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Hair vitamin with 21 active ingredients

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Hair vitamin with 21 active ingredients

 

Why do we recommend taking Marathontime Hair Vitamins?

  • Helps improve nail condition
  • Contributes to healthy skin
  • Helps maintain normal hair condition
  • Herbal capsules can be taken by vegans
  • Contains 21 valuable ingredients.

The 21 Valuable Ingredients of Marathontime Hair Vitamin:

1. Golden millet extract

Golden millet is a cereal with a high mineral content and an important source of trace elements, vitamins and amino acids.

2. Cysteine

It is involved in the structure of the skin, hair, cornea and nails due to its sulfur content, but it is also found in creatine, tendon proteins. It helps to clear toxins from the body.

In addition, it can have a protective effect in diseases affecting the brain and nerve cells. It helps break down body fat and increase muscle mass.

Reduces joint pain and inflammation. It helps maintain the structure of the body's proteins.

3. Hyaluronic acid

They are also called compounds of healthy, radiant skin. It is no coincidence that both have been used with preference in the beauty industry for a very long time. The human body itself produces these substances, which play an equally important physiological role in the bodies of men and women. But their production slows down with age, so their replacement may be needed.

4. Vitamin A

Vitamin A - commonly known as retinol - belongs to the family of fat-soluble vitamins and one of its most important functions is to provide vision at dusk. It is needed in the retina of the eye to produce rhodopsin or purple, which is responsible for sensing light.

5. Vitamin D

Vitamin D is produced in the skin when exposed to sunlight, so it is especially important to make up for it during the winter gray months, when it is often deficient in the body.

Vitamin D contributes to the normal functioning of the muscles and nervous system, maintaining normal bones and teeth. It plays a role in the proper functioning of the immune system.

6. Vitamin-E

Vitamin E is a fat-soluble antioxidant vitamin that protects against the damaging effects of free radicals.

During intense sports, when the metabolic processes are accelerated and the number of free radicals released from the cells increases.

These released free radicals can damage muscle tissue and cause fatigue.

Vitamin E plays a key role in protecting the cell membranes of individual cells and contributing to antioxidant processes. It is a long-known and popular ingredient in the cosmetics industry due to its anti-aging properties.

7. Vitamin C

Vitamin C contributes to the normal functioning of the immune system.

8. Vitamin B1

Severe vitamin B1 deficiency causes a disease called beriberi, which is associated with myocardial infarction, skeletal muscle degeneration, depression, and the development of edema.

Lack of it causes excessive agitation, depression, insomnia, and excessive sensitivity to sounds.

9. Vitamin B2

It has a beneficial effect on the growth of the body, reproduction, growth of the skin, nails and hair. Improves vision, prevents the development of mucositis. It helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins and fats. It is absorbed by vitamin B6, vitamin C and niacin. Regular use of some medications (such as antidepressants), alcoholism, and trauma increase the body’s need for this vitamin.

10. Vitamin B3

Vitamin B3 helps reduce fatigue while also playing an important role in metabolism due to energy production. Preserves the health of the skin and nervous system.

11. Vitamin B6

Also called pyridoxine, it is also very important for the immune system and other processes in the body. It contributes to the synthesis of cysteine and the metabolism of homocysteine, proteins and glycogen. It supports the functioning of the nervous system and the psyche. It is involved in the production of red blood cells and regulates hormonal activities.

12. Folic acid

It is involved in blood formation, amino acid and nucleic acid metabolism, and adequate folic acid supply is essential for healthy fetal development.

13. Vitamin B12

It is also known as cyanocobalamin and plays a role in cell division. It plays an important role in the proper functioning of the immune system, nervous system and mental state. It contributes to the production of red blood cells and the metabolism of homocysteine. Like many of the Bs, B-12 affects metabolism, which is important for energy production, and inhibits the symptoms of fatigue.

14. Vitamin B7

Vitamin B7 stimulates nail growth. The faster your nails grow, the stronger and less fragile, and of course, the prettier and healthier. Lack of it can cause hair loss and dermatitis.

15. Vitamin B5

Its role is multifaceted, a key component of an enzyme in the conversion of carbohydrates and fats into energy. It contributes to proper growth, healthy functioning of the nervous system, protects against exhaustion, promotes wound healing. It helps fight infections through the production of antibodies. It is important for the normal functioning of the adrenal glands.

