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Nutri+ Sports Essentials

Nutri+ Sports Essentials

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Vitamin supplement for fitness and competitive athletes

Dosage: 2 capsules per day - 60 day pack (2 months)

Contains: 10 vitamins & 5 minerals, including magnesium

Optimizing sports performance with nutrition

Exercise and nutrition go hand in hand

You achieve the best results in sports by ensuring the right nutritional intake. The best possible intake of nutrients is a decisive factor in terms of muscle strength, endurance and speed and at least as important as the training itself. Both recreational and competitive athletes have an increased need for certain vitamins and minerals due to their regular exercise. By fulfilling this additional requirement, optimal performance can be ensured and the body's recovery and resistance can be promoted in the best possible way. Nutri-Plus Sport Essentials has been specially developed for these special needs.

Nutri-Plus Sport Essentials - the main ingredients and their effects:

  • L-Leucine: L-leucine is a branched-chain essential amino acid (BCAA) that the body needs for protein production. According to many studies, leucine is the initiator of muscle protein synthesis. Since leucine is mainly found in dairy products, especially vegan athletes should pay special attention to this amino acid.

  • Calcium + vitamin D: Calcium is the main building block of our bones. In a state of deficiency (such as when profuse sweating occurs), the body uses its own stores - bones. This can lead to bone loss. Calcium promotes normal energy metabolism. Vitamin D promotes the absorption of calcium from food and the incorporation of calcium into the bones. Especially in the cold season, the body's own production of vitamin D is often insufficient.

  • Magnesium: Without magnesium, the body would not be able to move a single muscle. It is necessary for muscle contraction and an important part of our bones. Magnesium is excreted in sweat, which can lead to muscle cramps during physical activity. Athletes must therefore always ensure adequate magnesium intake. Magnesium promotes normal energy metabolism and muscle function.

  • Vitamin E: Vitamin E (tocopherol) is an essential nutrient that the body cannot produce on its own. It protects the unsaturated fatty acids in the cell walls from free radical attacks and thus prevents cell damage. It can also regenerate used vitamin C to its original form. More free radicals are formed during sports. Athletes therefore need to make sure they get enough vitamin E. Vitamin E helps protect cells from oxidative stress.

  • Vitamin C: Vitamin C is a natural, essential antioxidant that cleans free radicals and renders them harmless. It is especially effective when combined with vitamin E. Since the increased metabolism during sports produces more free radicals, athletes must ensure an adequate intake of vitamin C. Vitamin C promotes the normal functioning of the immune system during and after intense physical exercise.

  • Iron: Iron is responsible for the formation of red blood cells and oxygen transport as part of hemoglobin. Because iron is lost through sweat, athletes have an increased need for this mineral. Iron promotes the normal formation of red blood cells and hemoglobin, as well as the normal transport of oxygen in the body.

  • Vitamin B complex

    The vitamin B complex comprises eight vitamins that play a central role in most metabolic processes. Folic acid and vitamin B12 are necessary for the formation of red blood cells, while pantothenic acid is involved in the breakdown of fatty acids and the synthesis of proteins. B vitamins promote normal energy metabolism, while vitamin B6 promotes normal protein and glycogen metabolism.

    Already in ancient Rome, a healthy mind was associated with a healthy body. Even today, it is undeniable that exercise is an essential part of a healthy life. Regular exercise is one of the most effective ways to promote health, well-being and performance. Exercise strengthens not only the cardiovascular system and bones, but also the immune system and blood vessels. It helps prevent diseases such as diabetes or high blood pressure and even increases mental performance. In addition, exercise contributes to the reduction of stress, so it is good not only for the body and mind but also for the spirit.

    In order to maximize the positive effects of exercise, it is important not to exercise beyond your limits and to give the body enough recovery time. Only if the body gets enough time to recover and replenish its stores, it can perform at its best. Those who often push themselves to the limit in recreational or competitive sports should ensure optimal energy and nutrient intake to promote endurance, strength, muscle regeneration and muscle development. As the load increases and the related energy demand increases, athletes should take care of an adequate intake of B1, B2 and niacin vitamins, as they participate in the body's energy metabolism. During training, free radicals are formed in the metabolism, which is why it is necessary to ensure a sufficient intake of vitamins C and E. These vitamins belong to antioxidants that make free radicals harmless. In addition to vitamins, it is also important to take care of an adequate intake of minerals and trace elements, because they are removed even more through sweating. For example, about 70 mg of calcium and 10 mg of magnesium and trace elements such as iron and zinc are removed from a liter of sweat. These substances should be replaced after exercise to achieve an optimal exercise effect. For example, calcium and magnesium are essential for proper muscle and nerve function. Typical symptoms of too little magnesium intake are muscle cramps. Insufficient iron intake - as a part of oxygen-carrying hemoglobin - can also impair physical performance. DGE report (sports and nutrition): "The daily need for some vitamins, minerals and trace elements (beta-carotene, vitamins C and E, vitamin B complex, magnesium, zinc, iron) is increased in athletes because, on the other hand, they are excreted more in sweat, urine and possibly with the feces, and on the other hand, they are needed more due to the increase in the formation of free radicals."

    This product should not be used as a substitute for a balanced and varied diet. Take care of a healthy lifestyle. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store in a dry and cool place, protected from the sun and out of reach of children. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should consult a doctor before using supplements


    • Magnesium carbonate
    • Calcium carbonate
    • Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose (capsule shell)
    • Iron bisglyconate
    • L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C)
    • DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate (vitamin E)
    • Nicotinamide (vitamin B3)
    • Calcium D-pantothenate (vitamin B5)
    • Zinc oxide
    • Retinyl Acetate (Vitamin A)
    • Riboflavin 5'-phosphate (vitamin B2)
    • Pyridoxine hydrochloride (vitamin B6)
    • Thiamine polynitrate (vitamin B1)
    • Chromium(III) chloride hexahydrate
    • Cholecalciferol (vitamin D)
    • Methylcobalamin (vitamin B12)

    Nutritional values

    Nutrients Per capsule Per daily dose (2 capsules) NRV%* NRV%*
    vitamin C 40 mg 80 mg 100 100
    Vitamin B1 1.1 mg 2.2 mg 100 200
    Vitamin B2 1.4 mg 2.8 mg 100 200
    Vitamin B12 2.5 µg 5.0 µg 100 200
    Vitamin B6 1.4 mg 2.8 mg 100 200
    Vitamin A 400 µg 800 µg 50 100
    Vitamin E 12 mg 24 mg 100 200
    Niacin (vitamin B3) 16 mg 32 mg 100 200
    Pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) 6.0 mg 12 mg 100 200
    Vitamin D 5.0 µg 10 µg 100 200
    Calcium 100 mg 200 mg 13 25
    Magnesium 94 mg 188 mg 25 50
    Iron 7.0 mg 14 mg 50 100
    Zinc 5.0 mg 10 mg 50 100
    Chrome 10 µg 20 µg 25 50

    *NRV = Nutrient Reference Value (Nutrient Reference Values ​​= Recommended Daily Intake)

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