CL 02 Heart, Vessels & Blood

The heart and blood vessels form the cardiovascular system. As a functional unit, this system supplies all the cells with oxygen and nutrients, serves to remove waste products, the immune system and the exchange of heat. The entire cardiovascular system is controlled by a variety of regulatory mechanisms which, for example, adapt the heart rate, vascular resistance and microcirculation to current requirements. Important micronutrients in this area are, for example, the vitamin thiamine, which contributes to normal heart function. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation in blood vessels, while the vitamins riboflavin, folic acid, B6 and B12 support normal blood formation. Here you will find our products from category 02 of the Principle Causa Logica. All information on the exact ingredients and their effects can be found on the respective product pages.

Knowledge about blood

Find out more about blood in our blog posts:

The blood-brain barrier - how you can protect it
Your blood-brain barrier is there to protect your brain. It is designed to prevent toxins and pathogens from entering your brain from your blood. It is precisely this function of the barrier that can be impaired, leading to illness and unpleasant symptoms. How is this possible?
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What to do about iron deficiency? Causes and countermeasures
5 to 10 % of Germans suffer from iron deficiency. How it develops and how you can meet your body's iron requirements.
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Effect of nattokinase: What you should know about the enzyme
Nattokinase - many people are completely unfamiliar with this enzyme. Yet it has a long history of use, particularly in Japan. So today we are talking about the enzyme nattokinase, its effect in the body and potential conclusions for supporting a therapy.
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