Vitachron® male

Vitachron® male is a chronobiological composition of micronutrients to supplement all the vital substances for men that are nutritionally deficient or that are increasingly needed due to certain lifestyles in order to support normal energy metabolism, normal heart function and normal immune system function.

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Description
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LHP90311
Vitachron® male
120caps
44,47 
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LHP90313
Vitachron® male
3x120caps
105,95 
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LHP90311 Vitachron® male
120caps € 44.47
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LHP90313 Vitachron® male
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Vitamins are the basic elements of life. They are essential for health because the human body simply could not function without them. Together with minerals, vitamins are involved in most chemical reactions that take place in the body. Vitamin and mineral deficiencies are often the cause of many symptoms and ailments. Certain micronutrient deficiencies can build up unnoticed over years.

Vitamins and minerals are called biocatalysts. The same is generally true of enzymes, co-enzymes, amino acids, plant fatty acids, phytochemicals and other vital food components, while the many phytonutrients (nutrients derived from plants) can mimic the effect of various messenger substances, albeit often in a weakened form.

People can benefit from eating foods with the nutrients that provide particularly highly active vital substances through their daily diet.

These include, among others:

Vitamin A: The most important of the 400 carotenoids is beta-carotene, a natural precursor of vitamin A – a vitamin that is typically lacking in heavy alcohol and nicotine consumption. In addition to liver and sausages, eggs, dairy products and some types of fish also have a high content of the vitamin. It can also contribute to normal iron metabolism, help maintain normal vision and support the immune system.

Lycopene: One of the most important “phytamines”. Lycopene is found in high concentrations in red tomatoes and rose hips. Its benefits serve the cardiovascular and immune systems as well as controlled cell growth.

Lutein: High concentrations of lutein are found in dark leafy vegetables such as cabbage, kale and spinach, but significant amounts of lutein are also found in egg yolk. This nutrient has a particularly positive effect on eye function.

Inositol is found in grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, fruits and vegetables, among others. It can support the effectiveness of the body’s own neurotransmitters such as the “happiness hormone” serotonin.

As a co-enzyme, PABA (vitamin B10) can support the functions of folic acid and pantothenic acid, a stress regulator. It is found in yeast, offal, chicken eggs and cow’s milk, among other things.

Muira puama root is a sandalwood tree with drupes. Extracts from muira puama can promote normal testosterone levels while supporting sexual desire.

Sarsaparilla root: Thanks to the saponins contained in the extract, Smilax officinalis can regulate the energy level in the cells and support any blood purification.

Ginger root was originally praised for its relaxing effect, but it can also act as an aphrodisiac. Ginger can also be helpful for a normal immune system.

Ginseng root: The extract of this root is rich in saponins and ginsenosides, which have a balancing and harmonising effect on the body. Ginseng can additionally contribute to the eventual normalisation of testosterone levels.

Damiana leaves are more than just an herbal aphrodisiac from South America. Not only do they promote a strong libido, but they can also help the body to achieve an optimal supply of energy and stamina. Certain ingredients in damiana can additionally lighten the mood if necessary.

Calcium: Certain calcium-containing mineral mixtures have numerous characteristics. They not only supply the organism with minerals, but can also help regulate the body’s pH value.

Zinc is found among others in meat, dairy products, fish, whole grains, legumes and nuts. It can contribute to normal DNA synthesis and support normal cognitive function. Other minerals such as copper, selenium, manganese, chromium and molybdenum are needed to promote normal energy levels, improve bones, support a normal immune system and more, and support the effects of zinc.

Magnesium is found in foods such as cereals, nuts, seeds, pulses, green vegetables and dried fruits. Among other things, it can support proper muscle function.

Iodine: Sea fish and seafood, eggs and cheese and dairy products contain a lot of iodine, it can contribute to normal cognitive function.

Vitamin B: contributes to normal energy metabolism and normal functioning of the nervous system, among other things. B vitamins are found in many animal and plant foods such as fish, meat, eggs, nuts and pulses.

Vitamin C can contribute to the normal function of the immune system and to normal energy metabolism.Vitamin C also influences iron absorption in the body and thus again plays an important role in energy production. Citrus fruits are considered the classic main source of vitamin C. However, many vegetables such as peppers, broccoli and cabbage are also rich in vitamin C.

