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What are the benefits of our Verum Cacao Energize and which vitamins does it contain?

Vitamins are healthy and good for you. But, do you also know why We explain it to you! 

vitamins are nutrients that are indispensable for humans. Why Because the body cannot make vitamins, or at least not enough itself. The human body needs vitamins to stay healthy and for normal growth and development..

This article explains the vitamins that are in a cup of Verum coffee and makes it clear what they are for. There are thirteen types of vitamins, but which ones are in our Verum Cacao Energize 

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, whose chemical name ascorbic acid is the best known vitamin. The vitamin is water-soluble and is therefore mainly found in fruit, vegetables and potatoes. The highest vitamin C content is found in citrus fruits, berries, kiwis, strawberries and cabbages. So, you know that again!

ascorbic acid is a antioxidant and thereby protects body cells from damage. In addition, the vitamin is very important for the production of connective tissue, the absorption of iron and for the defense of the immune system. Vitamin C also has positive effects on the skin, blood vessels, strengthening the teeth and the composition of bones and cartilage. It also helps with fatigue and ensures a well-functioning nervous system.

And in case of a shortage?

If you are deficient in vitamin C, you have a low resistance and are therefore more susceptible to diseases. Your wounds also heal less quickly and the build-up of connective tissue is less rapid. Severe deficiency can lead to the age-old disease scurvy. So take good care of yourself!

The advantages at a glance:

  • Protects body cells from damage;
  • Important for making connective tissue;
  • Promotes iron absorption and resistance;
  • Good for your skin and blood vessels;
  • You get stronger teeth;
  • And it contributes to a healthy composition of your bones and cartilage.

Vitamin B3

The chemical name ofvitamin B3 is Niacin and it is also water soluble. The vitamin comes in two forms, namely in Nicotinamide and in Nicotinic acid. Nicotine We hear you thinking.. But no, we are not talking about the nicotine in tobacco. Nicotinic acid can be made in the body from the amino acid Tryptophan. Tryptophan is one of the building blocks of proteins (proteins) and the body makes this from dairy and eggs. Niacin is found in food and is mainly found in meat, fish, poultry, whole grains, vegetables, potatoes, nuts and seeds. 

Niacin has an important role in energy metabolism and protein metabolism. The vitamin does not provide energy on its own, but is important for supporting energy levels. It is also good for your skin and mucous membranes, it helps with fatigue, it is good for your nervous system and it is good for your memory. Vitamin B3 is directly absorbed into the blood. However, if your body doesn't need it, it is excreted again through your urine. It is therefore important to get the vitamin regularly.

And in case of a shortage?

A deficiency of vitamin B3 can lead to changes in the skin, such as rashes and inflammation. In addition, it can lead to fatigue and can have an effect on the mucous membrane of the mouth, tongue and intestines. In very serious cases, the deficiency can still lead to disturbances of consciousness or dementia. However, a deficiency of this vitamin is rare, because enough of this vitamin can already be found in protein-rich foods.

The advantages at a glance:

  • Important for supporting your energy level;
  • Good for your skin and mucous membranes;
  • Helps with fatigue;
  • And good for your nervous system and memory.

Vitamin B6

Vitamin B6, also Pyridoxine Like the previous vitamins, it is water-soluble and is contained in the moisture of foodstuffs. The vitamin is mainly found in meat, fish, eggs, bread and grain products, potatoes, vegetables, legumes and dairy products such as milk and cheese.

Therole of vitamin B6 is just like that of vitamin B3 important in the metabolic process. Vitamin B6 is mainly responsible for the breakdown and construction of amino acids, which are building blocks for proteins. Vitamin B6 is therefore important in the production of vitamin B3 in your body. In addition, vitamin B6 is also important for the regulation of hormones and essential for growth. Furthermore, the vitamin is indispensable in the production of red blood cells, a proper functioning of the immune system and it is good for the nervous system and digestion.

And in case of a shortage?

