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Excellent sports nutrition from Switzerland

A healthy diet that provides athletes with the necessary nutrients and micronutrients is essential. When doing sports, be it as a hobby, or even more so in competitive sports, the body needs more nutrients and micronutrients. Optimal care is important for good performance, rapid regeneration and fewer injuries. With our high-quality dietary supplements, we want to support you on exactly this point. Our micronutrient recommendations are based on the experience of top athletes, athletic trainers, specialized doctors and sports scientists, including the renowned German professor Dr. Elmar Wienecke.

Sports nutrition

A healthy diet is the be-all and end-all for a fit body. Sports nutrition is always an important aspect when the sporting activities are to be supported by appropriate food.

What is sports nutrition?

Sports nutrition or sports nutrition are foods but also dietary supplements that are tailored to the needs of athletes. “Athletes” does not mean exclusively competitive athletes who need to rely on special nutrition to perform. Everyone else who participates in sports should also make sure that their nutrition matches their sports behavior in order to achieve maximum success.

First and foremost, sports nutrition is a balanced diet. Depending on the type of sport and intensity, it is recommended to adjust the daily energy intake so that between 55% to 60% carbohydrates are taken. 25% to 30% of the diet should be healthy fats and 10% to 15% of the diet should be protein.

To be able to achieve these values, the selection of foods must be done correctly. For example, oatmeal, dried fruit, legumes or nuts are foods that are excellent for athletes. But also many other foods that have as little sugar as possible, are pure in their composition and avoid additives such as flavor enhancers, preservatives and similar things are perfectly suitable.

Protein, creatine, zinc and proteins are also part of sports nutrition. Likewise, drinks that are as sugar-free as possible. In the end, the important thing is to eat a diet that is as versatile and energy-rich as possible. If this succeeds, muscle cramps are prevented and the desired goal of keeping the body healthy and toning, shaping but also building muscle is advanced with the right diet.

What is the function of nutrition for the body?

There is a saying that goes, “You are what you eat.”

This proverb carries an extreme amount of truth. For it shows exactly how diet affects our bodies and our health. Those who cook fresh, focus on healthy foods and also pay attention to trace elements and vitamins, minerals and similar things, show this with the help of their body stature alone. A healthy and sports-oriented diet always has a positive effect. Positive in the sense that with the right calorie intake there is little chance of getting overweight. A healthy diet ensures that bones, joints, muscles, but also the internal organs are strengthened and protected. This is important not only for athletes, but also for everyone else.

Anyone who eats an unhealthy diet feels flabby, has poor blood values and thus also shortens their life expectancy. Therefore, it is important that especially athletes, but also everyone else who wants to protect their health, seize the opportunity and create the Schulz about a good, balanced and needs-based diet. Because it is about more than simply creating a feeling of satiety. It is about adding sodium, potassium, carotene, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, calcium also healthy fats, proteins and finally also carbohydrates to the body, so that it draws from these foods and trace elements the strength, on the one hand to cope with the sporting activity, but on the other hand to strengthen, shape and keep the body healthy.

What can be done in addition to proper nutrition?

Sometimes it is not enough to eat exclusively healthy. Competitive athletes in particular need minerals, vitamins and trace elements that cannot be provided exclusively through food in sufficient quantity and quality. In such cases, it can make sense to rely on dietary supplements.

Here it is important that these are exactly matched to the requirements and, above all, that they are of high quality. It is not recommended to simply buy any tablets in the supermarket and consume them. It is important that the products are actually also tailored to the needs of the respective activities but also the users.

Thus, it is possible to provide the required magnesium through Magnesium Vida. Magnesium is important to prevent muscle cramps but also to support healthy muscle growth. Vitamin E, manganese and other trace elements are contained in MSM Vida, for example. A massage oil to be used after training is also provided by Fleximove Massage Oil in high quality. And those who need Omega 3 can easily take it with Omega-3 Vida.

In general, there are many different additional products that can be used individually and also combined, depending on your needs. For this, it must first be clarified what the body is lacking and where additional products may be necessary. Whether this is vitamin C, Q10, ginkgo, ginseng, zinc, vitamin D3 or other trace elements, vitamins and minerals, it does not matter here. The important thing is to choose the products that are currently needed for the athlete, but also for anyone else who is interested.

We recommend that you simply browse through the products for sports nutrition at your leisure. There are detailed descriptions that explain exactly which ingredients are included and what is done with them. In addition, customer testimonials are displayed, which already share their experience and thus possibly answer one or the other question. Likewise, studies and articles are linked, in which the dietary supplements are reported. Thus, it is possible to obtain additional information in order to make accurate decisions.