16. Iron

The physiological role of iron in the human (and animal) body is invaluable. Iron is an essential (vital) microelement for our life functions, but our body is not able to produce it, so we need to get it from the outside with food and, if necessary, iron supplementation. Because the absorption and utilization of iron in the body is rather poor, only a fraction of the amount of iron in the diet gets into the bloodstream and then goes to the places where it is needed.

17. Iodine

Iodine ensures proper mental development, regulates metabolism and maintains thyroid function. In Hungary, the arable land is low in iodine, so the plants grown here are also low in iodine. Studies among pregnant women confirm that the newborn had an IQ lower by 20% with inadequate iodine intake. Iodine deficiency can cause the thyroid gland to grow, which can lead to hypothyroidism.

18. Zinc

Zinc has beneficial effects on our skin and is therefore widely used in healing. Zinc-containing preparations are used, for example, in the treatment of acne-prone, acne-prone skin, and wound healing and exfoliation are often promoted with zinc-containing agents. All this is possible because zinc has an antibacterial effect, which plays an essential role in the treatment of inflamed, acne prone skin. In addition, zinc has an exfoliating effect, which is a great help in the quick repair of skin lesions in the treatment of eczema.

19. Manganese

Manganese is a mineral that the human body needs in very small amounts. The human body contains only 10 to 20 mg of manganese, yet the intake of adequate amounts of manganese is essential for the physiological functioning of many physiological processes.

20. Chromium

The role of the trace element in various diseases has long been studied. Its replacement has also been linked to diabetes, a reduction in blood fat levels, weight loss and changes in body composition. Chromium is an essential trace element that is not produced by the body, so it needs to be included in the diet.

21. Molybdenum

Molybdenum is a micro-mineral that is only present in very small amounts in our bodies. Nevertheless, its role is essential for us. Molybdenum also plays a role in the function of several important enzymes. It is also involved in the synthesis of nucleic acids, the breakdown of amino acids, the conversion of fats into energy and the disposal of certain harmful substances.

Helps keep nerves running smoothly and keep us well. Essential for maintaining male potency and fertility . One cause of impotence in older men may be a lack of molybdenum in the diet.

Packaging: 60 Vegan Capsules (60 servings)

Active ingredients in the recommended daily dose (1 capsule):

Name

Quantity

*NRV

     

Golden millet extract

50 mg

-

Hyaluronic acid

30 mg

-

Cysteine

30 mg

-

Vitamin A

533 µg

67%

Vitamin D

10 µg

200%

Vitamin E

8 mg

67%

Vitamin C

80 mg

100%

Vitamin B1

1 mg

91%

Vitamin B3

12 mg

75%

Vitamin B2

1,33 mg

95%

Vitamin B9

400 µg

200%

Vitamin B6

2 mg

143%

Vitamin B7

900 µg

1800%

Vitamin B12

2 µg

80%

Iron

20 mg

143%

Vitamin B5

6 mg

100%

Iodine

180 µg

120%

Chromium

18 µg

45%

Zinc

18 mg

180%

Manganese

4,8 mg

240%

Molybdenum

18 µg

36%

*: NRV daily reference intake for adults

Quality: Like all other Marathontime products, Hair Vitamin is made from safe ingredients in Europe.

Warning: A dietary supplement is no substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle!

* Claims not scientifically substantiated by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and not certified by the European Commission (EC).

 Dosage recommendation: Take 1 capsule daily with plenty of fluids.

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11/05/2022
Hajhullás miatt választottam ezt a terméket, egy hónap alatt egy picivel mérséklődött a hajhullásom, hosszú távon szerintem jó lesz.
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02/02/2022
Ez volt az egyik legjobb választás, amit a Marathontime-tól vettem. Sajnos nekem nagyon hullott a hajam és már sok mindent kipróbáltam, de nem volt hatásos. Ezt a hajvitamint lassan 2 hónapja szedem és a hajhullásom teljesen megszűnt, illetve babahajak is elkezdtek nőni. Nagyon elégedett vagyok vele, végre nem hullik a hajam :)

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