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Sports Multi 60 capsules

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Balanced formula of important microelements with high efficiency, designed for athletes and people who regularly engage in physical activity. It supports the endocrine system by providing it with nutrients. Increases energy and helps the body adapt to physical stress. Helps recovery.

Application: Sports, athletics and general exercises. A formula that provides important micronutrients that support the metabolic efficiency needed by active people or those who engage in strenuous physical activity.

Active ingredients:

Pantothenic acid - also known as anti-stress vitamin. An essential nutrient for the adrenal glands. It plays a crucial role in the release of energy through the production of KoA and ACP (acyl protein carrier), components necessary for the absorption of carbohydrates, fats and proteins;

Magnesium - is involved in energy synthesis, protein formation and cell replication, as well as other cellular functions. Regulates the pumping of potassium and sodium, and hence cellular hydration;

Vitamin C is an antioxidant. Reduces the harmful effects of oxidative stress caused by intense exercise. Participates in the biosynthesis of the amino acid carnitine, necessary for the absorption of fatty acids and in the functioning of the cardiovascular system;

Calcium - necessary for the formation and maintenance of optimal bone structure. For athletes, especially women with low weight and / or amenorrhea, there is a risk of bone loss and fractures due to calcium-deficient diets;

Zinc - strenuous exercise leads to zinc deficiency, and hence to decreased muscle function. Diets related to weight control in athletes lower zinc levels and can lead to lower results or worsen their health. Zinc is important for the immune system, as viral infection or disease reduces training time. In addition, zinc deficiency adversely affects testosterone levels;

Vitamin E - thanks to its antioxidant action, it prevents oxidative damage resulting from exercise. This vitamin slows down the aging process of cells, strengthens immunity, relieves muscle spasms;

Beta-carotene - a substance of plant origin, which the body converts into vitamin A. It has antioxidant properties, strengthens and strengthens the immune system. Natural beta-carotene contains carotenoids, including zeaxanthin and lutein. Compared to vitamin A, carotenoids have a greater antioxidant effect and better protect the thymus gland, which is extremely susceptible to oxidative stress;

Potassium - a mineral that regulates water balance, blood pressure, acidity and neuromuscular function. It plays an important role in transmitting electrical impulses to the heart. Together with sodium, they maintain muscle tone, water balance, blood pressure, kidneys, adrenal gland function and acid / alkaline balance;

Vitamin B3 - Nicotinamide is a water-soluble vitamin that is used by the body in the process of releasing energy from carbohydrates. It is also needed for the formation of fats from carbohydrates, as well as for the processing of alcohol. It has an anti-inflammatory effect and supports the integrity of the joints;

Vanadium - an ultra micronutrient that resembles insulin and therefore maintains insulin sensitivity. Vanadium compounds improve heart function and smooth muscle contraction by modulating blood pressure in various types of hypertension and insulin resistance;

Green tea - contains vitamins, volatile oils, minerals, caffeine. The main constituents of polyphenols, especially catechin called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), promote good health;

Iron - a major mineral that is part of the component in the blood - hemoglobin, which carries oxygen. Fatigue is observed in iron deficiency. Lack of iron prevents the synthesis of ATP, the energy source for the body;

Medium chain triglycerides - Medium chain triglycerides do not require pancreatic enzymes and bile acids to be absorbed. They are directly absorbed into the veins, passing through the membranes, facilitating their transport, metabolism and bioavailability. They are more easily oxidized to produce energy and strength. They are a perfect carrier of CoQ10, provide synergistic action for energy production and metabolic efficiency;

Selenium - activates glutathione peroxidase (antioxidant enzyme), which helps protect the body from free radicals. Supports the normal functioning of the immune system. Activates thyroid hormones;

BCAAs (branched chain amino acids) - leucine, isoleucine and valine, are considered essential amino acids, as their lack in human food would lead to death. They support muscle tissue, store glycogen in the muscles, prevent the breakdown of muscle proteins during exercise;

Vitamin B1 - also known as thiamine, water-soluble vitamin, coyote
Vitamin B6 - an essential vitamin needed for the processing of amino acids for energy in muscles. Supports the formation and release of many amino acids and hormones (melatonin, serotonin and dopamine). Degrades muscle glycogen;

Vitamin B2 - riboflavin, a water-soluble vitamin. Responsible for the processing of fats and amino acids, activates pyridoxine and folic acid, helps convert carbohydrates into ATP. Under certain conditions, it acts as an antioxidant. Participates in the synthesis of the coenzymes FMN (flavin mononucleotide) and FAD (flavin adenine dinucleotide), important for energy in glucose metabolism, glycerol, fatty acids and amino acids;

Choline - necessary for the integrity of the cell membrane. Facilitates the movement of fat inside and outside the cells. Component of the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. It is necessary for the normal functioning of the brain. The human body synthesizes choline, but its additional intake in certain circumstances is considered essential. Participates in a number of functions, including phospholipids (cellular components);

Inositol - part of vitamin B complex. It is necessary for the proper formation of cell membranes, for the process of transmitting nerve impulses and helps transport fat in the body;

Alpha-lipoic acid - a vitamin-like substance containing sulfur. It plays an important role in the production of adenosine triphosphate. It acts as a powerful antioxidant. Protects against fat-soluble and water-soluble free radicals. Prolongs and improves the action of other antioxidants. Protects tissue glutathione homeostasis from oxidative stress resulting from exercise;

