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VITAMINS and MINERALS

Do you know that:

  • Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body. Is one of many antioxidants which block some of the damage caused by free radicals and help to keep your immune system in ready for fighting with infecting agents. The body is not able to make vitamin C on its own, and it does not store vitamin C, so it is very important to consume it in a proper quantity.
  • B vitamins help the body to produce energy and form red blood cells. Proponents suggest that taking a vitamin B complex may help treat or prevent certain health problems. They take part in most metabolic tracts such as: helping cells make and maintain DNA, supporting the immune system, improving nervous and digestive systems. B vitamins are involved in the production of hormones and are essential for normal growth.
  • Minerals take part in core metabolic traits. Iron is required for sufficient hemoglobin formulation and is required for delivering oxygen to every tissue. The influence of iodine, is essential for the body. It raises the metabolic rate, helping the body to burn fat, preventing the accumulation of cholesterol and helping to stabilize body weight. It has an impact on the nervous system and improves the strength of hair and nails. Zinc is an essential micronutrient for making testosterone and men fertility. Zinc deprivation can make you lose your appetite and your ability to taste food. It may also weaken your immune system, increasing your risk of infections.

VITAMIN C

Do you know that:

  • Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body. Is one of many antioxidant which block some of the damage caused by free radicals and help to keep your immune system in ready for fighting with infecting agents. The body is not able to make vitamin C on its own, and it does not store vitamin C, so it is very important to consume it in a proper quantity.
  • Calcium is vital for body function. It is required for the health of the bones, cells, muscles and nerves.
  • Vitamin D is a vitamin our body doesn't store. The sun's rays trigger our body to produce vitamin D. If there is not sufficient sun exposure the result is a negative effect on mood and overall health including bones and teeth strength.

MAGNESIUM

Do you know that:

  • Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body. Is one of many antioxidant which block some of the damage caused by free radicals and help to keep your immune system in ready for fighting with infecting agents. The body is not able to make vitamin C on its own, and it does not store vitamin C, so it is very important to consume it in a proper quantity.
  • Vitamin B6 is involved with more than 100 enzymatic reactions. This vitamin is involved in creation of an important group of messaging molecules - neurotransmitters such as, melatonin, epinephrine, norepinephrine, GABA and serotonin so-called the happy hormone.
  • Magnesium a crucial dietary mineral, helps maintain proper cardiovascular system function, affects energy metabolism and maintains the health of your nervous system by an inhibitory effect on certain neurotransmitters, the brain chemicals responsible for signal transmission between nerve cells. Specifically, magnesium helps with the manufacture of dopamine, which has a calming effect on your brain. Stress can greatly increase magnesium loss so supplementation of this mineral is very important in modern society.

B-CAROTENE, IRON

Do you know that:

  • Vitamin A (B-carotene) is necessary for a large number of metabolic functions. One of the major unique functions of vitamin A is it's role in vision, especially dim-light vision. It is produced from beta carotene and is also necessary for normal cell growth and cell division. DNA replication requires the presence of vitamin A to function properly. This vitamin is also an important part of bone and teeth development as well as its use by the body as an antioxidant.
  • Iron is required for sufficient hemoglobin formulation and is required for delivering oxygen to every tissue. Is also involved in the conversion of blood sugar to energy. The production of enzymes also depends on iron, this aspect becomes crucial during the recovery process from illnesses or following strenuous exercise or competing.
  • Vitamin C is needed for the growth and repair of tissues in all parts of your body. Is one of many antioxidant which block some of the damage caused by free radicals and help to keep your immune system in ready for fighting with infecting agents. The body is not able to make vitamin C on its own, and it does not store vitamin C, so it is very important to consume it in a proper quantity.
  • Vitamin E primary role of vitamin E appears to be as an antioxidant. This vitamin plays an important role in the protection of vitamin A including B-carotene and ascorbic acid from oxidation in the digestive tract and in the body cells. In the body tissue vitamin E reduce the oxidation of the polyunsaturated fatty acids, thereby helping to maintain the integrity of the cell membranes. Thus the protective of the vitamin enhances the efficient use of vitamin A and ascorbic acid.

Athletes: Get More Powerful With Magnesium

The foods we eat can change the way our bodies use energy, thereby affecting our athletic performance. Magnesium deficiency is one of the most common deficiencies in the United States. This mineral is found in every cell in the body; it supports over 300 enzymatic reactions, and it plays a significant role in how you produce energy.When we talk about "energy," we are really talking about adenosine triphosphate (ATP), a molecule our bodies produce. When we eat, our bodies metabolize the food, breaking it down and creating ATP. Our cells use ATP to keep us alive and moving around. For athletes, training helps their bodies produce ATP more efficiently, leading to improved work capacity and better endurance. Learn more about how ATP works. In order for ATP to become usable, it must bind to a magnesium ion, which makes the mineral very important. Without adequate amounts of magnesium in our diets, our cells cannot produce the high amount of ATP molecules we need to maximize our athletic performance. As levels drop further, muscle spasms can occur and electrolyte balance can be disrupted. Magnesium also contributes to bone development, which can be adversely impacted if levels are too low. Most people in the U.S. who eat lots of processed foods have subpar levels of magnesium. This hinders their energy production, but it's not low enough to show a deficiency in the blood during a blood test. As an athlete, you need to consume adequate amounts of magnesium to ensure your body is producing as much ATP as possible.

 

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