Minerals

Magnesium from two powerful sources: magnesium L-pidolate and magnesium oxide.  Magnesium is important for bones, teeth, muscles, nervous system and psychological function. Maintain healthy bones with calcium, magnesium, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2.
Zinc from three organic sources: L-pidolate, zinc bisglycinate and zinc citrate.

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OmniVegan® Magnesium

£ 9.95
Magnesium is important for bones, teeth, muscles, nervous system and psychological function. In OmniVegan® Magnesium you get the entire 300 mg Magnesium per. capsule from two easily absorbable magnesium sources: Magnesium-pidolate and Magnesium-oxide.

Magnesium - the mineral for inner peace

All processes that require energy in the body need magnesium. Magnesium particularly  ensures that our muscles relax and loosen up after physical activity. This also includes the heart muscle. Magnesium is a true all-round mineral. Magnesium is - along with Calcium -is involved in the building and maintenance of the skeleton and teeth. Magnesium simultaneously stabilizes the interior of our cells. Moreover, Magnesium controls our muscle and nerve functions because it is the magnesium concentration in our cells which exclusively controls muscle contraction within the individual muscle cells. So far about 300 enzymes which require the presence of magnesium in order to be activated are identified, and Magnesium thereby plays an essential role in many of the body's vital processes. Only about one percent of the total amount of magnesium in the body is located in the blood. The bulk of Magnesium within the organism is to be found in the bones and within  every single cell of the body. The demand for magnesium for adults ranges from 300 to 600 mg daily. It should be noted that men - because of their greater skeletal mass - has a larger Magnesium demand than women. For children up to four years 80-85 mg is recommended and for children and young people up to 15 years 120-300 mg is recommended.

Bones, teeth and muscles

Magnesium contributes to the maintenance of normal bone and teeth. About half of all magnesium is to be found in the bones. Magnesium contributes to normal muscle function, and the most important role of magnesium in this context are the regulatory properties of magnesium on muscle contraction.

Nervous system and psychological function

Magnesium also supports the nervous system’s normal function The mineral has a beneficial effect on the nervous system’s ability to the  transfer of information (nerve transfer/neurotransmitter). Magnesium contributes to maintain normal psychological functions.

Fatigue and exhaustion

Magnesium contributes to normal energy metabolism and reduces fatigue and exhaustion. Magnesium has other beneficial effects. Click Comprehensive information to read about these.

Also for vegetarians and vegans

OmniVegan® Magnesium is registered with The Vegan Society, and is safe to take by Vegans and Vegetarians. The Vegetarian Society is located in England, and the organization is the oldest vegetarian Organization in the world, founded in 1847.

Greens

Magnesium content is relatively low in most foods, so it is necessary to regularly eat a varied diet consisting of magnesium-rich foods. Chlorophyll has a high content of magnesium and, therefore green vegetables are a rich source of magnesium. Other good sources are nuts, seeds, whole grains, fish and seafood as well as drinks such as coffee, tea, cocoa and hard mineral water.
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OmniVegan® Zinc 3

£ 9.75
OmniVegan® Zinc 3 contains 20 mg zinc per tablet from 3 easily absorbable organic sources: zinc L-pidolate, zinc bisglycinate and zinc citrate.

Immune system and antioxidant defence

Zinc helps the immune system to function normally. In cases of zinc deficiency several important functions of the immune system are inhibited - eg. the development of the immune system's cells and antibodies. Zinc is part of the body's antioxidant defence which protects the body's cells against oxidative stress. Our bodies are constantly exposed to free radicals which are extremely aggressive molecules that can cause oxidative damage to the cells in our body. The free radicals are formed during the body's normal combustion processes, but also when exposed to for example, sunlight, cigarette smoke, air pollution and hard physical activity. In order to neutralise the free radicals and avoid oxidative damage we need a good and varied supply of antioxidants.

Bones

Zinc helps maintain normal bones. This is because zinc forms a structural part of the bones, while zinc also supports the formation of bone tissue because zinc activates important bone-forming enzymes.

Eyes, skin, hair and nails

Zinc is part of several enzymes necessary for the conversion of vitamin A, which is crucial for the eye’s ability to see. Zinc also helps to maintain normal skin, hair and nails.

Hormone system

Zinc contributes to normal fertility and reproduction. The formation of sperm cells is dependent on zinc. Zinc also helps to maintain a normal testosterone level in the blood.

Also for vegetarians and vegans

OmniVegan® Zinc 3 is a vegan product and registered with The Vegan Society, England. Therefore the product can safely be taken by vegetarians and vegans.
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OsteoRemin Forte®

£ 27.95
OsteoRemin Forte® contains a unique and easily absorbed plant-based Calcium from seaweed, Algas Calcareas (AlgaeCal®). The algae  is collected on beaches in South America and then gently further processed. The algae used are certified organic in the United States.

Synergy with vitamin K2 and vitamin D3

As well as Calcium and Magnesium,OsteoRemin Forte® contains also vitamin K2 and a high dose of vitamin D3. Vitamin D contributes to normal absorption / utilisation of calcium, and contributes along with Magnesium and Vitamin K to maintain normal bones. Magnesium and vitamin D also contribute to the maintenance of normal teeth and muscle function. Vitamin D also contributes to normal operation of the immune system.  

Also for vegetarians

OsteoRemin Forte® is registered with The The Vegetarian Society and can be safely taken by vegetarians.   The Vegetarian Society is located in England, and the organisation is the oldest vegetarian society in the world, founded in 1847.
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