A complex vitamin and mineral preparation in the form of handy and easy-to-swallow capsules! The formula was based on the highest quality vitamins and minerals, in such proportions and doses to maximally accelerate their replenishment in the event of a deficiency. Just one capsule a day is enough to strengthen the whole body. QNT Daily Vitamins is an advanced preparation based on the most important vitamins and minerals, many of which are physically active. It is important to realize that the body's need for micro-organisms and macronutrients increases with physical activity. It is a preparation created for people who are serious about sport and their masters associated with it.
QNT DAILY VITAMINS - WORLD QUALITY AT A GOOD PRICE! COMPREHENSIVE COMPOSITION AND SPECIFIC DOSES OF HIGH-QUALITY VITAMINS AND MINERALS EASY AND COMFORTABLE SUPPLEMENTATION FAST COMPLETE NEGLIGENERS MICRO AND MACROELECTIVE DEPOSITS
Iron is a mineral essential for health. It is a key component of numerous enzymes, necessary for the preservation of energy and the proper functioning of the immune system. Vitamin is involved in the burning of fats and the production of energy necessary for the functioning of the body, positively affects the functioning of the circulatory system and acts preventively against heart attacks. In addition, it brings relief from indigestion and relieves the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome.
Zinc - one of the most important minerals for the human body, which can be seen in the case of its shortage of negative effects reflecting on health and functioning. It is a professional preparation that was created for people who know their needs and are looking for high quality products that will be able to cover them. It is part of many enzymes that determine the proper course of metabolic processes, but also involved in the synthesis of DNA and RNA. Zinc determines proper bone mineralization, accelerates wound healing and has an effect on blood pressure.
Selenium helps in maintaining the proper course of spermatogenesis, helps maintain the health of hair and nails, and even strengthens the immune system. On the other hand, thanks to antioxidant properties, it protects cells against the activity of free oxygen radicals. In addition, it helps maintain the health of your hair and nails (it affects their appearance). It is worth emphasizing that it also supports the thyroid in proper functioning.
Magnesium is necessary for the proper functioning of the human body. It is the main intracellular ion. It is a cation, i.e. a positively charged ion, which takes part in over 300 enzymatic reactions taking place in the cells of our body. The effects of its action are diverse, and the most important are the participation in the synthesis of proteins and DNA, or the basic information carrier in our body. In addition, magnesium reveals a key role in the process of muscle contraction and relaxation and neuromuscular excitability. Magnesium is also responsible for the correct structure of bones and teeth.
Copper - a microelement that affects our well-being, appearance and health. Effectively combats the bacteria and exerts anti-cancer effects. It ensures the proper functioning of the heart and is necessary for the construction of blood vessels. In addition, copper helps strengthen immunity and also prevents osteoporosis.
Iodine- is essential for normal thyroid function. Because iodine is present in large quantities only in fish, most people are not sufficiently stocked with this element. Iodine deficiency causes thyroid enlargement.
Vitamin C- ascorbic acid is a white, crystalline, water-soluble substance found in citrus fruits. Thanks to its antioxidant properties, it removes free radicals from the body and protects tissues from oxidative stress. It also supports the absorption of iron, preventing its oxidation. What's more, it is an important cofactor in the process of formation of collagen, connective tissue that strengthens arterial walls, skin, bones and teeth. The main task supporting the immune function of vitamin C is to increase the level of glutathione in lymphocytes, cells that make up 25% of all white blood cells in the blood.
Vitamin E- has many different functions. It stands right next to vitamins A and C, as all of them are powerful antioxidants with the task of protecting the body against oxidative stress and cell damage caused by free radicals. In addition, vitamin E inhibits the oxidation of LDL cholesterol, thus preventing the formation of atherosclerotic plaque. It actively participates in the synthesis of anticoagulants, preserves the proper permeability of cell membranes and minimizes the phenomenon of platelet aggregation, therefore it effectively prevents the formation of blood clots in the blood vessels. It is recommended for people who have high blood cholesterol. It can be used in prophylaxis against myocardial infarction. Research carried out so far has shown that vitamin E has an anti-cancer effect. Its high doses support the action of insulin and normalize the level of glucose in the blood. As if that was not enough, it participates in transmitting nerve signals throughout the body.
Vitamin B3- is needed to maintain a healthy cardiovascular system and metabolism, especially in the regulation of the appropriate level of cholesterol in the blood. In addition, niacin positively affects the proper functioning of the brain, prevents the occurrence of diabetes and cares for the proper condition of the skin.
