Dietary Supplements


Vitamins are nutrients that your body needs for a wide range of important processes. The body needs vitamins to build and maintain muscle, skeleton, skin and mucous membranes. The conversion of carbohydrates, fats and proteins for energy is also dependent on vitamins. Vitamins are also helping to ensure that your body is resistant to infection.

Vitamin complex

Multi vitamins


The minerals are, as vitamins, necessary for many processes in our body. In contrast to vitamins, more minerals are important building blocks in the body. In particular, the skeleton are dependent on mineral supplies. Minerals are also important for the nervous system and muscles to function normally.

Mineral complex

Multi mineral & vitamin complex


Proteins are the body's building blocks. Each protein is made up of a number of amino acids which are the fundamental building blocks.

Proteins are a large number of bricks that are put together in a long line. Each block is an amino acid. When there is many such blocks together in a row, we call it for protein.

There are 22 amino acids that can connect to many different numbers and combinations.

Basic, you have 4 different types of protein powder: whey, egg, soy and casein (milk protein). The first three are broken down and taken up by the body relatively quickly. Casein is broken down more slowly, ie that the body take longer to digest it, and you get a slower and more prolonged infusion of amino acids.

Protein diet bars
Protein Diet Shakes
Protein powder


Fat can roughly be divided into two main groups: saturated fat and unsaturated fat.

Saturated fat

Too much saturated fat can cause cardiovascular disease.

Fatty acids are absorbed in the intestine. In order for blood to carry them around the body, they are wrapped in cholesterol and proteins.

For large intake of saturated fat can lead to high cholesterol levels, which may lead to heart disease. You get saturated fat from dairy products, cheese, butter, hard margarine and beef.

Unsaturated fats

Unsaturated fats contain omega-3 fatty acids that are particularly favorable for achievement and good health.

Intake of unsaturated fatty acids can lead to reduction of cholesterol in the blood. This is beneficial for heart disease. You should therefore ensure that a large proportion of fat intake is in the form of unsaturated fat.

Unsaturated fat comes from poultry, olive and olive oil, fish oils and cod liver oil. The best unsaturated fatty acids are
omega 3, omega 6 and omega 9

Omega fatty acids