Deutsch/German العربية/ Arabic TŘrkše/Turkish Cesky/Czech 中文/Chinese Română/Romanian Svenska/Swedish Ελληνικά/Greek Polski/Polish Italiano/Italian Franšais/French Espa˝ol/Spanish English/English Русский/Russian
  
„Prevention is the medicine of the 21st century! 
 
Recognize VIPSolution® in your new life partner.
LONGEVITY® - Longer, healthier, happier lives
 
Health care disburses itself also for enterprises
Enterprises according to a study can profit if they worry promptly about the health of their coworkers: "Enterprises receive three for each euro, which they spend on prevention measures, back".
 
For the study with 30 international companies were analyzed and about half of the asked enterprises invested into internal prevention programs. In view of the high net yield, which health investments bring, this ratio is however amazingly low.
 
The increasing prosperity in the industry and developing countries will lead in the coming years to a dramatic rise of chronic illnesses. The study comes to the result that due to the serious consequences, enterprises must take more responsibility for the health of their coworkers in the future.
 
The study puts the following advantages out of the operational health care:
  1. Reduction of the costs by time absent
  2. Reduction of the costs by the durable impairment of the employee efficiency
  3. Increase of the attractiveness of the employer by the health commitment of the enterprise
The last point is important from demographic view, since in the future the employers will fight for the few specialists!
 
VIPSolution®: A healthy investment in the next ten years for your employees.
 
The power station of your cells
WHAT IS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF CYTOCHROME & VIPSolution® FOR YOU AND YOUR BODY?

Tiny but incredibly effective.
Aerobic metabolic processes, which involve the complete oxidation of carbohydrates and fats, take place inside the muscle cell. The cell is the smallest unit in the body where metabolic processes take place and that can therefore be described as 'living'. Cells consist of the cell membrane and the cytoplasm on the inside.

The individual functional units (cell organelles) are in the cytoplasm, like organs in the human body. One cell organ is the mitochondrion, a kind of “cellular power station”. Cytochrome is part of the mitochondrion and contributes to the provision of energy in the cell. Cell energy is what powers the organism. If there is plenty of energy on supply, the body functions efficiently.

Discover the power source of your body cells!
Physical efficiency and mental agility depend on the potential of the body's cells for producing energy. The best way to enhance personal efficiency is to provide the body with an optimum supply of energy. By exercising to increase endurance, we are training our body to assimilate more oxygen and the body's cells to produce more energy. If too little oxygen is processed, which means that not enough energy is being produced, we are not able to perform certain physical and mental activities effectively.

Cytochrome contributes to the provision of energy, which means it has a positive effect on the energy metabolism. Physical exercise stimulates the production of cytochrome and increases the amount of blood reaching the body's cells. The cells can only make optimum use of the extra oxygen that they receive from the increased blood flow if their cytochrome content also increases.
 
Endurance training is the most important stimulus for cytochrome production. An increase in the cytochrome level is an indication of positive changes taking place in the body as a result of exercise. The higher the cytochrome level, the more efficiently the cells can function and the more energy they can produce. Cytochrome measurements can be used to track the level of endurance in an exercise programme.

At the same time the cellular cytochrome content indirectly indicates the mental efficiency of a human being, because the endurance training positively influences mental functions, as concentration, absorbing capacity and the ability to respond.

endurance good = cytochrome high

What is endurance?

Living life to the full and never being short of breath. Endurance is defined as the ability to perform physical activity for a significant length of time without showing signs of fatigue. General endurance is understood as the endurance of a muscle mass that accounts for less than one sixth of the body's muscle structure. This is important in activities such as walking, jogging and cycling. The positive effects of higher general endurance are an increase in the strength of the muscles being used and the improvement of the cardio-vascular system, which enhances overall health and wellbeing.

Cytochrome measurements can be used to track the level of endurance in an exercise programme.

Cytochrome

The cytochrome content reflects the vitality and thus the functioning of different body cells. The increase of cytochrome signals a positive condition of different body functions- as, e.g., an improved blood transport of the heart within the circulatory system. The increased cytochrome content likewise indicates a better capillary action – that is, more small blood vessels, that transport oxygen into the tissue. Muscles, sinews and ligaments will be better developed by the increased training.

At the same time the cellular cytochrome content indirectly indicates the mental efficiency of a human being, because the endurance training positively influences mental functions, as concentration, absorbing capacity and the ability to respond.

endurance good = cytochrome high

VIPSolution® will support your motivation and mental efficiency.

Haben Sie ein gutes Herz?Endurance sports: increase the body's power of resistance and boost the immune system improve the condition of the cardiovascular systemndurance and cytochrome - Feel better with a higher cytochrome level. A high concentration of cytochrome exists when the body’s endurance capacity is in good form. It can therefore be seen as an indicator of the body's energy level as a result of endurance sport. A regular, personalised endurance training programme improves the efficiency of the aerobic metabolic processes.

This increases the quantity of mitochondria in the cell and also the cytochrome level, i.e. the cell creates a higher quantity of this enzyme. The cytochrome level measured by VIPSolution® is therefore directly related to a person's endurance capacity. However, an endurance programme has to be of a certain intensity and duration before the number of mitochondria increases. A rise in the cytochrome level takes place before the number of mitochondria in the cell increases.

If a person stops exercising, their cell cytochrome level and physical fitness will decrease.
Once again, physical fitness decreases at a faster rate than the capacity of the mitochondria.
Learn about your body and monitor your physical condition with BioOrge®. It will help you to be more aware about your body's needs so that you can respond to them directly. As a result, your vitality will increase, you will enjoy life more and your body will be more resistant to disease and obesity. Your Willi Ehrlich

The 21st century began on January 1, 2001 and will end on December 31, 2100.

The breath strengthens the Healthy, whereby the "ill" loses power and influence.


Metabolism (from Greek: μεταβολή metabolē, "change") is the set of life-sustaining chemical transformations within the cells of living organisms. These enzyme-catalyzed reactions allow organisms to grow and reproduce, maintain their structures, and respond to their environments. The word metabolism can also refer to all chemical reactions that occur in living organisms, including digestion and the transport of substances into and between different cells, in which case the set of reactions within the cells is called intermediary metabolism or intermediate metabolism.

Metabolism is usually divided into two categories. Catabolism, that breaks down organic matter and harvests energy by way of cellular respiration, and anabolism that uses energy to construct components of cells such as proteins and nucleic acids.

The chemical reactions of metabolism are organized into metabolic pathways, in which one chemical is transformed through a series of steps into another chemical, by a sequence of enzymes. Enzymes are crucial to metabolism because they allow organisms to drive desirable reactions that require energy that will not occur by themselves, by coupling them to spontaneous reactions that release energy. Enzymes act as catalysts that allow the reactions to proceed more rapidly. Enzymes also allow the regulation of metabolic pathways in response to changes in the cell's environment or to signals from other cells.

The metabolic system of a particular organism determines which substances it will find nutritious and which poisonous. For example, some prokaryotes use hydrogen sulfide as a nutrient, yet this gas is poisonous to animals. The speed of metabolism, the metabolic rate, influences how much food an organism will require, and also affects how it is able to obtain that food.