If you’ve mastered healthy eating, proper hydration and you’re working the protein window you’re only missing one thing to boost your athletic performance—the perfect supplement of micronutrients.
It may not seem like a high priority – taking supplements – but when you add the right vitamins, minerals, and special bio-actives to your daily regimen, you can take your game to the next level.
The Ageless Essentials Daily Pack combines all of the vitamins, minerals, fish-derived essential omega-3 fatty acids, bioactives like resveratrol, and antioxidants including CoQ10 that you need to feel your best.
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So, how will this product boost your athletic performance?
Isagensis for Antioxidants and Telomere Support
Isagenesis is a proprietary, scientifically advanced formula of antioxidants for protecting telomeres by supporting antioxidant enzyme defense systems. It contains a full spectrum of natural bioactive antioxidants to help protect against harmful free radicals that can accelerate aging and contribute to poor health.
It targets the sources of accelerated aging, such as oxidative stress and helps maintain harmonious function of cells and healthy telomeres.
Fish-Derived Omega-3 Fatty Acids for Improved Muscle Function
Besides their more well-known, heart-health benefits, fish-derived omega-3 fatty acids have been found to improve muscle function when 2 grams daily were combined with a strength training regimen. (1)
B Vitamins for Energy Production
B vitamins are absolutely essential for energy production necessary for everyday life and athletic performance. Folic acid and vitamin B12, are needed to make red blood cells, for protein synthesis and tissue repair.
Finally, adequate folate intake has shown to support the immune response after exercise. (2)
Electrolytes for Hydration Regulation
When you sweat, you release essential electrolytes and fluid.
Supplementing your sodium and potassium intake as you hydrate will help your body regulate water balance, promoting performance and recovery.
Vitamin C to Enhance Exercise
Besides the benefits of quenching free radicals and supporting healthy tissue repair, vitamin C also acts as an exercise-enhancing (or ergogenic) aid. A study conducted at Arizona State University found that subjects supplementing with vitamin C had an easier time performing exercise when compared to the placebo group. (3)
Calcium for Cell Communication
Without enough calcium in your diet, your body will take calcium from your bones to supplement your blood. Insufficient calcium intake leads to poor bone health and affects nerves and muscles, potentially leading to weakness, muscle spasms, and muscle pain – things no athlete looks forward to.
(1) Rodacki CL, Rodacki AL, Pereira G et al. Fish-oil supplementation enhances the effects of strength training in elderly women. Am J Clin Nutr 2012.
(2) Gravina L, Ruiz F, Diaz E et al. Influence of nutrient intake on antioxidant capacity, muscle damage and white blood cell count in female soccer players. J Int Soc Sports Nutr 2012;9:32.
(3) Huck CJ, Johnston CS, Beezhold BL, Swan PD. Vitamin C status and perception of effort during exercise in obese adults adhering to a calorie-reduced diet. Nutrition 2012.