The Hänseler Forte dietary supplements support the body and show a bioavailability of more than 90%.
Hänseler Forte - The water coating makes the difference
Our body needs various elements to work properly. We normally get these from our food. They naturally occur in two different forms: water-soluble and fat-soluble substances. As our body is made from up to 80% water, substances that are water-soluble are easy to digest.
However, it’s a different story for fat-soluble substances. The extent to which we can absorb fat-soluble substances is limited due to a complicated transformation process. This means that a large proportion of these substances are excreted again without being used. With the advanced micelle technology, the substance is given a water coating, thereby improving absorption.
With the micelle technology, the substances are prepared before you even take them. The substance core is given a water coating using natural elements. This water coating makes the difference. Bioavailability (how the substance is digested and absorbed in the body) is improved.
Micellisation is a natural process that usually already takes place in our gut. A water coating therefore means that the body can save time and energy. Supplements are good for the body – they reduce its workload and provide it with more energy. Even a low dose can have a major effect.
And the best part? Thanks to micellisation, it is possible to achieve bioavailability of over 90%, so that vital substances can get to where they need to be.
Why Hänseler Forte?
The core of the vital substance is given a water coating in a process called micellisation, using natural elements. This makes the difference. The water coating means that the body can save time and energy. Micellized supplements are good for the body – they reduce its workload and provide it with more energy.
Thanks to micellisation, it is possible to achieve bioavailability (how the substance is digested and absorbed in the body) of over 90%. This process can be used for a wide range of substances. Since it is a natural process, no artificial additives, such as polysorbates and piperine components, are required.
The so-called micelles are more easily absorbed in the small intestine mucosa. From there, the major vital substances are transported into the corresponding cells of our body via the blood and lymph.
Curcuma has been used as a spice and remedy for thousands of years in India.
Curcuma contains roughly 2-4% curcuminoids, notably curcumin, which has a major health-promoting effect.
The use of boswellia resin (olibanum) has a long history in India, north Africa and the Middle East.
Like curcuma, boswellia has been used as a remedy in ayurvedic medicine in India for several centuries. Boswellia trees are part of the Burseraceae (torchwood) family.