The irreplaceable role of minerals in cells

Magnesium is one of the main elements in cells. It plays an active role in many enzyme systems. It is known as an essential mineral for maintaining good health in the body. It is associated with the production of energy in cells. It plays an important role in the synthesis of amino acids and proteins, in lipid metabolism. The topical application of magnesium helps maintain balance in the skin.

Magnesium helps only small amounts of calcium to enter the cell, and as soon as it's done, it takes it out. This happens every millisecond in our bodies. But when this process goes wrong, then the effects of calcium-magnesium imbalance appear.

Symptoms can range from slight twitching to a muscle spasm (cramp).
Most studies show that any type of exercise reduces the amount of magnesium in the body. It is excreted with sweat, worn-out under stress, and is also needed in larger quantities for the timely neutralization of lactic acid.
Magnesium is the most important substance for athletes - it helps to improve endurance, prevent the accumulation of lactic acid and reduce recovery time.

The copper contained in the skin (supports the synthesis of keratin, which is one of the structure-determining proteins of the epidermis. It also supports the production of collagen, a structure-determining protein in the dermis. Copper deficiency leads to the disruption of intercellular connections. It also plays an important role in cells and especially in the fight against free radicals.

Zinc is needed for proper cell growth. The skin contains about 20% of zinc throughout the body. We often see a lack of internal intake of zinc through food. That is why it is important to add it through the skin.

Energy multimineral complex of Magnesium, Zinc and Copper - Sepitonic; TM - stimulates cell vitality and regular energy flow. Ideal for preventing traces of fatigue in the body skin supports cell metabolism and restores the vitality and freshness of the skin.

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