Deficiency of vitamin B6 can lead to seizures, vomiting and weight loss in babies. In adults, inflammation of the skin and tongue can develop and cause depression, fatigue, confusion and nervous system disorders.

The advantages at a glance:

  • Important for the production of vitamin B3;
  • Contributes to healthy hormonal regulation;
  • Important for the production of red blood cells;
  • And contributes to a healthy nervous system and digestive system.

Vitamin B12

The chemical name of vitamin B12 is cobalamin and this too is, how do you guess, a water soluble vitamin. Vitamin B12 is only found in animal products. Think of meat, meat products, poultry and fish. But, also in eggs and dairy products such as milk and cheese.

Vitamin B12 is just like vitamins B3 and B6 important for the metabolism. For example, it is essential for the production of red blood cells, which prevents pernicious anemia (a form of anemia). Red blood cells are also essential for carrying oxygen in your body. In addition, the vitamin plays an important role in the production and breakdown of certain amino acids and contributes to a good resistance.

And in case of a shortage?

A deficiency of vitamin B12 can lead to a deficiency of vitamin B11. These vitamins work together. As a result, the nervous system and immune system function less well. Furthermore, a deficiency can also result in anemia.

The advantages at a glance:

  • Important for the production of red blood cells;
  • Helps prevent anemia;
  • Important for the production and breakdown of amino acids;
  • Important for the nervous system;
  • Important for a good resistance;
  • And reduces fatigue.

folic acid

Folic acid is also known as vitamin B9 and vitamin B11 . Like the other B vitamins, folic acid is soluble. Folic acid is mainly found in vegetables (mainly green vegetables), fruit, whole grain products, bread, meat and dairy products.

folic acid is also essential for the metabolic process. It plays an important factor in the production of red and white blood cells. In addition, folic acid is essential for growth, especially in babies where it promotes the development of the nervous system. Folic acid is also indispensable for a well-functioning immune system, contributes to tissue growth during pregnancy, helps to increase mental resilience and helps with fatigue.

And in case of a shortage?

A deficiency of folic acid can lead to abnormalities in the red and white blood cells and changes in the bone marrow. In addition, a deficiency can lead to reduced absorption of various nutrients in the intestines, reduced appetite, fatigue and weight loss.

The advantages at a glance:

  • Important for the production of red and white blood cells;
  • Important for growth;
  • Important for a well-functioning immune system;
  • Contributes to tissue growth during pregnancy;
  • Increases your mental resilience;
  • And helps with fatigue.

Zinc

Zinc is a mineral and a substance that your body does not make itself, but certainly needs it. It is a trace element that is part of a large number of enzymes that are involved in the metabolic process in the body. Enzymes are substances that are necessary to enable these metabolic processes. Most of the zinc is found in shellfish and crustaceans. In addition, it can also be absorbed from meat, fish, rice, legumes, brown bread, nuts and dairy products.

Zinc is essential in the construction of DNA and proteins, the growth and renewal of tissue, metabolism and also for the proper functioning of the immune system and the immune system. Zinc also contributes to hormonal regulation, plays a role in bone formation, is important for your memory, for your sense of taste and smell, it is good for your eyesight, for your hair, nails and skin, it plays a role in both the build-up and breakdown of carbohydrates and fats and, lastly, zinc contributes to normal fertility in men and women. So, you know that again.

And in case of a shortage?

Zinc therefore does a lot in the body and is therefore an essential substance. Zinc deficiency can cause stunted growth in children and cause them to become severely malnourished. Furthermore, adults can experience growth retardation, taste and smell can be reduced and it can cause skin abnormalities and night blindness.

The advantages at a glance:

  • Essential in building DNA and proteins;
  • Essential in tissue growth and renewal;
  • Enables metabolic processes;
  • Ensures proper functioning of the defense and immune system;
  • Provides hormonal regulation;
  • Important for memory, taste and smell;
  • Good for your hair, nails and skin;
  • Important in the build-up and breakdown of carbohydrates and fats;
  • And contributes to normal fertility.

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