Are You Deficient In These Minerals And Still Trying To Workout?

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Learn how to recover essential minerals that are lost during exercise or routines...
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Recover essential minerals

Did you know that for every litre of sweat you lose is an average of 2.7 to 3 g of mineral salts, most of which are mostly sodium and potassium, so let’s dig and see what the essential minerals that your body needs.

Did you know that for every litre of sweat you lose is an average of 2.7 to 3 g of mineral salts, most of which are mostly sodium and potassium, so let’s dig and see what the essential minerals that your body needs.

But with the loss of sweat, the magnesium is also lost and its lack can cause cramps. The reason for this is because magnesium is involved in the transmission of nerve impulses.

When performing the prolonged exercise as for instance in the half-marathon runners, it has been found when analysis has been performed, very low levels of magnesium.

Another mineral is Chromium whose function is to regulate the amount of glucose stored in tissues and participate in the metabolism of the hydrocarbons. Therefore your contribution is also necessary and important when performing high-performance sports.

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Essential Minerals and their Functions

Minerals Are Fundamental In Our Organism
The minerals are obtained mainly through fruits and vegetables, and if they ecological the better, they contain more minerals, they take the minerals from the subsoil in inorganic form and convert them into an organic form, so they can be absorbed by us.

The minerals are obtained mainly through fruits and vegetables, and if they ecological the better, they contain more minerals, they take the minerals from the subsoil in inorganic form and convert them into an organic form, so they can be absorbed by us.

Some vital functions where minerals are present:
Body tissues and organs. Teeth are a good example. (Silicon, calcium, phosphorus, magnesium, and fluorine.)

It maintains the internal PH in equilibrium at 7.3 pHs. and as well as the blood pressure.

We must remember that not only comes a physical decline (a sign of lack of minerals) to make a great effort doing sport. Being simply on the beach sunbathing the mineral expense can be very high, hence, fatigue in humid and hot areas.

The solution is very simple: you just have to take pure sea salt or from the Himalayas or better yet a marine coral powder with a good glass of water.

When performing exercise we must pay attention to replace the 6 essential minerals for athletes:

Calcium

It is a key mineral in the process of muscle contraction and relaxation.
This mineral is present in all muscles and connective tissues.

It is also combined with magnesium and potassium for a good circulatory system.
It acts as a chemical transmitter in nerve impulses.

You can find it: in the vegetable world, it is in large quantities in vegetables and nuts.

Sodium

Its excess in the organism generates the rise of the pressure in the arteries (hypertension). It also creates fluid retention.
However, the lack of sodium leads to vomiting, nausea, cramps, headache, and visual discomfort.

It is essential when making a correct distribution of water in the body.

You can find it: this mineral is present in a “food city” with junk food or garbage.

Potassium

Its deficiency causes fatigue, weakness, and muscle pain.
They also are transmitting cells of nerve impulses.
When performing intense exercise, at the point of maximum sweating, the aforementioned imbalances can occur.

Water regulator in the body and heart contractions.

Definitely potassium is part of the essential minerals that your boy needs.

You can get it from vegetables like broccoli and fruits like banana or avocado.

Phosphorus

You can find high quantities of phosphorus in the bones.
It is an essential member of the cells’ membranes and nervous tissues.

Blood is always related to calcium.
Present for consumption in nuts, soy, egg yolk… etc..

Magnesium

An important component in the bone structure.
Necessary for the absorption of calcium.

It relaxes the nervous system and acts on the functioning of the heart and muscles to relax them (calcium contracts it).

You can find: in almonds, nuts, cereals, bananas, legumes… etc.

Iron

Its deficit causes anaemia.

Synthesise hemoglobin.
Transport of oxygen from the lungs to red blood cells for delivery to muscles and organs.

It is found in Vitamin B.

Zinc

Insulin formation Very important at the time of exercising.
It acts on the metabolism of proteins.

Source of zinc: eggs and in the beer bran.

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