Energy & performance

The body gets the energy and performance it needs from various nutrients, including small amounts of micronutrients such as vitamins and minerals. These tiny building blocks support important processes in the body that are necessary for energy production and the proper functioning of cells. Nowadays, it is particularly important to ensure that we are getting enough micronutrients, as our modern lifestyles often tend to involve an unbalanced diet and stressful conditions. These nutrients play a key role in maintaining our energy, boosting our performance and promoting long-term health. The MITOcare micronutrients listed here support your energy metabolism* with their carefully selected ingredients. All information on the exact ingredients and their effects can be found on the respective product pages.

*Biotin, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, pantothenic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin B12, vitamin C and manganese contribute to normal energy metabolism.

More knowledge for your well-being

Discover our blog posts on amino acids, mitochondria, vitamins & co:
Amino acid deficiency - what are the causes and symptoms?
As organic compounds, amino acids play an important role in the human body - but not all of them in the same way. In this article, you will not only find out exactly what amino acids are and what functions they perform, but also how you can recognize a deficiency and take targeted action against it.
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Why are amino acids so important in sport?
Muscle building, performance & regeneration - amino acids are supposed to improve all of these things. Are they really that important in sport? And what are they for anyway? In this blog post, we explain what amino acids can do and why you can benefit from them as an athlete.
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8 tips for healthy mitochondria and more energy
Do you lack energy? Do you feel tired no matter how much you rest? Do you feel like you want to support your energy metabolism? Or have you heard about mitochondria and would like to find out more about what mitochondria actually are and how you can strengthen them?
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Why is vitamin B12 so important for the body?
Vitamin B12 is one of the most important B vitamins. This makes it all the more important that we get it from our food. But what is the best way to do this? What function does vitamin B12 have in our body?
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Why are vitamins & co. so important for athletes?
How much importance should be attached to special nutrition for athletes? Why do athletes need more nutrients? Here you can find out more about the macro and micronutrients you need as an endurance or strength athlete.
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What are the functions of water-soluble vitamins?
Having already dealt with the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and K2 in Part 1, the water-soluble vitamins, which are in no way inferior to the fat-soluble vitamins, are still missing. What functions do B vitamins and of course the well-known vitamin C have? Find out more in part 2 on vitamins.
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What vitamins are there and what do they do in your body?
Vitamins are vital substances for your body. You need them to maintain all your bodily functions; without them, your body would not be able to perform or survive. In this article, we will start by introducing you to these vital substances and going into more detail about the functions of the vitamins. We even need two parts for 13 vitamins. Here in Part 1 you will find everything about the fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E and vitamin K2.
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More energy in everyday life with PQQ and coenzyme Q10?
Have you heard of these two micronutrients that are supposed to support your body in all sorts of ways? How much can PQQ and coenzyme Q10 really do? In this article, we'll tell you about the two new micronutrients and also show you a little about the process of energy production in the mitochondria.
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What does liposomal mean? Everything you need to know about liposomal products
Are you familiar with liposomal products? Do you know what liposomal actually means and why this technology improves the absorption of some micronutrients? In this article, we explain everything you need to know about the topic.
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