Metabolism Active - the metabolism activator
If you want to get rid of stubborn winter pounds and start spring slim, you can get your metabolism back up to speed with the help of our Nutri-Plus Active Metabolism. Because a functioning metabolism is the basis for any successful weight loss.
Why stimulate the metabolism?
Little exercise in the cold temperatures and lots of food over the Christmas period have made the body sluggish. This quickly leads to a few extra kilos ending up on your ribs.
However, a functioning metabolism is hugely important for losing weight.
Metabolism is the term used to describe all biochemical processes in our organism. Metabolism is therefore the basis of all vital processes and functions in the body. The components of the nutrients ingested serve to maintain and build up body substance as well as generate energy and maintain body functions. Also important for the metabolism are hormones and enzymes, which are involved in essential processes in the organism. The energy that the metabolism needs to carry out these processes is provided by carbohydrates, fats and protein. Many different vitamins and minerals are needed to provide energy for the metabolism.
In order for this to function smoothly, the interaction of these micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) is essential. That is why we have developed our product „Nutri-Plus Metabolism Active“.
Nutri-Plus Metabolism Active
The combined administration of various vitamins and minerals allows Nutri-Plus Metabolism Active to develop its optimum effect. It raises the metabolism to a new level and thus effectively supports weight loss.
A total of eight B vitamins (including thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pyridoxine, pantothenic acid, folic acid, cobalamin and biotin) are involved in various metabolic reactions throughout the body. Among other things, they are crucial for all forms of energy production.
Every cell in the organism is dependent on a sufficient amount of B vitamins. The effects of the individual vitamins complement each other and are interlinked. However, B vitamins not only play an important role in energy production from carbohydrates, proteins and fats, but are also important for concentration and strengthening the nerves.
As B vitamins are water-soluble vitamins, large amounts are lost through urine and sweat. They must therefore be taken daily with food or in the form of supplements. The exception is vitamin B12, which can be stored in the liver. A deficiency of B vitamins therefore leads to reduced physical and mental performance, drowsiness and increased susceptibility to infection.
Thiamin is involved in various metabolic reactions throughout the body. It has important tasks in energy production and in protein metabolism. In the nervous system, it also plays a central role in the maintenance of nerve and heart muscle tissue.
Riboflavin, like thiamine, is involved in the provision of energy. It also has antioxidant capabilities as a component of glutathione reductase. Riboflavin also plays an important role in glucose and fat metabolism and is involved in growth and development.
Niacin has important tasks in energy metabolism. For example, it is involved in the breakdown processes of fats and glucose for energy production.
Pyridoxine (also vitamin B6) has many important tasks in glucose, fat and amino acid metabolism. It also contributes to the formation of niacin.
Pantothenic acid is involved in various reactions in energy, protein, fat and glucose metabolism. It therefore also has an influence on growth. It also plays an important role in the synthesis of cholesterol and all steroid hormones.
Cobalamin (also vitamin B12) has important functions in protein, glucose and fat metabolism. Together with the vitamins folic acid and vitamin B6, it is involved in homocysteine synthesis.
Biotin, like all other B vitamins, has an influence on energy metabolism. It is also important for growth, skin and hair. It is also important in cell communication and the transcription of genes.
Folsäure has diverse functions in DNA, RNA and amino acid synthesis. Together with vitamins B6 and B12 it is involved in homocysteine synthesis.
Our product contains all eight B vitamins, which support and supplement each other.
Iron is primarily responsible for the formation of red blood cells. As a component of haemoglobin, it therefore plays an important role in the transport of oxygen and thus in the provision of energy. It therefore contributes to the reduction of fatigue.
Zinc is a component of a number of enzymes and is therefore important for many metabolic processes in the body. Among other things, it is involved in a well-functioning energy metabolism . It also contributes to normal acid-base metabolism and normal protein synthesis as well. Zinc is also available separately as Zinc Tablet from us.
Iodine is important for normal production of thyroid hormones and normal thyroid function.
In addition to the micronutrients mentioned, many other nutrients are also included. By adding, for example, high-quality pineapple enzymes (bromelain) and oligomeric proanthocyanidins (OPC), both of which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, Nutri-Plus Metabolism Active develops its special effectiveness.
Nutri-Plus Metabolism Active is 100% vegan (therefore lactose-free, without gelatine or other animal ingredients), soya-free and gluten-free. It was produced without the addition of aspartame, artificial colourings or preservatives. Nutri-Plus Metabolism Active is also fat and sugar-free and is therefore ideal for losing weight.
It was produced in Germany by our nutritionists under the strictest quality standards.
So if you want to get your spring off to a fit start, you can find here to our product.
P.S.: Metabolism Active is ideal in combination with our Nutri-Plus Kilopurzler Shake!
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