Vitamin D can contribute to normal blood calcium levels and normal bone and muscle function. Vitamin D is mainly found in animal foods such as fish, eggs, meat and dairy products.

Vitamin E helps to protect cells from oxidative stress. Foods high in vitamin E include various oils, nuts, seeds and green vegetables.

Vitamin K is important for blood clotting and bone formation. Green leafy vegetables and vegetable oils in particular are considered good sources of vitamin K1.

Choline is found primarily in eggs. By protecting nerve cells from environmental toxins, choline can support neurotransmitter function and normal cognitive function.

Piperine is found in black pepper and can increase the bioavailability of various micronutrients.

If the absorption of these nutrients through the diet is not sufficient or there is an increased need, these nutrients can be supplemented with special dietary supplements. Some of these nutrients are better absorbed in the morning and activate the body, while others are better absorbed in the evening and support regeneration. Chronobiologically oriented products take this into account accordingly.

AM capsule (morning)
per capsule
daily dose
Vitamin A (as palmitate)
300 mcg RAE
600 mcg RAE
Vitamin A (as beta-carotene)
750 mcg RAE
1500 mcg RAE
Vitamin C
175 mg
350 mg
Lutein
60 mcg
120 mcg
Lycopene
60 mcg
120 mcg
Vitamin D3 (as cholecalciferol)
5 mcg
10 mcg
Vitamin E (as D-alpha tocopheryl acid succinate)
50 mg
100 mg
Choline (bitartrate)
22.5 mg
45 mg
Vitamin B6
5 mg
10 mg
Inositol
22.5 mg
45 mg
Vitamin K1
50 mcg
100 mcg
Citrus bioflavonoids
50 mg
100 mg
Calcium (Ca)
75 mg
150 mg
Magnesium (Mg)
40 mg
80 mg
Manganese (Mn)
1.5 mg
3 mg
Boron (B)
0.5 mg
1 mg
Chromium (Cr)
100 mcg
200 mcg
Selenium (Se)
50 mcg
100 mcg
Molybdenum (Mo)
50 mcg
100 mcg
Iodine (I)
100 mcg
200 mcg
Muira puama root extract
37.5 mg
75 mg
Damiana leaf extract
37.5 mg
75 mg
Coral Calcium®
12.5 mg
25 mg
Bioperine®
1.25 mg
2.5 mg

Other ingredients: magnesium stearate, SiO2.

PM capsule (evening)
per capsule
daily dose
Vitamin B1 (thiamine)
7.5 mg
15 mg
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)
7.5 mg
15 mg
Niacinamide
20 mg
40 mg
Pantothenic acid
30 mg
60 mg
Calcium (Ca)
7 mg
14 mg
Biotin 
150 mcg
300 mcg
Folic acid
200 mcg
400 mcg
PABA
15 mg
30 mg
Vitamin B12
25 mcg
50 mcg
Magnesium (Mg)
100 mg
200 mg
Potassium chloride (KCI)
35 mg
70 mg
Zinc (Zn)
7.5 mg
15 mg
Iron (Fe)
7.5 mg
15 mg
Copper (Cu)
0.5 mg
1 mg
Sarsaparilla root extract (smilax officinalis)
37.5 mg
75 mg
Ginger root extract
37.5 mg
75 mg
Panax ginseng root extract
37.5 mg
75 mg
Coral Calcium®
12.5 mg
25 mg
Bioperine®
1.25 mg
2.5 mg

Other ingredients: microcrystalline cellulose, ­magnesium stearate, SiO2.

In normal cases take 2 capsules AM (yellow) in the morning and 2 capsules PM (blue) in the evening with plenty of fluid.

Food supplements are not intended as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake. Keep out of the reach of children. Store protected from light and dry at room temperature.
The published information is not a cure and is not intended as a request or suggestion for selfmedication.
Although some of the above statements on individual micronutrients are derived from scientific studies, they have been categorised as "not yet sufficiently proven" by official authorities such as the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), meaning that no positive effect can be confirmed.
The product described herein has not been conclusively evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA; USA) or the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA; Europe). This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease."
Errors and typographical errors excepted.

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