CL 08 Immune System

Our body's biological defense system, the immune system, generally serves to protect the body from tissue damage caused by pathogens. A large number of different organs and cell systems are involved in the development of the immune response. According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), there are 10 micronutrients that contribute to normal immune system function. These include vitamin A, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C, vitamin D, folate and the trace elements copper, selenium, zinc and iron. Here you will find our products from category 08 of the Principle Causa Logica. All information on the exact ingredients and their effects can be found on the respective product pages.

Knowledge about the immune system & health

You can find more knowledge about the immune system & other tips for your health in our blog posts:

Our body's protective shield - how does our immune system work?
The body is in constant exchange with the environment. If fungi, viruses, parasites or bacteria penetrate the human system, a life-threatening infection can occur. Here you can find out how this happens, which organs are involved and which strategies can help us.
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Do you know how vitamin D regulates your immune system? - All the facts about the immune vitamin D
Around 60% of all adults in Germany have a vitamin D deficiency or are insufficiently supplied with it. The rate is estimated to be higher among older people. But does a lot of vitamin D help a lot? In this article, we explain the special immune vitamin D.
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Migraine: causes, symptoms and remedies
14.8% of women and 6% of men in Germany meet all the criteria for migraine. In this article, you can find out more about migraine, its manifestations, treatment options and migraine prevention.
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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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The gut-brain axis - how do the gut and brain work together?
Gut and brain - two important organs in the human body. But what do they have to do with each other? Quite a lot! Because a healthy gut makes for a healthy brain and vice versa.
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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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