SynaVit
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SynaVit

21,90 €

Sporters hebben een verhoogde behoefte aan micronutriënten zoals vitaminen, mineralen en antioxidanten die van essentieel belang zijn bij verschillende fysiologische processen. Daarom ontwikkelde SynTech het product SynaVit.

SynaVit is een specifiek ontwikkeld multi nutriëntenpreparaat voor iedere atleet. De grote kracht van SynaVit is de synergetische werking tussen de verschillende nutriënten onderling.

SynaVit bevat alle noodzakelijke vitaminen en mineralen in de juiste hoeveelheden, en bevat grape seed, groene thee, co-enzym Q10. Kortom, alles om de hardwerkende atleet te voorzien in zijn dagelijkse behoefte. SynaVit is omwille van zijn samenstelling zowel geschikt voor mannen als vrouwen van alle leeftijden.

 

De sleutelkenmerken per dagelijkse serving (2 vcaps)

 

  • Synergetische multi nutriëntenmatrix passend bij een actieve levensstijl.
  • Dekt de dagelijkse behoefte van alle vitaminen en de voornaamste mineralen.
  • Draagt bij tot de normale functie van het immuunsysteem door zink, vitamine A, B6, B12 en Vitamine C.
  • Draagt bij tot de bescherming van cellen tegen oxidatieve stress door zink, vitamine B2 (Riboflavine), vitamine C en vitamine E.
  • Draagt bij tot de vermindering van vermoeidheid door magnesium, vitamine B2 (Riboflavine), vitamine B6, vitamine B12 en vitamine C.
  • Vitamine B12, B6, B8 (Biotine) en vitamine C dragen bij tot het normaal functioneren van het zenuwstelsel en tot de normale fysiologische functie.
  • Vitamine C draagt bij tot het onderhouden van het immuunsysteem tijdens en na intensieve fysieke oefeningen.
  • Met groene thee en druivenpitextract.
  • Bevat de atleetvriendelijke ingrediënten NAC, ALA en coënzym-Q10.
  • Geschikt voor mannen en vrouwen van alle leeftijden.

 

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Magnesiumoxide, Plantaardige Capsule (E464, E171), Vulstof (Microkristallijne Cellulose), Camellia Sinensis, Vitis Vinifera L., Ascorbinezuur, N-Acetyl-L-Cysteïne, Co-enzym Q10, Alfa-Liponzuur, D-Alfa-Tocoferol, Geleermiddel (Magnesiumstearaat), Zinkoxide, Selenomethionine, Nicotinamide, Piper Nigrum Extract, Biotine, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, D-Calciumpantothenaat, Vitamine A Acetaat, Cyanocobalamine, Cholecalciferol, Riboflavine, Thiamine Hydrochloride, Foliumzuur.

 

 

 

Ingrediënten

Per  2 caps

% RI

Vitamine A

800µg

100%

Vitamine B1

1,1mg

100%

Vitamine B2

1,4mg

100%

Vitamine B3

16mg

100%

Vitamine B5

6mg

100%

Vitamine B6

6mg

429%

Vitamine B9 (Foliumzuur)

200µg

100%

Vitamine B12

3µg

120%

Vitamine C

180mg

225%

Vitamine D

5µg

100%

Vitamine E

12mg

100%

Vitamine H (Biotine)

150µg

300%

Magnesium

375mg

100%

Seleen

105µg

191%

Zink

22,5mg

225%

N-Acetyl-L-Cysteïne

150mg

*

Co-enzyme Q10

100mg

*

Alfa-Liponzuur

100mg

*

Camellia Sinensis (Groene Thee)

200mg

*

Vitis Vinifera L. (Druivenpit)

200mg

*

Piper Nigrum ( Zwarte Peper)

10mg

*

RI  = Referentie Inname voor een gemiddelde volwassene

* = RI niet vastgesteld

 

 

 

 

 

Neem 1 capsule (= 1 serving) bij het ontbijt en 1 capsule bij het middagmaal.

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