Take 1-4 capsules with 200ml water daily as needed.
The German Nutrition Society (DGE) recommends a daily zinc intake of 7mg for women and 10mg for men (NRV: 10mg) to avoid deficiency. An increased daily intake is required by individuals suffering from certain diseases, such as hypothyroidism in particular, and those who are pregnant and breastfeeding.
The European Food and Safety Authority (EFSA) has established a reference value of 2mg manganese per day. According to the DGE, adults have a daily intake requirement of 2 to 5mg manganese.
The official daily requirement for calcium according to the DGE is 1,000mg (NRV: 800µg). Adolescents between the ages of 13 and 19 have an increased calcium requirement of 1,200mg per day, while the elderly and those suffering from certain diseases may be at a higher risk of developing a calcium deficiency.
The DGE recommends a daily intake of between 300 and 400mg of magnesium (NRV: 375mg). However, individual magnesium needs may vary according to biochemical factors, and can be significantly increased during stressful periods.
Note: According to the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR), magnesium intake through supplements should not exceed a maximum daily amount of 250mg of magnesium in food supplements in order to avoid a laxative effect (resulting in mild diarrhoea). The maximum amount applies to persons aged four years and older. For infants under four years of age, there is no such guidance relating to a daily maximum due to lack of data. The BfR recommends that the daily dose be divided into at least two separate doses per day. This is because scientific data shows that magnesium tolerability is increased when intake is spread between two or more portions per day.
In Germany, official daily requirements (DGE) for selenium correspond to 30-70µg (NRV: 55µg).
EFSA has established a daily chromium requirement of 40µg. According to the DGE, adults require 30µg to 100µg chromium per day. Since the chromium content of food fluctuates significantly, sufficient intake may not be guaranteed through dietary intake.
The DGE recommends a daily intake of 50-100µg molybdenum per day for adults.
Do not exceed the recommended dose. Food supplements cannot replace a balanced and varied diet. Keep out of reach of children.
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat.