There are those who are waiting for the arrival of summer to devote themselves totally to their favorite sport. Whether you are in the mountains, by the sea or in the city, there are many activities that can be practiced.
The mountain is the ideal place to recharge gradually with beautiful walks or more complex excursions. Blue sky, green meadows, flowers, woods, springs, lakes and much more represent a unique opportunity to get closer to nature, especially if you spend the rest of the year in the city.
The sports that can be played in the mountains are very energetic but also full of tranquility. Immersing yourself in the green rests your mind and also facilitates sleep.
The sea is the ideal place to fill up with sun and iodine. In fact, sea water helps the respiratory tract and is a true natural disinfectant. Playing beach volleyball, zumba or water gymnastics stimulates circulation, joints and improves mood. Even for the lazy ones who only try their hand at short walks along the seafront, it is easy to benefit from the positive effects of contact with nature.
The sea is good for the skin (water acts as a natural scrub), bones, mood, but not only: against allergies and asthma, the sea air is a natural aerosol, as it facilitates the intake of salts minerals of indisputable importance such as magnesium, potassium, sodium and zinc.
Did you know?
By doing sports especially in high temperatures, the body gets tired earlier, one feels weak and without energy and above all one tends to sweat more. This leakage of liquids also brings with it the loss of mineral salts, including magnesium and potassium. The consequence is that we feel tired and exhausted even when we carry out the most mundane daily activities.
- MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE is able to counteract any deficiency of Magnesium. In fact, thanks to its composition it is able to reach the intestine, where the mineral is released gradually and assimilated more easily. VITAMIN B6 allows greater assimilation of Magnesium Chloride and helps to transform food into energy, making the proteins contained in food available to the body. It also supports the well-being and functionality of the muscles and nervous system.
- Potassium arises from the chemical combination of potassium and glucose, and is the same form found in food and therefore more assimilable. Potassium is found in large quantities in cooked foods such as white or red beans, baked potatoes, lentils or split peas. It is also found in cod, yellowfin tuna, salmon, pumpkins, artichokes or natural yoghurt to name a few.