraction and many other biological processes. Minerals include, for example, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc and potassium. They are divided into macrominerals, which the body needs in larger quantities, and trace elements, which are needed in smaller quantities.

Both vitamins and minerals are necessary for the body to function properly. If you wish to ensure an adequate supply of vitamins and minerals, dietary supplements can be a beneficial addition. Find affordable, high-quality and effective vitamin and mineral supplements at 5VE MORE.

Basic functions of minerals

Microelement Function
Calcium Stimulates bone and tooth formation. Initiates muscle contraction and is required for nerve impulse transmission. Reduces the absorption of fat in the intestine, increased release of fatty acids and reduced production of fatty acids.
Chlorine Required for nerve impulse transmission and production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach
Magnesium Is part of the structural component of the skeleton. Stimulates the production of protein and certain enzymes.
Potassium Required for initiation of nerve impulses, muscle contraction and pH balance
Phosphorus Stimulates the formation of bones and is required for optimal muscle function.
Sodium Regulates blood volume, nerve impulse generation and transmission, muscle contraction, pH balance
Sulfur pH balance and liver function

Macro element Function
Chromium Makes the function of insulin more efficient
Cobalt Constitutes a component of vitamin B12
Copper Regulates iron absorption, formation of connective tissue and hemoglobin
Fluoride Stimulates bone and tooth formation
Iodine Forms a central component of the thyroid hormones T3 and T4
Iron Required for oxygen transport in hemoglobin and myoglobin. Forms a central component in some enzymes. Stimulates the immune system.
Manganese Constitutes a structural component in enzymes involved in energy metabolism. Stimulates skeletal formation and production of fatty acids
Molybdenum has a central role in carbohydrate and fat metabolism.
Selenium Supports the function of the antioxidant enzyme glutathione peroxidase
Zinc Stimulates the production of protein (protein synthesis), the immune system, tissue repair, energy metabolism and antioxidant activity.

The basic functions of vitamins

Vitamin A
Important for vision and night vision.
Supports the immune system and skin health.
Needed for normal cell division and growth.

Vitamin D
Crucial for calcium absorption and bone health.
Supports the immune system.
Can have a positive effect on mood and mental health.

Vitamin E
Acts as an antioxidant, protecting cells from damage.
Supports skin health.
May have a role in the immune system.

Vitamin K
Important for blood clotting, helps stop bleeding.
May be involved in bone metabolism and bone health.

Vitamin C
Strong antioxidant that helps protect cells and tissues.
Supports collagen production for the health of the skin, bones and blood vessels.
Improves iron absorption from herbal sources.

B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B9, B12)
Plays various roles in metabolism and energy production.
Supports the nervous system and mental well-being.
B9 (folate) is important for cell division and especially during pregnancy.