Food is our first medicine

Refining, radiation, preservatives, enhancers, colorants, flavors, fillers are the evils of our food, and these industrial processes alter the nutritional quality of our food.

The nutritional values of some popular vegetables, from asparagus to spinach, have dropped significantly since 1950. A 2004 US study found important nutrients in some garden crops are up to 38% lower than there were at the middle of the 20th Century.

On average, across the 43 vegetables analysed, calcium content declined 16%, iron by 15% and phosphorus by 9%.
The vitamins riboflavin and ascorbic acid both dropped significantly, while there were slight declines in protein levels. Similar decreases have been observed in the nutrients present in wheat.

This has fortunately sparked the return to healthier eating with organic foods. Unfortunately the market has responded to labeling everything healthier/organic from snacks to sweets. This heavy contradiction highlights the ambiguity surrounding food and the quest for well-being.

NUTRILORDS has understood this and embraced Hippocrates' dictum that " food is our first medicine ". Restoring what has been depleted from the soil & food in singular daily capsules.

NUTRILORDS has embraced Hippocrates' dictum that " food is our first medicine ".

What are the signs of nutritional deficiency?

The main symptoms are :

  • Significant fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Impairment of the skin, hair and nails
  • A pale complexion
  • Digestive disorders
  • Repeated infections
  • Heart palpitations
  • Sleep disorders
  • Depressive symptoms
  • ADHD
  • Premature balding
  • Slow metabolism
  • Anemia
  • Low B12
  • Low Testosterone
  • Infertility
  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Premature Aging

Vitamin D

Vitamin D is a hormone produced in the skin in connection with exposure to sunlight or other UV rays.
This hormone mainly enables calcium to bind to bone, but is also involved in the immune response. The vitamin D receptor (VDR) is found in nearly all, if not all, cells in the body, showing just how extremely important it is.
A Vitamin D deficiency can be the cause of general fatigue, lower back pain, muscle and bone pain, depressive mood, and lack of muscle tone or weakness.

Vitamin B12

This vitamin plays an important role in the production of red blood cells.
It is also necessary for cell multiplication and nervous system coordination.
This B12 deficiency affects Vegans, people with intestinal diseases or heavy alcohol consumers.
The lack of B12 leads to anemia, a feeling of fatigue, mood changes, yellowing skin.


It's a trace element involved in the conversion of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins into energy for the body.
Magnesium is primarily found within the cell where it acts as a counter ion for the energy-rich ATP and nuclear acids. Magnesium is a cofactor in > 300 enzymatic reactions.
This deficiency results in significant fatigue, insomnia, a feeling of irritability but also hypertension.


Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a substance that helps convert food into energy. CoQ10 is found in almost every cell in the body, and it is a powerful antioxidant.
Some researchers believe that CoQ10 may help with heart-related conditions, because it can improve energy production in cells, prevent blood clot formation, and act as an antioxidant.
In addition to it helping with diabetes, high blood pressure & cholesterol.


Zinc is a mineral essential for many of the body's normal functions and systems. Such as the immune system, wound healing, blood clotting, thyroid function and sense of taste & smell.
Zinc deficiency can be responsible for loss of appetite, stunted growth, hair loss, acne, delayed sexual maturation or even disruption of autoimmune function in some severe cases.


It's an essential trace element that contributes to the formation of hemoglobin, a protein in red blood cells in charge of transporting oxygen from the lungs to the body's cells.
Iron deficiency leads to anemia, the cause of irritability, poor concentration.
From a physical angle this is characterized by a pale complexion, a heavy tongue, dry or rough skin, dry and damaged hair, hair loss headaches and brittle nails.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C plays a role in controlling infections and healing wounds, and is a powerful antioxidant that can neutralize harmful free radicals.
It is needed to make collagen, a fibrous protein in connective tissue that is weaved throughout various systems in the body:

  • nervous
  • immune system
  • bone
  • cartilage
  • blood
  • and others

This vitamin helps make several hormones and chemical messengers used in the brain and nerves.

Vitamin B9

Folic acid, also known as folate or B9, has a major function in our bodies, helping to produce genetic material and promote cell division.
This vitamin is therefore essential for pregnant women and the healthy development of the fetus during pregnancy.


Iodine is an essential mineral found in foods, such as fish and dairy products.
Necessary for the production of thyroid hormones T3 and T4, fetal development, and cognitive function.
A lack of iodine can be the cause of thyroid disease, PCOS and Fibrocystic breast.

What solution in case of nutritional deficiency?

You will have understood that for a person in good health it may be enough to have a varied and balanced diet as well as moderate sun exposure without forgetting good hydration.

The most important thing is to have a good-quality diet, which is increasingly difficult these days.

Regular tests should be carried out by a health professional to diagnose any deficiencies.

From then on, dietary supplementation can be a solution to physical fatigue or stress.

One way to make up for the deficiencies in our foods is to consume the active ingredients that have disappeared from our daily diet.

A dietary supplement is an indispensable nutritional aid in cases of observed deficiency, at certain periods of life, and in cases of increased need for energy.

Dietary supplements are there to provide all the nutrients the body needs.
It’s important is to incorporate them into the diet in proportions particular and specific to each individual.

In fact, it must be remembered that nutritional requirements differ according to age, constitution and period of life.

The solution is to take personalized dietary supplements alongside a balanced diet.

To conclude, balancing your diet according to life's circumstances requires you to choose these foods carefully and, according to your own needs, to consume supplements.
It goes without saying that if your body is to remain in good health, it needs quality vitamins and minerals, which only quality nutritional supplements can provide : NUTRILORDS has understood this.