Vitamins are life?

Wikipedia notes that vitamins are not an energy source for humans and that micronutrient deficiencies are rare. Consumer advice centers throughout Europe emphasize that a balanced and varied diet should be the primary source of essential nutrients, including vitamins. Insurance companies and health authorities at least recognise that vitamins are essential nutrients that our bodies need to stay healthy and fit, and that certain vitamins can help slow the typical problems associated with ageing.

Although the importance of vitamins for vital functions in our bodies should be well known by now, there is still a lack of awareness of the enormous power that an optimal vitamin supply can have for all of us. The annual celebration of World Vitamin Day aims to raise awareness and empower individuals to effectively address their preventive health needs.

Anniversary of the first World Vitamin Day

On July 2, 1992, Dr. Linus Pauling, a two-time Nobel Laureate and pioneer in vitamin research, along with his associate Dr. Matthias Rath, presented a groundbreaking perspective in healthcare: the critical role of vitamins in health and prevention, and the profound implications of these discoveries. The video recording of this press conference underscores their significance for millions worldwide. Inspired by this breakthrough in vitamin research, scientists worldwide published tens of thousands of scientific papers in the ensuing years, revolutionizing medicine. Vitamins and other micronutrients stand as the sole scientifically validated method for universal prevention.

Science is the basis of everything

To commemorate this scientific breakthrough, we marked World Vitamin Day for the first time on July 2, 2022. The significance of this event cannot be overstated. Today, we can all benefit from these discoveries and strive towards our personal prevention goals by ensuring an optimal supply of essential nutrients for our cells.

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