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Nutrigenomics: Vitamin D

Posted by Athletigen on Thu, Mar 21, 2019

Vitamin D is one of the most important micronutrients, and your body gets most of it from the sun! Your body needs vitamin D to absorb and use calcium to maintain your bones and teeth. Vitamin D is also required for proper muscle function, muscle growth, nervous system health and immune system health. Vitamin D helps boost the energy and muscle development of athletes. As you age, your body uses more vitamin D, so older individuals should actively monitor their vitamin D levels.

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Omega-3 Fatty Acid Metabolism and HDL-Cholesterol Levels

Posted by Athletigen on Wed, Mar 13, 2019

Omega-3 fatty acids play many important roles in your body and are an essential part of your cell’s health. Diets rich in omega-3 fatty acids promote healthy looking skin and can help reduce the signs of aging. Psoriasis, dermatitis and many other irritated skin conditions are frequently treated with omega-3 supplementation.

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Nutrigenomics: Vitamin C

Posted by Athletigen on Tue, Mar 05, 2019

Vitamin C plays many important roles in your body and can directly impact your athletic performance. In addition to helping protect your cells from free-radicals and playing a central role in the building of collagen, vitamin C supports the metabolism of vitamin E and iron. Vitamin C also helps reduce the respiratory discomfort associated with working out in cool temperatures.

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Nutrigenomics: Vitamin B12

Posted by Athletigen on Sat, Feb 23, 2019

Vitamin B12 is a water-soluble micronutrient that plays an important role in many aspects of your health and athletic performance. These include the production of red blood cells, mitochondrial efficiency and cellular energy, DNA replication, maintaining the health of your nervous system as you age, and the metabolism of sugars, carbohydrates and fats.

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Nutrigenomics: Macronutrients and your DNA

Posted by Athletigen on Wed, Feb 13, 2019

Macronutrients, most often referred to as ‘macros’ in the fitness community, have always been an important part of every person’s diet, but have emerged as a popular discussion over the past several years.

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