Mangan

Manganese is a minerals, which is one of the so-called essential trace elements. Essential trace elements are vital and must be supplied to the body regularly. The human body contains around 10 to 40 mg of manganese (1). The bones are the main storage for manganese.

 
 

 

Manganese - important for joints, energy metabolism and cell protection

Manganese is significantly involved in important processes in the human body. It is essential for the function of various enzymes. Manganese, for example, is important for cartilage and bone tissue, but it can also help with stimulating metabolism. Manganese is involved in the formation of enzymes, which in turn play an important role in the formation of cartilage and synovial fluid. Manganese contributes to normal connective tissue formation and the maintenance of normal bones. Manganese is also important for the activation of carbohydrate and amino acid metabolism processes. Manganese contributes to normal energy metabolism. Manganese also belongs to the group of antioxidants. It intercepts so-called free radicals . Free radicals are aggressive oxygen compounds that are produced in the body during a wide variety of metabolic processes and attack our cells. Stress, cigarette smoke, alcohol, air pollution, UV light and physical activity can lead to an increased formation of free radicals. If the formation of free radicals exceeds a healthy concentration, one speaks of oxidative stress. Manganese helps protect cells from oxidative stress.
 

 

Mangan Getreide Weizen AgilNature

Your daily requirement of manganese The German Society for Nutrition recommends a daily intake of 2 to 5 mg manganese. High-quality dietary supplements for losing weight in the shop.

 

 

Which AgilNature® products contain manganese?

 

Product milligram  * NRV
VasoAgil 1 mg Manganese per Capsule 50%
CarnitinAgil 0.3 mg Manganese pro Tablette  15%

 

*Nutrient Reference Value = percentage the reference value according to Appendix XIII of the Food Information Regulation (EG) No. 1169/2011.   

 

 

Literature:

  1. German Society for Nutrition (DGE), reference values for nutrient intake (2001): p. 203