ATP Methyl Syner-B 60 caps
by ATP Lab
Methyl Syner-B is an innovative and comprehensive form of complex vitamin B supplement, designed to optimize methylation pathways and maximize the bioavailability of vitamin B.
- Complex B vitamins are a group of water-soluble vitamins that occur together in many food sources.
B vitamins act as essential coenzymes in the majority of enzymatic processes that dictate healthy cellular physiological function.
Vitamin B deficiencies are on the rise!
Even in developed countries, many people do not consistently get enough B vitamins in their diets. This is due to several environmental factors, including the prevalence of excessive industrial agriculture and soil degradation. Over-farming robs soils of the magnesium and trace elements essential for plants to produce B vitamins. To add insult to injury, the ingestion of processed foods, food allergies and intestinal disorders (which are on the rise) all promote clinical or subclinical B vitamin deficiencies.
Active lifestyle = Greater need for B vitamins
Research on supplements has emphasized over time the importance of B vitamins in exercise performance, which is primarily due to the involvement of B vitamins in energy production. In the general population, the body's needs for vitamins and minerals are met by a healthy, balanced diet. However, recent data suggest that despite the abundant calorie intake of North Americans, many still suffer from clinical and subclinical B vitamin deficiencies.
In athletes and the active lifestyle population, vitamin deficiencies occur for a variety of reasons. If you are active, here are seven reasons why you may have a B vitamin deficiency;
- You are on a strict diet with a small variety of foods. This is very common in athletes, especially during a competitive season
You are following a vegan or vegetarian diet
You are over 50 years old
You are training intensively or starting a new training program. Your body's metabolic pathways for energy production are pushed to their limits during intense training. As a result, your need for certain vitamins may increase
As your metabolism adapts to your training, your need for trace minerals tends to increase
Physical activity can lead to the elimination of micronutrients through sweat, urine and stool
Vitamin requirements increase with increased muscle mass