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SALTS

MADE WITH PROBIOTICS AND WITH PYCNOGENOL®.

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MADE WITH PROBIOTICS AND WITH PYCNOGENOL®

THE EASIEST AND QUICKEST WAY TO REPLACE THE SALTS WE LOSE DURING EXERCISE

FOOD SUPPLEMENT. When doing sport, the body needs an extra supply of vitamins, proteins, carbohydrates and adequate hydration to cope with physical activity. This hydration is not just drinking water, because sports with a higher intensity require extra hydration to recover the minerals that the body discards through sweating. The loss of mineral salts affects muscle contraction, causing muscle cramps.

BENEFITS 

Recover loss of electrolytes during the exercise.

Reduces the risk of injury.

Generates optimal energy.

Prevents a drop in performance as a result of dehydration during exercise.

Helps prevent cramps.

Delays fatigue

Helps proper functioning of the cardiovascular system.

Reduces the gastrointestinal discomfort typical of the athlete.

 

PROVIDES 

Sodium and potassium are the salts that our organism uses in greater quantity during exercise and together with potassium they regulate muscular contractions. In the right doses, they prevent muscle cramps.

Pycnogenol® is a powerful antioxidant that promotes an increase in athletic endurance and a decrease in muscle fatigue.

Probiotics with positive properties for the absorption of sodium and other nutrients, along with digestive comfort.

Magnesium and calcium to boost muscle performance and delay fatigue.

Vitamins D and B6, which help to reduce fatigue.

RECOMMENDED DAILY DOSE

During physical exercise take one capsule every hour, up to a maximum of four. Take with plenty of water.

CONTRIBUTION OF ASSETS

PER CAPSULE

Sodium

228 mg

Potassium

80 mg

Magnesium

21,25 mg

Calcium

30 mg

L. Acidophilus

20 mg

Pycnogenol

5 mg

Vitamin D

5 μg

Vitamin B6

1,4 mg

 

CONTRIBUTION OF ASSETS

PER DAILY DOSE (4 capsules) (%NRV)

Sodium

912 mg

Potassium

320 mg (16%)

Magnesium

85 mg (23%)

Calcium

120 mg (15%)

L. Acidophilus

80 mg

Pycnogenol

20 mg

Vitamin D

20 μg (400%)

Vitamin B6

5,6 mg (400%)

Bibliographic references:

  • Clancy, R. L., Gleeson, M., Cox, A., Callister, R., Dorrington, M., D'Este, C., Pang, G., Pyne, D., Fricker, P. and Henriksson, A. (2006). Reversal in fatigued athletes of a defect in interferon gamma secretion after administration of Lactobacillus acidophilus. Br J Sports Med 40, 351-4. 
  • Pugh J.N., Sparks A.S., Doran D.A., Fleming S.C., Langan-Evans C., Kirk B., Fearn R., Morton J.P. and Close G.L. (2019). Four weeks of probiotic supplementation reduces GI symptoms during a marathon race. Eur J Appl Physiol. 119 (7): 1491-1501.
  • Salarkia, N., Ghadamli, L., Zaeri, F. and Sabaghian Rad, L. (2013). Effects of probiotic yogurt on performance, respiratory and digestive systems of young adult female endurance swimmers: a randomized controlled trial. Med J Islam Repub Iran 27, 141-6.
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  • Documento de Consenso de la Federación Española de Medicina del Deporte http://femede.es/documentos/Consenso%20hidratacion.pdf
  • García Caicoya, A.M.. (2003). Efectos del bicarbonato sódico sobre la acidosis láctica y el rendimiento en pruebas sucesivas de 300 m. Revista Internacional de Medicina y Ciencias de la Actividad Física y el Deporte vol. 3 (10) pp. 112-124 http://cdeporte.rediris.es/revista/revista10/artbicarbonato.htm
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  • Calder, P.C., Lin dley, M.R., Burke, L.M., Stear, S.J. y Castell, L.M. (2016) / Revisiones BJSM: A-Z de los suplementos nutricionales: Suplementos dietarios, alimentos para la nutrición deportiva y ayudas ergogénicas para la salud y el rendimiento: Parte 14. PubliCE Premium.  

Product Details

GROUP
SUPPLEMENTS
FLAVOUR
NEUTRAL
CONTAINER FORMAT
JAR
PRODUCT FORMAT
CAPSULES
BRAND
POWERGYM
GOAL
ENDURANCE
HYDRATION
PERFORMANCE
RECOVERY
MOMENT
AFTER
BEFORE
DURING
SPORT
CYCLING
MOUNTAIN
RACKET SPORTS
RUNNING / TRAIL
SWIMMING
TEAM SPORTS / INTERVALIC WORKOUTS
TRIATHLON
PRODUCT TYPE
SALES MINERALES
DIET TYPE
GLUTEN FREE
GMO FREE
SUGAR FREE
VEGETARIAN

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