Comment prendre sa cure ? - Epycure

EPYCURE How to take your cure?


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A course of food supplements must be taken over a given period of time with the parallel implementation of a lifestyle reform to maximize the benefits. Our nutrition experts try to answer your main questions.

Deficits in vitamins, minerals and trace elements are common in our time (you can read our article why supplement ) and can worsen as we age. The earlier your deficiencies are identified and corrected, the lower the risk of imbalance and cellular aging.

1. How long does my treatment last?

We recommend an average of 3 months for the body to recharge with vitamins and minerals (1) (2) but it depends on your terrain and your initial deficiencies. This treatment must be accompanied by a dietary and lifestyle reform (physical exercise, stress management) so that the body maintains sufficient vitamin intake at the end of the treatment and so that you can adopt good reflexes. which will allow the body to rebalance itself in the long term.

2. When should I take my treatment?

The plant active ingredients are better assimilated outside of meals; in order to avoid any interference, we advise you to take your capsules in the morning on an empty stomach outside of meals with a large glass of water.
If you forget to take your dose, do not compensate with a double dose the next day, continue your treatment as normal.

To avoid forgetting, a few reflexes can be easily adopted: position your pill organizer in a strategic location (kitchen, bathroom, etc.) or in the office, use reminders on your phone, in your diary or slip your travel pill organizer into your bag.

Come and answer our questionnaire to find out what your body needs and so that we can provide you with your personalized solution.

(1) Nancy F. Krebs Overview of Zinc Absorption and Excretion in the Human Gastrointestinal Tract The Journal of Nutrition, Volume 130, Issue 5, May 2000, Pages 1374S–1377S,

(2) The Effects of Magnesium Supplementation on Subjective Anxiety and Stress—A Systematic Review Neil Bernard Boyle *, Clare Lawton and Louise Dye

Solène Senejko

Ingénieure Alimentation & Santé