Daily basic supplementation.

  • To optimise our diet.
  • Scientifically proven.
  • Easy to integrate into everyday life.

A healthy diet means good health.

The supply of micronutrients to the body’s cells is the foundation for our health1. We must supply the body with vital vitamins and trace elements through a healthy diet. That’s easy enough in theory, but less so in practice.

56 % of people surveyed state that they do not have the time to eat a healthy diet. As many as 46% say they find it hard to keep it up2.

70 % of our energy intake are empty carbohydrates, which contain few micronutrients.

Only 15 % of women and 7 % of men eat the recommended five servings of fruits and vegetables a day3.

Special circumstances, special needs.

People often need extra micronutrients – for example in certain life circumstances that can affect a number of people:

  • Adolescents
  • The elderly
  • People with chronic diseases
  • People on (crash) diets or fasting
  • Pregnant women
  • Young women
  • Users of nicotine, alcohol, etc.
  • People under stress
  • Athletes and people under physical pressure
  • Breastfeeding mums

Medicines can disrupt the micronutrient balance

More than half of the population regularly take medication. Whether it's the contraceptive pill, antihistamines, antibiotics, blood pressure-lowering medication, cholesterol-lowering medication, diabetes medications or painkillers, pharmaceuticals interfere with the metabolism in a variety of ways and compete with micronutrients (vitamins and trace elements) for the same enzymes and transport systems. This makes it all the more important to ensure a sufficient supply of micronutrients.

Feeling great every day.

LaVita helps us to optimise our daily intake of vitamins and trace elements. This gives us the reassuring feeling of being well supplied for everyday life.

1 With iron, vitamins C, A, D, B6 and B12, folic acid, copper, selenium and zinc, LaVita contains all relevant micronutrients that contribute to the normal function of the immune system.
2 TK Study on nutrition, Techniker Krankenkasse, 2017
3 Mensink et. Al. 2013