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VASOLOGES S homocysteine coated tablets

Dr. Loges + Co. GmbH

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vasoLoges ® S Homocysteine
For a normal homocysteine ​​metabolism

With the unique special combination of B vitamins

• Protects the heart and brain from the risk factor homocysteine
• Contains all the B vitamins necessary for normal homocysteine ​​levels
• Dosed according to the recommendations of international experts
• Only 1 dragee per day

The targeted supply of B vitamins is important for everyone who has an elevated homocysteine ​​level. In particular, if you are over 50 years of age, you should have a sufficient supply of B vitamins and diabetics in particular have an increased need for B vitamins. Even with other risk factors for atherosclerosis, such as B. in smokers and people with constant stress, care should be taken to ensure a sufficient supply of B vitamins.

Why are B Vitamins Important to Health?

The latest findings show that in Germany every second person aged 50 or over is undersupplied with B vitamins and folic acid. In particular, unbalanced nutrition, industrial processing of food, storage, transport or cooking of food lead to a decrease in many vital vitamins. Long-term use of certain medications (e.g. stomach drugs to prevent excess acid build-up, so-called proton pump inhibitors), regular alcohol consumption and various diseases (e.g. diabetes mellitus) lead to an increased need for vitamins.

Homocysteine ​​- the often underestimated danger

Homocysteine ​​is an intermediate metabolic product. It is produced in our protein metabolism when the vital amino acid methionine is broken down. If the concentration in the blood is too high, it can damage the inner walls of the blood vessels. Homocysteine ​​is therefore an independent risk factor that can promote the development of arteriosclerosis. Folic acid is particularly responsible for the breakdown of homocysteine ​​in the blood. It is supported by the two vitamins B6 and B12. Another B vitamin - vitamin B2 - helps convert folic acid from food into an active form that the body can use. Vitamin B2 has another meaning: According to the latest research results, it can lower the homocysteine ​​concentration in humans,

Dietary supplements homocysteine are no substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

1 Reule CA et al .: BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2017; 17:92

Homocysteine Food supplements. The recommended daily intake must not be exceeded.

Dietary supplements homocysteine are no substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Keep away from children!