As our body does not produce selenium itself, it must be supplied in sufficient quantities with food if health and well-being are not to be impaired. Together with vitamins C, E and beta-carotene, selenium reduces the formation of free radicals. It is assumed that free radicals are significantly involved in the formation of cancer cells.

Intensive farming depletes arable soils and, according to a study, this means that 96% of the population in Germany and Austria do not consume enough selenium.

A lack of selenium leads to faster ageing of all body cells. Selenium, which enters the human organism through food and is optimally absorbed here, reduces and minimizes all the damage that accelerates the ageing process.

If even the slightest deficiency makes you ill - selenium, our most important trace element, is sufficiently contained in our products.