INGREDIENTS – NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION
Water, magnesium citrate, goji (Lycium barbarum L., fruit) juice concentrate stabilizer: glycerol; potassium citrate, flavourings, orange juice concentrate, lemon juice concentrate, acidificer: malic acid; preservative: potassium sorbate; sweetener: sucralose.
Take 2 vials (50 ml) once a day, pure or diluited with water. Shake well before usage
During intense physical activity and in the hot months of the year our body sweats, resulting in loss of water and minerals which can cause tiredness and fatigue, loss of lucidity, less transport of nutrients to tissue and loss of thermoregulation. In sports, the loss of minerals such as potassium and magnesium can reduce performance and cause symptoms such as nausea, muscle fatigue, muscle tremors, cramps and dehydration. In addition, prolonged physical effort increases the consumption of oxygen which is associated with the generation of free radicals, generating the oxidative stress.
LIQUID MGK + contains essential minerals in the form of citrates for the correct hydration and proper functioning of our body and an extract with antioxidant action, in particular:
goji juice, contains active molecules such as: polysaccharides, phenolic compounds, flavonoids, essential oils, vitamins including ascorbic acid and carotenoids. Goji juice increases the levels of endogenous antioxidants such as SOD, glutathione reductase, and glutathione (GSH) and recent studies have shown that on a sports level, it increases adaptability to training, improves endurance and the feeling of fatigue.
- magnesium is an essential mineral for the body involved in:
- energy processes (glycolysis and Krebs cycle)
- DNA and RNA synthesis
- muscle contraction
- acts as an enzymatic cofactor
- the regulation of membrane permeability and plays a fundamental role in the control of cellular excitability.
- during physical activity reduce oxygen consumption and improve cardio-respiratory functional parameters (heart rate, blood pressure and lung ventilation).
- potassium, an essential electrolyte of our body, involved in numerous metabolic functions including:
- nerve conduction: regulates membrane potential by, for example, ensuring adequate activity of excitable cells such as neurons or contractility of muscle cells
- muscle contraction
- acid-base balance
- carbohydrate metabolism: (promotes the synthesis of muscle glycogen)
- synthesis of protein
- contributes to maintaining the appropriate cellular osmolarity
- acts as a cofactor of many enzymes, especially those directly involved in carbohydrate catabolism
- has a key role in the conversion of glucose into glycogen (potassium deficiency reduces glycogen stores and therefore the energy available)