About each ingredient
A natural polyphenolic ingredient extracted from rosemary and citrus.
Clinical evaluations have shown that a continuous intake of 100mg per day increases the protective effect against UV rays and reduces the redness of the skin caused by sunburn quickly.
A water-soluble vitamin. It plays a role as a coenzyme when carbohydrates are broken down and converted into energy.
If there is a deficiency, the breakdown of sugar may be slowed down, causing fatigue and irritability due to lack of energy in the brain and nerves.
It is found in pork, chicken liver, and brown rice.
A water-soluble vitamin. It is an essential nutrient for growth, promoting lipid metabolism and cell regeneration.
A lack of it can lead to skin irritation and mouth ulcers.
It is found in beef liver, chicken liver, dairy products, eggs, and natto.
A water-soluble vitamin. An essential nutrient for developing children, pregnant women, and nursing mothers because it promotes growth. It is also essential for protein metabolism.
It is advisable to take vitamin B2 at the same time, as a lack of vitamin B2 prevents the utilization of B6.
It is found in beef liver, chicken, bonito, and tuna.
Water-soluble vitamins. This is an essential nutrient for sugar and lipid metabolism. Inadequate amounts can cause stomatitis and gastrointestinal disorders.
It is found in beef liver, pork liver, chicken, and cod roe.
A water-soluble vitamin. Maintains the health of skin and mucous membranes, and increases resistance and immunity.
If you are under a lot of stress, you can take vitamins C and E together for better results.
It is found in beef liver, pork liver, sardines, and eel.
A water-soluble vitamin. It is essential for the development of the fetus and infant.
It is abundantly contained in beef liver, pork liver, molokheiya, spinach, and asparagus.
Water-soluble vitamin. Helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, proteins, and amino acids.
It is found in beef liver, pork liver, sardines, peanuts, walnuts, etc.
A water-soluble vitamin. In cooperation with folic acid, it synthesizes hemoglobin and helps the synthesis of proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids in nerve cells.
It is abundantly contained in beef liver, oysters, saury, and clams.
A water-soluble vitamin. It has been attracting attention for its antioxidant properties that help prevent skin blemishes, colds, and cancer. It is also essential for the production of collagen, so a deficiency in this nutrient can cause the skin to lose its elasticity.
It is a nutrient that should be consumed with every meal because it is excreted in a few hours.Acerola, lemons, kiwifruit, persimmons, etc. are rich in this substance.
A fat-soluble vitamin. It is also synthesized by exposure to sunlight. It helps keep bones strong by promoting the absorption of calcium, so a lack of it increases the risk of osteoporosis and bone fractures.
It is abundantly contained in saury, eel, black marlin, and dried shiitake.
A fat-soluble vitamin. It dissolves in the body's cell membranes and prevents oxidation, so it is attracting attention as a vitamin that prevents aging.
It is abundantly contained in eel, shijimi, almonds, and peanuts.
A type of carotenoid, a yellow, orange, or red fat-soluble pigment with strong antioxidant properties.
It is found in large amounts in the macula and lens of the eye, and as an antioxidant, it works to protect the eye by suppressing the "active oxygen" that causes eye aging and by absorbing harmful light.
It is abundantly contained in green and yellow vegetables such as kale and spinach.
The red pigment found in the flesh of shrimp, crab, and salmon, also known as marine vitamins. In addition to protecting the skin from ultraviolet rays and preventing cell oxidation, it is attracting attention as a material that works against aging throughout the body by improving brain and blood vessel health and eye fatigue.
It is found in salmon fillets and salmon roe.
A vitamin-like substance involved in the metabolism of lipids in the body. It transports lipids to the muscles and promotes the burning of triglycerides and fatty acids.
It is found in beef and lamb.
A fat-soluble vitamin-like substance that is synthesized in the body. It is found in the mitochondria, the organelles that convert nutrients into energy, and plays a role in assisting the enzymes that produce energy. It is originally found in the body, but it decreases with age, so it needs to be replenished.
It is found in beef, pork, bonito, and tuna.
It is the most abundant mineral in the body. In addition to the formation of bones and teeth, it also stabilizes the mind and helps secretion of hormones and saliva.
In addition to requiring vitamin D for absorption, it is important to note that oxalic acid in vegetables and phytic acid in grains can interfere with absorption.
Dried shrimp, dried fish, cheese, and milk are rich in this substance.
A mineral that is the main material for hemoglobin. A shortage of this mineral can lead to iron deficiency anemia, which causes dizziness, shortness of breath, and headaches.
Heme iron has a higher absorption rate than non-heme iron, and the absorption rate is increased when taken with vitamin C. On the other hand, phytic acid contained in grains and polyphenols such as tannin contained in tea can inhibit its absorption, so care must be taken.
It is found in beef liver, pork liver, chicken liver, and tuna.
A mineral that is essential for the functioning of genes, it helps in the synthesis of DNA and proteins, promotes cell metabolism, and maintains normal taste.
Because it is involved in various biological reactions, a lack of it can cause various symptoms throughout the body, such as white spots on the nails.
It is found in beef liver, pork liver, chicken liver, abalone, and oysters.
A mineral that helps the action of iron and prevents anemia. It also helps in the formation of bones and blood vessels, removes active oxygen, and produces collagen to maintain healthy skin.
It is abundantly contained in beef liver, pork liver, and eel.
A mineral that is the main component of thyroid hormones. Thyroid hormones regulate the metabolism and function of tissues in the body, and promote metabolism.
It is found in chicken, mackerel, bonito, and kelp.
An essential trace mineral for the human body. It plays an important role in antioxidant reactions.
It is found in chicken meat, dried whitebait, and bonito.
An essential trace mineral for the body. It is a constituent of enzymes that work in the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids, and enzymes with antioxidant properties that maintain growth and reproductive functions.
Dried shrimps, pond smelt, and clams are rich in this substance.
It is found in the liver and kidneys, and helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats, and supplements the function of several enzymes, such as increasing the use of iron.
It is found in beef liver, herring, and clams.
A mineral that helps in the metabolism of carbohydrates and lipids. It strengthens the function of insulin, lowers blood sugar levels, promotes lipid metabolism, and keeps neutral fat and cholesterol levels normal.
It is found in beef, chicken, eggs, and clams.