We know that regularly exercising or playing sports at an optimal performance level is important to you.
However, did you know that the more you exercise, the more your glutathione production mechanisms are challenged to keep up with demand?
In this blog post, we will take you through how Continual-G® is an essential element for your sports recovery and why.
Decreased Levels of Glutathione
As we have kicked off this blog with an important reference to our glutathione reserves struggling to keep up with demand when we exercise or play sports, we thought it would be useful to provide an overview of what glutathione is for context.
Known as the master antioxidant, glutathione is responsible for protecting your body against oxidative stress and your overall health and well-being. It’s your body’s armour, its first line of defence for ensuring that you feel your best and can live like you mean it.
For more information on glutathione, be sure to check out our blog post here.
Continual-G® for Sports Recovery
We all know that moving our bodies daily in some form or another is an important part of living a healthy lifestyle.
However, as we have mentioned above, when we stress our bodies through extreme exercise or playing sports, we rapidly use up our glutathione reserves. If our stores of glutathione run too low it can cause all sorts of health problems, including our capacity to benefit from and recover from exercise. Not to mention the ability to maintain peak optimal performance.
By taking Continual-G® on a regular basis, and specifically before working out, you can rest assured that you’re quipping your body with the protection it needs. Our supplements will increase your cellular glutathione levels after a single dose thanks to the powerful ingredient Glyteine.
Ready to work out with confidence? Shop Continual-G® here.
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