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How to Protect your Body when you Exercise

How to Protect your Body when you Exercise

There is a significant difference between being fit and being healthy, and the topic of improving one’s performance in sport cannot be separated from adequate nutrition


Exercise is an essential part of a healthy lifestyle but you should consider your body’s nutritional needs like a bank account: If you are burning up more nutrition than you are putting in, you will have a health deficit



You will enjoy exercise more if your body stays fit and healthy:


Joint and bone formula:

-  The muscles require adequate nutrients for over 35 differing activates. The joints are connected by ligaments and these also have special nutrient requirements


-  This formula has been created from vitamins that are involved with muscle function which help with repair and reduce muscle damage, including Vit C, Vit D, Vit B6 and folic acid


-  Also contains seven minerals required for proper muscle activity that synergistically function with the vitamins to maintain muscle and joint function

Magnesium: 8 out of 10 people are deficient!

-  Magnesium improves athletic performance via ATP production


-  It delivers oxygen and nerve impulses to muscles


-  Magnesium increases the capacity for prolonged exercise by up to 50%


-  Supplemental foodstate magnesium counteracts the accelerated excretion of magnesium in sports people and alleviates fatigue


-  Optimum magnesium alleviates muscle cramps and improves energy production within the heart


Glucosamine: Our natural production reduces from age 40 onwards

-  Glucosamine helps alleviate painful joints and helps with the healing process of uncomfortable inflammation

Essential fatty acids:

-  Are involved with muscle growth and the formation of bones


-  Reduce inflammation and are involved with beneficial protein activity


-  Essential fats are used by the body for energy production


-  Alpha-linolenic acid (LNA) helps generate electrical currents that make the heart beat regularly and transports oxygen to cell membranes


-  LNA substantially shortens the recovery time for muscles after intensive exercise and increases production of energy, and alleviates fatigue within the body


-  Dietary fats are also stored within the body as triglycerides (in adipose tissue) for future usage in the production of energy.

Multi Antioxidant with Co-Q10:

-  Co-Q10 increases energy in both sedentary people and athletes by facilitating the conversion of carbohydrates into energy.


-  It improves blood circulation


-  It improves athletic performance by increasing the body's production of energy via adenosine triphosphate ATP


-  It improves the VO2 Max of people who exercise and helps prevent damage to muscles that can occur from intensive exercise  


-  Q10 alleviates the impaired aerobic function that is associated with fatigue


-  It prevents excessive serum levels of Ketones (Ketosis) and increases oxygen supplies to the mitochondria



-  It possesses antioxidant properties and facilitates the deactivation of harmful free radicals


-  Selenium protects the heart and helps to prevent abnormal blood clotting


-  It is estimated that eight out ten of us are selenium deficient. Excessive exercise increases the excretion of Selenium from the body


-  A broad spectrum of vitamins and minerals that are in short supply in farm soils today. Many of these nutrients are excreted from the body during intense exercise







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