Coenzyme Q10 (Co Q10) is also known as ubiquinone. Natural substance and main component of mitochondria. Participates in the production of the energy molecule adenosine triphosphate. Its benefits are mainly energy production and its antioxidant action, which reduces lipid peroxidation and helps vitamin E to protect cell membranes and lipids such as cholesterol from oxidation. It plays an important role in the Krebs cycle, which is essential for energy production, aerobic capacity and muscle function. It has a beneficial effect on muscular dystrophy and myopathy;

Honey - a trace element of essential importance. It is needed for the absorption and use of iron. Along with zinc and manganese, superoxide dismutase (SOD), an antioxidant enzyme, is needed. Participates in the formation of the high-energy molecule adenosine triphosphate, necessary for the synthesis of certain hormones and collagen;

Manganese - works in many enzyme systems, including enzymes involved in controlling blood sugar, energy metabolism and thyroid hormone function. It acts mainly as a component of superoxide dismutase (SOD), an antioxidant enzyme that prevents the harmful effects of superoxide free radicals on the destruction of cellular components. It is known as a remedy for sprains, strains and inflammations. This is due to its ability to increase the level or activity of SOD, thus increasing antioxidant activity;

Boron - a trace element nutrient. Its additional intake increases the concentration of plasma steroid hormones. It is especially important for maintaining bone mineral density, as it plays an important role in the conversion of vitamin D into its active form;

Chromium - effective in cases of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemia. Directly related to insulin in facilitating the entry of glucose into cells. Insulin is blocked if there is no chromium and blood sugar levels rise. Chromium deficiency is common in non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (type 2 diabetes). Chromium picolinate increases fat loss and promotes the acquisition of dry muscle mass;

Vitamin D - maintains normal levels of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. By supporting the absorption of calcium, it contributes to the formation and maintenance of healthy bones. It works in conjunction with a number of other vitamins, minerals and hormones to support bone mineralization. Maintains a healthy immune system, regulates cell growth and differentiation. It is needed to maintain adequate levels of insulin in the blood. Vitamin D receptors have been found in the pancreas where insulin is made, and preliminary data suggest that supplementation with the vitamin may increase insulin secretion in some people with age-related type 2 diabetes;

Biotin - water-soluble vitamin B, acting as a coenzyme in the metabolism of fats, proteins and carbohydrates. It is necessary for cell growth, replication and elimination of the amino group in the metabolism of amino acids;

Folic acid - its key role in protecting the cardiovascular system is to regulate body concentrations of homocysteine, which mediates the conversion of the amino acid methionine to cystine. Lower folic acid intake increases homocysteine ​​levels, increasing the risk of hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis).
Iodine - a trace element needed in small quantities to maintain good health. In the body it is used to produce thyroxine and triiodothyroxine, which regulate the rate of metabolism. Iodine is added by the thyroid gland to the amino acid tyrosine to create the hormones secreted by it.
During intense training, significant amounts of iodine may be lost through sweating, depending on environmental factors such as temperature and humidity;

Vitamin B12 - a water-soluble vitamin necessary for the normal functioning of nerve cells, DNA replication and production of CAM (C-adenosyl-L-methionine) - a substance that affects mood. By interacting with folic acid and vitamin B6, they control homocysteine ​​levels;

Vitamin K - needed for proper bone formation and blood clotting, helping the body transport calcium;

Molybdenum - an essential mineral necessary for the proper functioning of certain processes dependent on enzymes, including iron metabolism. Molybdenum is a cofactor in three main enzymes: sulfite oxidase, xanthine oxidase and aldehyde oxidase.

Contents in 2 capsules:

Vitamin B5 (calcium pantothenate) - 200 mg;
Magnesium (citrate) - 25 mg;
Vitamin E (D-aplha tocopherol) - 67 mg;
Natural beta-carotene / carotenoid mix (D.Salina) providing:
Beta carotene 5 mg;
cryptoxanthin 39 mcg;
Alpha carotene 158 mcg;
zeaxanthin 32 mcg;
Lutein - 25 mcg;
Potassium (citrate) - 25 mg;
Mineral ascorbate complex:
Vitamin C - 65 mg;
Calcium - 12 mg;
Zinc - 5 mg;
Vitamin B3 (Nicotinamide) - 50 mg;
Green tea extract (30% polyphenols) - 50 mg;
Iron (bisglycinate) - 10 mg;
MCT (Medium Chain Triglycerides) - 50 mg;
Selenium (L-selenomethionine) - 200 mcg;
Amino acids:
L-Isoleucine - 33.3 mg;
L-Leucine - 33.3 mg;
L-Valine - 33.3 mg;
Vitamin B1 (thiamine HCl) - 20 mg;
Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine HCl) - 20 mg;
Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) - 20 mg;
Choline (bitartrate) - 8 mg;
Inositol - 20 mg;
Alpha lipoic acid - 20 mg;
Coenzyme Q10 (Co Q10) - 10 mg;
Manganese (citrate) - 1 mg;
Boron (sodium borate) - 500 mcg;
Honey (citrate) - 1 mg;
Chromium (picolinate) - 400 mcg;
Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol - vegan) - 1.25 mcg;
Biotin - 200 mcg;
Folacin (folic acid) - 200 mcg;
Iodine (potassium iodide) - 150 mcg;
Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin) - 100 mcg;
Vitamin K - 5 mcg;
Molybdenum (ammonium molybdate) - 50 mcg;
Vegetable cellulose capsule - 240 mg.
How to use: 2 capsules a day with food or as prescribed by a medical professional.

100% active ingredients
Free of gluten, lactose, yeast, added sugar, salt, artificial colors and preservatives.
Not tested on animals.

The product is suitable for vegans.

Packaging: 60 capsules



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