Vitamin B5- is extremely important for the skin as well as hair. Deficiency of vitamin B5 in the body is manifested by pathological changes on the skin, such as keratosis or excessive exfoliation, pigmentation disorders as well as hair loss. Deficiency of this vitamin causes numbness in the toes.
Vitamin B6 - is a coenzyme of many enzymatic changes in the body including transamination and decarboxylation of amino acids. Particularly important is its participation in the transformation of tryptophan, which produces serotonin and nicotinic acid. It is essential in the process of phosphorylation, affects glycogenesis and glycogenolysis in muscles, plays an important role in immune and hematopoietic processes. It reduces the secretion of prolactin, which has a negative effect on men's libido. Symptoms of pyridoxine deficiency are nonspecific: skin lesions, inflammation of the tongue and oral mucosa, seizures, microcytic anemia non-pigmented or megaloblastic, polyneuritis, depression. Its lack may favor the development of oxalate urolithiasis. Pyridoxine is well absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract.
Vitamin B1- thiamine is a preparation aimed at the most demanding athletes who know what their body needs and look for specific vitamins to supplement their deficiencies. Vitamin B1 is very soluble in water, which directly affects its bioavailability. It plays an important role in tissue respiration processes, including metabolic carbohydrate metabolism. It is one of the most important vitamins, which deficiencies can lead to weakness, fatigue, problems with the eyes (nystagmus), circulatory insufficiency, disorders of the digestive system, and even in extreme cases to depression.
Vitamin B2 - plays an important role in the functioning of the body. It takes part in the transport of oxygen in the eye lens and protects against cataracts, which contributes to the normal vision process. In addition, vitamin enhances the action of insulin, protecting against insulin resistance and diabetes. It is necessary for secretion of cortisol, which is a hormone with anti-inflammatory properties. The most important role of vitamin B2 in the body is participation in oxidation and reduction processes. It ensures the proper functioning of the nervous system and affects the production of neurotransmitters: serotonin, dopamine and amino-butyric acid.
Vitamin B12 - participates in the production of red blood cells, affects the functioning of the nervous system, allows synthesis in cells, primarily bone marrow provides a good mood, mental balance helps in learning, in attention, plays a role in reproducing the genetic code, affects the system bone, stimulates the appetite.
Vitamin A- is essential for the proper functioning of the eyes and the immune system. It also regulates the cell growth cycle. Vitamin A deficiency has serious consequences especially in children. Statistics indicate that as many as 14 million pre-school children struggle with eye damage. Vitamin A deficiencies are also associated with more severe forms of infection, for example measles or diarrheal diseases. Vitamin A deficiencies occur when the amount of vitamins provided with the diet is disproportionate to the body's needs. Therefore, the need for this vitamin is particularly important in the phase of growth and development of the young body.
Vitamin D- together with calcium favorably affects the nervous system, prevents rickets, strengthens the heart and soothes inflammation. In addition, vitamin D regulates the secretion of insulin, which affects the appropriate level of sugar in the blood. Research shows that it stimulates the bone marrow to produce defense cells and prevents some cancers
Vitamin B9- folic acid helps in the efficient functioning of the liver, intestines and stomach and creates gastric juice. In addition, it reduces the risk of colon, stomach and cervical cancer. It has a calming and soothing effect on the senses. It helps to deal with stress. In the fetal period regulates the development of nerve cells. It is an improved form of folic acid biologically active substance, which after being hit into the digestive tract can be immediately absorbed and used without any previous metabolic processing. Taking a dietary supplement containing folic acid is the most effective preventive measure, preventing the development of congenital defects of the neural tube in the fetus, which in most cases lead to miscarriage. The correct level of folic acid in the woman's body is extremely important, especially for future mothers and their unborn children, because of its importance in the prevention of fetal neural tube defects.
Biotin - it is a coenzyme that works in combination with vitamins. It is necessary for the metabolism of fats, carbohydrates and proteins. As a coenzyme, it participates in many processes and is used by every cell in the body. Biotin is involved in energy metabolism and plays an important role in the use of glucose. It is necessary for the growth and replication of cells and allows the creation and maintenance of chemical structures of keratin (the main protein found in hair and nails). Biotin is soluble in water and its excess is eliminated in the urine.
1 capsule once a day with a meal.