Vitamin D, Magnesium und Omega3!

Vitamin D, Magnesium and Omega3!

Mar 25, 2022Jutta Suffner

Dear friends of chronic health,

You may be wondering why we have now included vitamin D, magnesium citrate and omega 3 in our health orchestra in addition to my beloved blueberry.

As a classical freak, I love symphonies. Symphony means nothing other than "sounding together, harmonious". And this is exactly what we are now transferring to our bodies.

Vitamin D:
6000 of our total of around 23000 genes have vitamin D receptors. Thus, the importance of vitamin D should have reached many people by now. 5000IE/day as an oil, ideally in combination with vitamins A and K, provide excellent support for your body orchestra.

Magnesium: insomnia, depressive moods, muscle pain, tachycardia, headache, fatigue...all these symptoms that a magnesium deficiency can cause.

Especially in these strong times, magnesium, as valuable magnesium citrate, is THE mineral par excellence. Your heart will appreciate a magnesium boost of at least 400 mg per day. Vitamin D also needs magnesium to be converted into the active form.

Omega 3: Your mass between the ears, also known as the brain, consists of 30% DHA, i.e. structural fats. This means that your brain cannot work optimally without fat. Accordingly, without Omega 3, our brain cannot develop further. Concentration disorders up to Alzheimer's dementia can be the result. So don't let it get that far. 2g of a good omega 3 oil with a high percentage of DHA and EPA will help you to continue to think clearly.

Did you know that the Omega 3 Index is 11 in Japan and 4 in Germany? The Omega 3 Index provides information about the ratio of Omega 3 to the fatty acids in the membrane of red blood cells. If the value is less than 4, the risk of sudden cardiac death increases by a factor of 10.

Vitamin C : not only contributes to a functioning immune system, but also supports our psyche, energy metabolism and our mucous membranes (from the mucous membrane of the teeth to the mucous membrane of the intestine).

Using the example of cauliflower: 100g of cauliflower - freshly harvested - contains approx. 70 mg of vitamin C. After transport, storage and heating, these 100 g add up to a pitiful 25 mg (if at all). However, since we should consume at least 500 to 1000 mg of vitamin C per day, think about where you are planning your next cauliflower plantation.

Did you know that low stress tolerance, irritability, weakness and melancholy can also be associated with a vitamin C deficiency?

Blueantox: Of course my darling :-). The valuable bioactive plant substances, highly extracted in blueantox, have been proven to help improve the flow properties of your blood, apoptosis of cancer cells, and the reduction of infections caused by viruses and bacteria . They are highly antioxidant and can regulate blood sugar levels, as has now been confirmed in many studies.

For me personally, the greatest competence of the secret power of blueantox® is ADAPTABLE. Imagine you are sailing with your ship across the Baltic Sea in wind force 5.

Your ship (body) will only safely return to calm harbor if the base is right and your trillions of cells are able to properly balance the forces of storm and wind.

Now you know, dear blueberry friends, my basic health orchestra.

I very much hope that it will also carry you through the stormy times of 2022.

Sincerely yours, Jutta Suffner and the blueberry team

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