ENERGY

[ PLANKTON NUTRIENTS ]


VITAMINS

B1



Vitamin B1 is essential for the energy supply of the body. As a coenzyme, it is involved in enzyme reactions that release energy from carbohydrates (sugars) and is also necessary for a proper functioning of the cardiac muscle and the nervous system.


VITAMINS

B2



Vitamin B2 is indispensable for the energy supply of the body and plays as a coenzyme (co-factor) an important role in the release of energy from carbohydrates, proteins, and fats that the body gets from food and drinks. So it is an important vitamin for the metabolism.


VITAMINS

B3



[Niacin] Vitamin B3 is among others produced by the body from the amino acid Tryptophan, a building block of protein. Vitamin B3 is important for the energy supply and plays a role in the production of fatty acids in the body.



VITAMINS

B8



Vitamin B8 is necessary to release energy from food and plays a role in forming of fatty acids.



MINERALS

IRON



If someone appears to be fatigue, the first suspect is an iron deficiency. With iron we're not just talking about your bike or a seat bracket. It also refers to an important nutrient that helps deliver top performance every day. Our body needs the mineral iron to make hemoglobin. Hemoglobin has a key role in oxygen transport in our blood and in our metabolism



PIGMENTS

CHLOROPHYLL



If you often feel tired and listless due to anemia, Chlorophyll can help you to get more energy. In addition, an accumulation of toxic substances in the gut and liver lead to fatigue, and as Chlorophyll cleans the intestines and liver it can also help to give more energy.


AMINO ACIDS

TRYPTOPHAN



People who eat relatively more protein than carbohydrates at breakfast, seems to be more agile, according research. Certain proteins (and especially alpha-lactalbumin) stimulate the body to 'wake up'. Alpha-lactalbumin is linked to the amino acid tryptophan which is converted by the body into serotonin, a so-called neurotransmitter.