How Our Supplement Works?

How Our Supplement Works?

For a healthy body, it is essential to be continuously supplied with those vital elements – including vitamins, minerals, unsaturated fatty acids, phytoestrogens and antioxidants – with food required for the daily functioning and energy consumption of the body that sustain or restore balance in the healthy body as necessary.

They are fundamental building blocks or active ingredients for the body, and consist of long carbon chains of complex chemical composition, often referred to as “organic compounds”. Within the carbon chains of organic compounds, the four valence electrons of atomic carbon can link up with other atoms, atomic groups or radicals in countless variations with respect to the diversity of these compounds themselves. Depending on their individual spatial structures, the binding ligands occupy various spatial fields, and by turning around the carbon atom in space they can be linked in different symmetries. The associated literature calls this phenomenon as chirality, while the resulting varieties are identified as isomers or stereoisomers. Stereoisomerism is optically detectable; chiral molecules tend to rotate polar light to the right (D isomers) or left (L isomers), and these molecules are optical isomers of the same molecular formula.  Two optical isomers that are mirror images of each other are called enantiomers. Enantiomers are identical in all physical and chemical properties (e.g. their melting points are the same), still they respond differently to encountering any other chiral molecule.

The stereoisomers of a specific compound, such as a vitamin, feature the same chemical and physical properties. They have an identical chemical composition, boiling, melting and decomposition point, etc., and the only difference is that they rotate the polar light either to the right, or to the left, and the optically active crystals lack a mirror plane. Consequently, these natural active ingredients – no matter they are carbohydrates, nucleic acids or proteins – have strictly defined spatial geometries, and classify as D or L isomers. In the case of synthetically produced compounds, the isometry properties of the active ingredients are varied, they are combinations of D and L isomers. Their resulting negative characteristic is that they are unable to establish organic bonds with those natural compounds present in the body that do no feature identical spatial geometries, and therefore the body considers these substances to be extraneous, useless and harmful, and tries to remove them. In case the organs of the excretory system cannot remove these substances, they become deposited in the body, and exercise harmful influence in the long term.

In contrast with synthetic products, our formulas containing solely natural ingredients are absorbed and utilized in the body at much better efficiency, and make organic bonds with the compounds that are present in the body, much like a key fits the corresponding lock. 

This homogeneity of spatial structure is the very basis of life on Earth: the high-level molecular complexes that are the source of life, as well as cells and tissues could not have been created from this mixture of right- and left-rotating building blocks. The homogeneity of spatial structure, or in other words chirality means that living organisms respond differently to the right- and left-rotating molecules of the environment. It is confirmed by the fact that humans perceive that the stereoisomers of the individual compounds differ in scent and flavour. The first proven example of this distinction is associated with asparagine, where the synthetically produced, not natural (D)-asparagine is sweet, whereas the natural (L)-asparagine has no flavour. It is called the distinction of diastereomers. 

A large proportion of the synthetic products are also chiral, meaning that the active ingredient is constituted by only one of the enantiomers, and the other enantiomer that is also present is useless, or can even be dangerous or toxic, such as it has been evidenced for the medicine called Thalidomide.  This latter case not described in details here has shaken confidence in conventional medicines containing combined active ingredients.