VERWAY repower! focuses on the important mineral and activator - magnesium.
Magnesium is one of the most common minerals in the body. Magnesium is a cofactor of over 600 enzymes and is involved as an activator in at least 200 other biochemical processes in the human body.
Through this key function, magnesium influences every important metabolic and biochemical process. Magnesium is therefore of decisive importance for the initiation of regeneration throughout the daily routine.
The body has a stock of about 25 grams of magnesium.
The distrubution of magnesium in the body:
- Bones approx. 52%
- Musculature approx. 28%
- Soft tissue and Organs approx. 19%
- Blood serum 0.3% (0.75-1.1mM)
- Red Blood count 0.5%.
Magnesium has a decisive effect on our regeneration processes and on many additional factors.
If we consider how many areas of the body magnesium plays an important role, we can guess what effects it has if there is a deficiency in these areas.
The healthy balance means in the end:
- Healthy Bones
- Healthy musculature
- Healthy organs and tissues
- healthy blood
Here are some advantages that are mentioned again and again in literature:
"Increase in efficiency"
e.g. The body needs about 10-20% more magnesium during a workout.
Magnesium helps z.B. while "lactic acid" to dispose of, which accumulates during sports.
"Improvement of the stress hormone level"
"More energy! - Magnesium plays a key role in increasing energy production and promoting the activation of enzymes. "
"The optimisation of digestion can be promoted by magnesium, as the muscles of the digestive tract relax more."
"By regulating stress hormones. Magnesium has a relaxing and calming effect."
"Because magnesium is so valuable in many biochemical reactions, nerve impulse conduction can be improved. This, in turn, affects muscle contractions and heart rhythm, for example."
"Good for the heart with magnesium - There's a lot of magnesium in the heart. The healthy balance of magnesium with other minerals can promote healthy blood pressure and heart muscles."
"Headache - no thanks! The body is optimally supplied with magnesium. This can have an effect on many processes in the body, including headaches and migraines".
"Improved collagen production by magnesium - Collagen is contained in tissues such as the skin, tendons, ligaments, blood vessels, and intervertebral disc. Collagen, for example, improves the health of skin and hair. Magnesium can improve the production of the natural protein collagen."
"Magnesium is critical to improving the absorption of vitamins and minerals."