Regeneration

Vitamin E plays an important role in the breakdown of free radicals. It has the ability to neutralise a free radical, but is continuously consumed (reduced) in this process and becomes a free radical itself, which is now one step weaker than the original radical.

This reduced vitamin E is now regenerated by vitamin C. This means that it loses its oxidative capacity and is available again for use as an antioxidant.

In the further course of this gradual degradation and the regeneration of the respective previous stage, secondary plant substances such as the red-orange carotenoids, essential oils or tannins play an important role.

If all these substances are present in sufficient quantities and the burden of oxidative stress is not too great, the body can maintain the delicate balance of cell-protective mechanisms, cellular nutrition and immunology.

Nuts and vegetable oils provide vitamin E. Vitamin C is found mainly in dark green leafy vegetables and fruit. Plant-based protective substances are found in wild herbs, vegetables and fruit.
If the oxidative stress is increased, it is difficult to maintain the inner balance and cell protection through nutrition alone.

Especially in the case of herbal protective substances, it is important that they do not enter the body in isolation (e.g. as an extract) but in their natural state, i.e. as natural food or herbs.

Herbal formula for cellular nutrition with 20 natural ingredients and vitamin C. This contributes to normal blood vessel function through normal collagen formation, normal gum function, immune system, as well as cell protection against oxidative stress and regeneration.