Body focus guide

Human body resembles a huge factory involving a lot of machinery which consists of many parts. Each of them can break over some time and, therefore, must be maintained so that its life cycle be prolonged as much as possible. Nature is said to have a cure-all recipe and this is exactly our philosophy.  In order to make it easier for you to find the right dietary supplements we have designed a guide list to help you focus on what you need in the context of the different parts of your body.

Ageing

Ageing

Ageing is understood to be a process which demonstrates as dropping vitality due to age and reduced effectiveness...

Antioxidants

Antioxidants

Antioxidants are substances mitigating the impacts or preventing the emerging of free radicals in human body, or converting them to a less reactive form.

Blood production

Blood production

Blood production, the haematopoiesis, is the process of formation of blood cellular components (including red and white blood cells and platelets). 

Blood sugar

Blood sugar

In the bodies of healthy people sugar is transferred from blood to tissues where it is needed as an energy source. 

Bones, joints

Bones, joints

The bone is a solid, mineralised structural unit which serves as a body support and as a means of mechanical protection of the internal organs. 

Digestive system

Digestive system

The digestive system or gastrointestinal tract is a set of organs which cater for food intake, its mechanical and chemical...

Energy, physical condition

Energy, physical condition

The body energy and overall physical condition are very important for every individual, a formula applies in this respect...

Heart, vessels

Heart, vessels

The heart is a hollow muscle organ located in the chest which acts as a permanent pump, safeguarding, by its contractions...

Immunity

Immunity

The word immunity is used to express the ability of human organism to supervise all actions and activities in our body. 

Liver

Liver

The liver is one of the most important organs of human body because they eliminate waste substances thus cleaning it up. 

Memory, concentration

Memory, concentration

Memory is the ability of the central nervous system to store and apply information from previous experience. 

Muscles

Muscles

Human musculature is a suite of muscles the function of which allows for active movements of the organism or parts thereof...

Nervous system

Nervous system

The role of the nervous system is to capture and process stimuli influencing the organism and to safeguard adequate responses thereto. 

Potency

Potency

The word potency is derived from a Latin expression the original meaning of which was power, performance, capability,...

Psyche

Psyche

Psyche is the basic and most general psychological term. It is derived from the Greek psyché...

Skin

Skin

The outermost layer of the skin is epidermis. It forms a waterproof protective envelope of the body surface and it is formed...

Sleep

Sleep

Sleep is the inactivation and relaxation phase of the organism, during which the activity of the brain changes...

Slimming

Slimming

Slimming is a process of reducing one’s body weight by an individual. Usually, it is the result of thinning tissue fat which... 

Teeth

Teeth

Teeth are a hard formation in the buccal cavity of most vertebrae and their function is predominantly to grasp, separate

Tiredness, exhaustion

Tiredness, exhaustion

Tiredness is the organism's response to physical or mental stress. It is an absolutely normal reaction, if one goes through...

Urinary tract

Urinary tract

The urinary tract, or urinary system, is a blanket term for a system of hollow organs serving to transport urine...