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Lactotripeptides consist of amino acids: isoleucine-proline-proline (IPP) and valine-proline-proline (VPP). IPP and VPP naturally occure in fermented milk and aged cheese varieties.
B vitamins are water-soluble compounds found in food which are important for vitality, health, growth and reproduction in humans.
The collagen in joint cartilage exists for 85-90% out of type-II collagen. The patented production process ensures that the specific spatial structure of type-II collagen remains intact.
Whey protein contains all essential and non-essential amino acids. Amino acids are important for muscle building and helps recovery after physical effort.
NADH is a naturally occurring coenzyme that is present in every living cell and is involved in cellular energy production. NADH is also known as coenzyme 1 and is a powerful antioxidant.
The beneficial properties of vitamin C, as the pioneer among vitamins, are known to everyone. The richest sources of vitamin C are fruit and vegetables.
Cranberries are traditionally known by the North American indians. Cranaxil cranberry concentrate contains the complete spectrum of the cranberry.
Quercetin is a well known flavonoid found in food stuffs like fruit and leafy vegetables.
Citrus fruits, such as lemons, oranges and mandarins, offer many benefits for your health. Citrus fruits are full of vitamins and healthy antioxidants.
What a special visit!
OUD-BEIJERLAND (The Netherlands) – Last Friday Bianca and her mother Fernanda from Brazil stopped by our office in Oud-Beijerland in The Netherlands. A special moment for us.
Bianca had a brain hemorrhage when she was only for months old. The doctors in Sao Paulo in Brazil worked hard to stop this severe condition. Eventually it appeared that she a had a genetic disorder whereby the blood coagulation is not functioning properly. This disorder is fatal in many cases.
Through research by her doctors and an advice of scientist Dr. Cees Vermeer of the research company VitaK, linked to the University of Maastricht, she got high quantities of the vitamins K1 and K2 daily.
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